You can access the distribution details by navigating to My Print Books(POD) > Distribution
Most of us are aware of mind-body links and how one impacts on the other and particularly so, when it comes to our health. A hundred years ago, new psychological theories could only speculate and surmise but today's advanced medical knowledge means these connections can be demonstrated with scientific evidence.
But this scientific proof still perceives two elements - the mind and the body which ignores the elaborate complexity within our minds.
Yet the reality is simple.
Your mind is the place where your thoughts, feelings and memories exist, but it isn't a place where you are always in control, because the mind is a creature of habit, and your past thoughts and experiences effect how your mind works. So you can have a Positive Mind where you are self confident and think positively about life. You can have a Troubled Mind where anxiety, depression, stress and worry lurk. Your mind can make you prey to your Emotions, where anger, guilt or jealousy can take over your life.
There are many theories of the mind and its function. The earliest recorded works on the mind are by Zarathushtra, the Buddha, Plato, Aristotle, Adi Shankara and other ancient Greek, Indian and Islamic philosophers. Pre-scientific theories, based in theology, concentrated on the relationship between the mind and the soul, the supernatural, divine or god-given essence of the person. Modern theories, based on scientific understanding of the brain, theorize that the mind is a product of the brain and has both conscious and unconscious aspects.