Mapping Cloud Nine by Steven Kotler audiobook

Mapping Cloud Nine: Neuroscience, Flow, and the Upper Possibility Space of Human Experience

By Steven Kotler

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    Available on 11/05/2019

    ISBN: 9781683643845

What are the upper limits of human potential? At the intersection of flow states, mystical experiences, peak performance, and psychedelics lies a mysterious space of possibility. In Mapping Cloud Nine, bestselling author and award-winning journalist Steven Kotler takes us on a heady thrill ride through the history of human potential—and how what we’ve learned so far might unlock even greater levels of creativity, performance, and meaning in our lives. From Nietzsche to now—a tour of human consciousness In this 7-part audio program, Kotler bridges science and spirituality to explore how our understanding of peak experiences has evolved over time—from early inquiries into altered and mystical states; to the birth of positive psychology and research on high performers; to pioneering studies on meditation and near death experiences; and into current explorations of psychedelics, flow states, and technological breakthroughs. A brilliant synthesizer and gifted storyteller, Kotler paints a compelling portrait of our greatest human potential, inspiring us to leverage this growing body of research and step into new realms of possibility. HIGHLIGHTS - The evolutionary impulse for altered states of mind—psychedelics throughout time - The neurobiology of flow states, mystical experiences, and hallucinations - The spiritual path and the high-performance path—are they one and the same? - Altered states lead to altered traits—the next wave of consciousness hacking - Why bridging the gap between science and spirituality leads to even greater breakthroughs - How you can leverage flow states for a more meaningful—and interesting—life

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What are the upper limits of human potential?
At the intersection of flow states, mystical experiences, peak performance, and psychedelics lies a mysterious space of possibility. In Mapping Cloud Nine, bestselling author and award-winning journalist Steven Kotler takes us on a heady thrill ride through the history of human potential—and how what we’ve learned so far might unlock even greater levels of creativity, performance, and meaning in our lives.
From Nietzsche to now—a tour of human consciousness
In this 7-part audio program, Kotler bridges science and spirituality to explore how our understanding of peak experiences has evolved over time—from early inquiries into altered and mystical states; to the birth of positive psychology and research on high performers; to pioneering studies on meditation and near death experiences; and into current explorations of psychedelics, flow states, and technological breakthroughs.
A brilliant synthesizer and gifted storyteller, Kotler paints a compelling portrait of our greatest human potential, inspiring us to leverage this growing body of research and step into new realms of possibility.


HIGHLIGHTS
- The evolutionary impulse for altered states of mind—psychedelics throughout time
- The neurobiology of flow states, mystical experiences, and hallucinations
- The spiritual path and the high-performance path—are they one and the same?
- Altered states lead to altered traits—the next wave of consciousness hacking
- Why bridging the gap between science and spirituality leads to even greater breakthroughs
- How you can leverage flow states for a more meaningful—and interesting—life

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Author Bio: Steven Kotler

Author Bio: Steven Kotler

Steven Kotler is an award-winning journalist and the co-author of the New York Times bestseller Abundance. His nonfiction work West of Jesus was a 2006 PEN West finalist. His work has appeared in the New York Times Magazine, GQ, Wired, Discover, Popular Science, Details, Outside, National Geographic, and elsewhere. He also writes “The Playing Field,” a blog about the science of sport, for PsychologyToday.com. He runs the Rancho de Chihuahua dog sanctuary with his wife in New Mexico.

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Available Formats : CD
Category: Nonfiction/Self-Help
Audience: Adult
Language: English