Showing posts from January, 2018

The Headspace Guide to MEDITATION and MINDFULNESS By Andy Puddicombe >> Book review

Title The Headspace Guide to MEDITATION and MINDFULNESS
Genre Non-Fiction, Psychology, Mindfulness, Neuroplasticity, Meditation
Author Andy Puddicombe >> Andy is a clinical Mindfulness practitioner. He also happens to be a former Buddhist monk who spent his time learning and practicing mindfulness and meditation in numerous monasteries across the world. 
Publisher Hodder & Stoughton

Thinking, Fast and Slow By Daniel Kahneman >> Book review and free preview

Title Thinking, Fast and Slow 
Rating Green
Genre Non-Fiction, Psychology, Business, Self-help, Cognitive Psychology, Neuropsychology, Behavioral Economics
Author Daniel Kahneman
Publisher Farrar, Straus and Giroux (FSG)

Unthinkable >> 30s review

Steven Arthur Younger (Michael Sheen) is a terrorist who has planted nuclear bombs in three places. The investigation agencies have been unable to get anything out of him. So they call in their secret weapon 'H' (Samuel L. Jackson) - the master interrogator.

Will he be able to get the locations in time to save the lives of millions of innocent people?

Rating: Green - an excellent movie with great acting, amazing story and unforeseen twists. A must watch for sure.
Don't miss the trailer >>

Good Will Hunting >>> 30s review

Will(Matt Damon) is a janitor in MIT. He is also a mathematical genius - and, one without any formal training whatsoever. Lambeau (Stellan Skarsgård) is a mathematics professor who discovers his talent and sees him placed with the big names such as Einstein and Salk.

However, there's a glitch. Due to a disturbed childhood Will has closed himself to the world and he has absolutely no interest in Lambeau's vision. In comes Sean (Robin Williams), a psychologist, who helps Will open up as a person, believe in himself and acknowledge what he truly wants.

Rating: Green - for a great story, and even better performances. A must watch for sure.
Don't miss the trailer >>