Author Bonnie Wright-Miller’s new book “The Apple Pantry: Suggestive Imaging Series Book 3” is a detailed description of how mirror cells assist with suggestive imaging

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Recent release “The Apple Pantry: Suggestive Imaging Series Book 3” from Page Publishing author Bonnie Wright-Miller is a scientifically based analysis of the role mirror cells play in suggestive imaging, using coffee and tea as an anchor for the reader to ground the science in their everyday reality.

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Bonnie Wright-Miller, a Massachusetts denizen pursuing a career in brain healing and stroke recovery in the Boston area, has completed her new book “The Apple Pantry: Suggestive Imaging Series Book 3”: a gripping and potent analysis of mirror cells in relation to real-life application.

Published by Page Publishing, Bonnie Wright-Miller’s captivating book requires the reader to know whether they like the coffee, tea, and other items bought at the store. Coffee and tea are used as examples to show the reader how to approve of an image of what the jar looks like and see that it is clean and dry. This will allow the reader to lift the jar with their hand and know that they are placing an item that they like in the shelf. Then, the reader will be able to form a memory of how the jar looks on the shelf.

Readers who wish to experience this informative work can purchase “The Apple Pantry: Suggestive Imaging Series Book 3” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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