Tag Archives: Neuroscience
My nomadic journey has been founded upon the intentions of being involved in meaningful work, following where life is calling me and of trusting that if I give of my gifts freely I will receive whatever I need to sustain … Continue reading
A WNYC interview with Richie Davidson and Sharon Begely on their new book, The Emotional Life of Your Brain: How Its Unique Patterns Affect the Way You Think, Feel, and Live–and How You Can Change Them.
These six elements comprise emotional … Continue reading
I really appreciate Rick Hanson’s perspectives. He combines a practitioner’s experience of meditation practice with a scientist’s understanding in neuroscience and what he comes out with sounds like advise that my mother gave me when I was a kid. The … Continue reading
One of the new concepts that I have been learning in my Interpersonal Neurobiology program is neuroception, a relatively recent discovery of how the brain assesses threat. I was so excited by the information I gained from an article by … Continue reading
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