I’m very excited to share with you some great behind-the-scenes videos put together by our team to give you a deeper look at my new book, MIND: A Journey to the Heart of Being Human.
This new course, launching on July 14 — and only available for a limited time — focuses on how making sense of our experiences and relationships shapes the way we interact with others and the world around us. Cultivating presence can help support important changes in neural structure that lead to integration, balance, happiness, and more rewarding and deeply connected relationships.
We asked, and you answered — our first “companion course” is for Dan’s New York Times best-seller Brainstorm!
This course is titled Brainstorm Intensive: A Practical Understanding for Keeping the Adolescent Brain in Mind. It is now available for pre-registration and the course officially launches on Tuesday, August 2.
With the U.S. presidential primaries just around the corner, it becomes essential for each of us to consider what mindsight skills the candidates exhibit for the benefit of not only those in the United States, but for those around the world. Mindsight is the ability to perceive the mind, and this includes three facets: insight, empathy and integration. Continue reading
Many leaders think the best way to make a decision is to focus on the logical, reasoning part of their minds. Actually, what neuroscience tells us is that there’s more to our brain than the gray matter that rests between our ears. Other parts of our body do essential work processing information. And, the best leaders know how to analyze and use that information. Continue reading
Recently, the Blue School, which I am involved with as an Advisory Board member, was named as one of Tech Insider’s 13 Most Innovative Schools in the world!
Imagine immersing yourself in a systematic exploration of the nature of mind that gives you a new way to experience life. And then consider that you can “integrate consciousness” at the same time as you are diving deeply into a new way to knowing your mental world. But how do you integrate consciousness? What could be differentiated in our experience of being aware? And how can we then link those elements of consciousness to one another? Continue reading
This is the third installment in our brain basics blog. Let’s dive a bit more into structure today and get used to some fundamental parts, their names, and their functions. Remember, knowing the parts will enable you to link them together more effectively to create the integration that is the basis of well-being. Continue reading
This is the second of a series on Interpersonal Neurobiology: Relationships, Health, and the Brain.
Using knowledge to link differentiated functions can change life for the better.