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What is a Healthy Mind? Daniel Siegel

Daniel Siegel introduces the Wheel of Awareness, a representation of the structure of mind. Research has shown that using this tool as a mindfulness practice has helped thousands to integrate mental activities, such as feelings, thoughts…

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Reclaiming Emotion: Zhen Dao

In a passionate presentation in praise of emotion, Zhen Dao offers a reframe of the traditional dichotomy between feelings and the spiritual. Zhen points to the loss of emotional vocabulary in the everyday world, and suggests…

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Healing Collective Trauma: a video with Thomas Huebl

Thomas Huebl’s work explores and supports our quest for greater awareness, and in particular the implications of collective trauma for the development of our individual lives and for humanity in general. In this talk from SAND18…

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If Thoughts and Feelings Could Speak

I remember the moment the teaching to “see” rather than ignore thoughts and feelings became real for me. It was during a car ride. Before that moment, whenever thoughts and feelings made it seem that something…

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The Myth of Good and Bad Emotions

One idea in the study of emotion and its impact on psychological health is overdue for retirement: that negative emotions (like sadness or fear) are inherently bad or maladaptive for our psychological well-being, and positive emotions…

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Don’t Follow your Feelings

I know what it’s like to live a life driven by emotion, and believe me, it won’t make you happy. Someone shows up late, and you’re angry. You get some negative feedback, and you sulk in…

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Grand Narratives: Unplugging from the Big Story

Our personal stories tend to become entangled with the grand narratives that shape and crystallize our social structures. These are the big stories that craft a system we are born into – and get caught up…

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Nondual Psychotherapy

Although I’ve been an ardent devotee of Ramana Maharshi since 1970, I’ve also worked as a state-licensed psychotherapist in California since 1978. Because of these dual interests, I developed a long-time desire to find ways of…

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