MINDFULNESS, COMMUNICATION AND RESILIENCE
What is mindfulness? What influence mindfulness has on your interpersonal relationships?
Why are short moments of awareness, repeated many times, so important for our wellbeing?
What are Neurobiological Models of Meditation Practices?
The growing interest in meditation in the culture has been matched by an interest in the scientific study of meditation, especially in relation to clinical applications and brain sciences.
What is Neuroplasticity and “Cognitive Rehabilitation”? How do we become more resilient and stress tolerant?
Experience-dependent neuroplasticity means that our brains change with experience and practice, which has radical and inspiring implications for Mindfulness participants. Rather than being fixed entities with unchangeable traits and behaviors, our brains and psychological tendencies are actually quite malleable. Just as exercise and training strengthens physical muscles, mental habits construct and become entrenched in corresponding brain networks.
What are foundations of integrating interior element of mindfulness and awareness into interpersonal relationships?
How do we train attention and focus?
One of life’s great challenges is successfully regulating emotions. Do some emotion regulation strategies have more to recommend them than others?
What is Hypofrontality and the Neuroanatomy of Suffering?
The heterogeneous family of mental training techniques known as collectively as “meditation” can be viewed as neurocognitive training that is aimed at increasing prefrontal cognitive control, and increasing affective regulation and emotional wellbeing.
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