True, the mystery and complexity of the mind and brain may remain an ever present reality. Thanks in large part to advanced methods of studying the brain, however, recent findings in neuroscience have come a long way to unravel numerous… (READ MORE)
Interesting research and summary.
In recovery, we often indulge in self loathing. We harbour harsh thoughts and feelings about ourselves. Many people experience these feeling to a greater or lesser degree, but with addicts these are greatly amplified. These negative thoughts and feeling are… (READ MORE)
Our Evolutionary survival mechanism is primed two remember bad experiences as a warning for the future., whereas pleasant experiences serve no such purpose hence disregarded. We tend to tar the whole day as bad with one negative event when in… (READ MORE)
If you can bring any aspect of mindfulness into the classroom, introducing your students to the concept of “Gratitude,” and finding opportunities to engage in gratitude daily, can be on… Source: Bringing an Attitude of Gratitude Into the Classroom
Mindfulness and the brain A 2007 study called “Mindfulness meditation reveals distinct neural modes of self-reference” by Norman Farb at the University of Toronto, along with six other scientists, broke new ground in our understanding of mindfulness from a neuroscience… (READ MORE)