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Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo
The Science of Breaking Free from Generational Curses

Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 15:13


Neurosurgeon and Neuroscientist, Dr. Darlene A. Mayo, shares keys in science that unlock truths in scripture so you can be healed. In this episode, you will learn about how sickness or disease is NOT solely determined by DNA, and how interaction of the Holy Spirit with our DNA can immediately bring healing and transformation. There is more power in the blessing of the Lord than in any curses on earth - even generational.Be sure to access our free gift to you, your “Increase Your Faith” kit, at https://increaseyourfaith.life. You will receive a chapter from Dr. Mayo's book, The Science of God's Healing Power; a Kingdom mindset assessment to help you identify mindsets that are holding you back from being healed; and an invitation to our amazing community "Healing in the Kingdom"As a way to say “thank you” to our podcast listeners, Dr. Mayo is offering a FREE month of access to the powerful program she mentions in this interview, called The Anchor. Through teaching and coaching, this program has broken many people free from poverty mindset and other mindsets that keep you from being healed and stepping fully into your destiny, equipped with all the resources you need! To learn more about this transformative program and access your FREE month, click here: https://scienceofgodshealingpower.net/the-anchor-free-month

Growing Bolder
Growing Bolder: Neuroscientist and Brain Health Expert Dr. Michael Merzenich; Haircare Entrepreneur Angel Cornelius

Growing Bolder

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 50:46


Can old dogs learn new tricks? Neuroscientist Michael Merzenich, PH.D. says cognitive decline is not inevitable as we get older. His groundbreaking research has changed the way scientists and researchers think about the brain. He joins Growing Bolder for a fascinating conversation about what he's learned.

Life Changes Show with Filippo Voltaggio
Life Changes Show, September 12, 2022

Life Changes Show with Filippo Voltaggio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 63:01


A Neuroscientist's Discovery – The Mysteries of the Universe – Ep702 Featuring Interview Guest, Cognitive Neuroscientist, Research Scientist, and Author of, “Proof of Spiritual Phenomena,” Mona Sobhani, Ph.D.; and Featuring Performance Guest, Songstress, Recording Artist, Vocal Improvisationalist, Erin Pillman, on The LIFE CHANGES Show Episode 702 Titled, “A Neuroscientist's Discovery – The Mysteries of the Universe” Interview Guest: MONA SOBHANI, Ph.D.; and Performance Guest: ERIN PILLMAN

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning
Neuroscientist Rohan Dixit, Founder of Lief Therapeutics on ”Measuring HRV in Real-Time for Stress Relief From the Inside Out”

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 37:12


"Heart rate variability has really come to the forefront in the last 40 years as being the most important biomarker for tracking health and recovery on a regular basis, and not just health and recovery, but resilience." (Neurohacker Collective) Watch this interview here on YouTube: https://youtu.be/8wbt2o-lO1I   It's something we've covered on past episodes[i] including our most recent EP #228 where we reviewed Heart Rate Variability, what it is, why it's important to track, with tips to increase it, for increased capacity throughout our day.   On this episode we will learn:  ✔  How Rohan Dixit created a wearable device for stress relief, based on his own personal struggles. ✔  The ONE THING that most of us are missing when it comes to improving our mental health and well-being. ✔  How Rohan came across HRV in his research and why as a neuroscientist he looked outside of the brain for a solution for our mental health and well-being. ✔ REVIEW: What is HRV and why it is an important biomarker to measure. ✔ Why tracking HRV in real-time helpful for our mental well-being. ✔ How we can all improve our stress levels by looking at our data. ✔ What is biofeedback and how does it work? ✔ The most common ways to decrease our HRV, that we should all be aware of. ✔ The research behind HRV as a drug-free solution to stress and anxiety reduction. ✔ How to get started and receive 15% off your first month using the code ANDREA. NOW IMAGINE THIS! What if you could see your HRV in real time throughout the day, so you know what's helping this important score, or hurting it? We will cover this on today's episode as we meet with Rohan Dixit, the founder of Lief Therapeutics (a wearable stress relief device) that's designed to help us to overcome stress and worry from the inside out. Stay tuned and we'll explain how this ground-breaking device can help ALL OF US  to improve our health, as we learn self-regulation strategies using the device, that will eventually become a habit, showing us how to break free of anything that might be holding us back. Welcome back to The Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast, where we cover the science-based evidence behind social and emotional learning (for schools) and emotional intelligence training (in the workplace) with tools, ideas and strategies that we can all use for immediate results, with our brain in mind.  I'm Andrea Samadi, an author, and educator with a passion for learning specifically on the topics of health, wellbeing and productivity, and launched this podcast to share how important an understanding of our brain is to our everyday life and results using the most current brain research. If there's a tool, strategy or resource that I find, that could be helpful to improve productivity and results, whether we are a teacher in the classroom, a coach or in the modern workplace, I will share it here. On today's episode #248, we will be speaking with Rohan Dixit, the founder of Lief Therapeutics, to see if we can sharpen our saw with our understanding of HRV, a biomarker that's known for tracking health and recovery as well as resilience. What I think is absolutely incredible with this wearable stress relief device, is that you'll see that the point of wearing this device, is to train us to breathe in a certain way to relieve our stress, anxiety and worry (that it will pick up) and then help to calm us down, so we won't need to rely of the device. Rohan's mission is not about the money he could make with the device, but truly about helping people to be able to manage their own problems, without the use of medicine, or pills, or those things we do that we know relieve stress in the short term, but are bad for our overall health in the long term. I can't wait to speak with Rohan Dixit, and explore the technology he created in his garage, (he's a real Steve Jobs story) and the idea was based on his own personal struggles with anxiety and depression when he was younger, that he overcame, and then used his experience to help others. Let's meet Rohan Dixit, the founder of Lief Therapeutics, and see how this device works, to improve our mental health and wellbeing from the inside out. Welcome Rohan, it's incredible to meet you after wearing the device you invented and now I have this incredible opportunity to ask YOU questions about it.  This is amazing. Thank you for joining me today. I'm wearing mine today, and curious, do you wear yours every day or have you gotten the point to where you can self-regulate without it? INTRO: To start off, Rohan, I had a blast researching your work, and am so glad I listened to you on The Abstract Doctors Podcast[ii] because I tend to more on the serious side, and could lighten up my interviews to make them more fun/less stressful and as I was learning more about you, I was dying laughing with these two doctors covering your Lief Device. They were asking why it's called Lief, and they were guessing “it's about turning over a new leaf?” Why is it called Lief? Then I watched your clip of the Today Show[iii] with Hoda and Savanna trying out your device, and I thought, wow, I take learning and this podcast a bit too seriously because they were having such a good time investing the high stress parts of their day.  Since you are an expert at helping people relieve stress, I wonder what tips you would have for me or anyone else these days who spends most of their day sitting at a desk? What are most of us missing that could help us handle life's pressures/stresses better? Q1: I know there has to be a story here of how you came to be the founder of Lief Therapeutics that is focused on helping people to overcome stress and worry from the inside out. Where did this begin for you? Q2: Where did you come across HRV, and is there really a story like Steve Jobs where you started this whole idea in your garage? Q3: Can you give me YOUR definition of HRV for the lay person who is tuning in, and has no idea what it is? (We have talked about it often on this podcast but I recently reviewed it when I became stuck explaining it to someone else). Q4: Tracking HRV in real time is such an incredible idea. I track with a device that gives me a daily score and I wake up dying to see my score, hoping for improvements as I'm working on certain strategies. Why would someone need to know their HRV levels throughout certain parts of their day? How does this help them? I think I heard you say this knowledge is like our “superpower!” What do you mean by that? Q4B: Is the strap for athletes who might need to measure their HRV during play? Q5: So I wrote your questions BEFORE trying out the device and wanted to add a snapshot of my work day, to see what you see with my bar graph. I had an important LIVE presentation on Monday morning that I practiced all weekend for, and wore the Lief device thinking it would show how calm I was under pressure. Then the unexpected happened and I had 2 major unforeseen tech issues that really threw me off. I'd like to know If you look at my Monday morning, what do you see but I want to guess and see if I have the right idea of this first? This is what I see: I started out calm (green) which is the 60th-80th percentile and then as the time for the presentation came closer, I went into yellow, lowering my HRV to 20-40th percentile, most of the time presenting was yellow, with some RED (o-20th percentile) that happened about the time of the tech issue, and I ended up back to GREEN. While I was hoping to show you all GREEN with my morning, I can see that I had some moments of stress, but when something goes wrong, and we need to think and troubleshoot our way out of problems, I think this was me at yellow, thinking and not shut down in RED.  What do you see with these colors?     Q6: Now that we've talked about Lief measures, I wonder How exactly does the device work? What is this idea of biofeedback, and why are the sensors so important? 6B: What should we be looking for? We have already talked about the bar graph at the top of the dashboard that shows our HRV in real time. I put my WEEK 1 and WEEK 2 of using the device in the show notes to look at. Just glancing at my week 1 vs week 2, I can see my range improved from 46-55 (week 1) to 52-61 week 2, going from 65% success to 72% success. What should everyone be looking for in their first few weeks of using Lief to know that we are in fact showing an improvement? Q7: Have you ever done experiments like I've seen people do with glucose monitors, and look to see what are a few of the most common ways to increase your stress and decrease HRV? Q7B: I've been tracking my HRV and RHR with a different device since I heard Dr. Andrew Huberman's podcast on the effects of alcohol on our brain and body[iv], and after I heard how bad it is for us, I don't think I'll ever drink alcohol again. After stopping this toxin, I'm watching my HRV skyrocket up. After 2 weeks, my HRV went from 76 to 84 and after a month it's jumped up to the 90s.  I know it's clear that alcohol impacts our HRV, giving us less capacity to handle stress throughout our day, but what else have you noticed affects us in this drastically? (sleep, diet, hydration I'm sure…anything surprising you've seen)?   Q8: What's involved for individuals who want to try it out, as well as health care providers? Do people just click on the link you provided for our listeners to get started? Q9: What research backs this drug-free solution to stress and anxiety[v]? Q10: I know this is way too many questions, but if I make them fun, I'm sure you won't mind answering them! Is there anything important I have missed? Thank you, Rohan, for sharing your groundbreaking program for us. For people who want to learn more, I do hope they will click on the affiliate link and test the device out, like I did, and see what they notice. I noticed a difference on the first day of using the device and it was surprising to me that it picked up times of my day where I felt anxiety (like before I go to sleep) and didn't realize it. I think the Lief device is an incredible solution for anyone who is anxious about something, to help to train themselves to calm down, and self-regulate without the need for drugs, or alcohol that we know is bad for our brain. Thank you again Rohan for coming on the podcast, and for your time today. Some Final Thoughts on This Episode:  As we close out this episode, I wanted to let you know that Rohan and I chatted a bit at the end, after we finished recording. It became clear to me that he had created this device, and coaching to help others, and it's NOT about the money. From the product creation side, we do need money to sustain our business, so it's not going to be free, obviously. If you click on the link, it will take you to a page to get started. The device costs $49/month and the coaching is $50/month for a total of $107.95/month which at first glance can seem like it's high. I thought about this before trying it out, and what I would say to others who might also want to try it. If you've ever gone to therapy for a problem you've had, I know I've paid much more than this, in addition to doctor visits for our health and wellness, so I think about this device to be like training wheels to help us to use HRV as a biomarker, that will make us more resilient to stress, once we've learned to breathe in a way that the device shows will calm us down, and the coaching will help with all the questions, and data analysis to be sure you are going in the right direction. Once you've got the hang of controlling your HRV through breath work, you shouldn't need to use this device. I hope this has helped you, like it did for me, to see there are tools and resources in the world that can help us to improve our resilience to stress. If you want to try the device, just go to www.getlief.com and use ANDREA at checkout to receive 15% off your first month. If you have any questions for me, please don't hesitate to send me an email[vi]. TO TRY THE DEVICE Go to www.getlief.com Put the code ANDREA in at checkout to receive 15% off your first month at checkout. FOLLOW ROHAN DIXIT  Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rohan-dixit-5453a833/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/getlief Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/getlief/?hl=en Website: www.getlief.com    RESOURCES: Richard Gevirtz https://www.alliant.edu/faculty/richard-gevirtz REFERENCES: [i][i]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #228 Review of Heart Rate Variability  https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/brain-fact-friday-review-of-heart-rate-variability-the-most-important-biomarker-for-tracking-health-recovery-and-resilience/ [ii] Abstract Doctors Podcast with Rohan Dixit https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/s2e6-rohan-dixit/id1534778814?i=1000532292468 [iii] How Stressed do Hoda Kotb and Savanna Guthrie Get Over 24 Hours? April 11, 2018 https://www.today.com/video/how-stressed-do-hoda-kotb-and-savannah-guthrie-get-over-24-hours-1208201283672 [iv] Dr. Andrew Huberman's Podcast on “What Alcohol Does to Your Body, Brain and Health” https://hubermanlab.com/what-alcohol-does-to-your-body-brain-health/  (37:39 alcohol and cortisol). [v]Pilot Study on Reducing Symptoms of Anxiety with a Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback  Wearable and Remote Stress Management Coach https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10484-021-09519-x?wt_mc=Internal.Event.1.SEM.ArticleAuthorOnlineFirst&utm_source=ArticleAuthorOnlineFirst&utm_medium=email&utm_content=AA_en_06082018&ArticleAuthorOnlineFirst_20210726 [vi] Send Andrea any questions about her experience using the Lief Device to andrea@achieveit360.com

The Gentle Art of Crushing It!
Tim Fergestad - Neuroscientist to Passive Investor

The Gentle Art of Crushing It!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 31:07


Tim Fergestad previously used his Ph.D. in Neuroscience to study diseases in the Genetics Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has since transitioned into a full-time real estate investor and now lives in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife and their two children. Tim has broad experience in real estate including being a licensed agent, single family rentals, land wholesaling, renovations, as well as a multifamily investor and operator. He currently owns interest as a General partner and Limited partner in over 2000 units of multifamily real estate and has 1 Single Family Rental! Website: OakStreetAssets.com Media links: https://www.linkedin.com/in/timfergestad/ https://www.facebook.com/oakstreetassets https://www.instagram.com/oakstreetassets/ https://twitter.com/Oakstreetassets Connect with our host , Randy Smith, for more educational content or to to discuss investment opportunities in the real estate syndication space at www.impactequity.net, https://www.linkedin.com/in/randallmsmith, or on Instagram at @salesguyinvestor.

Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo
Activation: Experience the Original Design of the Church

Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 7:36


Neurosurgeon and Neuroscientist, Dr. Darlene A. Mayo, shares keys in science that unlock truths in scripture so you can be healed.This activation will help you reconnect with the original design of the church as you experience it in the Kingdom of God. The scripture on which this activation is based is: "Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom." 2 Corinthians 3:17 NIVIf you enjoyed this activation, we encourage you to take a look at our "Empowered Heir Activations Package". This includes 20 powerful activations, designed to break off the mindsets that keep you from fully experiencing sustained healing. To access the package, visit us at https://masteryourbrainbydrmayo.thinkific.com/courses/empowered-heir-activations.

Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo
Is your church providing connection covenant and covering?

Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 14:47


Neurosurgeon and Neuroscientist, Dr. Darlene A. Mayo, shares keys in science that unlock truths in scripture so you can be healed. In this episode, you will learn what happens in the brain when we are wounded by the church or by church members. As you learn the science of connection, covenant, and covering, you will see why church wounds are so deeply painful to us. Be sure to access our free gift to you, your “Increase Your Faith” kit, at https://increaseyourfaith.life. You will receive a chapter from Dr. Mayo's book, The Science of God's Healing Power; a Kingdom mindset assessment to help you identify mindsets that are holding you back from being healed; and an invitation to our amazing community "Healing in the Kingdom"As a way to say “thank you” to our podcast listeners, Dr. Mayo is offering a FREE month of access to the powerful program she mentions in this interview, called The Anchor. Through teaching and coaching, this program has broken many people free from poverty mindset and other mindsets that keep you from being healed and stepping fully into your destiny, equipped with all the resources you need! To learn more about this transformative program and access your FREE month, click here: https://scienceofgodshealingpower.net/the-anchor-free-month

M:E - Gwilda Wiyaka
Mission Evolution with Gwilda Wiyaka Interviews - MONA SOBHANI, PHD - Neuroscientist Bridges Science and Spirituality

M:E - Gwilda Wiyaka

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 46:19


Mona Sobhani, Ph.D., is a cognitive neuroscientist, author and entrepreneur. A former research scientist at the University of Southern California, she holds a doctorate in neuroscience from the University of Southern California and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Vanderbilt University with the MacArthur Foundation Law and Neuroscience Project.

Healthy-ish
A neuroscientist's simple approach to happiness

Healthy-ish

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 9:30


Neuroscience whiz and host of hit podcast Do You F*&^ing Mind?, Alexis Fernandez-Preiksa spells out her three simple steps to happiness.    WANT MORE FROM ALEXIS? To hear today's full interview, where Alexis discusses the neuroscience of self-love...search for Extra Healthy-ish wherever you get your pods. Check out Alexis' new book The Neuroscience of Self-Love  (Affirm Press, $29.99), here. Or, follow Alexis on Instagram @alexispredez.   WANT MORE BODY + SOUL?  Online: Head to bodyandsoul.com.au for your daily digital dose of health and wellness. On social: Via Instagram at @bodyandsoul_au or Facebook. Or, TikTok here. Got an idea for an episode? DM host Felicity Harley on Instagram @felicityharley.  On YouTube: Watch Body + Soul TV here. In print: Each Sunday, grab Body+Soul inside The Sunday Telegraph (NSW), the Sunday Herald Sun (Victoria), The Sunday Mail (Queensland), Sunday Mail (SA) and Sunday Tasmanian (Tasmania). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Past Lives Podcast
A Neuroscientist Discovers Spiritual Phenomena | Past Lives Podcast Ep229

The Past Lives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 60:16


This week I am talking to Mona Sobhani about her book 'Proof of Spiritual Phenomena: A Neuroscientist's Discovery of the Ineffable Mysteries of the Universe'.• Shares data and meta-analysis from a large volume of extremely sophisticated experiments that provide proof for the existence of psi phenomena• Explores evidence of past lives, intuitive knowing, and other spiritual phenomena• Reveals the author's own inexplicable experiences as well as her conversations with scientific colleagues, high-level experts, and government officialsFully indoctrinated into the cult of science, neuroscientist Mona Sobhani, Ph.D., aggressively defended the dogma of scientific beliefs--until a series of life-altering events caused her to reconsider spirituality and psi concepts and launched her into a two-year investigation into the ineffable mysteries of our world.Sharing the extensive research she discovered on past lives, karma, and the complex interactions of mind and matter, the author details her transformation from diehard materialist to open-minded spiritual seeker. She reveals her conversations about spirituality and anomalous occurrences with scientific colleagues as well as high-level experts and government officials who shared data on extremely sophisticated experiments that provided proof for the existence of psi phenomena. She discovered that psi research has been conducted on a grand scale for more than a century--by hundreds of scientists with hundreds of thousands of participants--and that there exists substantial evidence for the reality of psi. She examines meta-analysis of these experiments, such as that of the Ganzfield tests, which showed odds against chance of 12 billion to 1--throwing our current scientific materialist paradigm into question.Providing a deep dive into the literature of psychology, quantum physics, neuroscience, philosophy, and esoteric texts, Sobhani also explores the relationship between psi phenomena, the transcendence of space and time, and spirituality. Culminating with the author's serious reckoning with one of the foundational principles of neuroscience--scientific materialism--this illuminating book shows that the mysteries of human experience go far beyond what the present scientific paradigm can comprehend.BioMona Sobhani, Ph.D., is a cognitive neuroscientist. A former research scientist a the University of Southern California, she holds a doctorate in neuroscience from the University of Southern California and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Vanderbilt University with the MacArthur Foundation Law and Neuroscience Project. She was also a scholar with the Saks Institute for Mental Health Law, Policy, and Ethics and her work has been featured in the New York Times, VOX, and other media outlets. https://www.amazon.com/Proof-Spiritual-Phenomena-Neuroscientists-Discovery-ebook/dp/B09L8NX6L3/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1663331761&sr=8-1https://monasobhaniphd.com/https://www.pastliveshypnosis.co.uk/https://www.patreon.com/pastlivespodcast

Dreamland Podcast – WHITLEY STRIEBER'S UNKNOWN COUNTRY
A Neuroscientist finds the Source of Consciousness–and It's NOT Where We Think!

Dreamland Podcast – WHITLEY STRIEBER'S UNKNOWN COUNTRY

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 60:47


Mona Sobhani is a neuroscientist, researcher and author with a powerful story to share. We welcome her to Dreamland to discuss her journey as a scientist from a member of the materialistic establishment to an unusual and remarkable explorer of the unknown, which is set out in her new book,

Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo
Activation: Fine Tune Your Hearing from God

Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 7:39


Neurosurgeon and Neuroscientist, Dr. Darlene A. Mayo, shares keys in science that unlock truths in scripture so you can be healed.This activation will help you activate and fine tune your ability to hear from God and to move as He speaks. The scripture on which this activation is based is: "The Lord came and stood there, calling as at the other times, "Samuel! Samuel!" Then Samuel said, "Speak, for your servant is listening." 1 Samuel 3:10 NIVIf you enjoyed this activation, we encourage you to take a look at our "Empowered Heir Activations Package". This includes 20 powerful activations, designed to break off the mindsets that keep you from fully experiencing sustained healing. To access the package, visit us at https://masteryourbrainbydrmayo.thinkific.com/courses/empowered-heir-activations.

The Middle Way with Dr. Matthew Goodman
Dr. Mona Sobhani - Proof of Spiritual Phenomena: A Neuroscientist's Discovery of the Ineffable Mysteries of the Universe

The Middle Way with Dr. Matthew Goodman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 71:29


Once a self-described hard-nosed neuroscientist, Dr. Mona Sobhani aggressively defended the dogma of scientific beliefs--until a series of life-altering events caused her to reconsider spirituality and psi concepts and launched her into a two-year investigation into the ineffable mysteries of our world. This eventually led to her recently published book, "Proof of Spiritual Phenomena: A Neuroscientist's Discovery of the Ineffable Mysteries of the Universe." In this episode, I speak with Dr. Sobhani about her journey from "knowing" how the world works (or at least thinking so), to being thrust into a state of "not knowing" (a Dark Night of the Soul) and the process of re-discovery, finding new ways of understanding both herself and the world. We touch on the role of "identity" and "belief" in science, at both the individual and societal level; the surprisingly robust research on phenomena like psi, telepathy, collective consciousness, and other often-dismissed experiences; the dark night of the soul; the tension between "knowing" and "not knowing"; and much more. Mona Sobhani, Ph.D. is a cognitive neuroscientist, researcher, and author. A former research scientist a the University of Southern California, she holds a doctorate in neuroscience from the University of Southern California and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Vanderbilt University with the MacArthur Foundation Law and Neuroscience Project. She was also a scholar with the Saks Institute for Mental Health Law, Policy, and Ethics and her work has been featured in the New York Times, VOX, and other media outlets. Dr. Sobhani's Website: https://monasobhaniphd.com/ Dr. Sobhani's Book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09L8QKNCM/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p1_i0 Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ASWCCVTKJHE Follow Dr. Goodman: Instagram: @matthewgoodmanphd The Middle Way Consulting: the-middle-way.com Upcoming Improv + Mindfulness for Anxiety Course!: https://www.the-middle-way.com/class-mindfulness-improv You can support the show for as little as $1 per month. Other ways to support include leaving a rating/review or sharing it with someone who would enjoy it! Thanks for listening! ~May you be happy. May you be healthy. May you live with ease and joy. May you be free of suffering~ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/matthewgoodmanphd/support

Better At Work with Cathal Quinlan
9. Unlocking the Art of Coaching Through Science with Margaret Moore

Better At Work with Cathal Quinlan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 58:28


In this Better@Work episode, we chat with the amazing Margaret Moore aka “Coach Meg,” who is the founder and CEO of Wellcoaches, an evidenced-based wellness coaching school, that has trained over 14,000 coaches in 50 countries over the past 20 years. We might assume coaches are used only in the world of sport, however, Margaret has been helping people from all walks of life discover their strengths and identify opportunities to maximize their potential — in work, in relationships, and in life. The former biotech exec founded the Wellcoaches School of Coaching to help wellness professionals best serve their patients. Since then, she's has added students from the business world, front-line healthcare workers and the police.   On this episode, the Coach's Coach details what effective coaching really means; how leaning into doubt, or “our shadow,” can help us reveal patterns we need to change; and why organizing our minds can set us up for sustainable success. She shares how getting into moments of flow every day is nourishing, how we can all be better coaches and we hear her story of not making it in Toronto. Margaret Moore is an executive wellness coach and co-author of Organize Your Mind, Organize Your Life: Train Your Brain to Get More Done in Less Time and Organize Your Emotions, Optimize Your Life. She has driven the professionalization of health coaching in two related domains: constructing a theoretical base for the practice, and evaluating results to establish best practices. Margaret is the co-director of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital (a teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School) and the founder and CEO of Wellcoaches Corporation, a leading coach training school. This episode is super informative and Margaret teaches us how to apply some of the latest research in neuroscience in our everyday lives, making them less stressful and more relaxed. Quick episode breakdown: Margaret discusses Self-Determination Theory, which suggests we are motivated to grow and change by three innate and universal psychological needs; competence, connection and autonomy We explore how Neuroscientists have opened a window into the disorganized minds of those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), providing insights into how to train our brains to become more organised Margaret talks through the strong connection between disorganised minds and unhealthy habits We learn why Margaret and her co-author Paul Hammerness translated the science of brain organisation into six principles or “rules of order” We explore the 6 rules of order; Tame Your Frenzy, Sustain Your Focus, Apply the brakes, Access your working memory, Shift Sets and Connect the Dots. Let's Take This offline In our “Let's take this offline” segment I debrief on Margaret's key insights with my friend Annette and answer a question from our listener Steven, who has returned to work from parental leave and both he and his partner are really struggling.   Get in touch: Cathal@betteratwork.com.au or https://betteratwork.com.au Get in touch on Instagram: @betteratwork_ Get in touch on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cathal-quinlan/ Send us a question or leave us a voicemail: https://betteratwork.com.au/contact-us/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Nancy's Bookshelf
Nancy's Bookshelf: Picking your brain

Nancy's Bookshelf

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 53:00


Neuroscientist and psychology professor Chantel Prat helps you better understand the brain's strengths.

TheThinkingAtheist
Can We Even Trust Our Own Brains? (with neuroscientist Dr. Indre Viskontas)

TheThinkingAtheist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 52:44 Very Popular


Some fascinating (and fun) brain science on this week's show.Dr. Viskontas' website: https://www.indreviskontas.com/Wondrium: http://www.wondrium.com/seth

Causes Or Cures
How Intermittent Fasting can Slow Aging, Prevent Disease & Optimize Brain Function, with Neuroscientist Dr. Mark Mattson

Causes Or Cures

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 78:52


In this episode of Causes or Cures, Dr. Eeks will chat with neuroscientist Dr. Mark Mattson about his new book titled, The Intermittent Fasting Revolution: The Science of Optimizing Health and Enhancing Performance. Dr. Mattson is a professor of neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University, the former chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the National Institute of Aging and someone who has done a lot of research on intermittent fasting. The National Institute of Health (NIH) considers him one of the world's top experts on the potential health benefits of intermittent fasting.  In the podcast, he will discuss how food scarcity sculpted the brain, including creativity and imagination; why 3 meals a day (plus a snack) isn't the best nutritional advice; the mechanisms of how intermittent fasting slows aging and prevents specific diseases; why stuffing our bodies with antioxidants may not be the best idea and why some "free radicals" are necessary; what hormesis means and why exercise and intermittent fasting are "good" kinds of stress; how intermittent fasting increases cortisol, but neurons respond differently to cortisol produced by intermittent fasting vs, say, chronic lifestyle stress. He will talk about how intermittent fasting relates to "old cells", Alzheimer's disease, cancer and autism. He will discuss a ketone ester that is on the market and finally, why we have an "ass backwards" health system. To order Dr. Mattson's book, go here. You can contact Dr. Eeks at bloomingwellness.com.Follow Dr. Eeks on Instagram here.Or Facebook here.Or Twitter.Read her book Manic Kingdom here.Listen to her short audio parody on the wellness industry here.Subcribe to her newsletter here!Support the show

Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo
The Science of Hearing from God

Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 23:02


Neurosurgeon and Neuroscientist, Dr. Darlene A. Mayo, shares keys in science that unlock truths in scripture so you can be healed. In this episode, you will learn the science of what happens in your brain as you pray to God and listen to His voice. You will gain insight into common blocks to hearing God's voice and strategies to break free from those blocks so you can tune into the frequency of God.You will hear about the "Prayer Code" in this episode, which is a workshop that Dr. Mayo hosted in 2021. This was one of our most transformative workshops released to date. To learn more about that workshop and to get information about accessing the replay, visit the following link: https://masteryourbrainbydrmayo.thinkific.com/courses/the-prayer-codeBe sure to access our free gift to you, your “Increase Your Faith” kit, at https://increaseyourfaith.life. You will receive a chapter from Dr. Mayo's book, The Science of God's Healing Power; a Kingdom mindset assessment to help you identify mindsets that are holding you back from being healed; and an invitation to our amazing community "Healing in the Kingdom"As a way to say “thank you” to our podcast listeners, Dr. Mayo is offering a FREE month of access to the powerful program she mentions in this interview, called The Anchor. Through teaching and coaching, this program has broken many people free from poverty mindset and other mindsets that keep you from being healed and stepping fully into your destiny, equipped with all the resources you need! To learn more about this transformative program and access your FREE month, click here: https://scienceofgodshealingpower.net/the-anchor-free-month

Meet The Elite Podcast
4237 Dr Nancy White-09 09 22-Psychologist and Neuroscientist-Sam

Meet The Elite Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 5:50


UFO Paranormal Radio & United Public Radio
Church Of Mabus Mona Sobhani Proof Of Spiritual Phenomena A Neuroscientist's Discovery

UFO Paranormal Radio & United Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 107:03


Church Of Mabus  Mona Sobhani  Proof Of Spiritual Phenomena  A Neuroscientist's Discovery

United Public Radio
Church Of Mabus Mona Sobhani Proof Of Spiritual Phenomena A Neuroscientist's Discovery

United Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 107:03


Church Of Mabus Mona Sobhani Proof Of Spiritual Phenomena A Neuroscientist's Discovery

The Wall by Stephanie O'Quigley
The Wall EP.32 - Sleep Scientist, Dr. Chelsie Rohrscheib, Helping You Get Better Sleep

The Wall by Stephanie O'Quigley

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 36:02


Neuroscientist and sleep specialist, Dr. Chelsie Rohrscheib, joins me for a discussion about the best (and worst) sleep practices. Ever wondered what happens to your brain when you sleep? What about taking naps? Is too much sleep bad? And how to know when to seek professional help for your sleep. Dr. Chelsie has over a decade of experience working in the field of sleep research and medicine. During her research career, Dr. Rohrscheib specialized in how genetics control sleep in the brain and how sleep loss affects health. She is also the Sleep Specialist at Wesper, the at-home tool to identify sleeping patterns. Thank you for listening and don't forget to join on social too! @TheWallbyStephanieOQuigley @StephanieOQuigley @WesperHealth --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/stephanie-oquigley/support

Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo
Activation: Sweet Dreams with Jesus

Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 8:02


Neurosurgeon and Neuroscientist, Dr. Darlene A. Mayo, shares keys in science that unlock truths in scripture so you can be healed.This activation will help you to connect with Jesus to awaken your dream life and bring those dreams He has spoken over your life into your mind as you awaken. The scripture on which this activation is based is: "God gives life to the dead and calls into being things that were not." Romans 4:17 NIVIf you enjoyed this activation, we encourage you to take a look at our "Empowered Heir Activations Package". This includes 20 powerful activations, designed to break off the mindsets that keep you from fully experiencing sustained healing. To access the package, visit us at https://masteryourbrainbydrmayo.thinkific.com/courses/empowered-heir-activations.

Lifelong
Brain Health, Neuroplasticity, Productivity Boosting, And More With Cognitive Neuroscientist, Dr. Julie Fratantoni

Lifelong

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 38:59


Dr. Julie Fratantoni is a cognitive neuroscientist at Center for BrainHealth at UT Dallas. Her work focuses on how to leverage behavioral science and technology to teach people strategies to improve their brain health and performance. She is passionate about educating others about how brain works and how to incorporate practical, science-backed habits into everyday life to increase overall wellness.We discuss:Productivity hacksThe concept of neuroplasticityThe latest research in brain healthDr. Julie's low toxic living tipsAnd so much more!Links:Dr. Julie's InstagramDr. Julie's WebsiteThe Center for Brain HealthBrainHealth Project TrainingBranch BasicsDr. Bronner's SoapAir Doctor

Best Of Neurosummit
Best of The Aware Show with Joan King, Ph.D. Connection Between Our Thought Patterns and Our Cellular Structure

Best Of Neurosummit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 41:33


We've all heard about gut instinct, but what does it really mean? Today's guest is neuroscientist, author, and coach, Joan C. King, Ph.D., Professor Emerita, Tufts University School of Medicine.  Dr. King discusses the connection between our thought patterns and our cellular structure and gives us the scientific explanation of what it means to listen to your gut. She explains how all behavior starts with the cell. She has written a number of books including “Cellular Wisdom.”  Dr. King served as Chair of the Department of Anatomy and Cellular Biology for the Schools of Medicine. She envisioned and created a Multimedia Resource Center on the Boston campus and also developed and directed the Center of Research in Reproduction at Tufts University from 1992-1997. Dr. King, who was formally a Dominican nun, has now been engaged in scientific studies for nearly half a century. In the course of her personal development, she began to utilize scientific principles as metaphors and tools to expand consciousness and the connection between our thought patterns and our cellular structure.  Info: cellular-wisdom.com.  

The ikario Podcast: human thriving in the modern world
Neuroscientist Reveals the TRUTH about Dopamine and Modern Suffering | Episode 68

The ikario Podcast: human thriving in the modern world

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 86:33


TJ's Instagram - the best place to find and interact with him: https://www.instagram.com/tjpower/ Join the free ikario Community here and come talk to us: https://ikario.com/join FREE Class: Stop procrastination Crash Course https://ikario.com/crashcourse/stop/ Free Class: Become an Implementer https://ikario.com/im-register/ Chapters: 00:00 - Intro + What TJ's Company Does 02:32 - A Neuroscientist's Perspective on Tech Induced Suffering 04:53 - 4 Key Hormones that Drive Human Behaviour 06:30 - The Truth About Dopamine 10:51 - We Are Taking Shortcuts to What We Want & It's Making Us Unhappy 15:19 - The Discomfort We Feel Is Actually A Healthy Response 24:15 - Loneliness and Oxytocin 30:30 - How the Presence of a Phone Influences You 36:03 - What Does Serotonin Do? 39:50 - Connection Between Seratonin and Your Environment 43:25 - What Do Kids and Teens Think About Getting Off Screens and Tech? 45:50 - Tech Optimisim vs. Negative Side Effects 50:35 - Turn Your Phone Into A Tool + Being Different 54:22 - What are Endorphins? 57:19 - How to Release Endorphins 1:00:34 - Practice Sitting in Discomfort 1:01:54 - Limbic Friction is the Key to Discipline 1:05:28 - How to Have What You Want from a Physiological Perspective 1:08:39 - Cooking as an Experience is Good for You 1:10:20 - Humans Love Doing Things Socially and for Others 1:13:31 - Neuroscientist Reveals Habits That Make Him Happy 1:16:17 - How Porn Affects Us 1:18:26 - A Neuroscientist's Perspective on NoFap and Masturbation 1:25:25 - Outro Links & Resources Mentioned: TJ's IG: https://www.instagram.com/tjpower/

Recovery Elevator
RE 394: Fixin' to Grow

Recovery Elevator

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 60:24 Very Popular


Episode 394  - Fixin' to Grow   Today we have Kristie.   She is 47, from Michigan, and has been sober since May 2020.   Ditch the Booze/Mindfulness and AF Photography 101:  https://www.recoveryelevator.com/cafere/   Highlights from Kris   Return to school is here and is the catalyst for conversations about expectations. Growing up, the letter on the report card was the measure of success. Kris has begun to consider praising the work instead of the result.    Neuroscientists have identified two different mindsets:  the fixed mindset and the growth mindset. A fixed mindset looks at intelligence as static. The effort is pointless – you've got it, or you don't. It's all about the result. The growth mindset is more about a learning goal. The effort is seen as a path to mastery.    What is your goal in recovery? Language matters. Think about the metrics. If you are fixed on being alcohol-free and have a slip, you might feel like a failure. Embrace the growth in yourself and let that be enough.    Better Help:  www.betterhelp.com/elevator - 10% off your first month. #sponsored                                                                               [11:29]  Kristie has been surise for two years. The word sober doesn't resonate with Kristy. She wants to be fun and exciting and enjoy every moment. Kristie believes that language creates our reality. Through journaling, she came up with the word surise – it brings her energy, light, and love. Kristie believes surise is yours – the opportunity to be your authentic self.   Kristie is from West Michigan and is an academic advisor. She is married and has two daughters. She loves traveling, the beach, the woods, nature, and connecting with people.   Growing up, her parents rarely drank, but they did smoke. After her parents' divorce, she assumed much responsibility for her younger brothers. She was the conduit between her parents. She was involved in theater, student government, and dancing.    Kristie went to college and was ready to rescind the role of the responsible oldest child. Earning a degree was essential to Kristie. She went to school and partied and enjoyed drinking and being social. She adopted the work hard, play hard mentality and always drank to get a buzz. She put herself into some risky situations and was raped. Alcohol helped numb the pain, and she learned to carry on.   Kristie met her husband in college, and drinking was part of their relationship. Drinking was a coping mechanism for the stress of parenting. Over the years, her drinking progressed from beer to wine to vodka.   After her father died, Kristie's drinking became very dark. Drinking was a reward, a way to avoid loneliness, and it served many purposes.   Several years ago, Kristie's husband announced that he was planning to quit drinking.   He did, and she couldn't follow suit. After her father-in-law died, they were both drinking again and went backward. Kristie read “This Naked Mind” and listened to Annie Grace's podcast. Paul Churchill was Annie's guest, and something clicked for Kristie. She could hear herself in other people's stories. She joined Café RE in 2020 and went to her first women's AA meeting. She quit drinking for several months and returned to drinking when the pandemic began. In May of '20, she found a small group of RE members all over the US, and they held each other accountable.    Kris's Summary   Look at your mindset. Ask yourself without judgment, are you holding on to absolutes? What is your measure of success? Do you find joy in the results or the process? Wherever you are is okay. Show yourself grace. Change the narrative. Surrender to the process. Let go of old ideas.   Upcoming events, retreats, and courses: You can find more information about our events   Resources Connect with Cafe RE - Use the promo code OPPORTUNITY to waive the set-up fee. Recovery Elevator YouTube - Subscribe here! Sobriety Tracker iTunes    Recovery Elevator- We are the only ones who can do this, but we don't have to do it alone. I love you guys.

RISE UP with Dragon
EPISODE 116 - RISE UP WITH DRAGON - THE RX for ANXIETY

RISE UP with Dragon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 45:44


DO YOU SUFFER FROM ANXIETY?   Folks you are in for a treat. As someone that has suffered, come to terms with Terrible Anxiety and moved on to live my best life, this topic and guest are very exciting for me. Join Dragon and special guest Russel Kenedy, MD, "The Anxiety MD" and author of the 2020 book THE ANXIETY RX as we remove the blindfolds from your mind and create clarity in what Anxiety really is and as Dr. Russel says "Show you the Way Out". Dr. Russel Medical Doctor, Neuroscientist, Author, Yoga Practitioner and Stand Up Comedian. He will share his own battle with anxiety and how he turned his trauma into his triumph, now helping many unlock the shackles that hold them back from living their best life. Connect with Dr. Russell Kenedy: HIS BOOK: https://amzn.to/3ebwpmW Website: https://dr-russ.com      The Dragon:  Subscribe and Follow Rise Up With Dragon: https://lnkd.in/dNjsMy6 LIVE STREAMED IN: YouTube: https://lnkd.in/dVcUJA7 Facebook: https://lnkd.in/diK4YNa Linkedin: https://lnkd.in/dv6M3Cgk SUBSCRIBE TO THE "RISE UP WITH DRAGON NEWSLETTER" and receive weekly enhancements of consciousness. https://www.riseupwithdragon.com/newsletter

FEMALE LEADERSHIP COLLECTIVE PODCAST
How being unhappy in your job can effect your brain with Neuroscientist, Nic Vignola

FEMALE LEADERSHIP COLLECTIVE PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 32:08


This week I interview, Nic she's a Neuroscientist and we explore the effects that feeling unhappy in your job can have on your brain. Spoiler: it's not pretty! We chat about:

Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo
Activate your dream life with strategies in brain science and scripture

Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 26:02


Neurosurgeon and Neuroscientist, Dr. Darlene A. Mayo, shares keys in science that unlock truths in scripture so you can be healed. In this episode, you will learn the Kingdom purpose for dreams and will learn the powerful science of dreams. Additionally, Dr. Darlene gives you her strategies, based in brain science and in scripture, to awaken your dream life, and even to learn to transform your dream life to help you heal. You will hear about the "Prayer Code" in this episode, which is a workshop that Dr. Mayo hosted in 2021. This was one of our most transformative workshops released to date. To learn more about that workshop and to get information about accessing the replay, visit the following link: https://masteryourbrainbydrmayo.thinkific.com/courses/the-prayer-codeBe sure to access our free gift to you, your “Increase Your Faith” kit, at https://increaseyourfaith.life. You will receive a chapter from Dr. Mayo's book, The Science of God's Healing Power; a Kingdom mindset assessment to help you identify mindsets that are holding you back from being healed; and an invitation to our amazing community "Healing in the Kingdom"As a way to say “thank you” to our podcast listeners, Dr. Mayo is offering a FREE month of access to the powerful program she mentions in this interview, called The Anchor. Through teaching and coaching, this program has broken many people free from poverty mindset and other mindsets that keep you from being healed and stepping fully into your destiny, equipped with all the resources you need! To learn more about this transformative program and access your FREE month, click here: https://scienceofgodshealingpower.net/the-anchor-free-month

White Shores with Theresa Cheung
Healing Across Time with Harvard neuroscientist and past life physician, Rodrigo Bravo

White Shores with Theresa Cheung

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 47:06


Theresa chats to Rodrigo Bravo a physician and Harvard neuroscientist who believes past life regression helped save and heal his life following bouts of life threatening illness. To connect to Rod and support his healing vision visit:https://www.bravohealing.com/To find out more about Theresa's bestselling dream, intuition, afterlife, astrology and mystical titles and mission, visit:Www.theresacheung.comhttp://linktr.ee/theresacheungYou can contact Theresa via @thetheresacheung on Instagram and her author pages on Facebook and Twitter and you can email her directly at: angeltalk710@aol.comThank you to Cluain Ri for the blissful episode music.White Shores is produced by Robert Cheung and Matthew Cooper 

Treble Health Tinnitus & Hearing Podcast
The Neuroscientist With A Roadmap For Brain Plasticity

Treble Health Tinnitus & Hearing Podcast

Play Episode Play 57 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 36:15


Dr. Nina Kraus, PhD, is a scientist, inventor, and musician that has devoted her life to studying the biology of auditory learning, ultimately finding that our auditory lives shape our auditory processing. Today Dr. Kraus and Dr. Ben will discuss brain plasticity and the effect that it can have on tinnitus. 

Ecommerce Gold
Joe CEO of Motion Nutrition and ex professional swimmer shares the insights he has gained from building a natural supplement brand.

Ecommerce Gold

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 53:25


Joe is a former professional swimmer who spent years training over 25 hours per week - a stressful, gruelling regime that made restorative sleep difficult.Working with leading Neuroscientists and Nutritionists, Joe developed Motion Nutrition's range of award-winning products.Today everything they do is designed to help you and your whole family sleep deeper, stress less and have more energy. In this episode we discuss the journey so far. What's working well and key learning moments. A big thank you to our sponsors:Rewind Shopify App.  Back up your Shopify store because not doing so is absolute lunacy!As a listener of the show, you can claim a no strings attached free month with this link: https://rewind.com/ecommercegold/‍VIXXR Shopify Agency. https://www.vixxr.com/

The Hoffman Podcast
S5e2: Dr. Felipe Jain, M.D. – The Newness & Magic of Being

The Hoffman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 42:47


This episode with Felipe Jain, M.D. is so full of amazing things, it's hard to know how to describe all that you'll hear. Felipe did the Hoffman Process when he was twenty-five. He was in his third year as a medical student at Harvard Medical School. He was driven and ambitious, but found relationships to be a challenge for him. One of the wonderful moments Felipe remembers from his Process is when his emotional self finally got to speak up for himself and stand up to his intellect. He shares how amazing it was to just experience the magic of this child within himself - a child who is wonderful, beautiful, and fun. Now, many years later, Felipe is a Psychiatrist, a Researcher, a Neuroscientist, and a Professor at Harvard Medical School. As you'll hear in this episode, Felipe, through the Process, found and continues to develop a beautiful balance between all four aspects of his Quadrinity. He also has been able to use aspects of his Process experience as well as some of what he learned there in his work as a Psychiatrist. One magical part of this episode is how Felipe describes his experience of Being. A meditator for over thirty years (he started at age 13 or 14), he has deepened his relationship with people and nature by coming to know how to shift perspectives and learn to truly take in what another is experiencing. Felipe describes the evolution of Being and the nature of Being through metaphor and physics. You've got to listen to and feel what he shares. Be sure to take time to discover more about Felipe's work and the resources he's made available to us all. More About Dr. Felipe Jain, M.D.: Originally from San Rafael, CA, Dr. Felipe Jain, M.D., is Director of Healthy Aging Studies at the Depression Clinical Research Program of the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. His research group aims to develop new guided imagery and mindfulness tools for people caring for loved ones with chronic illness. Additionally, his lab studies objective brain connectivity, stress hormones, and other biological markers of psychotherapy treatment. This research is funded by competitive grants from the National Institutes of Health and private foundations. Dr. Jain also treats patients – predominantly with treatment-resistant depression – in private practice. He is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. Felipe teaches medical students tools for resilience and serves on the MD Advisory Board of the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology. He also supervises psychiatry trainees in the number one ranked Massachusetts General Hospital-McLean psychiatry residency program. Dr. Jain's most recent endeavors include studying smartphone delivery of psychotherapy, researching brain activity occasioned by psychedelics, writing a book on guided imagery and mindfulness, and creating a startup based on his mobile application platform development. When not working, he enjoys meditating, crafting poetry, reading sci-fi, playing tennis with his two children (ages 7 and 9), hiking in the Middlesex Fells, and laughing for no reason on his back porch. Dr. Jain is also a Hoffman Institute Foundation Board Member. We are grateful for his willingness to share his expertise, experience, and love to further Hoffman's goal of bringing peace to the world one person at a time. As mentioned in this episode: 14 Billion years: the age of the Universe Quark: "A quark (/kwɔːrk, kwɑːrk/) is a type of elementary particle and a fundamental constituent of matter." Wikipedia Lao Tzu (or Laozi): 6th-century BC ancient Chinese philosopher and writer Lao Tzu, is believed to be the author of the Tao Te Ching. He is also "the founder of philosophical Taoism and a deity in religious Taoism and traditional Chinese religions." Wikipedia The Tao Te Ching: "The Tao Te Ching, along with the Zhuangzi, is a fundamental text for both philosophical and religious Taoism." Wikipedia FernHillCenter.org:

Evolving with Nita Jain: Health | Science | Self-Improvement
Untangling Absurdist Philosophy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, & Effective Altruism with Neuroscientist Natasha Mott, PhD

Evolving with Nita Jain: Health | Science | Self-Improvement

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 40:24


This week, I had the opportunity to chat with the multi-talented Natasha Mott, a neuroscientist, writer, and podcaster. We talked about her views on multiple intelligences, epigenetics, absurdism, acceptance commitment therapy, and more!Time stamps: 1:26 IQ and multiple intelligences2:50 Emotional intelligence (EQ)3:50 System 1 and system 2 thinking5:27 Impulsivity and emotional self-regulation8:02 Acceptance commitment therapy9:00 Epigenetics and transgenerational trauma10:14 Cancel culture12:19 The nature of science and falsifiability16:19 Postmodernism and absurdism18:34 Anti-intellectualism20:22 Absurdism as a counterculture movement23:08 Being present and living intentionally32:34 Effective altruism34:39 Natasha's daily dialectical bookSubscribe to Natasha's newsletter and follow her on Instagram and TikTok! This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit nitajain.substack.com

Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo
Activation: Release your burdens at the feet of Jesus

Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 7:26


Neurosurgeon and Neuroscientist, Dr. Darlene A. Mayo, shares keys in science that unlock truths in scripture so you can be healed.This activation will help you to release physical, mental, or emotional burdens that you have been carrying, so you can walk forward in total freedom that you are designed for. The scripture on which this activation is based is: "Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom." 2 Corinthians 3:17 NIVIf you enjoyed this activation, we encourage you to take a look at our "Empowered Heir Activations Package". This includes 20 powerful activations, designed to break off the mindsets that keep you from fully experiencing sustained healing. To access the package, visit us at https://masteryourbrainbydrmayo.thinkific.com/courses/empowered-heir-activations.

Unbelievable Real Estate Stories
S4 EP 261: Behavioral Economics: What Triggers Investors, for Good or Bad? with Dr. John Burkhardt

Unbelievable Real Estate Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 33:19


There are a lot of external factors at play in the market, but this week we're taking a look at the internal. Listen in on this insightful conversation with Dr. John Burkhardt, both a Behavioral Economist and Neuroscientist, to learn what driving factors are often at work in our investing decisions, and whether these are necessarily working for or against our overall financial strategy. Key Takeaway: Recognizing subconscious influences on your investing decisions is important, as relying on our natural reactions aren't always the most pragmatic approaches for achieving financial goals. How to Contact John: Website: https://www.capitaneuro.com Email: jburkhardt@capitaneuro.com Are you REady2Scale Your Multifamily Investments? Learn more about growing your wealth, strengthening your portfolio, and scaling to the next level at www.bluelake-capital.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Think Fast, Talk Smart: Communication Techniques.
Best Of: Lessons from Neuroscientist Andrew Huberman to Help You Hack your Speaking Anxiety

Think Fast, Talk Smart: Communication Techniques.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 29:42 Very Popular


“There's no difference between the physiological response to something that you're excited about and something that you're nervous about or dreading,” says Andrew Huberman associate professor of neurobiology and ophthalmology at Stanford University.In this “Best of” episode, we revisit one of our most popular interviews. In it, Huberman, from the wildly popular Huberman Labs Podcast, shares his research on the autonomic continuum, a spectrum between states of high alertness or fear all the way down to deep sleep, and shares how to use the system to your advantage. “If people can conceptualize that the anxiety or stress response is the same as the excitement response, they feel different,” Huberman says.Join the community & conversation by following the Think Fast, Talk Smart LinkedIn page.For transcripts & more information, visit the Think Fast, Talk Smart websiteTimestamps[1:32] Best of Summer series Episode 3 Homework Assignment: Breathing exercise[3:09] The autonomic continuum and the state we enter when we get nervous[5:59] Our nervous system when we're getting ready to go to the podium[10:02] A relaxation hack: forward movement under conditions of anxiety or high levels of alertness[12:50] EMDR Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing: side-to-side eye movement that triggers the suppression of fear in the brain[15:11] Ways to raise your stress tolerance for high levels of agitation in your body.[17:25] Breathing hack: Just an exhale is the wrong advice. You want to do a double inhale. So inhale twice through the nose. So inhale through the nose. And then before you exhale, sneak in a little bit more air and then do a long exhale.[20:05] What we can do to prepare for anxiety in advance.[22:50] Insight for virtual communication.[24:44] Huberman's answer to the Think Fast, Talk Smart three questions Matt asks all guests.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo
Release burdens you were never meant to carry

Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 25:29


Neurosurgeon and Neuroscientist, Dr. Darlene A. Mayo, shares keys in science that unlock truths in scripture so you can be healed. In this episode, you will understand the incredible science of what happens in the brain as we carry physical, emotional, and mental burdens. Whether you are dealing with excess weight, a to do list that never ends, or the weightiness of unforgiveness, you will gain insight into what is happening at both a physical and spiritual level.Also. in this episode, Dr. Darlene guides you through her 5 step process to help you release those burdens quickly, powerfully, and permanently. If you enjoy this session, then we invite you to consider joining the Mentorship Program at Healing in the Kingdom, which is currently open for Fall 2022 registrations. In this program, you will learn and have direct guidance by Dr. Mayo in her step by step strategy to "train" your brain to create your healing space! To learn more about this exciting program, and to sign up, please visit the following site: https://scienceofgodshealingpower.net/healing-in-the-kingdom-mentorshipBe sure to access our free gift to you, your “Increase Your Faith” kit, at https://increaseyourfaith.life. You will receive a chapter from Dr. Mayo's book, The Science of God's Healing Power; a Kingdom mindset assessment to help you identify mindsets that are holding you back from being healed; and an invitation to our amazing community "Healing in the Kingdom"As a way to say “thank you” to our podcast listeners, Dr. Mayo is offering a FREE month of access to the powerful program she mentions in this interview, called The Anchor. Through teaching and coaching, this program has broken many people free from poverty mindset and other mindsets that keep you from being healed and stepping fully into your destiny, equipped with all the resources you need! To learn more about this transformative program and access your FREE month, click here: https://scienceofgodshealingpower.net/the-anchor-free-month

Shaping Opinion
Neuroscientist Karl Friston on Intelligence and Free Energy

Shaping Opinion

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 67:55


Pioneering neuroscientist Karl Friston joins Tim to talk about a concept he's developed called the free-energy principle, which may hold the key to advancing the understanding human intelligence as we know it. Karl is a theoretical neuroscientist. He's an authority on brain imaging. His work has advanced mankind's understanding of schizophrenia, among other things. At the moment, he's becoming better known as the originator of the free-energy principle for human action and perception. In this episode, we'll talk with Karl about that free-energy principle, what it is, what it means and what it can mean for the future. https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/shapingopinion/Karl_Friston_Final_auphonic.mp3 I hope you have your coffee and are sitting in a comfortable place, because this conversation is going to introduce you to some entirely new thinking from one of the world's most unique scientific thinkers, Karl Friston. Before we get started, you need to know a little about Karl, and you will need an explanation of some of the words we will use here. Karl Friston is a theoretical neuroscientist. As mentioned, he is an authority on brain imaging.  1990, he invented something called statistical parametric mapping or (SPM).  invented SPM, a computational technique that helps create brain images in a consistent shape so researchers can make consistent comparisons. He then invented Voxel-based morphometry or (VBM). An example of this is when he studied London taxi drivers to measure the rear side of the brain's hippocampus to watch it grow as their knowledge of the streets grew. After that, he invented something called dynamic causal modeling (DCM) for brain imaging, to determine if people who have severe brain damage or minimally conscious or vegetative. He is one of the most frequently cited neuroscientists in the world.  Each one of these inventions centered on schizophrenia research and theoretical studies of value-learning – formulated as the dysconnection hypothesis of schizophrenia. To try to simplify, it's the hypothesis that when the so-called wiring in your brain isn't all connecting properly. Karl currently works on models of functional integration in the human brain and the principles that underlie neuronal interactions. His main contribution to theoretical neurobiology is a free-energy principle for action and perception (active inference).  That's what we cover in this episode. Karl received the first Young Investigators Award in Human Brain Mapping in 1996. He was elected a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences in 1999. Since then, he has received numerous other honors and recognition for his work. Links The Genius Neuroscientist Who Might Hold the Key to True AI, Wired Karl Friston, The Helix Center Karl Friston and the Free Energy Principle, ExploringYourMind.com About this Episode's Guest Karl Friston Karl Friston is a theoretical neuroscientist and authority on brain imaging. He invented statistical parametric mapping (SPM), voxel-based morphometry (VBM) and dynamic causal modelling (DCM). These contributions were motivated by schizophrenia research and theoretical studies of value-learning, formulated as the dysconnection hypothesis of schizophrenia. Mathematical contributions include variational Laplacian procedures and generalized filtering for hierarchical Bayesian model inversion. Friston currently works on models of functional integration in the human brain and the principles that underlie neuronal interactions. His main contribution to theoretical neurobiology is a free-energy principle for action and perception (active inference). Friston received the first Young Investigators Award in Human Brain Mapping (1996) and was elected a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences (1999). In 2000 he was President of the international Organization of Human Brain Mapping. In 2003 he was awarded the Minerva Golden Brain Award and was elected a Fellow of th...

Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo
Activation: Your Healing is Complete

Faith DNA with Dr. Darlene A. Mayo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 8:36


Neurosurgeon and Neuroscientist, Dr. Darlene A. Mayo, shares keys in science that unlock truths in scripture so you can be healed.This activation will help you to focus on the vision of yourself in a healed and whole state. The scripture upon which this activation is based is: “What do you want me to do for you?” Jesus asked him." Mark 10:51 NIVIf you enjoyed this activation, we encourage you to take a look at our "Empowered Heir Activations Package". This includes 20 powerful activations, designed to break off the mindsets that keep you from fully experiencing sustained healing. To access the package, visit us at https://masteryourbrainbydrmayo.thinkific.com/courses/empowered-heir-activations.

Rewire Fitness Podcast
A Scientific Approach to Sports Performance with Dr. Tommy Wood, Neuroscientist and Physiologist

Rewire Fitness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 45:39


Dr. Tommy Wood is a research assistant professor of Pediatrics and Neuroscience at the University of Washington whose research interests involve brain health, performance, and longevity. Furthermore, Tommy has coached and competed in multiple sports, including rowing, CrossFit, powerlifting, and ultra-endurance racing. He has also worked with Formula 1 athletes. In this episode, we discuss Tommy's approach to understanding research and how it can be applied to improve our performance and reach our goals. 

The Dr. Pat Show - Talk Radio to Thrive By!
Proof of Spiritual Phenomena: A Neuroscientist's Discovery of the Ineffable Mysteries of the Universe with Mona Sobhani

The Dr. Pat Show - Talk Radio to Thrive By!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022


Providing a deep dive into the literature of psychology, quantum physics, neuroscience, philosophy, and esoteric texts, Sobhani also explores the relationship between psi phenomena, the transcendence of space and time, and spirituality. Culminating with the author s serious reckoning with one of the foundational principles of neuroscience--scientific materialism-- this illuminating book shows that the mysteries of human experience go far beyond what the present scientific paradigm can comprehend and leaves open the possibility of a participatory, meaningful Universe. Watch/Listen https://www.facebook.com/transformationtalkradio/live_videos/

Mike & Maurice's Mind Escape
The Romance of Reality Part 2 with Bobby Azarian Episode #254

Mike & Maurice's Mind Escape

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 113:21


“The Romance of Reality Part 2 with Bobby Azarian” Episode 254 We sat down with Neuroscientist and author Bobby Azarian to discuss his new book “The Romance of Reality'. In Part 2 we will be discussing the origins of consciousness, psychedelics, AI, and UAP/UFOs. *If you are watching on Youtube please check us out on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and all audio/podcast platforms. We appreciate reviews and comments. If you are listening on an audio/podcast platform please check out our Youtube channel where we do our episodes live. You can find all of our links on our LinkTree LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/MindEscapePodcast *Check out our new Merch store. We have some amazing designs for T-shirts, Hoodies, Mugs, Stickers, and more https://www.teepublic.com/stores/mind-escape?ref_id=24655 *Sign up for Indra's Web which is the social media platform we created dedicated to metaphysics and the topics we discuss on this podcast. The platform is live so head on over there and set up a profile. https://indrasweb.org/ *If you enjoy our podcast and content and want to help us grow, check out our Patreon account and enjoy the exclusive episodes and interviews. We also have a support the show option on our Anchor and Spotify channels. Join our Discord channel if you want to chat. We are also on all podcast platforms. For all the links to our podcasts and social media go to: https://linktr.ee/MindEscapePodcast *Here are the links to Maurice's new music and band: Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/album/3OjyabL62FsmUhKW6SNUdU Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClDsH7i057uGTdKEiqRXWcg *Follow our producer Shane on twitter: https://twitter.com/OldVetSymposium *Here is the link to Bobby's book: https://www.amazon.com/Romance-Reality-Organizes-Consciousness-Complexity/dp/1637740441 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mindescape/support

Stuck to Unstoppable
135. Neuroscientist Shares How To MASTER Your Mind For Success | Dr. Caroline Leaf

Stuck to Unstoppable

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 48:45


Dr. Caroline Leaf is a communication pathologist and cognitive neuroscientist with a Masters's and Ph.D. in Communication Pathology and a BSc in Logopaedics, specializing in cognitive and metacognitive neuropsychology. In this episode of Stuck to Unstoppable with Dr. Caroline Leaf, we dive into: * How to Detox our Minds for Success * The Difference between Brain and Mind * The Power of Faith * How to Improve your Mental Health Learn more about Dr. Leaf at www.drleaf.com Check out her latest book "Cleaning Up Your Mental Mess: 5 Simple, Scientifically Proven Steps to Reduce Anxiety, Stress, and Toxic Thinking" Here - https://amzn.to/3AaWqdz

Finding Your Freedom
103. From Conflict to Connection: A Neuroscientist's Guide to Handling Conflict

Finding Your Freedom

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022


In this episode, I talk about conflict, what happens during conflict in our brain and body and how we can learn to handle conflict better. Conflict is a beautiful opportunity to learn more about yourself and your partner/friend/or family member you are engaging with. Listen in to this episode if you want to learn how to crush conflict and keep your heart open when you are feeling triggered

Kelly Corrigan Wonders
Parenting and the Brain with Neuroscientist Lisa Feldman Barrett

Kelly Corrigan Wonders

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 51:11


To understand the brain's function and methods is to get some much needed distance from family dynamics so that we might understand them more fully. Lisa Feldman Barrett has been researching and writing about how emotions are made for many years. Kelly and Lisa met on the set of Tell Me More for PBS and they have been talking ever since, particularly about how neuroscience informs parenting. This is a conversation for anyone who has ever been stunned by an interaction, good or bad, and wondered what just happened? Check out Lisa's books - How Emotions Are Made: The Secret Life of the Brain & Seven and a Half Lessons About the Brain.

THIRD EYE DROPS
Is the Universe Building the Mind of God? with Bobby Azarian | Mind Meld 316

THIRD EYE DROPS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 99:52 Very Popular


Neuroscientist and author of The Romance of Reality, Bobby Azarian enters the mind meld! Musings in this one include -- Is the universe destined to build the mind of god? The problem with a reductive, mechanistic explanation of reality Is it possible for AI to wake up? Adaptive complexity (why the universe continuously evolves and bends toward complexity) What is consciousness? Where does it come from? Simulation theory The problem with the multiverse Do human beings have a function/purpose? *Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal* Go to https://nordvpn.com/thirdeye to get up a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 4 months for free! It's completely risk-free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee!* *Support Third Eye Drops* For rewards and podcast extras, become a patron! Follow and review on Spotify Give us a psychic smooch by leaving us a 5 star review on apple pods!  

One Life One Chance with Toby Morse
Episode 182– Andrew Huberman, Ph.D. (neuroscientist/Stanford professor)

One Life One Chance with Toby Morse

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 160:48 Very Popular


In this episode Toby and bandmate Adam Blake sit down to have a chat with Stanford professor and neuroscientist Andrew Huberman, Ph.D.! From punk rock skater to professor, they touch on Andrew's upbringing and delve into his science background. For more info you can find Andrew @hubermanlab on Instagram and on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/andrewhubermanlab Please remember to rate, review and subscribe and visit us at https://www.youtube.com/tobymorseonelifeonechance