Stanford’s Beth Darnall, PhD on Pain Catastrophizing

Stanford’s Beth Darnall, PhD on Pain Catastrophizing

So, in the overview segment, I was describing how thoughts and emotions have the capacity to influence pain, either for better or for worse, our thoughts and our feelings influence or experience of pain. And I want to talk very specifically about a psychological construct …

Guided Meditation – Reality (2019)

Guided Meditation – Reality (2019)

I have a few affirmations for you and some messages, for thought consideration, and a guided meditation. But before we dig in, let me introduce myself. I am a Lightworker, that’s somebody who has a meditation practice of sending light and love to the whole …

10 COLLEGE STUDENT MISTAKES to Avoid

10 COLLEGE STUDENT MISTAKES to Avoid

College, or University, based on where you live in the world, can be some of the best years of your life. Newfound freedom, self-expression, and personal growth are some of the things you have to look forward to. But most college students commit a slew …

Psychology & Spirituality: Interview with a PhD | Nurse Stefan

– [Stefan] So Stephen, welcome. Why don’t you tell me a little bit about yourself and, kind of, your professional journey. – [Stephen] I am now retired from being a licensed clinical psychologist, 47 years of experience. Before I retired, I got my Masters and …

The Future of Wellbeing: A Conversation with Deepak Chopra

The Future of Wellbeing: A Conversation with Deepak Chopra

[MUSIC PLAYING] MICHELLE A. WILLIAMS: Good morning. AUDIENCE: Good morning. MICHELLE A. WILLIAMS: Welcome to The Forum at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. I’m Michelle Williams, dean of the faculty here at the school, and I’m delighted to see you all here …

Reflections | EP 02 – Sami Yusuf & Dr Tim Winter

Reflections | EP 02 – Sami Yusuf & Dr Tim Winter

– I think growing thirst for spirituality, for some kind of sense that beyond the amazing structure of time and space and causality in the world and the beauty of the universe, there must be something going on there because it’s just too amazing. (music) …

FEELING BLUE? Mental Health at Cambridge University | Documentary

FEELING BLUE? Mental Health at Cambridge University | Documentary

You know, there’s this great… I have it pinned up somewhere somewhere on my wall this bit from ‘Under the Volcano’ by Malcolm Lowry. It has this wonderful excerpt from it on on being in Cambridge sort of being almost sort of seasick from from …

Mindfulness research probes depression benefits

Mindfulness research probes depression benefits

mindfulness is really the practice of being aware of what’s going on in the moment some people add you know without judging it so just really observing and then the practice of meditation is a more you know kind of structured disciplined practice often with …

How Meditation Can Reshape Our Brains: Sara Lazar at TEDxCambridge 2011

How Meditation Can Reshape Our Brains: Sara Lazar at TEDxCambridge 2011

Translator: Aura Raducan Reviewer: Elisabeth Buffard Good morning. So when I was in graduate school, I was a runner, and a friend and I decided that we’re going to run the Boston Marathon. And so we started training and we overtrained, and I developed knee …

OSHO Evening Meeting – Part 2: The Art of Listening

OSHO Evening Meeting – Part 2: The Art of Listening

presents Dr. John Andrews Part 2 OSHO Evening Meeting The Art of Listening and then I went and did a research project because I really wanted to understand I looked for every single reference I could find of OSHO speaking on OSHO speaking. What’s actually …