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- Analyze and discuss different ways to use the power of neuroplasticity.
- Recognize how the mind changes the brain.
- Identify the link between empathy for yourself and empathy for others.
- Demonstrate practices for strengthening and expressing compassion and kindness.
- Apply willpower to compassion.
- Prepare to find your own way to contribute to the larger whole.
Practical Neuroscience for Transformation
For the first time, we now have scientific evidence that we can consciously rewire our own brain to cultivate compassion, kindness, and love. With The Compassionate Brain, neuropsychologist Dr. Rick Hanson, author of Buddha’s Brain, presents an eight-part video series that explores the most powerful and effective ways you can create positive, lasting changes in your brain—and your life.
What You Will Receive:
- Eight Video Sessions
Dr. Rick Hanson speaks with seven leading scholars and teachers on neuroscience or meditation to explore the research and practices that support you in reshaping your brain for compassion and happiness. The entire series is yours to keep and enjoy.
Each session, Dr. Hanson joins a leading scholar or teacher to investigate our growing understanding of the way meditation practice can affect our neurobiology. Together they discuss the research behind neuroplasticity—our natural capacity to change the neural pathways in our brain—and examine which meditation practices seem to have the most positive effect on the human nervous system. Dr. Hanson and his guests will explore valuable insights, discoveries, and techniques—with a focus on practices that help us to create lasting changes in the way we react to and perceive the world.
The Compassionate Brain Topics and Guests:
- Session 1: How the Mind Changes the Brain
With Dr. Richie Davidson, professor of psychology at the University of Wisconsin and co-editor of The Asymmetrical Brain
- Session 2: Mindfulness of Oneself and Others
With Dr. Daniel Siegel, executive director of the Mindsight Institute and author of Mindsight: The New Science of Personal Transformation
- Session 3: Cultivating a Forgiving Heart
With Dr. Tara Brach, founder of the Insight Meditation Community of Washington and author of Radical Acceptance: Embracing Your Life with the Heart of a Buddha
- Session 4: The Evolution of Compassion: From Gene to Meme
With Dr. Dacher Keltner, professor of psychology at the University of California, Berkeley and author of Born to Be Good: The Science of a Meaningful Life
- Session 5: Balancing Compassion and Assertiveness
With Dr. Kelly McGonigal, senior teacher and consultant for the Stanford Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education and author of The Willpower Instinct: How Self-Control Works, Why It Matters, and What You Can Do to Get More of It
- Session 6: The Power of Self-Compassion
With Dr. Kristin Neff, professor of human development and culture at the University of Texas, Austin and author of Self-Compassion: Stop Beating Yourself Up and Leave Insecurity Behind
- Session 7: Compassion in the Wider World
With Dr. Jean Houston, co-founder of The Foundation for Mind Research and author of The Possible Human: A Course in Enhancing Your Physical, Mental, and Creative Abilities
- Session 8: At Home in the Heart—Practical Takeaways from This Series
Dr. Rick Hanson wraps up the series, summarizing the key insights and the practical steps we can take to make real changes in our lives.
Discover the Power of Self-Directed Neuroplasticity
“Perhaps the most valuable result of our new discoveries about neuroplasticity,” says Dr. Rick Hanson, “is that it helps us bring our brain into harmony with the greatest virtues of our heart.” With The Compassionate Brain video event series, Dr. Rick Hanson invites you to join him and his seven guests to explore the profound implications of this cutting-edge science—and how you can use it to guide your own transformation.
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Review for The Compassionate Brain Review by Alby Q
Very stimulating. Excellent interviewees and excellent interviewer! (Posted on October 6, 2013)
Review for The Compassionate Brain Review by Rochelle
So beautiful, so inspiring and informative. Thank you Rick, Thank you Sounds True. (Posted on July 12, 2013)
Review for The Compassionate Brain Review by Karin Wandrei, Phd, LCSW
This is a fantastic course! Rick is an excellent interviewer and his interviewees are truly experts in their areas. While the visual and sound quality was not ideal because it was a webinar, it was still worth doing and has impacted on me already both professionally and personally. Thank you for making this wonderful gift freely available! (Posted on March 9, 2013)
Review for The Compassionate Brain Review by paulette m
Principles and concepts illuminating and helpful both in private life and professional practice. (Posted on February 5, 2013)
Review for The Compassionate Brain Review by sand c
Excellent. Stars in the field. Very enjoyable and economical to boot. Please offer more in these areas.
Five star! (Posted on February 5, 2013)
Review for The Compassionate Brain Review by Norman P
Wonderful course, practical, stimulating, leading on...
Continuing education post test was loaded with factoids and not the important points of the contributors. Suggest you find another institution to grand CEUs (Posted on January 15, 2013)
Review for The Compassionate Brain Review by gina
The exploration into the compassionate brain led by Rick Hanson was powerfully felt. The recordings have allowed me to continue listening so I can digest every morsel from each session. I have benefited from the application personally and professionally. (Posted on January 6, 2013)
Review for The Compassionate Brain Review by M. Cay Welsh, PhD
I am very grateful for having the opportunity to receive this valuable information. The participants are the tops in their field and the format was informal, yet informative. The interviews prompted me to go back and reread the books of the presenters with whom I was already familiar. It also spurred me to read the research of the presenters whose work I had not read previously. I appreciate the balance of published scientific research and applied clinical strategies.
To Rick Hanson and the Sounds True personnel, thank you for your good work. (Posted on December 26, 2012)
Review for The Compassionate Brain Review by Will B
I am 80 years old and wish I would have had this brain information when younger in my practise. (Posted on December 26, 2012)
Review for The Compassionate Brain Review by Judy G
The series was/is invaluable to me. Each speaker offered such insight into compassion and its practice. The CE units were affordable, and I enthused about the course to friends without reservation of any kind.
A highlight for me was Rick Hanson's PRACTICE of compassion near the middle of the series when he experienced challenge and exercised self-compassion and compassionate speech in what I perceived as "incoming" situational stress. Thanks, Sounds True and thanks Rick Hanson for such good stuff shared generously. (Posted on December 6, 2012)
The Compassionate Brain: CE Credits
|Contents||8 CE Credits|
|Date Published||October 01, 2012|