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Tuesday, 8 December 2015

Buddha's Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love and Wisdom - New

Today’s unprecedented meeting of modern brain science and ancient contemplative wisdom offers you powerful new tools for changing the neural wiring and neurochemistry of the brain.
In this seminar recording, learn how to use contemplative neuroscience in down-to-earth ways to:
-          Describe major mechanisms of neuroplasticity
-          Explain how to build self-compassion into the brain
-          Stimulate and strengthen the neural circuits of empathy
-          Summarize the three basic steps of “taking in the good” (TIG)
-          Integrate the fourth step of TIG to heal painful experiences
-          Help clients become more mindful
-          Explain how to activate contentment, belonging and peace

BUDDHA'S BRAIN: THE PRACTICAL NEUROSCIENCE OF HAPPINESS, LOVE AND WISDOM
http://www.psychotherapydvds.com/Buddhas-Brain-The-Practical-Neuroscience-of-Happiness-Love-and-Wisdom
3 DVDs, Certificate for 6 CPD Hours. 

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