Session I: Presence and the Social Brain

Session I: Presence and the Social Brain

Mindfulness, Mindsight, and a Healthy Mind Daniel J. Siegel Mindsight Institute Mind Your Brain, Inc., (c) 2016 MINDFULNESS: Mindful Awareness A form of awareness that comes from paying attention, on purpose, non-judgmentally to the

present moment Mindful Practice involves: Focusing Attention on Intention Awareness of Awareness itself Training the Mind to focus on inner experience

Differentiating Sensory Awareness from Observing/Narrating Awareness and Linking with Attentional Practice Mind Your Brain, Inc., (c) 2016 Mindfulness: Using the focus of attention to transform

The Brain (Davidson et al) (Lazar et al) The Immune System (Davidson et al) Sense of Well-Being (Kabat-Zinn et al) Physician Burn-Out (Reduction: Epstein, et al)

Attention (Jha, et al) Relational Function (Shapiro, et al) Epigenetic Regulation (Fredrickson, et al) Telomerase Levels (Epel, et al) Mind Your Brain, Inc., (c) 2016 Mindsight: Insight Empathy and

Integration Mind Your Brain, Inc., (c) 2016 WHAT CONNECTS RELATIONSHIPS, MIND, AND BODY/BRAIN? MIND RELATIONSHIPS

Mind Your Brain, Inc., (c) 2016 (EMBODIED) BRAIN RELATIONSHIPS: SHARING BRAIN: THE EMBODIED MECHANISM MIND: An EMERGENT, SELF-ORGANIZING PROCESS emerging FROM and also

REGULATING the FLOW OF ENERGY AND INFORMATION within the Body and within our Relationships Mind Your Brain, Inc., (c) 2016 A Working Definition of a core aspect of the Mind An Embodied and Relational Self-Organizing Emergent Process that Regulates the

Flow of Energy and Information (An Emergent Property arises from the interactions of elements of a systemi.e. from the flow of energy within embodied neural activity and relational communication) Mind Your Brain, Inc., (c) 2016 Mindfulness, Mindsight and Health: Presence What does it mean to be present? Why is presence one of the most important

aspects of our interpersonal relationships? How does presence increase telomerase, improve epigenetic regulation, and enhance immune function? What is the connection among presence, attunement, resonance and trust (PART)? Mind Your Brain, Inc., (c) 2016 Integration: A simple but powerful framework

Integration is: The LINKAGE of D I FFE R E N T IAT E D Parts Mind Your Brain, Inc., (c) 2016 The River of Integration

Mind Your Brain, Inc., (c) 2016 Middle Prefrontal Functions Bodily Regulation Attuned Communication Emotional Balance Fear Extinction

Flexibility Insight Empathy Morality Intuition Mind Your Brain, Inc., (c) 2016 Mind Your Brain, Inc., (c) 2016

STRENGTHENING THE MIND: Enhancing Regulation: Monitoring Modulating Mind Your Brain, Inc., (c) 2016 Major Mindsight Principles Mind viewed as a self-organizing emergent property or process that REGULATES energy

and information flow The mind is both EMBODIED and RELATIONAL Regulation entails MONITORING and MODIFYING Harmony emerges from integrationthe linkage of differentiated elements of a system Chaos and/or Rigidity result from impaired integration Mind Your Brain, Inc., (c) 2016

The Wheel of Awareness MindYour YourBrain, Brain, Inc., Inc., (c) Mind (c)2016 2015

The Plane of Possibility Mind Your Brain, Inc., (c) 2016 SELF: Singular Noun or Plural Verb? Mind Your Brain, Inc., (c) 2016

MWe Mind Your Brain, Inc., (c) 2016 Integration Made Visible Is Kindness and Compassion Mind Your Brain, Inc., (c) 2016

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