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Mindfulness based body awareness, listen on-line now.
The following track is a based on mindfulness of the body. It helps to focus your attention in the present through the senses. Mindfulness through your senses can help to reduce over thinking (or rumination), worry and anxiety.
A reminder to everybrain that we need to take care of that amazing equipment parked between our ears, because it rules our world. When it’s well fed and happy it’s like a playful puppy, but when it’s ignored, hungry or frightened, it misbehaves – naughty brain.
When you get a new pet, let’s say a puppy, you learn how to take care of it. You find out what it needs to be well and happy. You spend time playing with it. You probably buy the best food you can afford and the occasional treat…..
Books that may interest you
Assagioli, Roberto, Psychosynthesis, A collection of basic writings, Viking Press, New York, 1965
Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly, Flow: The psychology of optimal experience, Harper & Row, New York, 1990
Damasio, Antonio, Descartes’ error: emotion, reason and the human brain, Putnam, New York, 1994
Damasio, Antonio, The feeling of what happens: body, emotion and the making of consciousness, Vintage, London, 2000
Damasio, Antonio, The self comes to mind: constructing the conscious brain, Vintage, London, 2012
Feldenkrais, Moshe, Awareness through movement, Harper One, New York, 1990
Ferrucci, Piero, What we may be: Techniques for psychological and spiritual growth through psychosynthesis, Jeremy Tarcher Inc, Los Angeles, 1982
Gendlin, Eugene, Focusing, New York, Bantam Books, 1981
Hanson, Rick with Richard Mendius, Buddha’s brain: The practical neuroscience of happiness, love & wisdom, New Harbinger, Oakland, CA, 2009
Hassad, Craig, & McKenzie, Stephen, Mindfulness for Life. How to Use Mindfulness to Improve Your Life, Constable & Robinson Ltd, London, 2012
Kornfield, Jack, A path with heart: A guide through the perils and promises of spiritual life, New York, Bantam Books, 1993
Kramer, Gregory, Insight dialogue: The interpersonal path to freedom, Shambala, Boston & London, 2007
Kurtz, Ron, Body-centered psychotherapy: The Hakomi Method, Life Rhythm, Mendocino, CA, 1990
LeDoux, Joseph, The emotional brain: The mysterious underpinnings of emotional life, Phoenix, London, 1998
Levine, Peter, Waking the tiger: Healing trauma, North Atlantic Books, California, 1997 Ogden, Pat, Kekuni Minton & Clare Pain, Trauma and the body: A sensorimotor approach to psychotherapy, Norton & Co, New York & London, 2006
Perry, Bruce & Maia Szalavitz, The boy who was raised as a dog: And other stories from a child psychiatrist’s notebook, what traumatised children can teach us about loss, love and healing, Basic Books, New York, 2008
Perry, Bruce & Maia Szalavitz, Born for love: Why empathy is essential – and endangered, Harper Collins, New York, 2010
Rose, Steven, The 21st century brain: Explaining, mending and manipulating the mind, Random House, London, 2005
Rothschild, Babette, The body remembers: The psychophysiology of trauma and trauma treatment, Norton & Co, New York, 2000
Siegel, Dan The developing mind: How relationships and the brain interact to shape who we are, Guilford Press, New York, 2012
Siegel, Dan and Mary Hartzell, Parenting from the inside out : How a deeper self-understanding can help you raise children who thrive, New York : J.P. Tarcher/Penguin, 2004
Articles that may interest you
Fehr, B. and J. Russell, ‘Concept of emotion viewed from a prototype perspective’, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 113 (1984): 464
van der Kolk, Bessel, ‘The body keeps the score: Memory & the evolving psychobiology of post traumatic stress, Harvard Review of Psychiatry, 1994, 1(5), 253–265 Wylie,
Mary Sykes, ‘The limits of talk: Bessel van der Kolk wants to transform the treatment of trauma’, Psychotherapy Networker, 28 Jan/Feb 2004: 30–41This content is for members only.
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