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Taking in the Good course

Taking in the Good course


The audio recordings in this set are from the Taking in the Good course taught by neuropsychologist and author, Rick Hanson, PhD.
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  • Taking in the Good course (class 1 of 8)

    The Enchanted Loom

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    Week 1 of the course Taking in the Good: Weaving Peace, Happiness, and Love into Your Brain and Yourself.

    This first class addresses brain basics, including how the mind changes the brain, getting on your own side, and self-compassion.

    • 2012-03-14
    • 01:15:44
  • Taking in the Good course (class 2 of 8)

    The Power of Mindfulness

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    Week 2 of the course Taking in the Good: Weaving Peace, Happiness, and Love into Your Brain and Yourself.

    This class looks at the critical role of attention in changing the brain, neurological diversity: from “turtles” to “jackrabbits,” and brain-savvy ways to deepen mindfulness.

    • 2012-03-21
    • 01:36:02
  • Taking in the Good course (class 3 of 8)

    The Good Brain

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    Week 3 of the course Taking in the Good: Weaving Peace, Happiness, and Love into Your Brain and Yourself.

    This class deals with the reptile, mammal, and primate/human layers of the brain that evolved to meet our three fundamental needs: avoiding harms, approaching rewards, and attaching to others.

    • 2012-03-28
    • 01:31:08
  • Taking in the Good course (class 4 of 8)

    Resourcing Yourself

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    Week 4 of the course Taking in the Good: Weaving Peace, Happiness, and Love into Your Brain and Yourself.

    This class focuses on the importance of inner resources, and turning toward the good facts in the world, relationships, and yourself. Working with methods of clearing obstructions to taking in the good.

    • 2012-04-04
    • 01:23:35
  • Taking in the Good course (class 5 of 8)

    Filling the Hole in Your Heart

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    Week 5 of the course Taking in the Good: Weaving Peace, Happiness, and Love into Your Brain and Yourself.

    This class deals with how losses and wounds affect us. Key “antidote experiences” for disturbances in the brain’s avoiding, approaching, and attaching systems. How to pair positive and negative experiences to heal distress and dysfunction.

    • 2012-04-11
    • 01:37:18
  • Taking in the Good course (class 6 of 8)

    From "Hatred" to Peace

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    Week 6 of the course Taking in the Good: Weaving Peace, Happiness, and Love into Your Brain and Yourself.

    This class, guest-taught by Cassandra Vieten, PhD, focuses on activating the calming, soothing parasympathetic nervous system, building inner strength, feeling safer, managing aversion to what’s unpleasant, and giving no one cause to fear you.

    • 2012-04-18
    • 01:24:42
  • Taking in the Good course (class 7 of 8)

    From "Greed" to Happiness

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    Week 7 of the course Taking in the Good: Weaving Peace, Happiness, and Love into Your Brain and Yourself.

    This class deals with neural nodes of liking and wanting, managing grasping for what’s pleasant, taking in goal attainment, and feeling glad, grateful, and fulfilled.

    • 2012-04-25
    • 01:26:59
  • Taking in the Good course (class 8 of 8)

    From Heartache to Love

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    Week 8 of the course Taking in the Good: Weaving Peace, Happiness, and Love into Your Brain and Yourself.

    This final class of this series focuses on healthy narcissistic supplies, managing longing for what’s intimate, feeling seen, included, valued, and loved, and why a healthy brain is a benevolent one.

    • 2012-05-02
    • 01:36:21
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