Waking Up: The Neuroscience of Awareness
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Human beings are born with the incredible capacity to be self-aware or conscious, yet we spend very little time learning how consciousness impacts our human experience. Each week Waking Up will explore three principles of psychological functioning:
As we explore discuss these fundamental principles and the implications for our every day experience, we will also share relevant research in neuroscience and what the brain tells us about thriving, living and effortless success.
Jeanne Catherine-Gray started her business with NO MONEY. A stay at home mom with PTSD; going through a demanding and rigorous divorce process in Charlottesville, VA. Jeanne dreamed of sharing personal freedom and ease of mind with other human beings. Jeanne rented a space with NO IDEA of where the rent would come from. Deeply committed to transforming the landscape of contemporary psychology and its applications in the real world, Jeanne has successfully built a community of practitioners and provides training programs for coaches and therapists. Her voracious intellectual curiosity and comfort with listening for insight is complemented by her capacity for action, and genuine care for other human beings. Jeanne values a principle-based understanding that naturally improves listening and well-being; increasing peace of mind, community satisfaction and desirable outcomes. With twenty-four years of experience working with groups, Jeanne’s willingness to go straight to the heart of the problem, and not be afraid of anything, reaps great benefits at work (http://www.divineplay.com), as a host on the radio show, Waking Up: The Neuroscience of Awareness (http://www.ctrnetwork.com) and as a volunteer mediator & parent educator in Charlottesville, VA.
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