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Beautifully shot in Paris, London, Manhattan, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, "How To Treat Depression With Mindfulness Meditation" contains six talks and six easy meditations that will give you natural and practical tools to alleviate stress, cultivate peace of mind, and alleviate the symptoms of depression.
In this course you will learn what the clinical definition of depression is, how that definition has evolved over time, why your mind clings to negative thoughts, and how you can use meditation to gain fresh perspectives life and make healthier happier choices everyday.
Additionally, there is a section on Attachment Theory that many people find fascinating because scientific studies have shown that our connections and the way we "attach" to other people correlates strongly with our happiness. Thus, Attachment Theory can shine a light onto our relationship dynamics that we can then adjust in order to show up authentically in relationships and stop pushing people away from us.
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|Section 1: What are the root causes of mood disorders such as anxiety and depression?|
Learn the clinical definition of depression and how to understand depression in other ways.
|Section 2: How Our Minds Operate|
How Our Minds Operate
|Section 3: Reframing depression|
|Section 4: Discernment vs. Judgment|
Discernment vs. Judgment
|Section 5: Uncertainty|
|Section 6: What is Vedanta?|
What is Vedanta?
Ira Israel is a Licensed Psychotherapist, a Licensed Counselor, and a Certified Yoga Therapist. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and holds graduate degrees in Psychology, Philosophy, and Religious Studies. He is the creator of the "Meditation Made Easy" app and leads "Cultivating Meaning and Happiness through Mindfulness and Yoga" workshops at the Esalen Institute twice a year.