Sounds True Presents: Practicing Mindsight, Part 2

Dr. Dan Siegel on the Most Powerful Discoveries in the Fields of Mindfulness and the Brain
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  • Lectures 14
  • Length 2.5 hours
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About This Course

Published 3/2016 English

Course Description

Mindsight is a technique that was developed by Dr. Daniel J. Siegel, who is a pioneer in the emerging field of interpersonal neurobiology.

Dr. Siegel has used scientific research from various fields, from psychology to attachment theory, in order to develop new insights and approaches that help people heal themselves from past traumas and overcome present obstacles.

The Mindsight technique is based in science and practicing the techniques gives you the power to change the way that your mind works for the better.

This course gives you the opportunity to explore Mindsight, and learn how to change your inner world so you can enhance your outer world.

Begin Implementing the Mindsight Approach to Personal Transformation

  • Discover the Four Streams of Awareness
  • Implement the Wheel of Awareness Practice
  • Explore the Eight Domains of Integration
  • Use Mindsight to Change Your Mind and Brain


Release Old Mental Habits and Traumas to Enhance Your Present Moments
In this course, you’ll deeply explore, in a practical way, how you can promote integration between brain and mind.

As you implement this Mindsight practice in your daily life, you’ll begin to shift the physical structure of the brain and improve the way that your mind works.

Ultimately, you’ll enhance your relationship with yourself and with others.

You’ll also develop resilience, release fear, and focus on the positive aspects of your life from one moment to the next.

Contents and Overview
You’ll start this course with an introduction into the Eight Domains of Integration and the Four Streams of Awareness.

These lectures will allow you to fully understand how you can use mindfulness practice in a whole new way to transform your mind in the present while releasing past traumas.

When ready, you’ll try the Wheel of Awareness practice, which is a mindfulness meditation that focuses on the breath and brings you into the present. This is a tool you can use daily to transform your mind.

Then you’ll move through each of the domains of integration so you can fully understand how to begin using them to change the mind and brain.

You’ll also discover how to enhance neuroplasticity in the brain through exercise, sleep, healthy eating, supplementation, and meditation that intensely focuses your attention.

Once you understand how the left and right brain are connected and how they are different, you’ll cover what memory is and how it also affects the brain.

Dr. Siegel helps you further comprehend the way the mind works by delving into how subjective experience and neural firing are connected yet separate, how to use Mindsight to improve relationships, and how time affects the mind.    

By the time you complete this course, you’ll know how to apply these scientific lessons to actually create healing with yourself or others.

You’ll be able to recognize the lessons of the past, be open to the present, and chart your future with a mind that’s clear, healthy, and positive

What are the requirements?

  • No prior experience or education is required to take this course. All you need is an Internet connection to access the lectures.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Use the Mindsight technique to change the way the mind and brain operate
  • Practice mindfulness meditation to tap into the present moment
  • Understand the Eight Domains of Integration and how they can help promote harmony in your life
  • Discover what you can do to keep your mind fresh and prevent yourself from getting stuck in behavior ruts

What is the target audience?

  • Anyone interested in learning how to change the mind and rewire the brain
  • Therapists who want to help their clients heal trauma
  • Anyone who wants to deepen their relationships with others

What you get with this course?

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

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Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: The Eight Domains of Integration, Part One
08:13

Topics covered:

  • The integration of consciousness, attention, and awareness
  • Learning how to cultivate discernment or nonjudgmental awareness for longer and longer periods of time
  • The left shift in the brain and how it affects immune function
10:37

Topics covered:

  • The four streams of awareness promoted by mindfulness—SOCK: Sensory, Observing, Conceptual and non-conceptual Knowing
  • The five bodily senses
  • The sixth sense: The sense of the interior of the body
  • The seventh sense: Being aware of thoughts, feelings, images, etc.
  • The eighth sense: Your relational sense to others and your environment
  • An introduction to the Wheel of Awareness Practice
  • Awareness is separate from what you are aware of
  • The difference between mindfulness and relaxation
22:14

Topics covered:

  • Guided Wheel of Awareness Practice
13:03

Topics covered:

  • The benefits of mindfulness practices in treating the onset of bipolar disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder (in conjunction with aerobic exercise, sleep, hygiene, dietary changes, and supplements to develop the hub of the mind)
  • The first domain of integration: Consciousness
22:36

Topics covered:

  • The second domain of integration: Bilateral integration of the brain
  • The left and right modes of the brain
Section 1 Study Questions
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Section 2: The Eight Domains of Integration, Part Two
12:54

Topics covered:

  • The difficulties of thinking about male and female differences on the individual level
  • The third domain of integration: Bodily awareness
  • Guided awareness exercise: The “Yes” and “No” exercise
  • Using Mindsight to see and change from reactivity to receptivity
12:49

Topics covered:

  • The fourth domain of integration: Memory
  • The six aspects of memory
  • The importance of dual focus in healing negative emotional memories
  • Why flashbacks do not lead to healing
06:01

Topics covered:

  • The fifth domain of integration: Narrative
  • Creating meaning from your past experiences
  • The “ABCDE” of meaning
  • Choosing not to be a prisoner of the past
04:39

Topics covered:

  • The sixth domain of integration: State
  • The two sides of human experience: Subjective and neurofiring
  • “Self states”
  • Interstate and intrastate integration
  • The state of “We”
20:44

Topics covered:

  • The seventh domain of integration: Interpersonal
  • Does the mind need a brain?
  • The relationship between interpersonal integration, attachment, and synaptic functioning
  • The varieties of integration, attachment, and narrative
09:50

Topics covered:

  • The eighth domain of integration: Temporal
  • The brain's ability to mask the inevitable fact of death
  • The eighth domain and obsessive compulsive disorder
  • Transpiration: Breathing across all domains of integration
  • A permeable sense of self
  • A sense that the planet is our home
Section 2 Study Questions
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Section 3: BONUS MATERIAL
BONUS: Learn More from Dan Siegel
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Instructor Biography

Sounds True, Publisher of book, audio, and video titles in the fields of self-development, personal growth, and spirituality

Sounds True was founded in 1985 by Tami Simon with a clear mission: to disseminate spiritual wisdom. Since starting out as a project with one woman and her tape recorder, we have grown into a multimedia publishing company with more than 80 employees, a library of more than 600 titles featuring some of the leading teachers and visionaries of our time, and an ever-expanding family of customers from across the world. In more than two decades of growth, change, and evolution, Sounds True has maintained its focus on its overriding purpose, as summed up in our Vision Statement:

Sounds True exists to inspire, support, and serve personal transformation and spiritual awakening.

Sounds True is an independent multimedia publishing company that embraces the world's major spiritual traditions, as well as the arts and humanities, embodied by the leading authors, teachers, and visionary artists of our time. Our approach to publishing is not dependent on a single format or technology—rather, we strive with every title to preserve the essential "living wisdom" of the author, artist, or spiritual teacher. It is our goal to create products that not only provide information to a reader or listener, but that also embody the essential quality of a wisdom transmission between a teacher and a student.

Throughout the years, Sounds True has developed a guiding philosophy that we call "multiple bottom lines." Our dedication to this principle is embodied in our Mission Statement:

The mission of Sounds True is to find teachers and artists who serve as a gateway to spiritual awakening and to produce, publish, and distribute their work with beauty, intelligence, and integrity. We treat our authors, vendors, and partners in the same way we would want to be treated. We work flexibly and efficiently together to create a cooperative, loving environment that honors respectful authenticity and individual growth. We maintain a healthy level of profitability so that we are an independent and sustainable employee-owned organization.

The three essential bottom lines for Sounds True are the integrity of our purpose, the well-being of our people, and the maintaining of healthy profits. All three of these priorities are important in the decisions we make as a company. It is our conviction that each of these bottom lines must be healthy for the company to prosper as a whole.

In our history as a publisher, Sounds True has produced a wide variety of formats in order to fulfill our goal of disseminating spiritual wisdom.

Instructor Biography

Dan Siegel, Bestselling Author, Neuropsychiatrist, Mindsight Educator

Daniel J. Siegel, MD, currently serves as the director of the Mindsight Institute and co-director of the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center. A graduate of Harvard Medical School, Dr. Siegel is the author of The Mindful Brain and Parenting from the Inside Out. His internationally acclaimed bestselling text, The Developing Mind, has been utilized by a number of organizations including the U.S. Department of Justice, the Vatican, and more. Dr. Siegel is the founding editor of the Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology.

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