20 Feb Being Well Podcast: Dealing With The Mind
On this episode, Dr. Rick Hanson explains the three ways we can skillfully ‘deal with’ our complicated minds. This includes practical ways to truly be with our experience, let go of negative thoughts and feelings, and plant new flowers in the garden of the mind.
0:30: What do we mean by ‘dealing with the mind?’
3:00: The three ways to deal with the mind
4:50: Why the mind is like a garden
7:00: How mindfulness applies to dealing with the mind
9:30: Why intervention can be diagnostic
11:00: How to practically work through negative material
12:45: How is opening to your ‘experience’ different from opening to your ‘trip’?
14:45: Why the mind is like a septic tank
16:20: Sensing beneath the surface of the mind
19:45: Language, planning, and the brain
22:15: Experiencing things ‘out’
23:10: Being kind to yourself
24:00: How do we get ‘good things’ into the brain?
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