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This is the fourth and final post in the series on developing mindful presence. Here's Part One, Part Two, and Part Three. In Part Three we did a little mindfulness meditation to "tune-up" our mindfulness and concentration skills. Now we are going to distill that mindfulness meditation...

Most of our greatest joys and sorrows happen in our relationships with others. Imagine then: what if you could guide your mind to forgive, heal, and find greater happiness in your connections with others? The remarkable truth is that you can. Check out this sample audio of...

This is the third post in the series on developing mindful presence. Here's Part One and Part Two. Steady mindfulness requires overcoming the natural – and evolutionarily adaptive – tendency of mind to scan endlessly and think of new things. So the basic capacity to steady the...

I think you might like this sample from my audio program - Self-Directed Brain Change: Rewire Your Neural Pathways for Happiness and Resilience - a step-by-step program for retraining our neural structure out of "sheer survival" mode and into one of greater well-being, mental clarity,...

This is the second post in the series on mindful presence. You can view Part One here. So why should we go out of our way to develop mindfulness? Mindful presence feels good in its own right: relaxed, alert, and peaceful. Not contending with anything. No struggle. In...

I thought you might like to listen to a sample from my audio program - The Enlightened Brain: The Neuroscience of Awakening - in which I offer practical tools to reshape your brain for awakening. Enjoy! I'd love to hear your feedback about this audio excerpt in...

I had the pleasure of being interviewed on the Ask Dr. Nandi Show on the topic of Fear. I hope you enjoy it! When viewing, please enter password: nandi SHOW Ask Dr Nandi 363 Fear from Ask Dr. Nandi on Vimeo....

There's been a lot of research and clarification over the last several decades about how the brain makes the mind, and how the mind makes the brain, in a codependent, circular kind of way....

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