Grow 12 inner strengths for lasting resilience, calm, and confidence with Dr. Hanson’s flagship course. Spend 1 hour a week on your guided path with a new video talk, guided practice, and quiz, plus guest-expert interviews, creative activities, and weekly reminders.
Build a happier, healthier mind in a minute or two a day with 57 brief practices – each focusing on just one thing – that will gradually change your brain for the better so you can handle the challenges of everyday life with greater ease, inner strength, and confidence.
Anxiety, fear, and worry are normal reactions, but they don’t have to be your constant companions. Let go of anxiety and grow a greater sense of calm, strength, and being protected and supported by other people with these 5 powerful practices from Dr. Rick Hanson.
Explore and develop seven ways of being that are both hallmarks of the highest forms of human development and at the core of who you already are. Through these seven powerful practices, you’ll feel increasingly centered in your fundamental goodness, enoughness, and wakefulness.
Take charge of the structure-building process of your own brain and learn how to activate positive experiences, prolong and enrich them, and then heighten their absorption into emotional memory – so you can heal old wounds and have more to offer others.
Apply the powerful methods of Positive Neuroplasticity to clinical, educational, and personal growth settings. This 12-part course will teach you how to activate positive experiences, heighten their absorption into emotional memory, and use those methods in your work with others.
Based on the bestselling book, Buddha’s Brain, this app will show you how to rewire your brain over time, including how to:
Your brain is the foundation of your well-being, relationships, and actions. If you can change your brain, you can change your life.
A simple practice each week that will bring you more joy, more fulfilling relationships, and more peace of mind and heart.
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