What Inspires Us.
Below is a showcase that we've assembled, which gives links to different videos and media that motivate us. All of these have had a significant impact on the way we see the world, and how that translates into our work.
Bruce Lipton, Ph.D. Part 1 of 3
Bruce Lipton, Ph.D. Part 2 of 3
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This is Your Brain on NeurOptimal®
NeurOptimal can help people in more ways than one, big and small. These testimonials illustrate just how many areas of their lives have improved because of their NeurOptimal training. As you watch, keep track of how many of these apply to you... you may be surprised!
The Neurons That Shaped Civilization
V.S. Ramachandran has been referred to by many as "The Marco Polo of Neuroscience". In this ground-breaking TED Talk, he discusses how Mirror Neurons, a subgroup of braincells have us learn by watching others completely outside of our conscious awareness. What are we defending if we don't know we learned it in the first place?
Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us.
We are in a new world of work which requires more brain and less muscle. Yet old style management still drives people hard by rewards and punishment. Old management does not manage the new work well. Learn the surprising truths about what motivates us when we engage our cognitive skills.
Sensory Deprivation and the Developing Brain
If V.S. Ramachandran is "The Marco Polo of Neuroscience," then James W. Prescott is "The Galileo of Neuropsychology." If you would like to know what separate violent from peaceful cultures, this is not to be missed. Be prepared to be blown away!
John Gottman: How to Build Trust in Your Marriage
The renowned marriage expert, who has spent decades conducting research on what makes marriages work well, explains that couples build trust in the small moments of a relationship, when we are emotionally attuned to our partner. Learn more tips on how to build trust at: greater good.berkeley.edu
Gratitude HD - Moving Art
Life is special. This is the video equivalent of slowing down and smelling the roses. Life is beautiful, and this narrated montage of music and art aims to make everyone a little more grateful.
AmpCoil: Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field Biofeedback
A growing field of research is showing that a common cause of many, many, chronic illnesses, including psychological disorders, is internal inflammation (see Functional Medicine). We are exploring the relationship of chronic inflammation with depression and anxiety using AmpCoil, which combines Bio-Resonance, Biofeedback, Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field Biofeedback, and Sound Technology to, as they say. “Cleanse, shift and transform.” We have it at Better Minds Group.
Putting the History of Earth Into Perspective
Your perspective depends upon where you hold the lens.