Mindsight, Interpersonal Neurobiology and How The Relationships We Form Shape Our Brains w/ Dr. Dan Siegel

[powerpress] Daniel J. Siegel, M.D. is a pioneer in the field called interpersonal neurobiology (The Developing Mind, 1999) which seeks the similar patterns that arise from separate approaches to knowledge. This interdisciplinary field invites all branches of science and other ways of knowing to come together and find the common principles from within their often disparate approaches to understanding human experience.
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  1. Thanks for this post it reminds me of snhmteiog I preach, but often forget to practise.It seems that every day I recommit to being honest in my writing and communicating with integrity, sharing my journey as it happens, but then I find myself putting off writing another blog entry until I’ve figured it out’.There’s a great quote by Andre Gide Believe those who are seeking truth. Doubt those who find it. Although I’ve been learning about Tantric meditation, spirituality and personal growth for years, I’m only now stepping out of my shell to start sharing my knowledge, and even now (especially now) I still have trouble approaching people, believing I don’t know enough. However, these messy moments, when you’re searching for your answer, are sometimes the most valuable for others on the same path, whether or not we have the answers. And, once we have the answers, they often simply raise more questions, and take us on an even greater journey.If we’re truly seeking’, we’ll always be seeking, so not having all the answers is nothing to be ashamed of.I guess this is just my long-winded way of saying thank you so thank you

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