Not so directly related to IPNB, I found my self this week taking a larger, historical perspective. Monday, May 4, was the anniversary of Kent State. Alan Turing's 1936 paper literally gave birth to the Digital Age.Taking Wilson's--and by extension, Dan's--consilient view, my recollections do fit with a developmental view of how we got to where we are now.

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Free recording available until tonight:

Mindsight: The New Science of Personal Transformation with Daniel Siegel, PhD
Recorded on Feb 17, 2015

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Lots of interesting stuff here. Most recently (2/1/15), Bruce Ecker writes about memory and consolidation, and Matthew Dahlitz discusses neurobiologically informed psychotherapy.
The Neuropsychotherapist
The Neuropsychotherapist
neuropsychotherapist.com

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Dan explains "flipping your lid" using the hand model of the brain.

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As we develop awareness with a goal of integration -- both for ourselves and those with whom we work -- we might notice a hemispheric differentiation that's not always productive. If you close your eyes can you maintain an internal image of both your feet? Do you find yourself going back and forth?

Dan suggested in one class I had with him several years ago that having to go back and forth rather than seeing both feet concurrently may be indicative of some deficit in hemispheric integration. I've recently been using that image of both feet as a point of focus for mindful awareness practice.

I've linked Dan's Wheel of Awareness podcasts as a convenient starting place. What's your experience of imaging both feet?

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"This study shifts the focus of MR microscopy from noninvasive static imaging to dynamic investigations of activity in single cells and neuronal networks." --Abstract

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Didn't know if you knew about this NICABM webinar with Dr. Dan Siegel. It will be rebroadcast at 6:30 pm Eastern Standard Time tonight, and 11:00 am EST tomorrow morning. You have to sign up for the series to participate.

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Great price to see Dr. Siegel present Brainstorm; plus, 3 CEUs.

John, Thanks for pointing me here!  I look forward to joining the conversation!  I've purchased and skimmed Brainstorm, not yet read, but looking forward to it!  Jan

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Did anyone catch this, or know how to access it post-airtime? I missed it but found it curious how many parents commented below the post regarding their 20-something kids who aren't prepared for life. Any thoughts?
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