I AM 2021 – How the Four Facets of Human Transformation Create the Human Psyche
CBC Radio: Weekend Morning Show Interviews: Dr. Tataryn speaks about conflict in Covid
CBC Radio Weekend Morning Show Interviews: The Important Difference between Feelings and Emotions
CBC Radio WeekendÂ Morning Show Interviews: Feelings as the Language of Relationship
CBC Radio Weekend Morning Show Interviews: Eliminate Anxiety and Stress by Processing your Feelings
CBC Radio Weekend Morning Show Interviews: The Reasons Behind Inter-generational Conflict
CBC Radio Weekend Morning Show Interviews: Find the Feelings Behind Your Mind-Chatter
The Four Facets of Personal and Spiritual Development
What Role do Emotions Play in Meditation?
The Bio-Emotive Framework Fits nicely into Other Therapy Processes
ATTMind Ep. 26 Podcast with James Jesso: A Crash Course In Emotional Intelligence:
This is a podcast for moms who want to explore matters of the heart and find meaning in motherhood.
– Are you struggling with motherhood?
– Are you having a hard time during the postpartum period?
– Did you have a difficult, challenging, or traumatic childbirth experience?
– Do you want to learn more about postpartum mental health?
– Do you want to cultivate healthy thriving relationships?
This podcast includes both interviews by professionals in the field of maternal health and vulnerable stories shared by everyday moms.
This week I’m speaking with Dr. Douglas Tataryn. Doug has created an elegant and effective system for emotional healing and understanding.Â This work makes insights from years of study and practice as a clinical psychologist accessible to the everyone. In this conversation we will explore a simple technique for emotional clearing that you can begin practicing immediately, and look at how emotions play a role in meditation, human development, and cultural transformation.
Doug and I discuss how emotions obstruct concentration in meditation practice, the 9 core feelings, the difference between feelings and emotions, how crying is part of the natural healing sequence of the emotional brain, the role of language in accessing our feelings, the role of emotions in moving from traditional to modern to postmodern developmental stages, a developmental assessment of the social justice warrior phenomenon, the difference between functional and dysfunctional postmodernism, and how to deal with the deep gunk of our psyche.
In this special episode, Culadasa talks about the domains of meditation and psychotherapy, where their areas of effectiveness overlap and where they don’t. He also shares a powerful personal story of his own emotional processing work after awakening, why it was needed and how it helped.
Culadasa has been practicing Buddhist meditation for over four decades, and is the director of Dharma Treasure Buddhist Sangha, where he teaches meditation and Buddhism from a modern, progressive scientific perspective. His groundbreaking book, The Mind Illuminated is a modern road map to Buddhist meditation for a Western audience which combines age-old wisdom teachings of the Buddha with the latest research in cognitive psychology and neuroscience.
ATTMind Ep. 124: Podcast with James Jesso: The Four Facets of Human Transformation
Or watch it here on the James’s website with his summary of the content and how it relates to the first episode I did on his podcast.