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#5 – Posted Monday February, 22nd 2021

The Gift of Deep Listening

In this Psychology Today article, Jessie Stern, PhD and Rachel Samson, M.Psych share the value and impact of deep listening by offering some helpful tips. How your presence and attention can impact those you love.

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#4 – Posted Tuesday February, 16th 2021

Speak to Me in French

In this podcast episode
Speak to Me in French by Where should We Begin? with Esther Perel

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#3 – Posted Monday February, 8th 2021

Dafna Lender on the Power of Play in Parenting

In this week’s Inspired Evolution Podcast, Amrit and Dafna have a deep conversation about the power of play and laughter in parenting. A rich conversation about the power that play has to connect and have a harmonious relationship, to find a moment of hope and heal past trauma, and to live in this world as our own true self.

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#2 – Posted Monday February, 8th 2021

Musical Language

In this hour of Radiolab, it examines the line between language and music.

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#1 – Posted Friday December, 11th 2020

Stephen Porges on "The COVID-19 Pandemic is a Paradoxical Challenge to Our Nervous System: A Polyvagal Perspective"

As the COVID-19 crisis challenges the fabric of our society, we look to our science to understand how the crisis is influencing our mental and physical health, how we perceive the world, and the way we interact with others. Polyvagal Theory provides a neurobiological model to explain how the crisis elicits threat-related responses, disrupts our capacity to regulate our behavioral and emotional states, interferes with our optimism, and compromises our ability to trust and feel safe with another.

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