Self-awareness, self-regulation, and self-transcendence (S-ART): a framework for understanding the neurobiological mechanisms of mindfulness.
Nothing seems to move us quite like a little baby’s face, even if it is simply a photo of a baby. Researchers have discovered exactly why. what: our brains activate areas responsible for empathetic caregiving–to move, speak, and be of service. Read more
We all need to be mindful of toxic levels of stress in our daily life. Although thriving through-out the life cycle occurs when we allow ourselves manageable degrees of stress. The differentiation is vital. Read more
Psychology professor Alan Fogel, author of “Infancy: Infant, Family and Society” (now in its fifth printing) emphasizes that infant self-awareness is at first grounded in the body and its senses—it is “embodied”.
“Early social experience in particular has profound consequences for the developing nervous system.” Richard J. Davidson, Lab for Affective Neuroscience, University of Wisconsin-Madison