Dr. Dan Siegel, professor of psychiatry at UCLA School of Medicine, has given 4 TedTalks, authored the NY Times best-seller Brainstorm, and pioneered the field of Interpersonal Neurobiology.
In this interview, we discuss:
- How compassion and kindness are as important to the brain as the breath is to life
- How parenting can lead us towards self-compassion and receptivity as opposed to reactivity
- How being honest and present in whatever is happening is good for ourselves and the world
- How we can break the vicious cycle of a lack of compassion in men.
- How compassion can help us embrace the uncertainty of living in the moment
- Where and why Dr. Siegel gives away for free awareness and compassion practices–www.drdansiegel.com
If you don’t already know who Dan Siegel is, I suggest checking out his website: drdansiegel.com
So cool you’re doing this Kozo! Thank you and Namaste _/l\_
I wasn’t familiar with Dr. Siegel. I’ll have to check out his site.
This is wonderful, Kozo. I actually carved some time out just so I could sit and listen to what you both had to say.
Dr. Dan seems like such an amazing person full of intelligence & empathy.
I can’t wait to watch this, Kozo. I can’t comment and watch at the same time because it cuts out on me 😀