Chris is the current President of the United States Association of Body Psychotherapy, the hub of somatic psychology.
Lisa Danylchuk is a licensed psychotherapist and yoga teacher trainer whose specialty is bringing yoga into trauma treatment.
Georgi is a therapist and spiritual psychologist.
Stephen is a Distinguished University Scientist at Indiana University, where he is the founding director of the Traumatic Stress Research Consortium within the Kinsey Institute.
Illusory experience isn’t inherently problematic. The question is whether or not we can access the part of us that has some awareness of entering into or experiencing illusion. In other words, is there a part that can offer needed reality checks, helping us stay curious about an illusory experience without conviction of its veracity?
The language of image is one we speak every night as we dream. It just takes a little prompting for us to be able to develop our latent facility with this language. Simple questions, such as “What does this image remind you of?” open the messages from images in powerful ways.
Joakim is a PhD candidate at the University of Bergen.
Christine is a psychotherapist and author of “Bodyfulness.”
Amit is a quantum physicist and retired professor of the University of Oregon.
A fascinating conversation with four teachers of wisdom and psychotherapy.
PTSD is a body/mind illness diagnosed in military and civilian populations worldwide.
It has been unfashionable for veterans returning home from war to talk about the effect their experiences during the war has had on them.
Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome is a surprisingly pervasive disorder suffered by hundreds of thousands of people in the United States alone.
The central mystery of human life is consciousness.
The latest research showed that changes in gut microbiota could affect the brain’s physiological, behavioral, and cognitive functions.