Harvard psychologist and senior meditation master Dr. Daniel P. Brown describes historical occurrences of social distancing in the U.S. and the significant negative effects that can result from such events. Dan and Terry then explore a variety of proven practices for counteracting fear, helplessness, and a lack of social connection during periods of social distancing.
Dan is a prominent Western psychologist on the faculty of Harvard Medical School for over 38 years and he is a senior meditation master who trained with top Indo-Tibetan Bon & Buddhist lamas for nearly 50 years. He’s made lasting contributions to the fields of trauma, neuroscience, peak performance, meditation practice, and ancient yoga.
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For more information on Dr. Daniel P. Brown and Terry Patten, check out the following resources:
- Dan Brown’s organization Pointing Out the Great Way: https://pointingoutway.org/
- The Attachment Project (mentioned in the episode): https://www.attachmentproject.com/
- Dan Brown’s course website: https://mindonly.com/
- Special Discount of 25% off until April 15, 2020: https://learn.mindonly.com/a/21308/oYELHpsx
- Terry Patten’s website: https://www.terrypatten.com/
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