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It Takes a Village — a Community of Neurons

To be our animated best selves requires us to be in a graceful electro-chemical choreography. All of our actions, thoughts, desires, emotions and behaviors are physiologically the result of networked neural activity in the brain.  One neuron's "voice" alone does not…

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To Know Another is to Know Thyself

Dr. Daniel Siegel, author of Mindsight, notes that "our awareness of another person's state of mind depends on how well we know our own." (62).  From studying mirror neurons and the insula we now know that we map others' experiences…

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Gray Matters

According to Dr. Daniel J. Siegel, author of Mindsight, the right side of the brain creates an "AND" stance, while the left creates an "OR" point of view.  "AND" becomes an inclusive mindset that leaves room for the shades of…

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Developing Intuition Can Make You Smarter

What does intuition have to do with intelligence? Being in touch with your emotions and the emotions of others not only makes you seem smarter, it actually improves your memory.  This is because it uses the prefrontal cortex.  Unless you…

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