Whole Brain Living, Psychology + Neuroanatomy + Spirit with Dr. Jill Bolte-Taylor – REPLAY (195)

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Show Notes

Contact Bolte-Taylor to find out how her work is being applied and sign up for certification.

Since this podcast first aired, Sue Marriott worked with a very small group of people with Dr. Jill Bolte-Taylor in the first round of to Whole Brain Living certification. Contact Bolte-Taylor to find out how to participate.

Learn about 4 major characters (skill sub-sets) in your mind as a way to understand neuroanatomy and how to best use the power of your whole mind.

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Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor is a Harvard-trained neuroanatomist who suffered a stroke that led her on a path to rediscovering her brain. At the end of 2021, we had the privilege of discussing the inner workings of the mind with Dr. Bolte Taylor. We thought this was the perfect episode to kick off the new year, full of eye-opening insights that could help improve the way you live your life.

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Check out her TED Talk, My Stroke of Insight (join the inspiration of 28 million viewers!)

 How to do a Brain Huddle by Jill Bolte-Taylor.

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Hear more psychology and neuroscience in previous episodes:

Episode 93 Polyvagal Theory with Dr. Stephen Porges
Episode 110 Story Follows State (more polyvagal theory) with Deb Dana  
Episode 117 Resilience Trauma and the Brain with Dr. Bruce Perry 

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