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How do our brains show our feelings and relationships?
What can regret teach us?
Why is it so hard for some of us to change, even if we want to?
We all struggle, we all deal with both good and bad luck, and even our moral judgments are not fully the results of our own decisions.
How can religion and spirituality help us repair our connections within ourselves, with others and with God?
Jewish tradition is about confronting rather than denying negative events, not to be morbid, but as a way to reconcile with one’s past in order to move forward.
What is the interrelationship between body and mind, and how much thinking happens outside of our brains?
How are memory’s weaknesses actually its strengths, and how can we embrace them?
For months now, we’ve been making real sacrifices. And since the downsides are clear, apparent and immediate, while the victories are invisible, uncertain and down the road, it’s been really difficult, both emotionally and financially.
We can support our mindfulness practice with what neuroscientists and other biophysiologists will tell us, and also what spiritual traditions tend to appreciate, which is that we are wondrously made, or magnificently evolved, as, in a way, self-healing organisms.
Although the origin of the Golden Rule may lie thousands of years in the past, there is another variant of the rule, even more ancient, that needs our attention.
Jonathan Morgan and Connor Wood discuss their new research about religion, cognitive styles, and intuition.