Trauma lives in the body. The co-author of Stealing Fire, Jamie Wheal eloquently puts it like this: “The Issues Are In The Tissues”… this is echoed in the bestselling book “The Body Keeps The Score…” which looks at how trauma gets stuck in the body and the approach to healing PTSD must go beyond the […]
When Elon Musk’s reusable rockets landed themselves perfectly, history was made. Here was a miracle of engineering, defying expectations and inspiring millions of people. These self-landing rockets achieved the seemingly impossible and became a metaphor for what human beings can achieve at their best.
I have always found that I feel most creative when I get out of my own way… creativity is less about about predicting what will come, and more about setting the right stage or conditions for something to emerge. So you set the stage and then you surrender to the manic geometries of associational thinking.
Human beings inhabit an invisible fluid of cultural programming. Our actions and even our thoughts are socialized into place, until we are simply running a script and following instructions without ever asking ourselves whether this script serves our personal development or curiosity. We must learn to free ourselves of this invisible matrix, and take control […]
It was been written that “people don’t have ideas, Ideas have people.” And certainly this is true for fear. When fear takes hold of the brain it can propagate itself into every aspect of our lives and then infect others and go viral.
Trauma stays in the body, it can have long term consequences on our baselines nervous system, it can make us hyper-vigilant and wired for anxiety. We call this PTSD. The question is whether we can reprogram our nervous system? In Stealing Fire, authors Steven Kotler and Jamie Wheal discussed advances in psychology, technology, neurobiology and […]
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