Webinar met Philippe Goldin 'Mindfulness, compassion and interconnectedness'
Mindfulness, compassion and interconnectedness.
This webinar focused on experiencing a sequence of brief contemplations that progress from mindfulness to compassion to interconnectedness.
What a wonderful experience on 16 March 2021, 17:00-18:30 hours.
The goal was to discern different mental states and observe our innate capacity for inner depth and expansive connection with all and everything.
Philippe Goldin, PhD is an Associate Professor at University of California Davis and
Director of Clinically Applied Affective Neuroscience Laboratory and a graduate of Lund University, Sweden.
His team is currently engaged in
- basic research on the brain networks that differentiate different types of emotion regulation strategies;
- clinical research on the neural bases of psychopathology; and
- clinical intervention research examining the brain and behavioral mechanisms of therapeutic change during Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, and Compassion Cultivation Training in adults with anxiety, depression and chronic pain disorders.
During this webinar Philippe Goldin devoted himself entirely to various forms of meditation training. His short mediations are much appreciated and well integrated into the facts from the research he presented.
Moderator and host:
Dr Ola Schenström, GP, mindfulness teacher, author of four book on mindfulness.
Ola is the founder of Mindfulnesscenter (2007, MfC) with the aim of making training in mindfulness and compassion widely available in Sweden - in preschool / school, health care, working life and leadership.
MfC has trained about 2,800 Mindfulnessinstructors Step 1 and about 180 Step 2. About 15 research articles have been published on MfC trainingprograms and e-courses. MFC have created around 15 online courses.
Ola has previously been Chairman of the Executive Committee of the IPPNW (International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War)recipient of the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize. And Vice Chairman of Center for Non Violent Communication