Panksepp’s Circuits of Emotion and Motivation (and why it matters for healing trauma)
Working with shame is often really about disgust, and how we learn as little ones to turn toward the self with disgust which evolves into shame for the self. Understanding emotional circuitry helps us bring compassionate understanding to ourselves, and learning to receive the messages our bodies are sending is key to beginning to bring warmth to the self.
What are the Circuits of Emotion and Motivation?
Why do each of the circuits do? And why is this important for healing trauma?
To dive deeper into understanding how our sense of self is formed, you might like my webinar on the precuneus. I present a wealth of research combined with a practical exploration of how reflection and resonance with the self can lead to brain integration and personal resilience and well-being.
What forms us and gives us a sense of self, how do we know others, and how do we tell others apart from ourselves? Join Sarah Peyton for an exploration of self in relationship with other and how resonance supports us in knowing we exist.