Personality: Who Am I? IPNB and Somatic Empathy
Our sense of who we are is an ineffable, specific, expansive and mysterious experience. Join Sarah Peyton for an exploration of how we create this sense of who we are, while also being able to move in and out of relationship with others, and how it changes with resonance.
This is primarily a learning and neuroscience content webinar, including a small number of actionable insights and healing process work. If you are seeking healing and resonance practice opportunities, please see Sarah’s upcoming courses here
Our sense of who we are is an ineffable, specific, expansive and mysterious experience. We live inside our brains and our bodies, carrying a knowing that we are distinct from others, and distinct from our environment, yet we can tell from brain scans that we incorporate tools, sporting equipment, vehicles and even other beings (animal and human) as part of the “self”. We move in and out of relationship with others and even with distinct neural networks within our brains that hold different conceptions and visions of who we are and how we interact in the world. Join Sarah for an exploration of how we create this sense of who we are and how it changes with resonance.
This teleseminar covers:
1. What is Personality?
2. The “Big Five” qualities of personality
3. How our brains know who we are: building a sense of self
4. Epigenetics and the neurotransmitters
5. The hemispheres and empathy: how our stories about self-change
6. Questions and Time for Integration