This is an all-in-one bundle that includes access to all of Sarah’s monthly Neuroscience and Resonance webinars for 2023.
By purchasing this package, you have the option of attending the webinar live each month, or watching the webinar recordings when they’re posted (generally within 72 hours after the live webinar).
The 2023 series includes the following topics:
- Body Image and Welcoming Our Physical Selves: Systemic, both familial and societal, pressures, along with hyperfocus on either intellect or physical traits can drive us from connection with our bodies, and distort our view of ourselves. The journey from disconnection to reconnection with our bodies can be difficult, but it is supported and made smoother by knowledge of the brain and how we perceive ourselves. Join Sarah Peyton for an exploration into the relational neuroscience of body image and body connection.
- Hate and Love: Why We Feel the Way We Do: What is happening in the brain with love and hate? How are the experiences inconnected and how does welcoming in both shift our emotional experience and our sense of self-compassion? Join Sarah to explore the fascinating things research shows us about the brain, hate and love and intense emotions.
- Narcissism and its Aftermath: Healing from Others’ Self-Centeredness: How does narcissistic abuse change and impact us? And, most importantly, how do we find our way back to a sense of wholeness after the fracturing experience of spending years with a parent or spouse with narcissism? Join Sarah for an exploration of the latest relational neuroscience on narcissism and healing.
- Resonance for our Bodies: Chronic Illness, Chronic Pain: Relational neuroscience has some insight into the mysteries of chronic illness and chronic pain, but the most important thing is resonance – resonance for the exhausted self, resonance for the worn out cells, and resonance for our beleaguered immune systems. Join Sarah Peyton for a 90 minute journey into the latest research into chronic fatigue and other conditions, and how to talk with our cells.
- Parenting with Resonance: Holding On & Letting Go: Our relationship with our child(ren) is one of the most important and often times the most difficult. How can resonance make navigating parenting easier? Join Sarah Peyton for this 90 minute exploration.
- Scam-Proofing our Brains: In the digital age, scammers and scams have proliferated. What is happening in the brain when faced with a plea for money, the threat of blackmail, a false sale, or other scams? Join Sarah for this 90 minute exploration into relational neuroscience and the gifts resonance have to offer.
- Trauma Bonds: Identification and Healing: What are the psychological and emotional patterns of abusive relationships? Why do we end up loving our abusers so deeply, and why is it so difficult to leave even when there is ongoing harm? Join Sarah Peyton and Jaya Manske for an investigation into what relational neuroscience tells us about trauma bonds and some resonant practices to support self-understanding and healing.
- Depression: Prevention and Healing: Discover Sarah Peyton’s latest integration of research into depression, with a special emphasis on the gifts of Jaak Panksepp’s research which reveals just how important connection is to having energy to meet life. Join Sarah for this revelatory journey into the relational neuroscience of depression.
- Toward Beloved Community: Understanding Us and Them: What is happening in the brain when we think of others as separate from us? When we divide into in groups and out groups? When we begin seeing others as “other” or the enemy? Join Sarah Peyton from a 90 minute exploration to explore the relational neuroscience of Us vs Them.
- The Connectome: The Brain’s Road to Healing Trauma: A connectome is a comprehensive map of neural connections in the brain. Join Sarah to learn more about the connectome and how knowing about it changes what we know about the brain and trauma healing.
- Siblings and Sibling Rivalry: Making Family Easier: There is no one who has the potential to know our lives the way our siblings do. But why is it that sometimes our siblings have entirely different stories about our parents and family life? Why is that some sibling relationships are supportive and others impossible? Join Sarah Peyton for a 90-minute dive into the science of family connection.
- Sarah’s Free 2023 Process Work Exploration: Every year Sarah takes the newest process that she has been exploring and brings it to the public to savor and experience along with her. We never know what will be unveiled at this annual, exciting webinar, free to the public.