While we can often fixate on what we lose as we age, ever wonder about what there is to gain and how we can claim our own wisdom and contribute to others in the 21st century? Join Sarah Peyton in looking at what changes in the brain as we age and for a celebration of the richness of aging.
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
There are many stories in our culture about the loss that comes with aging, but what do we gain? What systems gain in complexity and strength, giving us wisdom? How do we celebrate and support our gaining strengths in relationship, remaining flexible, adaptable, creative, energized and stable? Older adults have traditionally been our mediators, our support for questions of complexity and integrity, and the holders of memory in stories and ritual transitions. What support does resonance provide in letting us claim our own wisdom and contribute to others in the 21st century?
This recording covers:
- Intro to Your Brain
- How it Changes as we Age
- The Attachment Circuit and Neural Complexity
- Hemispheres and Hormones
- Self-Regulation and our Maturing Emotions
- Nurturing our Relationships
- Questions and Integration