In this video from Patt’s recent presentation at the Madelyn Helling Library in Nevada City, Patt emphasizes the importance of attention by telling a powerful story.
In this video, Patt guides a group through the series of steps needed to relax the body in preparation for mind training. This video is from a group meditation that occurred on December 2nd, 2009 at the Madelyn Helling Library in Nevada City, CA.
In this interview with Lew Sitzer of NCTV, Patt answers the following questions:
Why did Patt write her first book, When Sleeping Beauty Wakes Up?
- Was it about her own personal journey?
- How can illness be a gift?
- What did Patt discover after interviewing 40 professional women?
- How did come into being?
- What was Patt’s chapter in Audacious Aging about?
- What inspired Patt to write Heal Your Mind, Rewire Your Brain?
- What did Patt discover in 6 months of silent retreat?
- How does the book integrate scientific research with practical tools?
- What does EEG stand for?
- How does Patt use an EEG to help people achieve balance?
- What is the difference between the mind and the brain?
- How does multi-tasking affect the brain?
- How do we deal with negative thoughts?
- What tools are most helpful for healing the mind?
- How do we learn how to focus our thoughts in a positive direction?
- What happens to our brain waves when we think positively?
- How can these tools be helpful to children and families?
- Could this be a replacement treatment for drug therapies?
- How does this work relate to happiness?
Books & Audio
- Embracing the End of Life: A Journey into Dying & Awakening
- Heal Your Mind, Rewire your Brain by Patt Lind-Kyle
- Audacious Aging’s “Building Community from the Inside Out” by Patt Lind-Kyle
- When Sleeping Beauty Wakes Up by Patt Lind-Kyle
- Guided meditations by Patt Lind-Kyle on CD or MP3