In this interview with Lisa Davis, Patt gives specific techniques for shifting the brain into a relaxed state for better focus and concentration.

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In this interview on the Insight Program with Jeffrey Callison on Capital Public Radio, Patt talks about…

  • how meditation can help us change our neural pathways to create more positive thoughts and reduce anger
  • the research behind her conclusions
  • how to slow down thoughts by watching the breath
  • how the bell sounds in the companion CD’s/MP3’s help the mind to focus and be centered in the present moment
  • her training and background in addition to her years of meditation experience
  • how to apply the collected scientific research in Patt’s book to healing our minds
  • what she did in her 3-month retreat when she found “home base”
  • how she made the transition out of silent retreat to the “regular” world
[audio:InsightInterview.mp3]

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Conversations on KVMR

In this interview with Michael Stone from November 10th, Patt talks about …

  • her journey to where she is now and how she became a meditator
  • the difference between spiritual and ordinary consciousness
  • how the mind uses attention and intention as the co-worker of the brain
  • how the brain has developed over time and how our modern brains work when they are fully developed
  • self-reflective consciousness
  • the emergence of larger pre-frontal brains in today’s young children
  • how multi-tasking impairs memory
  • how meditation can counter-act the brain’s negative thought process
  • how the brain reacts to dancing
  • electrical wave impulses and neurochemicals
  • the differences between the four brain-wave states: alpha, theta, delta, beta and how to recognize which state you are in
  • how to create feelings of wellness internally without taking drugs, caffeine or sugar
  • how mirror neurons relate to emotions and behaviors
  • the relationship between the mind and the heart
  • how being aware of our emotions can reduce unhelpful behaviors
  • when we become students of our minds we realize that we are never alone
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In this interview, Patt talks about neuroplasticity, how we can form new patterns of thought, memory or emotion to improve our lives through meditation and other techniques, and her personal story of how she discovered the benefits of meditation.

She also talks about freedom from addiction to sugar and anger and the tools that can help.

Listen here:

[audio:brain_rewiring.mp3]

Read the article at Central Valley Business Times.

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Patt talks about how to manage negative thoughts with attention and intention, the Enneagram Personality type system and other compassionate ways to rewire our brains for better lifestyle choices with Jim Blasingame, the Small Business Advocate.

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Recently, Patt was interviewed on “Emerging Breakthroughs” (part of Conscious Media Radio) by Dr. David Kamnitzer. Dr. Kamnitzer is a chiropractor, nutritionist, and stress management specialist who received his B.A. in Psychology from Sonoma State University where he studied with Dr. Eleanor Criswell, a leading pioneer in Biofeedback and the psychology of yoga. In this interview, Patt and David discuss Patt’s new book, Heal Your Mind, Rewire Your Brain.

Listen:

[audio:Patt_interview_ConsciousRadio.mp3]

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In this interview, Patt talks about neuroplasticity, how we can form new patterns of thought, memory or emotion to improve our lives through meditation and other techniques, and her personal story of how she discovered the benefits of meditation.

She also talks about freedom from addiction to sugar and anger and the tools that can help.

Listen here:

[audio:brain_rewiring.mp3]

 

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Read the article at Central Valley Business Times.

 

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Why Heal Your Mind, Rewire Your Brain?

Patt answers:

[audio:Patt_Talk64kbps.mp3]

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