A NonDualistic, NeuroCognitive approach to Healing, WellBeing & Happiness
NonDualistic: In philosophical and spiritual contexts, dualism is the concept that the mind and body are distinct and separate entities. Non-dualism posits that the mind and body -the BodyMind- are not separate but are interconnected aspects of the same entity. This perspective emphasizes the interplay between physiological, cognitive and essential health, recognizing that changes in one can significantly impact the other.
NeuroCognitive: A neurocognitive approach involves understanding the neural substrates of cognition and behavior and leveraging this knowledge to devise strategies for improving mental and physical health.
Healing, WellBeing & Happiness: These terms represent the objectives of the approach. “Healing” pertains to the process of recovery from physical or psychological distress. “Wellbeing” denotes a state of overall health and contentment, encompassing both physical and mental health. “Happiness” refers to a state of contentment, joy, or satisfaction with one’s life.
The essence of this approach uses a clinical understanding of nervous system function and the interconnection between the mind and body to enhance overall health, wellbeing, and happiness. It underscores the application of scientific and nondual insights into daily life to promote healing and foster a state of wellbeing and happiness that is resilient to changing circumstances. This approach is grounded in empirical research and practical application, making it a robust strategy for enhancing your quality of life.