Introductions. Feeling big or small. The stories we tell ourselves and the ladder of inference. Emotional granularity. Three sounds. Low, slow breathing. The driver’s seat. Human.Online. The perfect bowl of macaroni and cheese. Sidewalk chalk. John Prine.
Matt Mullins/Black Rooster Productions: https://vimeo.com/mattmullins
Ladder of inference: https://www.toolshero.com/decision-making/ladder-of-inference/
Emotional granularity: https://ideas.ted.com/try-these-two-smart-techniques-to-help-you-master-your-emotions/
Using breath to deal with fear: https://neurohacker.com/extinguishing-fear-when-it-really-matters-by-altering-breath-and-vision
Yoga class quote, Jack Kornfield: "Put your fears and anxieties aside, and tell them, 'Thank you for trying to protect me, but I'm okay for now.' Every day, pause, put your hand on your heart, and tell yourself: 'Let me hold all of what I'm worried about with a tender compassion. Let me hold myself, my worries, my family and my friends. May they all be safe. May we all hold ourselves with tenderness and compassion.'"
Nicole Dunn on the Driver’s Seat: https://soundcloud.com/inmindfulmotion/drivers-seat
John Prine, “Speed of the Sound of Loneliness”: https://open.spotify.com/track/09lYnM5tc8vDqq6trDepcz
A Psychic's StoryNichole Bigley: Spiritual Guide, Intuitive, Energy Healer, Psychic, Medium, Teacher, Reiki, Intuition, God, Angels, Spirit Guides, Universe, Soul, Life After Death, Supernatural, Spirituality, Higher + Highest Self, Consciousness, Awakening)