05.09.2022 - By Rick Hanson, Ph.D., Forrest Hanson
Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson open up the mailbag to explore a variety of listener questions. They talk about what causes our brains to become attached to unwanted habits, how to know which of your thoughts are worth listening to, and the pros and cons of saying "kind of." They then consider how to improve sibling relationships, and what to do with the positive emotions we experience during meditation.
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1:45: Why do our brains keep us stuck on unwanted patterns or ways of thinking?
10:45: Three kinds of craving and the machinery of becoming
13:50: Why do we say “kind of” all the time?
25:50: How do you know which of your thoughts are worth listening to?
31:15: How do you improve a sibling relationship?
40:35: What do you do with positive emotions during meditation?
Wednesday Night Meditation with Rick: https://www.rickhanson.net/teaching/wednesday-meditations-with-dr-rick-hanson/
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