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Forging Individual Transformation
Transcript of Forging Individual Transformation
Setting the Context for FIT
Transformation is intentional
Transformation is doable
" you can use your mind to change your brain, to change your mind for the better" This is self-directed neuroplasticity-
pain is self-created as long as the unobserved mind runs your life
Repeated mental activity entails repeated neural activity
Repeated neural activity builds neural structure
Neurons that fire together wire together-focus-focus-focus
Focus creates the shape of the brain
Mindfulness in Practice
1) what is the life i want and need to live
2) mindful awareness
3) insight observation
4) focused attention
5) focused action
6) rituals of mindfulness
Transforming States into Traits
hate, greed, guilt, shame
heartache, stuck, fear, depleted
energy, unobserved mind, "ifonly"
attention is the spotlight, lighting what it rests upon
love, wisdom, movement, empathy, connection, humour, enhanced energy
Transformation is a process whereby we move over time to reformulate our structures for meaning-making usually by reconstructing dominant narratives. FIT is a way of creating a new of being different from our old habits of the mind.
HEAL-TAKING IN THE GOOD
ave a positive experience
nrich the experience
bsorb the experience
ink positive with negative
On Trauma and Social Change:
Examining psychological trauma contributes to the capacities of movements opposing oppression to achieve lasting social change.
It is only by unmasking trauma as a major factor affecting social change efforts that we can develop the tools we need to address it on anything like a consistent basis.
The first step, both simple and incredibly daunting, is to name the issue. This means identifying the connections between every kind of oppression and the traumatization of individuals on a mass scale.
It means a willingness to recognize trauma in the lives of those we identify as oppressors.
It requires the same kind of willingness to examine trauma in our own lives, in whatever configurations "we" are set off against "them."
It means recognizing traumatic rage as a force of enormous political magnitude, and the posing of myriad strategic questions about the mobilization of that force.
Guy Winch - How to Practice Emotional First Aid.