Dr. Rick Hanson discusses some of the key skills we need when under pressure and how to use them when dealing with daily challenges.
Why do we care about being mindful? Dr. Rick Hanson explains the many benefits of mindfulness on our brain and our life.
Learn how we can all help to bring more compassion to the challenges we face in the world today.
Learn about the Global Compassion Coalition and how you can help bring more compassion to the world.
How do we grow embodied, inner strengths for greater happiness? This clip was taken from the “Creating a Compassionate World” interview series hosted by Professor Paul Gilbert, OBE.
Is it possible for us to feel compassion rather than shame for our privilege? Explore this humbling idea in this video.
How can we develop a more loving and compassionate nature that we can extend to others – no matter what they may do?
In this video, we’ll explore psychological strengths and mindset adjustments to help make facilitate our ability to come together.
How can we find solutions to build a more compassionate world – on an individual, psychological level and on a larger scale?
This clip was taken from the “Creating a Compassionate World” interview series hosted by Professor Paul Gilbert, OBE.
In this video, Rick discusses disengaging from negative thoughts and instead focusing on what is wholesome and beneficial to grow an unshakeable core of resilience.
Rick discusses why it’s important to grow inner strengths to benefit both you and others.
Try this 1-minute challenge to help take in the good and absorb beneficial experiences.
Dr. Rick Hanson summarizes four different ways that mindfulness meditation changes your brain.
When we’re faced with negative challenges, it’s natural for our brains to focus heavily on them. When we find ourselves consumed with the negative we’re experiencing, it’s helpful to remind yourself of the positive aspects in your life. Gratitude makes us resilient.