About This Book
Through years of sharing and teaching neurobiology, I’ve learned that the impact of painful childhood experiences on the brain has not yet been widely translated into practical application within the self-help and mindfulness community.
I’ve received hundreds of testimonials from my workshop participants about how their PTSD, depression, anxiety and reactive fight/flight/freeze patterns have been transformed into self-compassion and a new capacity for self-care by learning about how the human brain works and how it responds to resonant language.
So I wrote this book (with hand-drawn illustrations by Forest Chaffee) to connect people with the understanding that we can use warm language to support and accompany ourselves and our brain can grow and heal, increasing our resilience and enjoyment of life. I’m glad you’re here and I hope this book will serve you.
What You Will Learn in this Book
Developing Your Resonant Self,
One Meditation at a Time
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Who Should Read This Book
People Diagnosed with Mood-Disorders
Meditation Skeptics/Meditation Haters
Mental Health Practitioners, Healers and Coaches
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Because they are based on the findings of neuroscience and how the brain behaves, we experience the creation of self warmth toward ourselves, call back our dissociated self and learn to hold our pain with tenderness.
This is a superb book. I can’t wait to recommend it to my clients, trainees and colleagues. Karen Carnabucci
From healing shame and self hate to overcoming phobias and addictions, this book has it all, and from my own journey with healing and growth, I know the tools in this book work.
I celebrate that Sarah wrote this remarkable book and hope it reaches around the world to create healing for all who suffer. Melanie Sears
I look forward to sharing this compelling combination of compassion and information with my clients, those who have been traumatized as well as those who just need help learning to love this gift called life. Terry Lee Cookson