Come to the calm of a well functioning brain.
Follow these 4 basic steps outlined by Dr Marshall Rosenberg, founder and director of educational services for The Center for Nonviolent Communication, to practice NVC:
I have a good deal of admiration for the late Marshall B. Rosenberg. He created a system of communication that works. It is called Nonviolent Communication.
LENS can help us to be able to be clear about what we need, without all of the old triggers. Join me.
What if we can learn that the undesirable or bad emotions are something that we can feel? That they do not need to be medicated away. What if we learned that mental health is not the absence of mental pain? What if we can learn to have a meaningful, bumpy life.
Please understand that some people do need help with debilitating emotional states of anxiety, depression, etc.
Anxiety is our perception that bad stuff will happen, but how are we going to handle it?
Brene Brown praises vulnerability, struggle and adversity. She teaches that hope is what we learn from struggle.
Thich Nhat Hanh teaches that the lotus flower cannot bloom without the mud.
Kelly Mcgonigal a Health Psychologist at Stanford studies how we can learn that the stress response is good. Oh, my heart rate is going up, that means that I am ready for this challenge.
This is stuff that gives me the good juice.
LENS helps with the reactive process. It calms the brain down. It helps with taking a step back.
It looks as though we are heading into some more isolation. When we are alone the brain stays in a state of alert. I know that mine has. This creates a multitude of problems.
LENS can help you to feel better. It calms you down and helps you to focus.
Would you like to learn a few tricks about how to get a good conversation going, even if your feeling anger or frustration at the time.
First of all don't assume that you know the other persons intent.
Give LENS a try. It helps with depression, anxiety and the need to fight back.
Hello, my name is Dana Lee Collins M.A.,L.P.C. I am a psychotherapist that has been trained in the art of neurofeedback. This science helps to heal the brain of trauma. I am dedicated to helping people heal.