Creative Experiments with Charlotte Grysolle
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Charlotte Grysolle joins to share about her experiences exploring the nervous system, writing online, and completing a year of creative experiments. We chat about how she applies nerdy concepts like neuroplasticity and myelination in her own life. Charlotte gives practical tips on how individuals can reframe stress, unlock creativity, and cultivate calm on a daily basis. She even demonstrates how one can drop into panoramic vision in real-time during the episode. Throughout the discussion, you’ll hear how Charlotte is evolving in real-time through her experiences transitioning from a 10-year advertising career to online writing and supporting the students of Write of Passage.
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A Simple Visual Technique To Trick Your Mind Into Relaxation by Charlotte Grysolle
Our eyes are part of our central nervous system. They’re the only two pieces of your brain that are outside the cranial vault, and they have an enormous impact on the state of the rest of your brain. Aside from seeing objects, colors, movements and shapes, an essential function of the eyes is to tell the rest of the brain whether to be more alert or more relaxed. This happens without you noticing...(continue reading)
Reframe Stress as a Source of Energy by Charlotte Grysolle:
Stress is not the enemy. It’s possible to take what would usually be considered negative, corrosive tension and transform it into something positive and energizing. In this post, I’ll present a defense case for Stress. We’ll also look at the underlying mechanism to help us understand what’s happening in our body when the stress response hits. Finally, we’ll discuss 1 simple technique considered the “fastest physiological tool for managing the stress response in real-time.” (continue reading).
Discovering Joy Through Embodied Exercise by Sam Sager
What words come to mind when you hear exercise? For many, it’s things like should, grind, and even hate or hurt. For others, it’s fun, play, and even love or pleasure. You’ve likely been told that you have to exercise. Maybe you’ve even been given a list of ten activities that you must do. Today, I’m here to give you permission to let go of all that external pressure. Instead, I invite you to reimagine how you think about exercise and rediscover your own body. (continue reading)
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