Posts Tagged: behaviour

Own Your Brain

March 29, 2019

Nothing worthwhile or interesting happens with knowing. As I have been learning through orchestrating and conducting the first of my Brainfullness Experiment workshops, as well as noticing the effects of the practice on my own life, I have continued to find things to clarify and helpful tips to share. While we often wonder ‘why’ we […]

When Soccer Imitates Life: Diving in Soccer through a Nuanced Lens of Neuroscience

July 11, 2018

In the midst of World Cup fandom, a number of interesting human behaviours come to light—both amidst players and fans. In watching how it all plays out, I have come to notice and try to explain some of the reactions and tactics that I have seen unfold. One of the main issues that tends to […]

Turning off Auto-Pilot

October 07, 2013

Turning off Auto-Pilot By Rachel Girardi Do you ever get into the car after work, start to drive and before you know it you’re home, but can’t remember any part of the drive along the way? You know your route and your body just goes into auto-pilot and gets you there. It’s a well established […]