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Discover how you can build intention and motivation as a foundation for meaningful mindfulness practice, whether you're new to mindfulness or needing a fresh start
Hear about the three brain networks that are strengthened with consistent mindfulness, and learn the benefits of growing those networks
Learn how to start and maintain a daily practice through the science of behavior change and building habits, and follow along in a simple practice to come to a mindful moment, on or off the cushion
Parneet Pal, MBBS, MS is the Chief Science Officer at Wisdom Labs, a San Francisco-based company solving for stress, burnout, and loneliness in the workplace. A Harvard-trained physician, she focuses on the intersection of lifestyle medicine, behavior change and technology and building wiser workplaces using the science of mindfulness, resilience and compassion. She has written for the Harvard Business Review, is a TEDMED scholar and has been featured on the cover of Mindful magazine. Find out more about Wisdom Labs and Wise@Work Communities.
Kaleigh Isaacs is the Founder of The Awake Network. She’s an inspired leader, remarkable collaborator, and spontaneous dancer. She sees connections everywhere, and it was this vision on which The Awake Network was founded. That we are stronger together is a motto that goes without saying for her.
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This was absolutely wonderful. I love the information shared about intention and motivation and the fact that we have to be aware during that 5% of the day, in a way that helps us reach those intentions. Maybe by practicing meditation and mindfulness we can increase that conscious brain activity to 6 or 7% of the day. But really – thoroughly enjoyed this.
Parneet Pal, your wisdom was so enjoyable to listen to. For some reason, I imagine us in the kitchen cooking up some delightful dishes that our respective ancestors taught. Thanks for giving us such wonderful recipes for living life.
Suzette Misrachi, Melbourne, Australia
Author of: “Lives unseen: unacknowledged trauma of non-disordered, competent Adult Children Of Parents with a Severe Mental Illness” and various brief articles I’ve been invited to write on grief and trauma aimed at mental health practitioners which I then offer for free to the general public (see medium.com).
Amazing. Very good, inspiring and clear conference. It likes a lot. Hugs
Though I am not new to mindfulness, I consider my self to be in infancy stage of my development. As such, I found Parnett Pal’s perspective to be very interesting and inspiring. So much to think about, I can hardly wait to reflect on her remarks. I would be interested in a list of her references, loved how the work of others was woven into her presentation.
I absolutely loved this presentation!!! I learned so much from Dr. Pal and am grateful for the opportunity to have viewed this talk. Thank you, Kaleigh, for your organization and facilitation. Fantastic questions!
Brilliant! You are something. You combine your university training with experience and intuition… Iam not surprised that you are the Chief Science Officer at Wisdom Labs.
Thank you very much for your inspiring and useful presentation.
It´s being great to hear Parneet, thank u so mucho
Very inspirational, thank you. I think developing sustained healthy habits is incredible difficult. Your points about incorporating them in daily life routines, incrementally, might just work for me. I’ll give it a go. Thank you.
Amazing session for my soul this morning. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.
Very inspirational for the eternal beginner that I am!
I appreciated Kaleigh’s realistic and grounded questions, and accessible and interesting explanations from the guest.
Fantastic! Packed with valuable information that can be used immediately. Thank you for sharing your knowledge, experience and wisdom. Namaste.
Binbrook Ontario Canada
Thank you to Parneet Pal
Great explanations and examples to take from this
Very new in Practicing
I appreciated the advice about turning a slow brain rational intention into an emotional response, so that you are more likely to act on it. Thank you
Very well done. I am also a clinician practicing in the PNW and enjoyed your advice on developing an intent to inspire behavioral change. Would love to know how you became the Chief Science Officer for Wisdom Labs, transitioning from clinical medicine to the realm of preventive and proactive health.
So helpful and so encouraging. Thank you
wow, amazing talk, so much knowledge, thank you so much!
How do we get access to the Wisdom Labs information?
Found this video about establishing a daily practice so useful and inspiring. I’ve been a regular meditator for a few years now and I always love hearing about the science behind having a regular meditation practice and the real benefits around it, it’s just amazing what happens in the brain when we meditate and practice mindfulness regularly. I really do wish everyone in the world knew about it. Thanks for this video & I’m looking up Wisdom Labs now 🙂
Thank you!, I am still trying to figure out consistency in my daily practice and Parneet Pal’s discussion of really clarifying a deep ‘why’ + starting small and not being afraid to change things up is so helpful!, much appreciated.
Very informative and helpful. Gave me a solid starting point.
Really enjoyed the specificity of this presentation on motivation and intention. I am in the second day of isolation in the pandemic, after returning to Canada from Australia. I am 72 and no longer in the work place but have endlless things that I am interested in and do.
This presentation helped me identify again the novelty factor in what I am drawn to,, and to refocus again on what is most important. Thank you.
Thanks for all you do
Amazing! Thank you. I will be checking out Wisdom Labs. I want to work there :). I’m a psychologist in San Diego.
Great talk. Thank you so much.
A little disappointing. I presumed that there would be more guided practice, but there’s is so much talk and explaining at the start of the two videos I viewed. So much about the virus, alerts, worries and concerns for up to the 6 minutes point on the first video and on the second one-very interesting for 10 minutes explaining the whys and how to be mindful. Maybe some people need that, but it’s not for me.
Thank you, so clear and inspiring!
Kevin It’s so Great to be able to listen to Professional’s take us through the development of a Mindful Practice, and into Mindful living. Mindful Meditation