Sounds True founder and leader Tami Simon speaks with clinical neuropsychologist Mario Martinez about his research into how our cultural beliefs affect our health and longevity. Great stuff.
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Tami Simon speaks with Mario Martinez, a clinical neuropsychologist whose breakthrough research examines how cultural beliefs affect our health and longevity. Mario is the founder of biocognitive science, a new paradigm that examines the dynamic relationship between thoughts, culture, and the body. With Sounds True, he has recorded an audio learning course called The Mind Body Code: How the Mind Wounds and Heals the Brain. In this episode, Tami speaks with Mario about the idea that culture creates biology; how we can access the antidote to shame, abandonment, and betrayal through healing fields in the body; and the concept of “the drift”—how we can navigate chaos with uncertainty as our guide. (68 minutes)