Starting Jan. 22, Dan Gottlieb and Lori Volpe offer a new eight-week course in mindfulness and meditation to help your self-compassion.
Pain, the Attention-Getter
Pain demands attention. And the more severe the pain, the more attention it demands. Over the last couple of months, I have developed severe muscular and neurological paint in my neck and shoulders. It feels like a hot piece of steel going through my shoulders and neck. Recently, I went on my annual silent meditation […]
Mindfulness and Self-Compassion Course with Dr. Dan Gottlieb and Lori Volpe, October 19-December 7
October 19 – December 7, 2015 [8 consecutive two hour classes] Monday evenings, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. Virtua Voorhees Hospital, Route 73, Voorhees, NJ Cost: $495 Many people suffer with self-criticism and shame. We believe the critical judge will help us improve, but it never does – – it only makes us feel worse. These lifelong patterns of self-criticism […]
Mindful Self-Compassion Course with Dr. Dan Gottlieb and Lori Volpe
Research shows that a regular meditation practice can restore emotional balance, reduce stress, improve health and actually change the brain’s gray matter. Practitioners report a greater sense of well-being, contentment, and feeling of connection to others. Mindful meditation helps one awaken to the richness of each moment in life. With practice, one can become aware […]
FamilyAffaires.com: Mindfulness, as practiced by Dan Gottlieb
In this video blog interview for FamilyAffaires.com, Dan discusses his own experiences practicing mindfulness, which he believes has guided his own journey since he was very young. Watch the video in the player below, or visit the FamilyAffaires.com page for this video.
Penn Medicine sets “An Evening With Dan Gottlieb: A Mindful Journey from Trauma and Recovery to Gratitude and Love,” June 26, 7 p.m.
Join Penn Medicine for this special presentation by Dan Gottlieb, who will explain how we can reawaken our ability to experience joy and awe in the ordinary. Dan will share how his difficult life events—including personal failures, feelings of alienation, sexual abuse and a traumatic injury that resulted in his quadriplegia—gave him the opportunity to reconnect […]