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The Neuroscience of Meditation, Mindfulness, and Compassion

Fadel Zeidan & William Mobley | 13:53


Greetings, Bill Mably here for the Institute for empathy and compassion, and happy to be providing some new information available to you and to the UCSD community but more to the community at large. We're collaborating with the Center for mindfulness to provide online resources, exercises that we will hope will help with anxiety, with stress with loneliness, we think these exercises should benefit you. 

We'd delighted delighted to have you share them with other people. This online resource is free and available 24 hours a day, really through recordings, as well as through live exercises. And I'm here together with Dr. fadul is a Dan, who's Assistant Professor of the Department of Anesthesiology, and as Associate Director for the Center for mindfulness to provide us with an overview of the exercises and what we think you will achieve by having engaged in them. 

So final thank you for being with me. And please say a little bit about yourself. And then let's talk about these exercises and, and perhaps how they work at a brain level.

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