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Story Follows State

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Cass Carlopio
Sleep Expert, Psychologist & Meditation
In this talk, we expand upon the CBT model to include the somatic understanding of how our state of being influences our thoughts. Then explore how to practice shifting state, as a more direct way to shift thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
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Nikki
Interesting!
well, this actually makes PERFECT sense. i'll try to be more aware of my reactions and responses
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Andrea
Overwhelming Truth
I loved how such a complex chain of psychology was articulated so brilliantly in very simple and clear terms. I probably had some form of inkling (aren’t we human after all?) of something of the sort. But to have the idea of “Story follows State” laid out so clearly has really made me happy at the end of my day. I need more coaching and help with my state. I have not been myself in a long while now, and I feel i’m starting to miss out on life and opportunities because of it. Over the last few days I have started my first meditations and practice, and I’ve listened to this and other short lectures on CBT, and feel that the collective will help me get through this period. But not just - I want to keep going and make this part of my lifestyle.
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Amaya
Fits with my experience
This has been my experience last year. I reached to CBT as I had depression and anxiety, and it helped me a lot, but that was not the end of the story. I found out that if I was not feeling physically well, I could not avoid negative thoughts, despite being aware of them. Now that I am feeling better, positive thoughts are there most of the time, without great effort
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Eve
Kitchen Dance Party …
Has been a tough few years, and I see where my “state” definitely affects my response to all avenues of my life. Loved the suggestions toward changing current state, especially the “kitchen dance party.” So many teaching moments on Aura. What a blessing.