[VIDEO] Dr. Rick Hanson on Why and How to Pay Attention

In this 8-minute video, Dr. Hanson explores the ways in which our lives are impacted by what we pay attention to, for better or worse. He then goes on to share insight into how “setting the intention to pay attention” can help us to be less susceptible to distraction, and leads a guided practice we can use to cultivate our ability to pay attention in an ongoing way.

Coming Up! Join Dr. Rick Hanson’s Online Neurodharma Program

For those who would like to learn more deeply with Dr. Hanson, we want to be sure you know about his upcoming program called Neurodharma: An Online Series in the Practical Science of a Steady Mind, a Kind Heart, and Inner Peace. Use coupon code Awake 50 for a special discount. You can learn more and register here, and read more below the video as well.  

Watch the Free Video with Dr. Rick Hanson Here:

Special Discount on Dr. Rick Hanson’s Online Neurodharma Program

Dr. Rick Hanson’s upcoming program, Neurodharma: An Online Series in the Practical Science of a Steady Mind, a Kind Heart, and Inner Peace, will allow participants to experience and develop seven qualities at the heart of the highest happiness — and live from them more deeply and continuously. You’ll learn from both ancient wisdom and modern neuroscience, engaging your brain and body as you explore the upper reaches of human potential.

You’ll get ideas and methods to be more present, have compassion for yourself and others, rest in a calm and grateful confidence, feel whole, and know your interconnectedness with everything.

Special Discount 

If you register by October 7, you can get $100 off with Early Bird pricing + an additional $50 discount for the Awake Network community. Just use the coupon code Awake50 at checkout. 

Learn More and Register for Neurodharma with Dr. Rick Hanson >>

About Rick Hanson

Rick Hanson, PhD, is a psychologist, Senior Fellow at UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center, and New York Times best-selling author. His books have been published in 30 languages and have sold over a million copies in English alone. He’s lectured at NASA, Google, Oxford, and Harvard, and taught in meditation centers worldwide. An expert on positive neuroplasticity, his work has been featured on CBS, NPR, the BBC, and other major media. His latest book, Making Great Relationships, is now available.