The LifeWorks Podcast
By LifeWorks Learning Center
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LifeWorks Founder and mindful educator Jai Flicker takes impossible questions from his protegé and fellow educator/rockstar Adam Lampert of Low Country Kingdom. Topics range from meditation and psychology to video games and rap music.
||CleanEpisode 4: The Power of Listening||What does it mean to really listen to another human being? From the outside looking in, the act of listening does not look like much. But, in reality, a lot more is going on than most of us ever realize. Now and then, we all have experiences where simply listening to another person ends up leaving a lasting impact or helps them achieve a positive change. But what is really going on in these moments? In this episode of The LifeWorks Podcast, Adam and Jai explore what happens when we go beyond our normal conversational listening habits and explore Deep Listening, a powerful technique for deepening our relationships with others and helping people achieve growth. The results may surprise you. Special thanks to Jerry Jampolsky, founder of the Center for Attitudinal Healing, and to the late Carl Rogers for their pioneering work and their enduring efforts to teach others how to listen.||6/23/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAttachment Theory & The Alpha - Part 2||After the release of our first Attachment Theory podcast, many listeners wrote in to tell us how much they enjoyed our discussion and that they wanted to learn more, so we figured we’d follow it up with a Part 2! One common question we received was, “How do I improve my ability to meet my own attachment needs?” This is indeed an important question. Our ability to meet our own attachment needs is essential to maintaining healthy relationships in our own lives and to helping meet the attachment needs of those around us, including our own children. In addition to addressing these topics, we also run through a fascinating and illuminating Attachment Theory framework developed by developmental psychologist Dr. Gordon Neufeld. Without giving too much away, he proposes that there are six basic stages of attachment development, which correspond to the first six years of life. They are: Physical Closeness Sameness Belonging Significance Giving One’s Heart Away Being Known It turns out that many of us have gotten stuck at one of these stages along the way. However, addressing those neglected needs in adulthood is possible and can be extremely effective in helping improve our relationships! Finally, we touch upon a powerful new intervention designed specifically for healing attachment wounds in adults. This technique was developed by Dr. Daniel Brown of Harvard University, which he outlines in his new book Attachment Disturbances in Adults: Treatment for Comprehensive Repair. We hope you all enjoy a return to one of our favorite and most vital topics! Adam & Jai||5/12/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAttachment Theory & The Alpha - Part 1||Attachment lies at the heart of the way we relate to nearly everything in the world. While a secure attachment base can help us to take appropriate risks and fully experience the world, an underdeveloped one can make much of life difficult, especially...||3/29/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 1: Executive Functioning||Executive Functioning is interesting because it gets to the heart of what so many people struggle with in terms of doing what we set out to do. After all, knowing the facts necessary to complete a task often isn’t the hardest part. So why isn’t...||3/10/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
This podcast is really helpful and full of wisdom!
I love this podcast. I attended LifeWorks as a student when I was younger and I am starting to understand why my time there was so helpful. Jai and Adam are really fun to listen to and always have some interesting topics to discuss.