Jamie Wheal With Dr. Daniel Lieberman - Consciousness

Jamie Wheal With Dr. Daniel Lieberman - Consciousness

Understanding Our Unconscious Mind

The unconscious mind is still very much an enigma, but it influences our lives in ways we can only begin to imagine. Much of what we experience, our moods, what we like and dislike—most of who we are originates with the unconscious. But it’s not always working in our favor.

Today, psychiatrist Daniel Z. Lieberman, coauthor of The Molecule of More, and author of his latest book Spellbound leads us down a new path: one where we learn how to recognize the influences of the unconscious, making it an ally in helping us become the people we were meant to be. We discuss:

  • The division of the conscious and unconscious mind
  • Improving our relationship and understanding of the unconscious mind
  • The dark side of the unconscious Mind
  • How ancient mysticism and neuroscience bridge the gap between the conscious and unconscious mind
We can dramatically improve the quality of our lives if we gain a better understanding of the unconscious processes - Daniel Z. Lieberman

This is the unconscious mind, according to Dr. Lieberman. Tune in now.

 Related Links

Dr. Lieberman's website
Book: The Molecule of More
Book: Spellbound

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  • Toluwani Teriba
    Thanks for the podcast. However, I wish you gave space for Dr. Lieberman to actually talk about his book, and expound on ideas from and around it.
  • Ash
    Interesting episode. The autistic community isnt fond of the term “Asperger’s” given the fact Hans Asperger was a nazi, and the autistic spectrum is more complex than functioning labels indicate, just as a heads up.
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