Apr 17, 2016-- James Doty is a Stanford brain surgeon and a leading convener of research on compassion. In 1968, he wandered into a magic shop and met a woman who taught him what she called "another kind of magic" that freed him from being a victim of life circumstances. Now, James is on the cutting edge of knowledge of how the brain and the heart talk to each other -- both metaphorically and physically. This fascinating interview from On Being shares more. (27972 reads)
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We tend to overvalue the things we can measure and undervalue the things we cannot.
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