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SoulTalk with Kute Blackson

Dec 7, 2021

"We don't fear in the present moment, we feel fear in the memory of the past and in the fear of the future.”


Episode Summary: 

Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, is a Harvard-trained neuroanatomist whose New York Times best-selling memoir, My Stroke of Insight,  documented her experience losing the ability to walk, talk, read, write, or recall any of her life. 

Listen to this episode and learn how to use your whole brain, as she calls it the '4 characters' in your brain, to work together and help you live a life that is healthy, whole and protected.


In This Episode You Will Learn:

  • The difference between a healthy brain and an ill brain.
  • The definition of schizophrenia and different ways it can be healed.
  • Some activities that are harmful to the brain?
  • The 4 characters of the brain and what you can do to consciously bring these characters to work together.
  • What the mind is versus the brain.
  • How we can evolve into conscious people to form a conscious society.


Some Questions That I Ask:

  • What inspired you to do what you're doing in terms of neuroscience and studying the brain?
  • What is a healthy brain?
  • What happens in someone's brain when they have a mental illness?
  • What is the affect of alcohol on the brain?
  • What affect does plant medicine have on the brain?
  • Did you lose memory of everything forever? 
  • What advice would you give to a family who has a child living with schizophrenia or some mental illness?


Find out more about Jill's work here: