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skip to content plastic brain changing your mind menu about search for: follow me on twittermy tweetsmy new book… recent posts mindfulness shows promise in the treatment of schizophrenia this is the happiness of the buddha surely there’s a middle way between drugs and psychotherapy for treating mental illness? meditation research: from “career suicide” to mainstream science siddhartha’s brain – enlightenment in paperback archives january 2017 october 2016 september 2016 june 2016 may 2016 april 2016 march 2016 november 2015 october 2015 september 2015 november 2014 september 2014 march 2014 january 2014 november 2013 october 2013 september 2013 august 2013 july 2013 categories addiction adolescents ageing anxiety ayahuasca biology blood pressure buddhism dalai lama death depression drugs happiness health human evolution intelligence literature meditation military mindfulness mri neuroscience noninvasive brain stimulation (nibs) pain paranoia psilocybin psychedelic drugs psychology psychosis schizophrenia science stress television uncategorized meta register log in entries rss comments rss wordpress.com addiction adolescents ageing anxiety biology blood pressure buddhism dalai lama death depression drugs happiness health human evolution intelligence meditation military mindfulness mri neuroscience noninvasive brain stimulation (nibs) pain paranoia psychedelic drugs psychology psychosis science stress television uncategorized mindfulness shows promise in the treatment of schizophrenia january 23, 2017january 23, 2017 · 2 comments · research in hong kong suggests that a specially designed mindfulness-based therapy is safe and effective for people who have schizophrenia. photograph: kit ng/flickr i’ve known andy (not his real name) since we were at college together in the 1980s. in those days he was a drummer in his own heavy metal band, a bundle of untamed energy. his friends joked that he reminded them of animal from the muppets. above all else he loved partying and being the centre of attention. but the sudden death of his father halfway through his course hit andy hard. he started to spend more and more time alone in his room with his books, obsessively reading and thinking. pastimes that had once given him pleasure no longer held any appeal. the old, extroverted andy never returned, and shortly after graduating – ejected from the relative calm, stability and familiarity of college life – he began to suspect he was the target of a conspiracy involving the government, the military and several people we knew. fearing for his life, he lashed out at a stranger in a public park and wound up in a police cell. a few weeks later he was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia and sent to a secure psychiatric hospital. (more…) this is the happiness of the buddha october 21, 2016january 23, 2017 · 8 comments · last weekend, a few months after the publication of siddhartha’s brain in dutch, i gave a lecture about the science of mindfulness to a very polite, attentive audience at the wonderful brainwash festival in amsterdam. here’s a transcript. ladies and gentlemen, each and every one of us here will face two key problems in our lives. the first problem is that as creatures of biology, particularly when we’re young, we spend lots of time and energy pursuing the pleasures of sex, money, social status. and as biological creatures we also invest a lot of energy trying to avoid pain and unpleasantness. for most people, this is what they mean when they talk about the pursuit of happiness. but pleasures never last and sooner or later, as we get older, we’re all going to experience the pain and unpleasantness of ill health and ageing. it’s just a fact of life. so that’s our first problem, and i’m sure none of this is news to you. the second problem is much more surprising and counterintuitive, but is just as important. the second problem is that we think way too much. every second that we’re awake, our lives are dominated by what’s going through our minds. (more…) surely there’s a middle way between drugs and psychotherapy for treating mental illness? september 16, 2016 · 7 comments · “do you have valium? i’m worried i won’t be able to sleep again tonight.” in truth, when i sent this text to a friend late one afternoon last april, i was more than worried. i was petrified. i hadn’t slept for three nights and knew perfectly well my mental health was deteriorating. (more…) meditation research: from “career suicide” to mainstream science june 26, 2016 · 4 comments · “disbelieving and hostile” is how herbert benson describes the reaction of fellow cardiologists at harvard medical school in the early 1970s when they learned he was studying the physiological effects of transcendental meditation. they thought he’d sold out to the hippies. “i had to conduct two careers at that time,” the 80-year-old told me over the phone from boston. “one as a cardiologist and the other as ‘my crazy thing’.” at one point there was a real possibility he could be thrown out of harvard. (more…) siddhartha’s brain – enlightenment in paperback june 3, 2016june 4, 2016 · 5 comments · my new book siddhartha’s brain was published as a paperback in the uk on thursday. the book is all about what meditation and mindfulness do to your brain, what it might mean to be “enlightened”, and why mindfulness-based therapies have been showing such promise as treatments for anxiety, depression and addiction. i also explore the mystery of why human beings are so prone to mental illness. a potential answer may be found on the african savannah millions of years ago during the slow evolution of our ancestors into the most highly sociable apes on the planet. ed halliwell – a former editor at fhm magazine and now a renowned mindfulness instructor – has suffered from debilitating bouts of anxiety and depression for much of his adult life. published in the uk on the same day as siddhartha’s brain, into the heart of mindfulness provides moving, first-hand testimony of how mindfulness can help people with mental illness get their lives back on track – and provides a perfect complement to my own book. the story of the spiritual journey of siddhartha gautama, from spoilt prince to perfectly enlightened buddha, is my backdrop – though it goes without saying you don’t have to be a buddhist to practise mindfulness and improve your own wellbeing. all you need is a standard-issue human brain and a little dedication. if you’re interested, read the extract published in last weekend’s observer magazine, find out more about my motivation for writing the book on a recent blogpost to mark its publication in the us, or listen to a short extract from the audiobook, read by the wonderful steven crossley. if you’ve already read siddhartha’s brain or are reading it i’d love to know what you think. i can usually be found hanging out on twitter @jamesakingsland. do psychedelics qualify as a new class of antidepressant? may 20, 2016 · leave a comment · psilocybin cubensis (magic mushrooms) growing in maritime forest on long island, ny. a pilot study found their active ingredient psilocybin was remarkably effective at lifting people out of treatment-resistant depression. photographer: a. hasan/flickr clinical depression causes misery for hundreds of millions of people worldwide. around one in five patients fail to respond to any treatment and even among those who do recover relapse rates are high and get progressively worse with each successive episode. the most widely used class of antidepressants, the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (ssris), can lift some people out of severe depression and help them stay well, but they don’t work for everyone and among the many side-effects are anxiety, weight gain and sexual dysfunction. since the ssris became available in the 1980s no new class of drugs has emerged, so the news that there may already be a more effective type of antidepressant in existence that is safe and well tolerated is tantalising. the catch is that to possess or supply these chemicals runs the risk of an unlimited fine or prison sentence … this blogpost was published on the guardian’s website, tuesday 17 may 2016. read on…  (more…) everything is not going to be ok april 12, 2016may 26, 2016 · leave a comment · my publisher recently sent me an audio clip of the opening paragraphs of my new book siddhartha’s brain (published in the us on 26 april and 2 june in the uk), spoken beautifully by the british actor steven crossley. if you fancy a sneak preview, i’ve embedded it below. as i recall, that morning the nuns’ and monks’ chant in the meditation hall of amaravati buddhist monastery actually moved me to tears, though it’s hard to recapture that emotion – or where exactly it came from – when you’re sat at your computer keyboard back at home. so i simply wrote that, far from finding the chant maudlin (“birth is dukkha [suffering]; ageing is dukkha; death is dukkha; sorrow, lamentation, pain, grief and despair are dukkha…”) i was strangely moved by its honesty. we have social taboos about admitting publicly all the types of suffering that are inherent in the day-to-day experience of having a body and a mind. perhaps this serves a purpose, i don’t know, but for me at that moment and in that special place, speaking the words out loud felt immensely liberating. it somehow opened the floodgates, and out came tears of relief and happiness. images: jake barnes page1 page2 … page5 next → blog at wordpress.com. plastic brain blog at wordpress.com. post to cancel


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