A Neuro-Somatic Approach to Activating Interoceptive Awareness for Enhanced Self-Regulation and Self-Leadership
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Fleet Maull, PhD, CMT-P at the 2019 Mindful Leadership Summit. Given the serious social, economic, political and environmental challenges we face today, especially the potential for significant economic and social disruption caused by climate change, individual and collective resilience may become one of our highest priorities. In this session, you will learn the physiology and neurobiology underlying a deeply embodied approach to meditation called Neuro-Somatic Mindfulness (NSM)™, and how developing the capacity for self-regulation and self-leadership on entirely new levels could be the key to social resilience in perilous times.
Fleet Maull, PhD, CMT-P is an author, meditation teacher, executive coach and social entrepreneur who works at the intersection of personal and social transformation. He founded Prison Mindfulness Institute, Heart Mind Institute, Global Resilience Summit, and Global First Responder Resilience Summit and co-founded the Engaged Mindfulness Institute, Center for Mindfulness in Public Safety and The Best Year of Your Life Summit.. He is an acharya (senior Dharma teacher) in the Shambhala Buddhist lineage and a roshi (Zen master) in the Zen Peacemaker Order. Acharya Maull is the author of Radical Responsibility: How to Move Beyond Blame, Fearlessly Live Your Highest Purpose and Become an Unstoppable Force for Good, Dharma in Hell: The Prison Writings of Fleet Maull, and The Mindful C.O.: Mindfulness-Based Wellness & Resiliency for Correctional Officers. He specializes in trauma-informed, mindfulness-based leadership and resiliency training with business and nonprofit leaders, prisoners, correctional officers and other public safety professionals and training mindfulness teachers in trauma-informed approaches to sharing the practice of mindfulness and facilitating mindfulness-based interventions. Dr. Maull's most recent offering is the upcoming SummitPalooza, which goes live September 14 - 19, 2021.