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  1. Non attachment
  2. what does judging feel like?
  3. Obstacles
  4. Real life example: Bernie Glassman
  5. Insula
  6. Empathy
  7. What is the giving pledge?
  8. what is the perception action model according to hofmann et al (2011)
  9. Global compassion
  10. proposed benefits
  11. Describe Fredrickson et al.(2008) study ( long paper )
  12. True compassion
  13. What 4 things do NOT describe loving kindness
  14. Loving-kindness
  15. Idiot compassion
  16. What is loving-kindness meditation
  17. Heroic compassion
  18. describe what Condon et al (2013) did to test lkm
  19. How did Haidt, J(2010) begin his study on elevation?
  20. Results of Fresrickson et al. (2008) study:
  21. Basic technique
  22. In what sense is clinging optional?
  23. What happens experientially?
  24. Tears of compassion
  25. Loving and kindness meditation leads to _____ and _____
  26. Sentient compassion
  27. When Haidt, J(2010) asked his subjects what they thought about disgust what was the response?
  28. Real life example: Mother Theresa
  29. Amygdala
  30. What is elevation according to Haidt, J (2010)?
  31. The broaden and build theory
  32. Two forms of compassion
  33. What is affectionate attention
  34. What is the hedonic treadmill?
  35. Compassion
  36. Why do we have elation?
  37. Tears of elevation
  38. What were the statistical results of codon et al (2013) study?
  39. how does LKM change neural expression of sadness
  40. What are 4 types of loving kindness?
  41. Miscellaneous findings with LKM
  42. Sympathetic joy
  43. Compati
  44. Temporal parietal junction
  45. What are 4 kinds of compassion
  46. Do you feel like being yourself can be a relief?
  47. What is deep listening?
  48. When Haidt, J (2010) studied people who were elevatedd, what did he find?
  49. Real life example: The kielburger brothers
  50. What is familial compassion
  51. Who is thich that hanh
  52. Can we have compassion between the healer and the wounded
  1. a Once you experience something over and over again it creates a strong connection in your brain so that a small stimulus can elicit the same response of sadness. LKM can change the wiring in your brain to counter neural expression
  2. b Increase in positive emotions with time
    No significant influence on nwgative emotions
    Increase in personal resources
    Subjects were more satisfied with their lives
  3. c Compassion without intelligence= giving your kids cake before dinner just because they cry
  4. d Warm, uplifting feeling that people experience when they see unexpected acts of human goodness, kindness, courage, or compassion
  5. e Self
    Loved ones
    Difficult person/dislike/hate
  6. f Encourages us to be cohesive, social finction, helps the group, encourages altruism, has individualistic effect as well: gives you feelings of energy and playfulness
  7. g this is a desire for people not to suffer
    -The intention and capacity to lighten and relieve suffering
  8. h Loving-kindness
    Sympathetic joy
    Non attachment
  9. i 12 years old when he read about child labour
    Started school project which evolved into a non prof group called free the children. Helped build schools and stiffen child labour laws
  10. j A number of practices that cultivate unconditional positive emotional states of kindness and compassion
  11. k compassion for all living things: cats dogs cows
    Unrestricted compassion
  12. l -Has intelligence mixed with it. There is wisdom with real compassion, no pity and no waving of your rights
  13. m Cofounded zen peacemakers
    Set up a soup kitchen in nyc and taught inner city youth basic skills like cooking. used that food to feed the homeless. Make the brownies for B&J icecream
  14. n 60% of the subjects who did lkm gave up their seat while only 16% in the waitlist control did
  15. o watching peoples emotional reactions activates similar reactions in us (insula)
  16. p no. it is a relationship between equals. if there is no equality then there is no true compassion
  17. q we have the ability to recognize that our identities are fluid and constantly changing rather than attaching ourselves to ideas or concepts which narrow the scope of ourselves
  18. r Broaden- positive emotions broaden our attention and thinking. we can solve problems with ease, be rational
    Build-We build resources as a result of our broadening attention and thinking. So out social relations and copy strategies become better
  19. s Term made by Thich Nhat Hanh
    -listening without expectation or judgments
    -listening with the purpose of helping another empty their heart
  20. t Compassion for people across the world
    Seeing an earthquake in nepal and worrying about people you dont know
  21. u Compassion between family members: caregivers, parents, children,
    -Root of all compassion
  22. v -Crying because of the children growing up without parents or neglected in some form
  23. w Social connectedness
    Lower back pain
    Reactions to inflammation
    Positive emotions and well being
    Neural expression of sadness
  24. x judging yourself feels like you have to live up to an expectation or your not good enough. the opposite would be discernment- noticing that you may not be perfect but thats okay
  25. y -Crying because of someones courage to come out of the closet
  26. z Feeling happy by watching other people be happy
  27. aa Makes us feel good
    Better parenting, spouses, and friends
    Better workers
    Better world
  28. ab -7 wk LKM course
    -Used a wait list control group
    -DV: Resources, Outcomes and Daily assesment of meditation experiences
  29. ac Started by Warren Buffet. Trying to get all the rich people to donate their money to charity. Like him or not, bill gates has almost eradicated polio
  30. ad Feel connected
    Happier: two opposite mental/emotional states cannot co exist
    More accepting
  31. ae Familial compassion
    Global compassion
    Sentient compassion
    Heroic compassion
  32. af Started her work in the slums of Calcutta, India.
    Hospice work, Helped the poor, cares for people with aids, leprosy, tb
  33. ag Associated with negative emotions
    Down regulation of the amygdala so less activation
  34. ah To suffer together
  35. ai Broadening and Building
  36. aj having a clear calm tranquil state of mind. Not clingy and not attached and non discriminating. its not a friend nor a for its everybody
  37. ak yes because we often critisize ourselves for being too much or too little of something when we compare ourselves. however when we let go of who we "think" we should be we find that we are lighter, more free
  38. al Surprisingly no one really said gross thigs. They all mentioned social situations like racism, sexism, bullying etc
  39. am Compassion at personal risk
    People who hid jews during nazi germany risked being imprisoned themselves
  40. an Important in detecting emotions and mapping bodily responses onto an emotion. Detecting or changing heart rate or blood pressure and making that information available to the brain
  41. ao He originally studied disgust which has an evolutionary adaptive function for us. If we walk into a public bathroom that smells like shit we are disgusted and will most likley leave. This is good because we are less likley to be exposed to infectious disease
  42. ap in social psych we often have to form positive emotions to do this we usually gove candy to ppt. this works in the short term but we cannot give ppt candy every single day, it wont provoke positive feelings in the same way. so we use loving and kindness meditation which works long term
  43. aq -"metta" warmth that reaches out to others
    -the intention and capacity to offer kindness to others. its wanting others to be happy. love is a heartfeltvreaction and kindness has a gentle quality
  44. ar Grasping
  45. as Ability to put yourself in another position.
  46. at There was a social focus
    people wanted to go tell other people about what they saw
    they were more likley to want to be around more people
  47. au True and Idiot
  48. av he has a subject sit in a room full of confederates and had a woman on crutches walk in. He was testing to see whether LKM would influence the likihood of the subject giving the woman the seat
  49. aw he is a peace activist
    -Says that real compassion begins with deep listening
  50. ax ?
  51. ay Especially in the right hemisphere.
    Important part of processing empathy
  52. az Selfish attraction and ill will
    Pity and cruelty
    Exuberance and resentment
    Indifference and attachment