Mario Martinez: How Culture Influences Aging
After studying centenarians all over the world, Mario Martinez has found that cultural and spiritual beliefs are more significant than genetics when it comes to health and longevity. He sits down with Steve Paikin to discuss how his theory can be applied in practice.
Family Illness is a Myth: Mario Martinez
Mario Martinez proposes that longevity is learned, and we have the capacity to change how our genes express disease. He reports on his studies of healthy centenarians worldwide which found that how they live, and the cultural beliefs they share, are the chief determinants, with only 20% attributed to genetics. All centenarians have rituals. The meaning of what we do is the most important thing. Culture is what influences the mind. http://www.scienceandnonduality.com Science And NonDuality is a community inspired by timeless wisdom, informed by cutting-edge science, and grounded in personal experience. We come together in an openhearted exploration to explore our individual and collective evolution. New ways of being emerge. We embody our interconnectedness and celebrate our humanity.
Dr. Mario Martinez & Dr Deepak Chopra: The Mind Body Code
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How Our Cultural Beliefs Affect Health & Longevity: Interview with Tami Simon
Tami Simon speaks with Mario Martinez, a clinical neuropsychologist whose breakthrough research examines how cultural beliefs affect our health and longevity. Mario is the founder of biocognitive science, a new paradigm that examines the dynamic relationship between thoughts, culture, and the body. In this episode, Tami speaks with Mario about the idea that culture creates biology; how we can access the antidote to shame, abandonment, and betrayal through healing fields in the body; and the concept of "the drift"—how we can navigate chaos with uncertainty as our guide.
Instability to Opportunity
VIDEO (30 minutes) This webinar uses a concept of terrains to identify the conditions that maintain instability and how to shift to the terrain of opportunity and its makeup. At the end of the presentation I answer questions to further clarify the applications of the method that I am teaching.
Dr. Mario Martinez
Biocognitive Science 101
Biocognitive Science is a theory founded by Dr. Mario Martinez to look at a new paradigm of wellness. Health and wellbeing in this context are understood through a cultural lens of neuroscience, anthropology, and psychoneuroimmunology. Biocognitive theory is an applied science teaching us how to live out our excellence with a natural inherent abundance of health, wealth, and love.
Beyond the Merit Model
The assumption that we deserve rewards or punishments confuses deserving ness with performance. Achieving balance within the three pillars of self-esteem (affiliation self-esteem, competence self-esteem, and valuation self-esteem) allows us to trigger and gracefully accept our inherent abundance of health, wealth, and love.
MindBody Agreements with Your Innate Intelligence As the Agent of Change
Innate intelligence is not accessible with logic or intent, but I offer a method to makes agreements between mind and body that facilitates the natural process of our innate intelligence to meet our objectives. Our innate intelligence is what turns the food we to nourishment for our bodies, takes the air we breath and extracts the oxygen to support life, and so on.
A Path to Individuation: Freedom from Dampers of Becomingness
We learn patterns from our cultural editors by observing what they live rather than what they tell us to be. I explain how we limit our success, health, and relationships with the implicit dampers that we assimilate from others significant in our lives as we seek our uniqueness.