https://Art2Life.com - The idea that art-making and life-building are in a symbiotic relationship that fuels one another is the basis behind Art2Life. Other than personally experiencing art’s life-giving ability, I’ve never had any hard evidence to support this concept…until now. Meet Ivy Ross and Susan Magsamen. They've co-written an amazing and newly released book called Your Brain On Art that explains how our brains and bodies transform when we participate in the arts and how this knowledge can improve our health, enable us to flourish, and build stronger communities. They are both artists, creatives, visionaries, explorers, and experts in their respective fields, with so much insight into how art improves humanity. Join us for a fascinating journey into Neuroaesthetics and the science behind everything I teach.
LISTEN IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN…
Defining Neuroarts and how Ivy and Susan got involved in the field [3:02]
The benefits of embracing the neuroaesthetic mindset and expressing our true nature [10:50]
Energy and the art of flourishing [26:22]
Lightening the cognitive load and the vastness of human emotions [38:15]
The healing aspect of art and the role it plays in shaping the future [53:02]
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LINKS TO PURCHASE YOUR BRAIN ON ART BOOK
Barnes & Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/your-brain-on-art-susan-magsamen/1141679683
Random House: http://www.randomhousebooks.com/books/697351/
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