Dr. Kaushik Ram
UPCOMING WEBINAR: SCIENCE OF BRAIN AND BODY
The Real Story Behind The Science
Dr Kaushik Ram is a visionary Neuroscientist who's mission is to help people unlock the intelligence of the heart, this is the missing link to evolve past unproductive fear and live in love.
Currently based at Sydney University’s Brain and Mind Research Institute, Dr. Kaushik Ram has had a long-term fascination with the way body, brain and mind interact. He understood early in his career that our automatic, hard-wired reactions designed to protect us, weren’t always serving us. Rather, he found that these mechanisms were compromising our innate intelligence and higher thinking.
This led him to formulate effective ways to integrate the physical, emotional and mental systems of the body and bring them into balance. The result is that we are able to use our nervous system to unlock the intelligence of the heart and operate with our higher faculties instead of fear.
Many of us try meditation and yoga, but we aren’t taught how to manage our own nervous system. It is this part of our body which is the real solution over our stress and anxiety levels because it can regulate the rhythms of the heart. Dr. Ram is employing novel, yet simple and effective techniques to help individuals who are suffering from performance addiction, overwhelm, stress, anxiety and depression and enjoy an entirely new way of being.
As an experienced Neuroscientist he also works with high-performing individuals, groups and corporate teams, Dr. Ram is an elite thinker and teacher, sharing techniques to manage stress and fear by training the nervous system instead of relentlessly attempting to calm the brain.
In collaboration with TEDx Sydney and on many other platforms, Dr. Ram’s industry-leading techniques are changing the way we interpret information from intuition and instinct, to reduce stress and find clarity in difficult situations.
Contact Dr. Ram to discover how you can strengthen your nervous system and unlock the intelligence of the heart to overcome debilitating patterns of worry, anxiety and the distressing mental and physical conditions they trigger.