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This is our unabridged interview with Dacher Keltner.

“Brief doses…help your heart, your immune system, your stress, your reasoning, your relationships,” says psychologist and bestselling author Dacher Keltner. And believe it or not, he’s not describing some new miracle drug or medical treatment.

He’s talking about the experience of awe.

He defines awe as “the feeling we have when we encounter vast, mysterious things.” It’s something we all have experienced, but often talk about rather sheepishly. Dacher has spent considerable time seeking it out and studying it, and the results are in. In this episode, he shares his findings, and offers all the ways in which awe is a necessary component to a happy, healthy, flourishing life.

Show Notes:

Similar episodes

Jennifer Wiseman: How Science Produces Wonder

David Desteno: Can Religion Make You Happier?

Judith Moskowitz: How to Flourish Amidst Stress

Resources mentioned this episode

Awe by Dacher Keltner

AlanCowan.com

Ming Kuo’s 21 pathways by which nature is good for one’s health

Brian Sutton and Tammy Rogers performing “Nachstucke”

PDF of Lee’s Interview Notes

Transcript for Abridged Episode

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This is our unabridged interview with Dacher Keltner.

“Brief doses…help your heart, your immune system, your stress, your reasoning, your relationships,” says psychologist and bestselling author Dacher Keltner. And believe it or not, he’s not describing some new miracle drug or medical treatment.

He’s talking about the experience of awe.

He defines awe as “the feeling we have when we encounter vast, mysterious things.” It’s something we all have experienced, but often talk about rather sheepishly. Dacher has spent considerable time seeking it out and studying it, and the results are in. In this episode, he shares his findings, and offers all the ways in which awe is a necessary component to a happy, healthy, flourishing life.

Show Notes:

Similar episodes

Jennifer Wiseman: How Science Produces Wonder

David Desteno: Can Religion Make You Happier?

Judith Moskowitz: How to Flourish Amidst Stress

Resources mentioned this episode

Awe by Dacher Keltner

AlanCowan.com

Ming Kuo’s 21 pathways by which nature is good for one’s health

Brian Sutton and Tammy Rogers performing “Nachstucke”

PDF of Lee’s Interview Notes

Transcript for Abridged Episode

JOIN NSE+ Today! Our subscriber only community with bonus episodes, ad-free listening, and discounts on live shows

Subscribe to episodes: Apple | Spotify | Amazon | Google | YouTube
Follow Us: Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | YouTube
Follow Lee: Instagram | Twitter
Join our Email List: nosmallendeavor.com

See Privacy Policy: Privacy Policy

Amazon Affiliate Disclosure: Tokens Media, LLC is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.

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