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Love and Time Heal All Wounds: The Science and Technology of Trauma Healing
Around 74% of people in the world have experienced trauma, in the US it's 83%. Progress in all domains in the coming decades will depend on how we care for ourselves and others in light of pervasive trauma — and how and when we prioritize healing trauma. In this interview, Dr. Julia Mossbridge will describe what it means to be trauma-aware, and she'll discuss the science behind Time Machine, the online tool designed to build healthy trauma-healing habits that focus on unconditional love across time.
In this session, you’ll discover:
- We're all doing the best we can
- By addressing and actively working towards healing your own trauma, you have more capacity to help others
- The two great healers — unconditional love and mental time travel — scale perfectly well but they are not profitable, so they require word-of-mouth to spread the news!
Dr. Julia Mossbridge
Dr. Julia Mossbridge is an affiliate professor at the University of San Diego in the Department of Physics and Biophysics. She is also a fellow at the Institute of Noetic Sciences, and the co-founder and treasurer of TILT: The Institute for Love and Time. TILT is a 501c3 nonprofit she co-founded in 2019. TILT envisions a world where unconditional love and beneficial travel in time are integrated into human and planetary thriving.
As a change-leader aiming to scale hope, unconditional love, future preparedness, and human potential, she did her postdoctoral work on prediction in psychology and physiology at Northwestern University. Her PhD in communication sciences and disorders is also from Northwestern University. She received an MA in neuroscience from the University of California at San Francisco, and received her BA with highest honors in neuroscience from Oberlin College. She also invented and patented Choice Compass, a physiologically-based decision-making app.