THE HUMAN INFUSION PROJECT
What it takes to become more calm, confident and connected - at work AND in love
Whole-Brain Relationships is the only on-demand course of its kind that combines and simplifies the most usable aspects of modern neuroscience, psychology and practical spirituality - and shows you what to do to develop your emotional intelligence in more transferable and relational ways
See what the class covers below
Hi, I'm glad you found us!
Personal or professional success really depends on the quality of your Relationships
And since relationships involve individuals,
your success really depends on getting you, your body and your brain coming together in a way that....
achieves mutual goals
expresses who you are at core, all while
sensing and considering what the other person needs
Jen Stover -Neuroscience-based educator, neurophysical rehab specialist, personal growth strategist, pattern change practitioner and founder of the Human Infusion Project
This is whole-brain relating
- and it begins by learning how your brain and body actually work
So who is this class for?
I designed this class for intelligent, educated people with no shortage of heart who are tired of repeating unwanted relational or behavioral habits and ready to create a life that supports both meaningful work and connected relationships. Sound a little like you?
Whether you are ...
someone who finds themself repeating the same patterns in relationships and feels a bit stuck.
a highly skilled professional who loves what you do for a living but are close to burning out.
educated and intelligent but feel a bit lost when it comes to interpersonal relationships.
an over-achiever but struggle with high-functioning anxiety and exhaustion
or even a coach or therapist with 'intellect-heavy' clients who's looking for a creative and simplified resource to motivate them to strengthen their emotional-relational skills
You're in the right place !
In this class you'll learn
What most people get wrong about Emotional Intelligence work, what self-regulation actually means and which areas of the brain need strengthening to improve it
What healthy stress response and trauma response look like in the body, how both can impact who we choose as partners, and how we can facilitate change
How unwanted thought and behavior patterns are created and perpetuated by the brain, where we can interrupt them, and how to introduce new patterns that improve your relationships
What it takes to fully access your whole brain and become more centered, confident and connected in all of your relationships. That way who you really are at heart, more effectively comes through your words and actions.
By the end of the class you will....
Understand how attachment style impacts your emotional nervous system, how that in turn impacts your adult relationships and what you can do to start improving those relationships now.
Know why the brain develops patterns, how they can sometimes work against our goals, but how we can use this same feature to our advantage.
know 6 key brain areas we can influence in order to make lasting change to our emotional response, as well as specific practices to strengthen them.
Understand the 3 key features of Emotional Intelligence from a brain pathway and neurophysiology perspective, so can start working smarter, not harder at managing your emotions.
know what it takes to retrain your emotional nervous system and strengthen weak areas of your brain. That way you can experience more calm, confident and connected relationships in any setting
PLUS... you'll be part of our community and have FREE lifetime access to all subsequent content in our on-demand Human Infusion Project (HIP) library as it develops!*
*Non-members may register for live webinar presentations, but do not receive recordings. Subsequent classes are a mix of free content, as well as fee-based (<$27USD) . All will be based off information shared in this foundational class. So taking this class will only enhance the benefit of other you may attend.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Thanks for making the brain science and psychology behind Emotional Intelligence so much easier for this layperson to understand.
— Stephen B
Class highlights include the inter-related work of these world renowned researchers, clinicians, spiritual leaders and educators...
Bessel van der Kolk,MD - trauma researcher, author
Peter Levine,PhD - trauma neurobiologist, author, somatic experience practitioner
Dan Siegel,MD - Psychotherapist, author, founder of Mindsight Institute
Nicole Gravagna,PhD - neuroscientist, behavioral prediction
Alan Schore,PhD - neuropsychology researcher, interpersonal neurobiologist
John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth - psychologist, Attachment Psychology pioneers
Thich Nhat Hahn - Zen master, spiritual leader, author
Gabor Mate,MD - trauma and addiction specialist
Lisa Feldman Barrett,PhD - neuroscientist, psychologist, author
Aaron Beck and Albert Ellis - Cognitive behavioral therapy pioneers
Thomas Hubl - spiritual leader, founder of the Academy of Inner Science
Sue Johnson - couples psychologist, researcher, Attachment psychology expert
Stephen Porges,PhD - traumatic stress researcher, Polyvagal theory author
Eckhart Tolle - contemporary spiritual leader, author
Andy Puddicombe - meditation and mindfulness expert
and many more....
Module 01 - How we work
Module 03 - Six key players
The design of our stress response system
The difference between emotions and feelings and why we need them.
What emotional self-regulation really means from a physiological standpoint.
How our stress response system develops as children
Cortical hemisphere roles
The 3 conceptual operating systems of the brain and how they interact
The Conflict Manager
The Coordinator / Label-Maker
The Packing & Shipping Center
The Expressway to Calm
Module 02 - How we get stuck
Conscious, subconscious and unconscious brain operation
Our energy-efficient brain
Brain waves speeds and how they influence our brain
How the brain defines 'conflict', what is cognitive dissonance?
How feedback loops and patterns are created
How areas of our brain become weak, without you knowing it
Pleasure and pain - what defines what's 'pleasurable' to our brains?
Addiction - definition and how it gets created
Why we tend to be negative, and can it be influenced?
Trauma response and polyvagal theory
Module 04 - How we move forward
How these areas work together as a system
Examples and comparison of a healthy stress response cycle
Examples of how limiting beliefs and unwanted patterns are created
Examples of how initially helpful patterns, can become unhelpful as adults
What happens when trauma and/or neglect are factors
How we can start to make the sustainable, integrative changes we want and strengthen out brain as a whole
What you'll get...
Over 10,000 hours of cumulative research, practice and education simplified into 24 short videos relayed in easy-to-understand language.
Powerful visuals and relevant examples that make the class easier to follow and easier to learn
Practical, science-supported tips that you can start putting to use right away.
But what's even more important...
...is you'll have a vision of how to get the life and relationships you want, understand that you actually have what it takes to make it happen, and get the satisfaction of knowing you'll be part of something bigger through your contribution to others in your community who are also in need.
all for only -
( compare to other online courses that charge from $299- $599 USD for the same material ! )
100% of profit
** 100% of all HIP course profits goes directly to the HIP Wellness Assistance Grant.
However, no one denied access to this class due to financial hardship. Please contact us if this applies.
100% of profit
Free ebook included !
At the end of this introductory course, you will be provided access to a 81 page downloadable ebook that reviews the main highlights of the class, as well a list of many research references and books for further education. That way you can review what you learned in class and go deeper into the study of certain topics, if you so desire.