Unlocking Insights: The Eureka Moment of a Man Living in Prison

One Eureka Moment of a Man Living in Prison
Jeanne Catherine

Jeanne Catherine

August 8, 2023

Jeanne is the co-founder, COO, and lead scientist of Innate Health Research

Instead of looking at a tree and seeing one shade of green and a brown trunk, I was seeing 50 shades of green and 10 shades of brown trunk. So it changed my whole view.

Innate Health Research presented an academic poster at the 2023 Mind & Life Institute. Knowledge about our internal capacity for well-being is central to positive mental health markers. Insight-oriented transformation is a potential pathway for strengthening our reliance on internal capacity. However, a dearth of empirical research on insight learning exists. In part, this is because of a lack of methodology for examining insight processes. This conference poster outlines the Micro-phenomenology Method as a possible solution.

micro-phenomenology poster infographic
“As the sun was going down, and there was rays of sunshine and words kept coming to me like beautiful gift and fresh air and breeze and trees and birds and mothers and fathers and children and lost love, future love, heartaches heartbreak, all them kind of things and you just think “What’s the fucking point?” What’s the point in holding all that? Why? We’ve all got a little bit of baggage; I was pulling around about three Tesco trolleys.”
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