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Dr Gabor Maté Live in London | The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness, and Healing in a Toxic Culture

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  • How To Academy Mindset
    How To Academy Mindset  5 ай бұрын +41

    Watch more of Dr Gabor here: kzclip.org/p/PLFIigLLitqDmBx70a-rY1n035Oz8HumeC

    • Ofel Atienza
      Ofel Atienza 15 күн бұрын


    • Bryson
      Bryson 16 күн бұрын

      @Su Sha Channels can not have ads. Stop wasting peoples time stating the obvious.

    • Su Sha
      Su Sha 18 күн бұрын

      ​@Bryson yup. It's called you tube prime

    • Bryson
      Bryson 5 ай бұрын +5

      can you get rid of the adds?

  • Constance Walsh
    Constance Walsh 4 ай бұрын +469

    The problem with Dr Gabor Mate is he makes too much sense, too simply - there's not enough money in it, or need for PhDs.
    It takes only observation and reflection to connect the dots, but most of us don't. Gabor Mate is one of the most vital voices on the planet right now.

    • Anna Lisa Vajda
      Anna Lisa Vajda Ай бұрын +1

      It's just the way people are conditioned and desensitized and lack empathy they can't understand the concepts it's not that he does not explain properly. People have an aversion to admitting they have problems too just taught to tough it out too.

    • redrose 7734
      redrose 7734 3 ай бұрын +10

      Gabor Matte easily joins the list of people that we, who want to connect dots, need to hear. He speaks so plainly, yet so eloquently, that his gems of wisdom slip, unimpeded, right into my thoughts. He’s a great speaker and thinker.

    • mellow bellow
      mellow bellow 3 ай бұрын +9

      Simplicity is often genius. Many people are not geniuses. And so cannot join dots. The PhD is required to display kindness towards those who cannot see the obvious. And if they can see it, refuse to cease harm.

    • Constance Walsh
      Constance Walsh 3 ай бұрын +2

      @Seeker Found Thank you!

  • Indu Nair
    Indu Nair 2 ай бұрын +165

    He deserves a Nobel Prize.

    • Tay Ferg
      Tay Ferg 9 күн бұрын +1

      100% couldn’t agree more. I wish these lectures were mandatory classes in school.

    • bohee ATELIER
      bohee ATELIER 9 күн бұрын

      ​@Roja Janeman I agree!

    • JCM
      JCM 9 күн бұрын


    • Eliza Cygan
      Eliza Cygan 11 күн бұрын


    • Yvonne Given
      Yvonne Given 19 күн бұрын

      Indeed 🤯🤯🤯

  • Hanna
    Hanna 4 ай бұрын +258

    His presence alone is so healing.

    • Judy Winters
      Judy Winters 2 ай бұрын +3

      i totally agree. i often put him when I am mulltitasking as his presence calms me down

    • Nel Beverley
      Nel Beverley 2 ай бұрын

      @M K used to be and Gabor discusses this constantly

    • dr.gbailey
      dr.gbailey 2 ай бұрын +2

      So much, right? Sometimes it just needs someone who has the ability to offer you a safe space where you feel unconditionally heard and accepted.

    • Get Help
      Get Help 2 ай бұрын +2

      @learntolive Thanks for the suggestion. I'll try being annoyed with petersons voice like you suggested.

    • Get Help
      Get Help 2 ай бұрын

      Do you have a tendency to join cults?

  • Denise
    Denise 4 ай бұрын +86

    Thank you, Dr Matè. I am 71, and through listening to your explanations about childhood trauma and how it influences who we are, I have been able to reclaim and honour my emotions and the parts of myself that I buried so long ago, to be able to survive.
    I now realise that I was a workaholic from a very young age, because I never felt ‘good enough’, even though I had parents who tried to do the best they could. I had other issues too, and now when I am triggered, I go back to my childhood to understand the trigger and then I can let myself feel the emotions that I could not release until now.
    Letting myself feel all these buried emotions has been amazing and is helping me to be my real self. Nature gave us all of our emotions to inform us on how to react. We just need to listen to these.

  • Queenmplite
    Queenmplite 4 ай бұрын +89

    He is so brilliant and exactly on point. I’m so grateful for his revolutionary contribution to humanity. Love him! ❤❤❤

    • dr.gbailey
      dr.gbailey 2 ай бұрын +1

      @Firewalker G Toni Robbins might be positive and empowering. But Gabor is healing the root of the problem. He is honest and critical. And you are right. For example, Realising that your parents were not really there for you emotionally. Facing your shame, loneliness, and unworthiness is painful and comes with lost of sadness. However, you gotta feel the pain so yo can heal it. Wish you all the best.

    • Firewalker G
      Firewalker G 2 ай бұрын

      @dr.gbailey Tony Robbins has more empowering tools. This guy is so depressing 😭

    • dr.gbailey
      dr.gbailey 2 ай бұрын

      You are so right. It's revolutionary for everyone.

  • Trey Cochran
    Trey Cochran 4 ай бұрын +44

    This man is a lighthouse for truth. Every person on the planet needs to watch this on repeat.

  • Ruud85
    Ruud85 5 ай бұрын +121

    Thank you Dr. Mate for your amazing work. It is completely transforming the way I view myself, my traumas and my healing as well as how I look at the people around me. It is liberating to understand myself better through the perspective you offer us. I am so grateful I encountered your work through KZclip a year ago. Since then I've read all your books and feel motivated to keep on keeping on, feeling all that wants to be felt and expressed in the body. It's no easy ride, like you said, but it's a highly worthwhile venture.

      GARETH_HEAL ON INSTAGRAM 4 ай бұрын +1

      I recommend microdosing mushrooms, it has really helped me on anxiety , panic attack, bipolar disorder, insomnia , depression PTSD and ADHD schizophrenia.......

  • PHCobb
    PHCobb 4 ай бұрын +45

    "It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society."
    -- Jiddu Krishnamurti

  • Odessa Blake
    Odessa Blake Ай бұрын +2

    He just made me feel sooooooooo much better about losing my train of thought when I'm in the flow.

    • Keira Huber
      Keira Huber Ай бұрын +1

      I SO know what you mean😆

  • Vivian Morgan
    Vivian Morgan 2 ай бұрын +8

    He speaks so much truth it makes me tear up. He is a shaman, I feel like he is the soul of healing. I am so grateful for him in our world.

  • Diana Tenney
    Diana Tenney 4 ай бұрын +35

    I love listening to his inspirational speeches on trauma and how environmental factors plays rolls on human development. Thank you for all your teachings!


      I recommend microdosing mushrooms, it has really helped me on anxiety , panic attack, bipolar disorder, insomnia , depression PTSD and ADHD schizophrenia.......

  • virgo
    virgo 2 ай бұрын +10

    He is awesome and his talks are always so insightful. His talks on parenting are particularly interesting. He says when we ignore our our kids when they throw tantrums, they believe our love is conditional. I never thought of it that way. My four year old recently acted out (he also hadn't taken a nap that day) and when I deliberately turned my back on him he started yelling. When I turned around and opened my arms, he immediately embraced me and calmed down, then he went to sleep. I was taught different by elders when a child is crying. Gabor was right about this.

  • Luto
    Luto 2 ай бұрын +6

    God bless this man. I hope he is still around for a long time and able to shine his light upon humanity.

  • Georgiana Bodoiu
    Georgiana Bodoiu Ай бұрын

    I am always in awe for this man every time he talks

  • Nicole Igarashi
    Nicole Igarashi 4 ай бұрын +29

    Watching someone I admire so much have the same processing issues I have from PTSD (38:55) was so validating. I am so embarrassed when I forget what I am talking about. It also happens to him! And he handled it with such grace!

    • Pearlan Feeney-Grater
      Pearlan Feeney-Grater 2 сағат бұрын

      Nothing short of brilliance in a society that is so long overdue for his wisdom.

    • Anna Lisa Vajda
      Anna Lisa Vajda Ай бұрын +2

      I like what he says about authenticity being healing too except I was always authentic and much of the trauma comes from being treated as a liar when I'm honest. Authenticity is no longer celebrated or culturally acceptable it seems truth is almost illegal.

    • sanek94cool
      sanek94cool 3 ай бұрын +3

      Oh there's so many folks that forget about what we tell. Not sure if it's a result of PTSD, but we are with you :)

  • Val Tracey
    Val Tracey 5 ай бұрын +54

    Incredibly inspiring talk - captures the essence of the book. Sharing this far and wide is the quickest and most effective way to spread the word on what it is to be human ….. authentically human. Thank you Gabor for educating me and setting me on the path to healing ❤️

      GARETH_HEAL ON INSTAGRAM 4 ай бұрын +2

      I recommend microdosing mushrooms, it has really helped me on anxiety , panic attack, bipolar disorder, insomnia , depression PTSD and ADHD schizophrenia.......

  • J T
    J T 3 ай бұрын +29

    I was at this talk. He’s a fantastic public speaker and his work is so so important. I hope this book becomes as big and influential as The Body Keeps the Score. Truly life changing.

    • J T
      J T 29 күн бұрын +1

      @Kristi 94 me too

    • Kristi 94
      Kristi 94 29 күн бұрын

      ​​@J T I'm personally put off by Tony Robbins. People who are loud and too out there kind of exhaust me.Nothing against them profiting from being life coaches, I just pick the ones that feel better listening to.

    • J T
      J T Ай бұрын +1

      @Get Help I think his relaxed toned down style matches the content he is delivering. It feels very sincere, honest and true, He’s not the type to come out like some Tony Robbins US spiritual healer type, yelling about how you can turn your life around with these 10 easy steps.

    • Get Help
      Get Help 2 ай бұрын

      Is he really a great speaker? I like what he has to say but he's basically muttering. Not projecting his voice at all. Not what I would call a fantastic public speaker.

  • Yolo
    Yolo 4 ай бұрын +6

    Trauma is an epidemic. This Dr has helped me so much in many ways.

  • Cynthia SN
    Cynthia SN 2 ай бұрын +4

    He is a gift to the world!

  • Thomas Lund
    Thomas Lund 3 ай бұрын +2

    Phenomenal man. I have all his books and they are precious to me!

  • Mary Grogan
    Mary Grogan 3 ай бұрын +6

    This man is simply awesome. I learn so much from him. He is right about the medical profession. It is very frustrating to deal with doctors who can't help past a certain point.

  • Leticia Cortez
    Leticia Cortez 4 ай бұрын +5

    I always learn so much about humanity, our culture & history from Dr Gabor Maté.

  • Sheri Knight
    Sheri Knight Ай бұрын

    Absolutely he could change our world❤

  • Kay Irvine
    Kay Irvine 4 ай бұрын +10

    Thankyou so much for your passion and your continued critical thinking into trauma and health. There are few sane voices out there and I am so grateful for your and those few others compassion. There is hope for our future healthy relationship with ourselves and others. I put out there that one day I will be able to meet you. I’m interested in the connection between trauma, blockage of the flow and creative and inspirational breakthrough


      I recommend microdosing mushrooms, it has really helped me on anxiety , panic attack, bipolar disorder, insomnia , depression PTSD and ADHD schizophrenia.......

  • Kat
    Kat 3 ай бұрын +4

    Gabor Mate is an international treasure! I love him!

  • Patricia Kaplan
    Patricia Kaplan 4 ай бұрын +10

    At thirty two minutes, I felt recognized for the first time in my life. Thank you Gabor.

  • JCM
    JCM 9 күн бұрын

    So incredibly clear. Immense clarity and insight, achieved through his own journey and, I am sure, a huge amount of reading and studying and research and enquiring and reflecting. Thank God that at 77 years old, Dr. Maté can swim miles and miles and travel the world to answer our questions. He has himself experienced so much pain and so many ailments that he is the walking proof that one can heal the disconnection from our Self. May he be honored and received everywhere so that his insight and wisdom can be picked up by many and inspire them to walk in his footsteps ‼️

  • Judann Pec
    Judann Pec 27 күн бұрын

    I learned something, always do when Mate speaks. So great this knowledgable doctor makes himself available for people to share such insightful valualble information. It all makes so much sense, much learned through his own life. He shares his own painful experience, making himself real when he speaks.

  • James Curtiss
    James Curtiss 6 күн бұрын

    This is one of the best videos I have watched in a very long time and I watch thousands of hours each year.

  • Joseph Tein
    Joseph Tein 4 ай бұрын +21

    I've listened to many of Gabor's talks on KZclip, dozens of hours. I understand much better about addiction and trauma. I'm seeing more clearly how we live in a disconnected culture that promotes mental and physical dis-ease that isn't just rooted in physical factors. Gabor spells out these things very clearly, based on his experiences as a doctor as well as his own life. Listening to his talks has also opened my eyes to the dysfunction and neglect I experienced in my own family, so I can see much more clearly where my parents neglected and deprived me emotionally ... and at the same time I can forgive them better because I think "what did they know?" and "they had no clue, look how they grew up." The thing I'm missing in all of Gabor's talks is where do we go from here? He gives us an excellent in-depth analysis of the problems and how they came about, but I hear no success stories. I would love to hear stories of people who overcome their emotional trauma, neglect, and disconnection and are living at their full potential. Gabor says "healing is possible" in his talk here. Great! Can you show us what it looks like?

    • Katie Greenwood
      Katie Greenwood 2 ай бұрын +1

      You are very welcome Henrietta, happy to help! 💖

    • Henrietta
      Henrietta 2 ай бұрын +1

      @Katie Greenwood oh Katie, thats super!! saves me a trip having to go through entire 1.5hr again...Bless ya, lass
      ...happy new year! ✊️

    • Katie Greenwood
      Katie Greenwood 2 ай бұрын +2

      45:30 onwards.
      He’s referring to the The big T and small T trauma’s.
      The big T trauma’s like doing bad things to children, or terrible experiences that cause childhood wounding. Sexual abuse, death of a parent, physical and emotional abuse.
      The second is the small T traumas, wounding caused when parents enforce certain behaviours in children that align with their own needs and expectations rather than what the child needs. Children have to therefore choose attachment to their caregivers over authenticity of themselves.
      Hope that helps. 😊

    • Henrietta
      Henrietta 2 ай бұрын

      im also still waiting for him to say "there are two ways to hurt a child" so what was the second one?

    • Michelle Eis
      Michelle Eis 4 ай бұрын

      I agree! There is so much information out there to help us understand how we got here, but very little about how to over come and heal.

  • CC Superbad
    CC Superbad 28 күн бұрын

    Absolutely brilliant. Thank you Dr Mate for sharing your heartfelt, sensible scientific knowledge and level-headed , compassionate wisdom.

  • Robyn Forman
    Robyn Forman 4 ай бұрын +28

    Keep up the important work you are doing behind the scenes.
    You deserve a gold medal.
    Greetings from England

  • deb williams
    deb williams 4 ай бұрын +16

    Thank you Dr Gabor Matè. Bless you for walking on this precious earth and sharing your gifts with us all 💚💙🙏🏻🌀

  • Sunshine
    Sunshine 4 ай бұрын +4

    It’s a blessing to listen to this man.

  • Paul Barringer
    Paul Barringer 3 ай бұрын +1

    We need more positive out spoken people like him!!!

  • SissiPotsdam
    SissiPotsdam 3 ай бұрын +1

    If you've learned to function and suppress your emotions, his books turn everything upside down in the best sense. For me it`s life- changing. Thank you Gabor Maté! I think my new path involves qi gong instead of fighting. Anything that teaches me to be more aware of myself.

    • dr.gbailey
      dr.gbailey 2 ай бұрын +1

      This is so true. When we've learned avoiding our emotions we will experience all sorts of physical and mental health issues. Finding ways on how to connect with your feelings and allowing them to be there can be so incredibly healing.

  • Mirel goi
    Mirel goi 4 ай бұрын +33

    "Healing comes as a result of recognizing a greater purpose in your life."
    "This is your world. This is why you have come. You did not come to sleep on a beautiful planet, but to help preserve it and protect the human family from decline and from subjugation."
    Both quotes from *The New Message from God* which is an endless source of wisdom received to serve our times and the times to come.

  • Edward O'Toole
    Edward O'Toole 4 ай бұрын +9

    I just discovered Gabor Mate on you tube recently and his scientific explanation sounds completely logical to me, I knew in my heart that it was something outside of me; my situation the government etc was making me depressed not just me and my perception of the world.


      I recommend microdosing mushrooms, it has really helped me on anxiety , panic attack, bipolar disorder, insomnia , depression PTSD and ADHD schizophrenia.......

    • Chad Michael
      Chad Michael 4 ай бұрын

      100 percent.

  • Modern Jewelry Creators
    Modern Jewelry Creators 4 ай бұрын +5

    This man needs to be speaking everywhere - or just share these videos! He’s so brilliant

    • Lafuerza11
      Lafuerza11 4 ай бұрын

      Good news! He is speaking everywhere!! The past few years he has been lecturing and being interviewed world-wide , non-stop is seems. All of his books are worth reading and sharing along with the videos.

  • Kailani
    Kailani 4 ай бұрын +4

    Thank you so much Dr. Gabor, for all you do for so many worldwide, you've sincerely and truly changed my life in a positive manner giving me the tools and knowledge to heal and live freely in this life 💫

  • susan langkilde
    susan langkilde 4 ай бұрын +6

    Thank you so much Gabor Mate!❤ I am filled with gratitude, tears in my eyes, grateful that people like you exist, grateful that you will share your abundance of knowledge and experience

  • Anita Struthers
    Anita Struthers 4 ай бұрын +7

    A wise master who accepts himself as being human ☮️

  • Yasmin B.
    Yasmin B. 4 ай бұрын +4

    "We are stuffing down our pain" omg that is literally me

  • Gale Espressos
    Gale Espressos 4 ай бұрын +4

    @Dr Gabor Mate A group of us here want to say, we love you so much for your humanity, good sense, and extraordinary insight shared with us all in teachings and compassionate communication. Thank you.

  • Sonja Beets
    Sonja Beets 4 ай бұрын +7

    Thank you Dr. Gabor Maté much for the Myth of Normal. A great study, finally a way which go to the deeper, feeling A feeling which gives so much pains and misunderstandings, the urge to recieve all this knowledge by you, a knowledge of flesh and blood and transformed to real wisdom, this mixture makes it as food for the damaged soul, how to deal with mental pains and seeing a path of life which is without blockage. This book is a balm for the soul! And thank you for all your work!

  • Larry Mosca
    Larry Mosca 2 ай бұрын +2

    Gabor is brilliant!

  • Christine Kinn
    Christine Kinn 4 ай бұрын +5

    Wow. Around 5:00 and following is a profound insight. We still invoke the philosophers gone by as if their theories have relevance to us in today's culture when in fact they could only be speaking from their own reality. Gabor sheds a laser light not only on this perspective but in fact his entire premise is that we can only move forward to a healthier society and individuals through nothing less than acceptance of a whole new paradigm. Rather than seeming daunting, that feels refreshing and possible. At last.


      I recommend microdosing mushrooms, it has really helped me on anxiety , panic attack, bipolar disorder, insomnia , depression PTSD and ADHD schizophrenia.......

  • Goddess of Guinevere
    Goddess of Guinevere 3 ай бұрын

    Incredibly happy he points out, it doesn't mean you have to be a sitting duck for other's unacceptable behavior's due to trauma. I've been teaching that for so long and it hasn't felt like there's much back up. We understand what is true, and it's great to have it validated by such a great mind! Thank you!

  • James Joel Holmes
    James Joel Holmes 4 ай бұрын +5

    Thank you so much for this lecture! You've made me think of things I didn't think were possible. I'm an addict and often struggle to find my way in this world. You've given me some hope that there might be a way to find myself. Healing. Thank you!

  • Jan Groh
    Jan Groh 3 ай бұрын +8

    Yeah, medical school is literally an eight year toxic hazing ritual. It's super ableist and yes, traumatizing. So of course it doesn't want to recognize trauma or disability. (Except as a savior complex with a pill in hand.) It's also often traumatizing to patients too. Please keep speaking out, everyone. We all deserve better, doctors and patients, both.

  • N.J. Rihari
    N.J. Rihari 3 ай бұрын +3

    Dr Gabor Mate is who the medical establishment and Govts across the world need to be
    listening too. He's vital to the planet and all who live on it, we simply dont have enough
    peeps like him👍🏼🥰🤩🌻

  • Lichfeldian — Suttonian
    Lichfeldian — Suttonian 2 ай бұрын +1

    I belong to a men's mental health support group and Gabor Maté is very much a topic of conversation, especially his article on "Authenticity versus Attachment". Gabor Maté is the person of our time who joins the dots others dare not because of all the factors Gabor is referring to. He makes so much sense in today's social/cultural environment.

  • Legendary Lessons
    Legendary Lessons Ай бұрын +1

    As someone who has struggled with addiction and trauma, Dr Maté's work is particularly meaningful to me. It's reassuring to hear that virtually all disease is actually a natural reflection of life in an abnormal culture, and that true health is possible if we're willing to embrace our true selves. Thank you, Dr Maté, for your groundbreaking medical work and writing, and for sharing your expertise on addiction, trauma, stress, and childhood development with the world. Your insights are truly life-changing!

  • adirsab
    adirsab 3 ай бұрын

    Dr. Gabor Maté is THE GOAT. Everyone should see his movie 'The Wisdom of Trauma' Its such an important film. I really recommend.

  • Ash K
    Ash K 3 ай бұрын +3

    Finally spirituality and science are reading from the same page. Preservation of the authentic self.

  • Leonore Laidler
    Leonore Laidler Ай бұрын

    Dr Mate is so right about the disconnect between medicine and the evidence. I looked up Richard Bentall and loved this quote from an article in 'The Guardian' 'Bentall says people in his profession often struggle to know themselves. “There’s that old joke about two psychologists meeting and one says to the other: ‘You’re all right, how am I?’” he says. “I don’t think anybody ever studies psychology and successfully uses it to fix themselves.” I know that Dr Mate states himself that he still has struggles, but oh how he his helping so many people through their struggles, me included and for which I truly thank him.

    THE MYTH OF "HEALTH" 4 ай бұрын +2

    Amen!! Thank you for your incredible work and depth of insight.

  • Kerry Seuss
    Kerry Seuss 4 ай бұрын +2

    Fantastic talk, resonates on the deepest levels.. 👏

  • GM Zero “Zero”
    GM Zero “Zero” 4 ай бұрын +1

    This is helping me recover my mind and body.

  • Melissa Ziselman
    Melissa Ziselman 3 ай бұрын +2

    Thank you Dr. Mate. Just started your book! Amazing presentation

  • Mary R.
    Mary R. 5 ай бұрын +18

    From the bottom of my heart. ❤️ 💙 💜
    Our hearts gratitude is beyond words.
    How you have embraced the prickly pear of traumatic sorrow and suffering while at the same time holding hope and healthy wholesome mirroring to give back a reflection for one and all to survive and see life in new perspective.
    The broken found tools to repair their destructed life and found mending as you mapped them on the road life could have anew instore.
    We are One. We are strength within the Spirit to lift and raise and give water and light to one another. We belong to one another.
    To reach in and then reach out to one another. Life awaits this will and this way.
    Good Doctor thank you.


      I recommend microdosing mushrooms, it has really helped me on anxiety , panic attack, bipolar disorder, insomnia , depression PTSD and ADHD schizophrenia.......

    • LisaR Nichols
      LisaR Nichols 4 ай бұрын +2

      Beautifully said. 🌹

  • Elysium Greene
    Elysium Greene 4 ай бұрын +3

    Such incredible work & information with the most eloquent delivery - thank you very much!

  • Tim Greig
    Tim Greig 4 ай бұрын +3

    The question on my mind is: Why would the body's response to stress be illness and death? We have a long history of living in stressful environments ( surrounded by everything trying to kill us) and yet, I don't think we died from illness generated by stress

    • J T
      J T 3 ай бұрын +1

      We are naturally able to fight or flight or freeze in stressful situations where our lives might be in danger, like being chased by a tiger. We feel the stress and then the body can return to normal state. The trauma can resolve itself and we don’t end up traumatised in the long term. However, in the modern world a lot of the stresses are unnatural and misguided parenting causes childhood traumas and these often don’t resolve themselves naturally and the body stays in a state of fear, stress, shock. Or the childhood traumas causes us to live in the world as a adult in an unnatural way, such as a people pleaser, and we don’t have proper boundaries or express emotion healthily and then the body takes on the stress and gets sick. Check out Peter Levine, who Gabor quotes in the book, his work on trauma and it’s impact in the body.

    • gene chorney
      gene chorney 4 ай бұрын

      It's overwhelming stress that the body is incapable of mitigating that causes the trauma

    • Shelly Shelly
      Shelly Shelly 4 ай бұрын +5

      I think this reflects a misunderstanding. Mate argues that trauma is not what happens to us ('stressful environment') but how we process (or fail to process) what happens to us.

  • Lynne Bucher
    Lynne Bucher 3 ай бұрын +1

    My rheumatologist agrees my PMR (Polymyalgia Rheumatica) was brought on by stress. I'd had two horrible years of dealing with parent health and financial issues, and the death of my mother pushed me over the edge. Thankfully I'm cured for now and am very protective of my mental health, try to manage stress levels, and hope to never get this condition again.

  • bobmarley965
    bobmarley965 Ай бұрын

    Beloved, this is such an auspicious being. I am a Jamaican and a UK citizen. This makes so much sense.

  • Diana Boughner
    Diana Boughner 4 ай бұрын +5

    💞Thank you so much💞A lot of clarity that helps me and the understanding of intergenerational trauma and the resulting disconnect from the authentic self and the path back to self (self-care, self-compassion, self-worth). A very long journey for me and slow progress but combined with counselling and my own ferreting out many sources of information and insight there is progress😊

  • Neta Vergan
    Neta Vergan 4 ай бұрын +1

    I read his book Hungry Ghosts. An excellent book. In this video he said something most important, that there is something in us that is always present and untouchable, sacred. You can also find this idea in A Course in Miracles.

  • Sofi
    Sofi 4 ай бұрын +2

    Incredible as usual, thanks!

  • AC
    AC Ай бұрын

    I am in awe of Gabor

  • Pinar Geneci
    Pinar Geneci 4 ай бұрын +6

    I wish I knew about Gabor Mate before I had my children. They need to teach these to pregnant mothers during the antenatal classes. Had I known what I know now I would’ve got psycho therapy before having children and healed my own childhood traumas. They need to get rid of programmes like Supernanny who I almost followed, thank God I couldn’t be bothered with a naughty step. And teach more about conscious parenting and importance of emotional attachment in the early years and it’s importance on babies brain development. Women need more emotional support by the culture we live in.

    • Katie Greenwood
      Katie Greenwood 2 ай бұрын

      I think you’d really appreciate Carol Tuttle’s ‘The Child Whisperer’ Children are born with an innate sense of who they are, they have built in talents and needs that are not the same for each child. She recognises these and how to parent children based on energy profiling. Opened my eyes to my own needs that weren’t met and encouraging to know this can be healed. She has also written ‘It’s just my nature’ the more adult focused version. 💖

    • WholeheartedEnv
      WholeheartedEnv 4 ай бұрын

      There is a book called 'unconditional parenting' by a guy called Alfie John I think his name is that is worth a read too, if even only for 'reparenting' oneself.

  • James Lopez
    James Lopez Ай бұрын

    Thanks Gabor Mate' for Speaking English Language That I Understand! I'm American! Born and Raised in the United States! Your Words Your English I Understand and is Helpful and Healing for me! ❤️✌️🙏

  • ✨Tarra Ann Tulla✨
    ✨Tarra Ann Tulla✨ 2 ай бұрын

    I would like to give some hope. I have gone through so much, but I am ok now. Most importantly, give yourself a break, and some courtesy. Spend time with animals ( if you find them comforting) and in nature. Don't worry if you aren't accomplishing your daily tasks as much as you think you should. Drink some tea, or do whatever thing, nomatter how small that brings you some comfort. It can be okay

  • C.J. Wolf
    C.J. Wolf 4 ай бұрын +8

    Is there anyone who doesn’t absolutely love this man?

    • C.J. Wolf
      C.J. Wolf 4 ай бұрын

      @Remy Petit yep

    • Remy Petit
      Remy Petit 4 ай бұрын +2

      Yes, and they need his wisdom more than anyone

  • Claudia Ramirez
    Claudia Ramirez Ай бұрын

    What he is talking about is a great information that I learnt 12 years ago with Enric Corbera!

  • bobmarley965
    bobmarley965 Ай бұрын

    Beloved the one thing all light workers have in common is humility, He is soooo amazing, As a counsellor and someone on a counselling course, this being is my savour. There is so much unnecessary bullshit and how refreshing is truth

  • Sonia Ramos
    Sonia Ramos 3 ай бұрын +4

    This man is such a treasure to humanity and I'm 41 minutes into the video and NOBODY gets him a bottle of water to help him with his coughing from talking. His message is captivating but let us not forget our compassion. Next time, get him a bottle of water!

    • Kai Delvendahl
      Kai Delvendahl 3 ай бұрын +2

      There is a bottle of water on a table next to him, as you can see in the first few minutes of the talk.

  • MPW
    MPW 2 ай бұрын

    Bought the book I’m devouring it it’s so good

  • Adrian Holwell
    Adrian Holwell 3 ай бұрын +2

    No anger just love

  • Lynda Murray
    Lynda Murray 4 ай бұрын +1

    Love this. I recommend reading Civilised to Death by Christopher Ryan as well.

  • Link
    Link 5 ай бұрын +7

    Just wonderful. Hippy consciousness meets neuroscience- some years later.

    • The Oakenwulf
      The Oakenwulf 4 ай бұрын



      I recommend microdosing mushrooms, it has really helped me on anxiety , panic attack, bipolar disorder, insomnia , depression PTSD and ADHD schizophrenia.......

  • Barbara Ann Scarlet
    Barbara Ann Scarlet 4 ай бұрын +1

    Brilliant man , share his book!!

  • joanne shelsher
    joanne shelsher 4 ай бұрын +2

    Enlightening.....Thank you Dr Gabor Mate🙏

  • Heno heno
    Heno heno 4 ай бұрын +7

    He's a saint

  • Wendy Crist
    Wendy Crist 2 ай бұрын

    To the topic of activism 1) patients asking their doctors for more and /or telling them about their pain, may be an act of activism.
    2) you don’t have to subject yourself to activist stressors to help change the world. To quote Joe Campbell, “a vital life vitalizes.” Heal yourself and move the collective up

  • carlos g.anfruns
    carlos g.anfruns 3 ай бұрын +1

    His last response is "key"...Thank you.

  • Yoga Nature
    Yoga Nature 5 ай бұрын +5

    Yes, Sir
    Let’s become intergenerationally healthy, not just survivors. Pls!
    Let the data inform our paradigms.


      I recommend microdosing mushrooms, it has really helped me on anxiety , panic attack, bipolar disorder, insomnia , depression PTSD and ADHD schizophrenia.......

  • Jennifer Lennon
    Jennifer Lennon 4 ай бұрын +13

    A MUST read! The book is full of jaw-dropping info!!!!


      I recommend microdosing mushrooms, it has really helped me on anxiety , panic attack, bipolar disorder, insomnia , depression PTSD and ADHD schizophrenia.......

    • Tiggy Katz
      Tiggy Katz 4 ай бұрын

      I just got the book!

  • Ra freaq
    Ra freaq 4 ай бұрын

    Köszönjük ❤️‍🔥

  • Tavares Emanuel
    Tavares Emanuel 4 ай бұрын +1

    Thank you so much Dr Gabor

  • Karon Chapman
    Karon Chapman 9 күн бұрын

    They better hurry up with the Nobel peace prize... he deserves it. He's accumulated enough knowledge of the right things in one place to help the when human race. Not many live long enough to know all he does. We ignore him at our own peril.

  • Clueless Junk
    Clueless Junk Ай бұрын

    This man needs to sit on Mike Rashid’s podcast. I’d definitely tap in

  • acajudi100
    acajudi100 3 ай бұрын

    Prayers sent from Queretaro.

  • Rozsa Bokor
    Rozsa Bokor 3 ай бұрын +1

    Very touching

  • lalinka17
    lalinka17 4 ай бұрын +2

    just wow!! from the beginning till the end..

  • sara dantas
    sara dantas 4 ай бұрын +2

    Amazing work, thank you Dr Mate! (And..ahh…is it just me that thinks his voice is same like Johny Depp? 😮)

  • v amendola
    v amendola 4 ай бұрын

    Honey bee Queens and worker bees have a similar life system. They care for her and she makes all the off spring, male and female and if she dies they will care for a few cells that will become a Queen for the hive. Nature is so amazing!

  • America Theghetto
    America Theghetto 4 ай бұрын +2

    Gabor, I want a re-do. If I can’t have a re-do, I’m going to turn this Complex trauma on it’s head.

  • Susan Penn
    Susan Penn 2 ай бұрын

    We need to get to how to work with, heal from intergenerational trauma. How to actively develop or utilize practices that can help with stress that dysregulates the system and causes disease. I have the book, I've followed the research...it's often 7/8ths setting the stage and 1/8 some possibilities for healing and day by day self care, community care, collective care.

  • S  Y  S  T  E  M - Áudio & Legendas Em Português

    Simply Marvellous! Getting Truer and truer For Good Common Health


      I recommend microdosing mushrooms, it has really helped me on anxiety , panic attack, bipolar disorder, insomnia , depression PTSD and ADHD schizophrenia.......