Monday, July 16, 2012
We actually do have gut instincts, gut feelings, a "second brain" (see Gershon's work) that relates and records how well our instinctual human needs are being met (see our book "What's Behind Your Belly Button?", as well as one of our fellow blog member Grant Soosalu's book "mBraining", which I highly recommend). And it takes quite a bit of inner work to truly recognize them, to tell the difference in gut feelings from emotional feelings, and to understand what about you and your environment your gut feelings are expressing, to understand the impact of experience upon you. Bob and I have found as counselors, researchers, and educators over 40 plus years on this subject that people find that their intuition and healthy decision-making increases exponentially with somatic reflection on the awareness of one's gut feelings. A reflection into one's past to reassess the meaning of our experiences and update our "thinking patterns", conscious and unconscious, is a healing and healthy experience.
Friday, July 13, 2012
New Book Helps You Understand How Your Gut Brain is Rational and How to Use It
"What's Behind Your Belly Button? A Psychological Perspective
of the Intelligence of Human Nature and Gut Instinct"
on The Book Depository for free international shipping.
Click on a book cover below to go to Amazon to Buy:
"Increasing Intuitional Intelligence" is available on Amazon USA and Amazon UK
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