Book:What's Behind Your Belly Button? A Psychological Perspective of the Intelligence of Human Nature and Gut Instinct

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Title:What's Behind Your Belly Button? A Psychological Perspective of the Intelligence of Human Nature and Gut Instinct
Author:Martha Char Love and Robert W. Sterling
Subjects:Health, Psychology, Society and Social Sciences
Key words:gut feelings, intuition, gut instincts, somatic psychology, self-awareness
Education Level:High Schools, Higher Education
License:All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright
Description:"What’s Behind Your Belly Button?" explains exactly what your gut feelings are capable of telling you about your inner instinctive needs, how to listen to the voice of your gut, and how to use both of your brains—head and gut—to work together for your optimal health and well-being. This book is recommended for anyone looking for a hopeful view of humankind and a method for getting in touch with gut instincts to reduce stress, cope with fear and anxiety, deal with health issues and make efforts to stay healthy, and to increase optimal problem-solving and life decision-making abilities.

Although numerous books and articles have recently talked about the gut instincts as valuable in giving us useful hunches in the decision-making process, “What’s Behind Your Belly Button?” goes much further and explains how gut feelings not only have a psychological intelligence of their own, but are also understandably rational in their functioning and reflect in their own voice how well the two instinctive human needs of acceptance and of control of one’s own responses in our lives are being met. The authors share a complete protocol and results of clinical research findings for the Somatic Reflection Process that they have created and used successfully with over 40 years experience to assist the process of getting in touch with the voice of the gut and learning to follow its wisdom toward a healthy life—unifying the body-mind split in the individuation process and increasing access to one’s intuition. While the authors make this material easy to understand, the psychological explanations of gut intelligence and instincts in this book are comprehensive, well-researched, and based upon clinical studies with hundreds of people in counseling sessions by the authors. An excellent book for students of psychology and professionals alike.


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