Michael A. Jawer, Emotion Researcher, Speaker, & Author (https://www.michaeljower.com) today joins host Sheryl Sitts, MPA, BA, Broadcaster/Speaker, Writer & Facilitator (https://www.sherylsitts.com) to discuss:
- His latest book Sensitive Soul: The Unseen Role of Emotion in Extraordinary States (available for purchase at https://amzn.to/36uNEbR with a small affiliate fee paid to us in support of the show at no additional cost to you).
- How he became an avid researcher on emotions and their role in our lives (which interestingly enough began with EPA air quality and his personal insights into “sick building syndrome”
- What is meant by a sensitive soul and how can we know if we are one?
- The correlations between thin and thick boundaries and sensitivity
- How a sensitive person can use this book to gain insight into ways to manage this and all the ways we are affected in our lives by these sensitivities
- Autism and sensitivities, the continuum along that spectrum and insights into the surprising world of autism
- How we can navigate our sensitivities more effectively in our daily lives
- Sheryl shares throughout this show her insights from this book and how she has been learning to embrace her sensitivities as a gift rather than a curse and work with them in daily life
- The “gut nervous system” and the wisdom that comes to sensitive people through the gut
- Synesthesia and its connection to sensitivities and autism
- Birthmarks and remembered lives, and how NDEs are connected to sensitivities
- Epigenetics and the role of emotions, to include stories of genetically passed-down memories and trauma from the holocaust and other situations
- Take the boundary quiz to learn whether you are a thick or thin boundary person at https://www.YourEmotionalType.com
…and much more!
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