The Ocean of EmotionwithMichael Jawer

Books Mentioned In This Interview

michael jawer your emotional type michael jawer the spiritual anatomy of emotion antonio damasio the feeling of what happens christof koch the feeling of life itself ernest hartmann boundaries: a new way to look at the world joanne ruthsatz the prodigy's cousin jim b tucker return to life ian stevenson where reincarnation and biology intersect paul pearsall the heart's code jaak panksepp affective neuroscience rupert sheldrake dogs that know when their owners are coming home lawrence anthony the elephant whisperer carl safina beyond words: what animals think and feel philip goff galileo's error dean radin the conscious universe harold atmanspacher the pauli-jung conjecture

Michael Jawer is author of Sensitive Soul: The Unseen Role of Emotion in Extraordinary States. He is coauthor, with Dr. Marc Micozzi, of two books: Your Emotional Type: Key to the Therapies That Will Work for You as well as The Spiritual Anatomy of Emotions: How Feelings Link the Brain, the Body, and the Sixth Sense. His websites are and

Here he presents his view that emotions are a relatively unexplored dimension of parapsychological functioning. He discusses the psychological parameter of boundary thickness and thinness. The discussion covers a range of topics including PTSD, synesthesia, environmental sensitivity, prodigies and savants, as well as emotional awareness in animals.

(Recorded on November 21)


Published on December 7, 2020


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