THE TASTE OF EMOTIONS
Call them mind and body, thought and matter, rationality and emotions, every time we need to act successfully we are trapped in a fictitious choice. We are forgetting the basic skill of “feeling” body and emotions. The widespread interest we see about emotions is just a passing fad if we do not listen to body and mind as a whole.
This book invites the reader to experiment with all the emotional potential of everyday life avoiding both specialized approaches and the rhetoric about positive feelings and authentic emotions. Regaining confidence with emotional skills we all have taking them out of old cultural frameworks is a precondition to grow and evolve as human being and professionals, especially in education.
Inspiration for this book comes from the author’s long-term relationship with migraine and from his experience in emotional intelligence workshops at the University of Bergamo and at “Kyron” training school of Integrated Psychomotricity in Milan, Italy.