What's Behind Your Belly Button?

By Martha Char Love & Robert W. Sterling

Psychology & philosophy, Health & well-being, Personal growth | Paperback


Although numerous books and articles talk about gut instinct as valuable in giving us hunches in the decision-making process, "What's Behind Your Belly Button?" goes much further. It explains how gut feelings not only have a psychological intelligence of their own, but are also understandably rational in their functioning. The authors explore how gut feelings are like a gas gauge in our guts, indicating through an emotional feeling of emptiness or fullness how well the two instinctive human needs for acceptance (attention from others) and control of one's own responses (freedom) are being met, and how our behavior attempts to keep these two instinctive needs in balance. They explore how both needs motivate nearly all our behaviors, and that the memory of how well these needs are met from moment-to-moment may be accessed through somatic awareness of our gut feelings using the unique Somatic Reflection Process the authors have developed.


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Although numerous books and articles talk about gut instinct as valuable in giving us hunches in the decision-making process, "What's Behind Your Belly Button?" goes much further. It explains how gut feelings not only have a psychological intelligence of their own, but are also understandably rational in their functioning. The authors explore how gut feelings are like a gas gauge in our guts, indicating through an emotional feeling of emptiness or fullness how well the two instinctive human needs for acceptance (attention from others) and control of one's own responses (freedom) are being met, and how our behavior attempts to keep these two instinctive needs in balance. They explore how both needs motivate nearly all our behaviors, and that the memory of how well these needs are met ...


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Martha retired in 2008 with her husband, Michael (Zardoa) Love, to Oahu, Hawaii. And immediately upon first laying on the sandy beaches, she decided to use her leisure time to begin a writing career. Three years later, she published as a co-author with her colleague of 40 years, Robert W. Sterling, a book called What’s Behind Your Belly Button? A Psychological Perspective of the Intelligence of Human Nature and Gut Instinct. It is a narrative of the maturation of sciences of psychology and neurology that explores gut feeling intelligence and is based on their lifetime career experiences as guidance counselors, educators, and school psychologists.


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Martha retired in 2008 with her husband, Michael (Zardoa) Love, to Oahu, Hawaii. And immediately upon first laying on the sandy beaches, she decided to use her leisure time to begin a writing career. Three years later, she published as a co-author with her colleague of 40 years, Robert W. Sterling, a book called What’s Behind Your Belly Button? A Psychological Perspective of the Intelligence of Hu...


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