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A General Theory of Love by Thomas Lewis
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Dec 11, 2011

it was amazing
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Read in October, 2010

An informative book that explores our interconnectedness from a neurophysiological perspective. Of particular interest to me within this book is the idea that mammalian development, humans included, seems to be based on the attunement or mirroring of other entities neural networks in combination with genetic background and worldly experience. This idea interests me with regard to a something I've been experiencing and pondering for several years now in relation to what happens between two people who are sitting in silence with each other. My experience of this situation has been some form of communication that is expressed in a language that is easier to comprehend than our usual linguistic expression. Combining this experience with with the ideas express in this book, I may now reflect further on what this communication might actually be about.

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