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Brain, the Self and the Person

One of the most fascinating characteristics of human nature is our ability to experience ourselves as a self and person. However, because we have no direct access to our brain in experience, the link between brain and self, and thus between mental and neural states, remains unclear. Recent imaging studies suggest …………

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Horse as a magic symbol

Tomorrow starts the New Year inChina. It’s the year of the horse.

In western countries the horse has a specific symbolic meaning. It stands for power and energy.

A horse is well grounded and helps to experience grounding, contact and trust in reality. You can rely on the horse when you really let go. Emotionally and energetically. This helps to experience reality around you, in relationship and in yourself.

The horse is very sensible and sensitive and remembers how you relate to it. If a horse becomes a friend then you’re really welcome and you have a good friend to rely on.

Insofar I wish you all to meet or to have a good horse. Of course I also wish you a wonderful Happy New Year.

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The direct look into someone`s eyes

Of course people in China look at each other, look into each other’s eyes. But often, especially in specific management situations, negotiations and so on it is not opportune to look into the other’s eyes too intensively, too long or to directly. This could be experienced as too close, too emotional and too offensive.

I get the fantasy that Chinese look at each other but really are not familiar with the experience of “to show up” and “to be seen”. Experiencing such a situation would be to …………

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Eyes or ears?

In western countries it is very popular and of course useful to look at somebody to get an impression of his body-language, nonverbal behaviour and his state of feeling. It is important to get an impression of that what is not put into words or verbal expression. This eye-approach is quite typical for western country. So the visual part of communication is activated and vitalized and a necessary competence for communication.

Of course people in China …………..

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