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THE SCIENCE

TRUE SELF / FALSE SELF


Knowing oneself comes from attending with compassionate curiosity to what is happening within.

— Gabor Mate

ATTACHMENT THEORY

We are here concerned with nothing less than the nature of love and its origins in the attachment of the baby to his mother... acquired in the course of interaction... and the feedback he experiences as a consequence of his actions.

— Mary Ainsworth

IMPLICIT MEMORY

 

While implicit memories are stimulated by something in the present, they are old feelings that are being revived.

— Marythelma Ransom

MIRROR NEURONS

THE 7 EMOTIONAL CIRCUITS


Feelings are the roots of consciousness. Feelings are the fabric of experience.

— Jaak Panksepp

My account of consciousness unites in a single story the elementary physics of life, the most recent advances in both computational and affective neuroscience and the subtleties of subjective experience that were traditionally explored by psychoanalysis.

— Mark Solms

The left brain apprehends; the right brain comprehends. The left brain is propositional; the right brain is dispositional.

— Iain McGilchrist

I paint not the things I see but the feelings they arouse in me.

— Franz Klien

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