The Not Old Better Show Author Interview Series
This is a great show today, with a great guest. Our guest is author Michael Jawer, whose new book, Sensitive Soul: The Unseen Role of Emotion in Extraordinary States, is getting rave reviews online.
We’ll be hearing from Michael Jawer read from Sensitive Soul, as well as answer all our questions, but let me pique your interest with a quick introduction of Michael Jawer:
Michael Jawer is a Washington, DC-based writer, speaker, and researcher. His expertise is the nexus of personality development, body/mind, emotion, and spirituality.
Michael Jawer is the author of three books, the latest, Sensitive Soul (Park Street Press, 2020) which we’ll be discussing today. Michael Jawer authored articles and papers that have appeared in Frontiers in Psychology–Consciousness Research, Journal of Interpersonal Neurobiology Studies, Science & Consciousness Review, Explore, and his feature articles and interviews have run in Psychology Today, and Scientific American.
We’ll hear from Michael Jawer about Deja vu, apparitions, savantism, giftedness, and out-of-body- experiences. So, wonder once more…figure out what it’s all about, and our place in it. A sense of skeptical enthusiasm, tempered by serious scrutiny.
That of course is our guest today, author of the new book, Sensitive Soul, Michael Jawer, reading a passage of interest from Sensitive Soul: The Unseen Role of Emotion in Extraordinary States.
My thanks to Michael Jawer, author of the new book, Sensitive Soul: The Unseen Role of Emotion in Extraordinary States. Please check our website for more details. My thanks, as well, to Amazon Pharmacy’s PillPack for sponsoring today’s show, and thanks to you our wonderful Not Old Better Show audience. Please, everyone, practice smart social distancing, be well, and remember, let’s Talk About Better. The Not Old Better Show.