Excerpt from the book "The Psychophysiology of Self-Awareness" by Alan Fogel
Comparsion between conceptual and embodied self-awareness
~ Based in linguistic and symbolic forms of expression
~ Rational, logical, explanatory
~ Abstract, transcends the present moment
~ Based in sensing, feeling, and acting
~ Spontaneous, creative, open to change
~ Concrete, lived in the present moment
Sources: Abram (1996), Grendlin (1962), James (1912/1976), Varela, Thompson, and Rosch (1991).
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