What's Behind Your Belly Button?

What's Behind Your Belly Button?

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What's Behind Your Belly Button? is a book that tells about the psychology behind gut instinct and how it has a psychological intelligence of its own. The book was published on November 8th, 2011 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform.
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  • Barbara Smith
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "My gut instinct has always been one of the best and I was curious as to how it got to be so superior when I came across this book. This book has been instrumental in figuring myself out and since it is written by actual scientists, I can trust that they truly get who I am and what I'm about. It's also very useful if you're trying to improve your gut instincts, if you feel that you can't really rely on yours at the present. You might read the book and feel a little depressed at your inferior gut instincts, but after one read they will improve by at least 100%. Good luck!"
  • Bryan Burke
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "The solution is perfect if you believe human nature can be summed up by simple gut instinct. The solution chooses one specific direction to go into to try to solve the "best" human nature book. I think its a fair solution. "
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  • Judith Campbell
    Written on April 3, 2018
    "I love self help books and this one doesn't disappoint! I bought it to take on a plane trip and it was so interesting my flight flew right by. It talks about gut instinct and the psychology behind it and is full of all kinds of insight into the connection between intelligence and instinct and how it affects everything we do. I've always thought I had a good gut instinct about things anyway and this book just sort of expanded on that. I think it's a must read for anyone looking for validation of their gut instincts. "
    Jerry Banks
    Written on April 10, 2018
    "I was wondering what was behind my belly button but I got a lot more than bargained for. Great read for those interested in psychology."
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  • Timothy Scott
    Written on April 29, 2018
    "I think that this book has nothing to do with the subject. I would suggest looking up romance novels or something along the lines of that."
  • Vincent Banks
    Written on April 14, 2018
    "There's an odd book that's actually considered to be one of the best for parents. It's called What's Behind Your Belly Button? and it really explains how our stomachs impact our thinking."
    Juan Antonio Sotelo
    Written on April 10, 2018
    "As a parent i felt like this book was okay. I wouldn't call it a must-read but it makes sense the more and more you read."
  • Johnny Hall
    Written on March 31, 2018
    "What's Behind Your Belly Button? is a really good book to read if you are a first time parent in order to learn more about the future mind of your child. It is more geared toward human gut instinct, but it is still a great read for first time parents. Definitely a good book!"
  • Matthew Willis
    Written on May 2, 2018
    "What's Behind Your Belly Button? is the best books to read if you like Malcolm Gladwell"
  • Rubén Arriaga
    Written on April 12, 2018
    "I would highly recommend this book if one needs to engage in any emotional healing. The premise from the authors is that our belly buttons really act as a second brain and that by trusting out gut instincts, we will be able to work through many challenging emotional challenges. The authors base their premise on a number of scientific studies which show that our belly button and "gut" is far more powerful than we give it credit for. The book is a quick read and while the concept may not be for everyone, I found that it was very helpful for me personally when I was going through a challenging phase of my life."
  • Marina Ávalos
    Written on May 2, 2018
    "Authors Love and Sterling point out in their dedication of this book to the youth of the 50s and 60s, that they were the first to realize the power love and peace offers in uniting the various differences within humanity. This was not explainable then -- just a "gut feeling". Since those times the authors have, through extensive research and counseling sessions, along with neurological studies, been able to identify the gut as a second brain; one more in tune with somatic reactions to stress and emotional feelings. Once people learn how to combine the two brains, it becomes possible to use that natural combination to experience healing, stress reduction and dis-ease. "
  • Mark Barnes
    Written on April 18, 2018
    "i am optimistic about single moms"
  • James Howell
    Written on April 24, 2018
    "While an interesting read about a topic i don't see much about, this isn't really an inspirational book, at least not the traditional one i was after. I'm looking for something a bit more broad. Overall, this book wasn't a good fit for what i was looking for. "
    Muhammad Mittal
    Written on April 21, 2018
    "seems good, fits topic"
  • Arjun Tambe
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "Very interesting and informative book about instinct. Trusting one's gut has a deep rooted psychological purpose, and this book does a great job of explaining it in such a way that the average Joe can understand."
  • Daniel Wright
    Written on April 10, 2018
    "THIS IS A HELPFUL SELF HELP BOOK AND I SAY BUY IT TO ALL"
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