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Neuronas espejo, la conexión invisible entre mentes que nos permite aprender, enseñar y sobrevivir

Neuronas espejo, la conexión invisible entre mentes que nos permite aprender, enseñar y sobrevivir | Sinapsisele 3.0 | Scoop.it

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LEARN SOMETHING ABOUT EMPATHY - Wisdom for Future Leaders

LEARN SOMETHING ABOUT EMPATHY - Wisdom for Future Leaders | Sinapsisele 3.0 | Scoop.it

Strong empathy may prevent us from doing the wrong things.
Empathy then connects with the divine energy in this person.

 

It is like a guided and divine hand that leads our actions.
You will suddenly know what to do or what better not to do.

 

Name it intuition.

 

Intuition is the faculty of acquiring direct knowledge or insight without thinking our way through it. You simply feel it.

 

Follow this intuition and you will see your way.

 

It is not only that we give empathy, we should understand empathy.

 

http://wisdomforfutureleaders.org/learn-something-about-empathy/


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Anne Egros's curator insight, February 4, 2013 1:57 PM

Intuition? Interesting definition of empathy.

 

For me I explain intuition by opening all our senses to non-verbal signals send by another person.

 

If someone says something but has a body gesture that you interpret as the opposite, your inner radar will feel it and will trigger a reaction in your own brain : perception -> interpretation-> behavior  : in that example interpretation means this person is not trustworthy and as a consequence I won't sign a deal with her. In psychology this is also called the ladder of inference.