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-- Edited by Jgirl on Wednesday 22nd of November 2017 01:41:54 AM

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I'm sorry about your dog's health JGirl ...
Thank you for sharing this reading.

Hugs,

Iléana

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Good topic J-gal...

 I listen to the radio at work a fair bit. On Tuesday there was an interview with a child of a holocaust survivor.

She suggested that the effects of trauma might be passed on genetically. My view is that this is possible. However i believe it is passed on culturally and socially. Every little twitch of the face- every bit of intonation in the body language... we all instinctively bond with the people who are closest to us. Even if these people have toxic emotions.

We cannot change our genetic make-up. But we can change our emotions.

I felt that this was impossible- but it had to be tried.



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-- Edited by Jgirl on Wednesday 22nd of November 2017 01:42:27 AM

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There was this test on the internet to 'read (interpret) people's emotions' and 'mood' looking at black and white photos of different eyes and eyebrows (all different people) and choosing the adjective from different ones that could also fit the expression somewhat. I scored 100% on it in a fraction of the time they gave to take the test. Another one concerning picking up on micro - expressions that occur and disappear on a person's face unconsciously in a microsecond, you can barely see them. I scored high on that too, but not 100 if I remember correctly.

Just something interesting I found about myself 



-- Edited by Jgirl on Wednesday 22nd of November 2017 01:43:02 AM

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