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<strong>“[Salinas] writes with depth and candor and immediacy, as well as a great deal of compassion in the Oliver Sacks tradition.… I predict this book will be a classic not only in the synesthesia literature, but in all of neuroscience." <em>—Psychology Today</em></strong>

Challenging our understanding of what it means to be human, Joel Salinas, a Harvard-trained researcher and neurologist at Massachusetts General, shares his experiences with mirror-touch synesthesia, a rare and only recently identified neurological trait that causes him to feel the emotional and physical experiences of other people. Performing a spinal tap, he feels the needle slowly enter his lower back. If a disoriented patient flies into a confused rage, Salinas slips into a similarly agitated physical state, and when a patient dies, he experiences an involuntary ruin—his body starts to feel like a limp balloon.

Susceptible to the pain and discomfort of his patients, most of whom suffer from a host of disorders and extreme injuries, Salinas uses his trait to treat their symptoms, almost as if they were his own.  At the same time, in his personal life, his mirror touch blurs the boundaries between himself and those close to him until he ends up inextricably entangled, no longer able to differentiate where he ends and someone else begins.

Salinas refers to his condition as a kind of compulsory mindfulness, a heightened empathic ability that offers him invaluable clues about how to see and live the world through other people’s perspectives. This heightened sense of awareness is at the center of <em>Mirror Touch</em>. Through his experiences, both in his neurological practice and his personal life, Salinas offers readers insights about mirror-touch synesthesia and how the brain, in its endless wonder, can sometimes perform in a nearly superhuman, extrasensory way. In the process, Salinas reveals the full power and potential of his trait, as well as its thorny complications and often debilitating limitations.

Beautifully written with intelligence and compassion and anchored by the latest developments in neurology, psychology and psychiatry, <em>Mirror Touch </em>is an enthralling and wholly original investigation into the unexplored corners of the brain, where the foundation of human experience and relationships take root—everything it means to think, to feel, and to be.

 

 










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Her body temperature hovered just below a low-grade feverWritten with intelligence and compassion, and anchored by the latest developments in neurology, psychology and psychiatry, Mirror Touch is an enthralling investigation into the power of the brainone that proves that the mind, in wondrous and mysterious fashion, continues to promise exciting and inexhaustible ways to think, to see, and to beSalinas describes being able to help a woman with cerebral palsy whom nurses had labeled combativeAmanda marked it as to-read Jan 18, 2017 Susceptible to the pain and discomfort of his patients, most of whom suffer from a host of disorders and extreme injuries, Salinas uses his trait to treat their symptoms, almost as if they were his ownSusceptible to the pain and discomfort of his patientsmost of whom suffer from strokes, spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, and a host of other painful disorders and extreme injuriesSalinas uses his heightened emphatic abilitywhat he calls "compulsory mindfulness"to help understand and better treat their conditionsIt is up to me to reason so I can respond to my patients from a truer, more enduring place of compassion and kindness.Rare or unexpected situations make it almost impossible to differentiate between objective physical reality and my own internal subjective realityAbout Us Catalog Events Services Research Contact Us My Account Through mirror-touch synesthesia, one of the synesthetic forms I have, my body physically feels the experiences I see others have&mdash;both the uncomfortable and the pleasurable

HarperOne (an imprint of HarperCollins) marked it as to-read Jan 01, 2017 Jamie marked it as to-read Jan 18, 2017 He feels his patients' painHe feels his patients' painExisting in a neurologic replica of another&rsquo;s sensory perceptions is as close as I can get to literally putting myself &ldquo;in the other person&rsquo;s shoes.&rdquo; It is then up to me to walk the mile in front of meIn the hospital, while I examine a condition or perform a procedure for the first time, the likelihood of experiencing the sensation or pain as if it were actually occurring to me is increased significantlyAccording to DrPerforming a spinal tap, he feels the needle slowly enter his lower back

Roger marked it as to-read Jan 18, 2017 DrChallenging our understanding of what it means to be human, Joel Salinas, a Harvard-trained researcher and neurologist at Massachusetts General, shares his experiences with mirror-touch synesthesia, a rare and only recently identified neurological trait that causes him to feel the emotional and physical experiences of other peopleBut I wasn&rsquo;t convinced that this was related to her agitationMight be for some, just not for me.I read an advance copy and was not compensatedIt's like reading an actual rainbow! This book has been eye openingHe feels his patients' painThis was a normal experience for me, but I noticed an unusual feeling in my chest that I couldn&rsquo;t shakeSepehr rated it it was amazing Jun 20, 2017 At its core, empathy seems to require an initial spark of desire to switch perspectives, to generously give another person&rsquo;s experience enough worth so that we&rsquo;re not only willing but also yearn to see and live the world through that person&rsquo;s perspective

Alex rated it it was ok May 11, 2017 Melissa Hurd rated it it was amazing Jan 31, 2017 Hong) Share Written by Joel Salinas Harvard neurologist and clinical researcher at Massachusetts General April 30, 2017 What if we lived in a world where the full force of empathy was not a choice, but an automatic physiological state? I work as a neurologist&mdash;a medical profession where empathy is paramount in order for us to be able to treat patients adequatelyBy using Dailymotion, you are giving your consent to our cookie managementWritten with intelligence and compassion, and anchored by the latest developments in neurology, psychology and psychiatry, Mirror Touch is an enthralling investigation into the power of the brainone that proves that the mind, in wondrous and mysterious fashion, continues to promise exciting and inexhaustible ways to think, to see, and to be.Christie marked it as to-read Jan 18, 2017

She was literally fighting for airShe wasn&rsquo;t acting combative out of anger or deliriumBuy ePub Our price: $11.99 .Salina, he feels physically what he sees other people feeling 171bf2437f



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