The Spiritual Anatomy of Emotion

About the Book:

When I was a trainer of flight attendants for Eastern Airlines in the seventies, Flight 401 crashed into the Everglades, killing 101 people.  We lost 2 of our 8 flight attendants and all 3 of our pilots. Within a few short months, flight attendants and passengers began to report sighting a pilot sitting in first class—who disappeared after being seen. When pilots began reporting him on the jump seat in the cockpit, the airline executives began to take the reported sightings seriously. That book, The Ghost of 401, is out of press, although can be found through used-book dealers. For seekers who want to understand the science behind apparitions, I highly recommend The Spiritual Anatomy of Emotions, where this story and other like it is explained.

About the Authors:

Michael Jawer is an emotion researcher and has been examining the interplay of feeling, health, perception, and personality over the past 15 years.

Marc Micozzi writes about alternative and integrative medicine and has written several books on this subject.

This book is available for purchase here.