the study complements a growing body of work suggesting that the speed with which the brain reads and interprets sensations like the feelings in one’s own body and emotions in the body language of others is central to avoiding imminent threats.
It turns out that that little voice we have in the back of head is useful. For our soldiers in Iraq—listening to that voice has meant avoiding a roadside bomb. For me, *listening* to that voice has enabled me to *find* numerous, potentially fatal illnesses in my patients. How do you cultivate *the voice*? How do we teach the next generation to cultivate a relationship with *the voice? A very interesting topic.