Episode 1: A Worm Told Me

In Japanese as in other Asian cultures, the stomach has traditionally been considered the centre of one’s being or life, and in that sense this area of the body is fundamentally the equivalent of the mind or heart in a western context. In Japanese, the abdomen is the source of temper, courage, resolve, generosity, pride, and so on, as well as being the site of an instinctive or telepathic-like ability making it possible for some especially skilled people to read other peoples minds.

I wrote and blog post about this entitled “Japanese telepathy: i shin den shin”, you can read about it here.


A Worm Told Me

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