What's awe got to do with it? Lani Shiota shares an interesting approach to the concept of how awe transforms the body and mind making it more receptive.
How Awe Transforms Body and Mind
Lani Shiota, an associate professor at Arizona State University, argues that awe is a fundamental part of being human—making our bodies and minds more receptive to new information, new experiences, and life’s deeper meaning.
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