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by David Moran,Deborah Houy


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This book is an eye-opening presentation on how pheromones can influence our moods, emotions, and desires. Although we normally associate pheromones with animals and insects, it is also simply a part of being human

This book is an eye-opening presentation on how pheromones can influence our moods, emotions, and desires. Although we normally associate pheromones with animals and insects, it is also simply a part of being human. Scientific experiments recounted within validate the effectiveness of the power of pheromones, and even the existence of a mysterious human organ - the vomeronasal organ (VNO) - which senses the pheromones that influence our behaviour.

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Items related to Love Scents: How Your Natural Pheromones Influence. This entertaining book will help you understand your own senses, your reactions to everyday situations, and how to harness the power of this sense to fulfill your total potential. Michelle Kodis Love Scents: How Your Natural Pheromones Influence Your Relationships, Your Moods, and Who You Love. ISBN 13: 9780756751302. Love Scents: How Your Natural Pheromones Influence Your Relationships, Your Moods, and Who You Love. From Publishers Weekly

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book by Deborah Houy. We often talk about possessing a sixth sense-an inexplicable intuition about certain people or situations that later proves to be correct. Love Scents : How your Natural Pheromones Influence your Relationships your Moods Who You Love. by David Moran and Deborah Houy. According to the authors, the physical and emotional effects of pheromones not only explain why John loves Mary but why pigs sniff out truffles, orchids attract wasps and ants know their place in the ant hierarchy.

how your natural pheromones influence your relationships, your moods, and who you love. Published 1998 by Dutton in New York. Includes bibliographical references (p. -191) and index.

00 0. Categories: Dating, Relationships, Living Together & Marriage. Love Scents : How Your Natural Pheromones Influence Your Relationships, Your Moods, and Who You Love. By (author) Michelle Kodis, Foreword by David Berliner. We can notify you when this item is back in stock.

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Explores the mysteries of the "sixth sense" in relation to pheromones and provides information about how the chemistry between people influences and guides their lives. 25,000 first printing.

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Keramar
This book explains it all, and is easy to follow. The book explains the core nature, and the cause and effect of the human pheromones without all the science bla bla's. All you need to know, is right here in this book. From animals to man kind, and how this animalistic scent effects our daily lives without evening knowing it is going on.

Although as a spiritual seeker and non-new age psychic, I do not agree with some things in this book, do to the fact there is more than one thing involved with in comes to the sensory. But pheromones are at the core, since it is also part of the human energy field. What new age call aura. But there is also the energy field it self that can also give off such positive and negative information and emotional feel of those we can sense. Other then that, this book hits it.
Moonworm
Interesting topic but this book was more scientific than I excepted so it was a slow, boring read.
Bludworm
Did you ever meet someone for the first time and not like them without being able to explain why? Have you ever instantly liked someone after meeting them for the first time? How about fallen head over heels for someone shortly after meeting them? Some of us trust our "gut feelings" without being able to explain what it is. Others just ignore the "gut feeling" simply because we can't attach any concrete evidence to it. After reading this book, I've developed a much better understanding and appreciation for the "sixth sense".

We consciously smell, see, feel, taste, and touch. The sixth sense is our ability to subconsciously read messages given off by pheromones. Pheromones are powerful chemical messages given off by people. Scientists have long known about the highly developed Jacobson's organ in nonhumans. The existence and significance of the Vomeronasal organ in humans however is fairly new. The Vomeronasal organ is not as highly developed in humans as the Jacobson's organ in nonhumans but it nevertheless is there and does function. The Vomeronasal organ is located just inside of our nasal canals and its function is to send chemical messages to the hypothalamus (reptilian brain). Since our reptilian brain is not our thinking brain, we are not given a chance to decipher these messages, we are simply told to do or not to do something. The hypothalamus controls our sleep, sex drive, endocrine activity, hunger and thirst. We can always consciously resist urges we get from messages received by the hypothalamus but they are powerful and have a tremendous impact on us.

One of the most interesting experiments pointed out in the book was performed by a Swiss Zoologist called Claus Wedekind. He selected a group of men who wore the same T-shirts for a long time and had women covertly "sniff" the sweaty T-shirts in a controlled setting and to rate the smells in terms of which ones they were most attracted to. The T-shirt preference in the women revealed some interesting and conclusive results regarding sexual selection. After reading parts of this book, I was reminded of some personal experiences as well as what I've read and heard about sexual selection. People will denie that there is any type of natural attraction towards individuals of different races. I think what is pointed out in this book makes that oversight much more difficult. Darker skinned races (i.e. black Africans) have more apocrine glands (sweat glands) than whites and produce more androstenone, Asians have fewer apocrine glands than caucasians. Blondes, brunettes and redheads also produce different pheromones. So it's very much possible that people who prefer their partners of certain races and or hair color are actually attracted to the person's pheromones.

I would like to write more about this fascinating book but I'm limited by how much I can write in a review. There is a lot more we can learn about ourselves if we learn to trust and become more conscious of our "sixth sense" and break down our social and cultural barriers.
mym Ђудęm ęгσ НuK
Awesome book.... pheromones are in control of who each of us love, hate, marry, even when taking on a certain job, bonding with a newborn baby, the like or dislike of a neighbor or why we would avoid a new co-worker that we hardly know yet. It just doesn't "feel" right turns into, it just doesn't "smell" right according to author, Michelle Kodis and her co-authors, Dr. David Moran and Deborah Houy. Offered informatively, intelligently and even humorous at times. Pheromones are a part of our daily interactions. Now for the science of it all...."Pheromones are odorless molecules processed in humans through the microscopic vomeronasal organ, or VNO, located inside the nose, not to be confused with scents, pheromonal messages taken into the VNO travel to the hypothalamus in fractions of a second." Produced in the body and enter the world by wafting off the skin. A man's T-shirt, for example with only his personal body odor, sort of a thumb print of ones self can be the attractant that leads to a possible imprint into the long term memory of another individual. According to the authors, the physical and emotional effects of pheromones not only explain why John loves Mary but why pigs sniff out truffles, orchids attract wasps and ants know their place in the ant hierarchy. Scientists are still studying the effects of these elusive chemicals, but since their discovery in the 1960s by biotechnologist David Berliner, who contributes to the foreword, the investigation of pheromones has found it's way into technology with possibilities as far-reaching as mood elevation, birth and pest control, and the treatment of prostate cancer, anxiety and obesity. This book was initially purchased by myself because I thought it would be romantic to some degree. The, "she can't get the scent of him out of her head" feeling always fascinated me. After reading this book I was more than impressed with the depths of the chemistry and how much more there is to be learned of the pheromone.
Bad Sunny
Just because you can't see or consciously sense that something is there doesn't mean it isn't. This book is an eye-opening presentation on how pheromones can influence our moods, emotions, and desires. Although we normally associate pheromones with animals and insects, it is also simply a part of being human. Scientific experiments recounted within validate the effectiveness of the power of pheromones, and even the existence of a mysterious human organ -- the vomeronasal organ (VNO) -- which senses the pheromones that influence our behaviour. The other thing I like about Michelle Kodis' book is it shows a rich historical connection illustrating that humankind has always suspected that there was another sense beyond our well accepted five senses that influence human attraction. There is definitely something to this concept of 'chemical communication.'
Love Scents: How Your Natural Pheromones Influence Your Relationships, Your Moods, and Who You Love download epub
Relationships
Author: David Moran,Deborah Houy
ISBN: 0525943331
Category: Self-Help
Subcategory: Relationships
Language: English
Publisher: Dutton Adult; First Edition edition (October 1, 1998)
Pages: 224 pages