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The Embodied Foundations of the Socio-Moral Emotions vs the Primary Emotions

I'm excited to share this video about an aspect of emotions that I feel deserves a lot more attention and understanding:

The Embodied Foundations of the Socio-Moral Emotions vs the Primary Emotions

I invite you to watch this 29-minute exploration of these two main types of emotions and find answers to these questions:

➟ What are primary versus socio-moral emotions, and importantly, from an embodiment perspective, how does that play out in terms of our core affect states?

➟ What are the core drivers of our emotional energy and impulses when they come from a directly personal (primary) source versus from a more socio-moral place? 

➟ Why does the ecology or interplay between these ‘two types’ of Emotions, play such a HUGE role in our lives, and especially in our cultural dynamics on the whole? 

➟ How do our own patterns and conditioning develop with each of them? And how do different people, cultures, and often genders relate to and embody each set?


This video gives you a relatively faced-paced tour through the affective foundations of both the Primary emotions and the Socio Moral emotions, and then explains a bit about how they relate and interact, in & through our body-mind.


If you find this framework insightful, and would like to learn a set of simple, emotionally empowering practices you can use to to safely experience the full spectrum of your emotions as sources of valuable energy and information that bring embodied wisdom & power into your daily life...


Then click here below to learn more about the 4-month online training I'm offering, starting this Monday, April 18th: 


Embodied Emotional Empowerment

About the Author

Dylan Newcomb is the founder & lead trainer of UZAZU Embodied Intelligence, a master embodiment-based coach for helping professionals & cultural creatives, and an avid embodiment researcher.

Dylan trained at the Juilliard School in both dance performance and music composition and was a multi-award-winning choreographer-composer in the Netherlands for over a decade. Generously funded by the Dutch government, Dylan went on to co-found Danslab Institute for Movement Research in 2001, where he conducted cross-cultural research for several years, exploring how vocal sounds, breath, and movement influenced thought, emotion, and behavior across hundreds of subjects. This research formed the basis for what has evolved into the modality now known as UZAZU Embodied Intelligence.

Over the past 18 years, Dylan has taught this unique approach to embodiment training to over 3,000 students across 4 continents. He has trained coaches, therapists, group facilitators, policemen, doctors, and business leaders in how to quickly balance their inner states to bring more ease and flow to their engagement in the world.

Dylan lives with his wife Kyung-sun Baek and their 11-year-old daughter Kiana in Freeport Maine, USA.

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