I'm talking here about real anti-social behaviour, not projected fashionable behaviour, or it's opposite.
This is when the gut, specifically the small intestine, really the seat of our emotions, is under attack from our own body, rendering us insensitive to our own feelings, and consequently, those of others.
We 'celiacs' seek to repair the damage to the gut, in large part because of the isolation caused by constantly being triggered by food. If the brain or mind, is overwhelmed with stimulus, this causes us to shut-down, to contract, and feel more isolated, even in a room full of people.
Recently, these words spoke to me: Sensitivity is expansion. Stimulation or sensation, is contraction. So we want to be more sensitive, only we find it difficult, when our main sensitivity organ, is out-of-whack. If we have great difficulty feeling our own feelings, how are we to feel the feelings of others?
Body-language, often overlooked, is a powerful method of communication. It makes-up about 80% of the total communication between people. If our emotional seat is our small intestine, and this is under attack or disabled by previous attacks, then how are we supposed to feel?