About Gabriel


Gabriel Raam is a philosopher, radical thinker, body language expert, essay writer, from Israel. He is influenced by:, Taoism, Zen Buddhism  Existential Philosophy: Martin Heidegger. Martin Buber. Erich Fromm.  Sehlmo Giora Shoam. Jacob Needleman. Hasidic philosophy. Aldous Huxley, Jean Baudrillard, David Thoreau, and Emile Durkheim.

But, at the same time, his writings and teachings are full with original new knowledge and fresh and radical understandings.  

A creative thinker, author of essays about life from the unknown aspect, of the sermon, the sermon and even: the secret

He was a leading lecturer and expert on non-verbal communication.

Studied theater, philosophy, education and literature.

Published several essays and books on non-verbal communication, and original approaches to understanding what lies outside the narrow band of the rational and the mapped.

For the author, a site where many of his works of thought:

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