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The Secret Wisdom of The Inner Voice - The Demartini Show
Episode 10826th November 2021 • The Demartini Show • Dr John Demartini
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Create a more fulfilling life by mastering the art of tuning into your most inspired and ingenious self, your inner voice. Your inner voice is your guide of all guides to a life of inspiration. Learn how you can master the ability to attune to your inner voice to expand your wisdom and fulfilment through heart filled listening.

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If you have to ask the question, whether it's the inner voice, it's not.

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Because in that state there's no uncertainty.

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This particular topic today is on the secret wisdom

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of your intuition, your inner voice.

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And I'd like to make sure I make some distinctions because there's quite a bit

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of confusion around this thing called intuition and inner voice and inner

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vision. So, if you have something to write with or type on or take notes on,

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you may want to do that. So,

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there are the voices and the voice.

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The voices are plural. The voice is singular.

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And the voice is a worthy

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thing to listen to,

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but the voices can save you in emergency situations,

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but they're not necessarily the thing to guide your long-term vision and

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achievements with. So let me develop that by stating this,

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and this is what you may want to write down.

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We've all been in moments of infatuation,

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where we have an impulse to seek and to consume something or someone.

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In that state we become conscious of the upsides and

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unconscious of the downsides,

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which stimulates dopamine and enkephalins and endorphins, serotonin,

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and creates an estrogen high,

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an oxytocin high to what make us go and seek that and consume it, take it in.

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So we've been infatuated with somebody, conscious upsides,

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unconscious of downsides. We're not having a balanced perspective,

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we have an impulse. When the pleasure's over the pains,

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we have an impulse towards.

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We also have moments where we resent somebody or resent something.

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And now we're conscious of downsides, unconscious of the upsides.

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And we initiate norepinephrine, epinephrin, cortisol,

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testosterone osteocalcin and other transmitters,

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and now we have an instinct to avoid.

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When we were infatuated, represented prey, that we want to consume and eat.

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When we resented something it represented predator that could eat us.

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So we have an automatic instinct to protect ourselves from predator.

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And what that means is anything that challenges our set of values,

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we tend to want to avoid. And anything that supports our set of values,

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we tend to want to seek and consume.

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So we actually have two fears that arise from that,

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the fear of loss of that which we seek,

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and the fear of gain of that which we're trying to avoid.

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All fears that ever show up in your life boil down to those two,

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the fear of loss of that what you seek,

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the fear of gain of that what you're trying to avoid. Now,

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the impulse and the instinct are registered

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in the gut. In the duodenum,

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which is a section that comes in right after the stomach.

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You have a mouth and you have an anus,

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and you have these tubes that go right through you,

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a tube that goes through you, and after the stomach is the duodenum,

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it's a C shaped structure and then the jejunum and then the ileum.

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And that duodenum has a series of nerve complexes there,

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nerve networks, which is sometimes called the gut brain.

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And the gut brain from the duodenum to the mouth represents impulse,

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to take in, and the gut brain for the mouth to the anus,

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is an elimination you might say, even though it deals with assimilation,

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absorption and eventually elimination. So we literally have two openings,

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that look similar on some people,

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and we have a gut instinct or gut impulse to consume or to

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avoid, or consume and avoid, the gut is activated.

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So you've heard the term gut instinct, to protect, or gut impulse, to seek.

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And that's different than intuition and many people confuse us.

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Now let me explain what intuition is.

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Intuition is a homeostat,

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a negative feedback loop,

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designed to bring the conscious and the

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unconscious into balance.

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So if you're conscious of the upsides and unconscious of the downsides your

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intuition points out the downsides,

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whispers to you the downsides,

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it literally brings in a whispering in the mind 'too

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good to be true', 'watch out for what's happening', you know,

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'there's gotta be a downside to this person'.

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And so women particularly when they're going and they infatuate with a guy,

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they have this little whispering in their head it says 'too good to be true,

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watch out, keep your eyes open, ask questions,

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don't go too fast.' And that's your intuition bringing you

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an awareness of the unconscious side to make you fully conscious.

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The intuition is trying to take the conscious and unconscious splits that we

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have when we have impulses and instincts and trying to bring them back into full

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consciousness. So you're not reacting,

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you're poised and acting from what's meaningful to you.

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And it whispers to you, the downsides, to things you're looking up at.

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And it also on the other side, when you're resenting something, the intuition,

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and most women will remember this, men do too,

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but usually women are more aware of it,

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they will whisper when you're with somebody that you resent, you go,

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'there's gotta be a reason why I was with this,

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there's gotta be a purpose behind this' you know,

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'there's gotta be meaning behind this.' And it whispers to you the upsides,

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and it starts looking for the upsides.

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So your intuition is trying to prompt you to see the upsides to what you think

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are down and the downsides to what you think are up,

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to bring you into homeostasis, into balance, so you're having full awareness,

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which is love, and not distractions. In our amygdala,

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which has the nucleus accumbens, which is the pleasure seeking center,

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which is the one that dopamine is related to, and it has the striatum,

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the pallidum area that's involved in kind of the pain response, avoidance.

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When we're judging things and have an imbalanced perspective and our gut

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instinct and impulse comes online, or impulse and instinct comes online,

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the amygdala comes alive and it's a survival mechanism to capture prey

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for food,

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because you don't want to starve because the fear of loss of it is starvation,

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and run to avoid the predator because thats being eaten.

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So starvation and eating is the basic survival mechanism in the amygdala that

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is involved in gut instincts.

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So the amygdala correlates and fires in conjunction with the gut

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centers of the duodenum.

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The intuition is a response from the prefrontal

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cortex, the forward brain, not the subcortical area of the brain,

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but the forebrain. And it sends down fibers down into the amygdala,

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using Gabba, which is an inhibitory transmitter and glutamate,

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which is a stimulatory transmitter,

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it comes in and calms down those impulses and instincts and

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in the process of doing it,

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it allows you to whisper to you the upsides to what's down,

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and the downsides of what's up to bring you back into homeostasis so you're

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poised, not poisoned by these misperceptions. Now,

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with that comes associations.

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Now most people hear it in the terms of sound.

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So it's a whispering message in there.

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The intuition is trying to bring to you the awareness of making you ask

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questions to see the sides that you aren't seeing.

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So I'm going to summarize your intuition is a prompting from the advanced

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part of the brain, from the reasoning executive center,

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the medial prefrontal cortex area, the executive center, it's a,

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you might say, a response,

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a homeostatic response to bring you back into balance and it's making you

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conscious of the unconscious, so you can be fully conscious.

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So your intuition is making you conscious of your unconscious to make you fully

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conscious. Fully conscious is called mindfulness.

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And if you go into a deep meditation,

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that intuition strengthens and you're able to see things more of a balanced

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perspective, see things neither positive nor negative, neither good nor evil,

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neither, right nor wrong, neither attractive repulsive,

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and just see them for what they are. They're just experiences.

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That's why some meditations allow you to transcend those impulses and instincts,

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the distractions. And by the way, whenever you have an impulse and instinct,

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you have noise in the brain. And the noise of the brain's all this chatter.

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And that chatter is electronic activity in the brain that's not been neutralized

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and counterbalanced.

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We have inhibitory and facilitatory parts of the brain that they come together

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and balance them, we stop the chatter. And that's what intuition is doing.

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It's trying to rebalance the electronics and the neuro-transmitters so

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you have a biochemical balance in the mind and allows you to be poised and see

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things as they actually are,

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not as you subjectively bias them to be in a survival mode.

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Because when we go into survival mode,

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we distort our reality as a result of to protect ourselves from

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going into starvation or eating or being eaten. Now,

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we not only have this intuition,

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but it prompts itself visually and it also comes in auditorily.

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So our mind, if we're really present,

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our mind is actually when you're actually getting infatuated,

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your mind is automatically seeing possible downsides

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and you're getting visual images and you're getting auditory messages to try to

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counterbalance that, to make yourself not vulnerable,

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because if we're highly infatuated, we do foolish things and we become you know,

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out of control.

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And we've all had situations we've been highly infatuated with somebody,

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couldn't sleep at night, highly resentful, couldn't sleep at night,

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and that's not, that's a very survival thing and it's actually,

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it's there okay for a few moments under an emergency,

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but it's not the way to live life.

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So your mind is constantly trying to balance it. You know, I developed,

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when I started teaching the Breakthrough Experience,

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I developed a method called the Demartini Method.

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The Demartini Method is a science of waking up intuition and overruling

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the impulses and instincts,

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so you're back in command of your life in the executive function and allows you

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to ask questions, scientific, reproducible,

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duplicatable questions to allow you to see both sides consciously.

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So you have mindfulness and tears of gratitude and not be run by the external

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circumstances.

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People run by the external circumstance become victims of history instead of

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masters of destiny.

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So your inner voice is actually guiding you

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to what we call a perfectly balanced state.

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When we reach a perfectly balanced state, we become inspired,

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we have tears of gratitude, we feel inspired,

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we expand our vision and we see lucidly.

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Cause it's in the area the prefrontal cortex, it goes into the occipital cortex,

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which is the visual centers and we literally see content of a vision.

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That's why there's a biblical statement, 'those with a vision flourish,

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those without a vision tend to perish'.

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But all of a sudden we see things and we get an inner vision.

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And we also get an inner voice.

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I call that the inner inspired vision and inner message that we get.

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And that inner voice and that inner vision simultaneous will occur.

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And we get grateful. We get inspired. We get, we feel love.

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We automatically feel more certain, we're more present and we're enthused.

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We feel, there's an energy all of a sudden, our energy goes up.

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Because the homeostate of intuition is trying to get us back into stability,

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where we use energy and resources most effectively and inefficiently.

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As the French mathematician, Maupertuis says, when we do that,

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we maximize our effectiveness and efficiencies in the world,

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our potential in the world, our awareness in the world.

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When we're in back in the executive center,

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by listening to our intuition and being inspired,

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we have a confirmation we're authentic.

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Because when we look up to something that we infatuate with,

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we minimize ourselves, we look down on something we resent,

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we exaggerate ourselves. And if we exaggerate and minimize ourselves,

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we're not being ourselves.

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But the second we bring those back in equilibrium and we're not judging them and

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we're not frightened of them, we're back into fitness,

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we're back into authenticity.

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And that's exactly what our intuition is trying to do, get us into authenticity.

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Because the magnificence of who we are is far greater than any of those

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fantasies of who we are and nightmares that we created for ourselves below.

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So we have an inner voice and we have an inner vision and those that have the

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voice and the vision on the inside is louder than all opinions on the outside,

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you begin to master your life. Now,

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when you infatuate with somebody and put them on a pedestal,

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if it's an individual and give them authority over you and they become the

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superordinate and you become subordinate to them,

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you tend to inject their values in your life. And when you resent somebody,

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you tend to exaggerate yourself and you tend to project your values onto them.

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Values always go from those who have the most power to those who have the least

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power in society. That's why people at the bottom of the barrel,

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they live by duty. And the people at the top, they live by design.

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What's interesting is whenever you hear those,

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whenever you get those values coming into your mind,

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they come in the language inside your head as imperatives.

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You'll hear got to, have to, must, should, ought to,

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suppose to, or need to. Anytime you hear yourself saying,

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'I should have done this', 'I ought to do this', 'I'm supposed to that',

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and there's a whisper in the head in there that's doing that,

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that's you subordinating to an outer authority,

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injecting their values in there that you've got on a pedestal that you're

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infatuated with, and you think that they have something you don't,

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you're too humble to admit what you see in them is inside you.

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So those become voices of imperatives whispering to you when

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you judge.

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Now you put the combination of now your impulse towards pleasure,

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and those values, those injected values in the form of imperatives,

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that is also a series of voices, because sometimes you can have,

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you can go into a mall and walk and meet somebody that you think is more

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intelligent, more successful, more financially viable,

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more empowered in social, or got a beautiful wife or something, or a husband,

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more spiritually aware,

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anytime you minimize yourself to somebody that you've got above you and put them

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on a pedestal, all of those people that you're doing that to,

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are injected into your mind, create noise, all those whispers are chatter,

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and you store all those judgments in your subconscious mind,

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and all those voices are constantly running inside you.

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And when you resent something, you also have this idea. 'they should do this',

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'they ought to be doing this', 'they need to be doing this',

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'they got to do this', and that's also noise in the brain,

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but that's a noise of imperatives that you're projecting onto people.

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And you hear yourself saying 'They really ought to do this, they should do this,

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they should have done this.' Anytime you're hearing those voices,

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you're in a sign of judgment and they're actually being associated with those

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impulses and instincts,

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and your intuition now is overwhelmed trying to overrule those and bring you

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back into homeostasis, and you let this thing run your life.

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And most people are running around automatons reacting to misperceptions in

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their world. And they're too humble to admit what they see in others,

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inside them. They're too proud to admit what they see in others, inside them.

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And they've got all this noise inside their brain.

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And as long as that noise is there, the voice and the vision on the inside,

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the intuitive one, is overwhelmed and you don't hear it and don't listen to it.

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And now you react and you don't have governance.

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So anytime you have imperative language, you know you have,

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if it's imperative to you, you know it's an outer authority,

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if it's imperative to others,

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you know you're being a superior to them and too proud to admit what you see in

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them is inside you. Those are all signs of judgment.

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They're all feedback mechanisms to let you know you're not being authentic.

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If you look up to them, you're minimizing. If you're looking down on them,

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you're exaggerating. You're not being you.

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And the body is designed to help you be you. Your maximum potential is you.

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Anytime you try to be second at somebody else and not be first to being you,

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you undermine your power.

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And anytime you're trying to get them to live in your values by projecting onto

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them, you have futility, because they can't live in your values,

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they can't sustain it. And every time you try to live in their values,

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that's futility. So whenever you hear an imperative language,

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you've got futility. And that is draining of energy.

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And that's why when you're sitting in judging, you're drained.

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And anytime you're too humble or too proud to admit what you see in others

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inside you, you create what is called disowned parts.

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And all there's some parts feel empty.

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They drive your values to try to have fulfillment.

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And your intuition is trying to help them be dissolved,

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to try to help you love and appreciate life and be grateful and inspired in

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life. And so your intuition, which is the voice and the vision on the inside,

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is constantly trying to bring you back into equilibrium so you can maximize your

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potential on the planet. Now,

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when you have the voice and the vision on the inside,

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the power and secret power of the vision on the inside,

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and the secret voice, the power of the voice on the inside, now what you do,

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is you have a poised state and you have certainty.

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If you have to ask the question, whether it's the inner voice, it's not.

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Because in that state there's no uncertainty.

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When you're exaggerating or minimizing,

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there's always uncertainty because you're missing information.

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You have unconscious components.

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Missing information by Claude Shannon is called entropy,

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and entropy is uncertainty as pauli exclusion principle,

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and the uncertainty principle by Heisenberg,

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whenever we have missing information we have a disorder,

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and we actually cause that. And if those become really extreme, those judgments,

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we can actually get to a point where we fire off too much excessive excitation,

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which is epileptic seizures,

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or we end up in bipolar conditions or even schizophrenia.

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Those are signs of highly polarized states, these bipolar states,

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they go oscillating back and forth where we have no power, we're out of power,

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we're letting the world on the outside and our perception to that run our life.

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The second we listen to our intuition and wake up our inner vision and inner

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voice, the voice on the inside is louder than the ones on the outside,

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then you've mastered your life. So that's the voice.

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And the voice has certainty. The voice will come with tears of gratitude.

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The voice will come with clarity. The voice will come with vision.

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The voice will come with a state of enthusiasm.

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The voice will come with a state of presence, gratitude,

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and your body will feel enthused. Enthusiasm is not excitement,

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enthused is a feeling that you feel like there's almost a

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spiritual experience, you feel you're on track. If you have to ask the question,

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it's not there. You know, the reason why I put the Demartini Method together,

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was to scientifically create that state for people,

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so they then don't have to carry around the subconscious baggage that they've

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been accumulating over the years,

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because every single one of those judgments that never got balanced,

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consciously, is stored in the subconscious mind,

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it shows up as brain noise and it's running your mind

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The more you have of those judgments, the more drained you are. You know,

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they call that the chronic fatigue syndrome sometimes.

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But the second you neutralize that by taking the Demartini Method I teach at the

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Breakthrough Experience, and please, if you haven't learned that,

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come and learn that because what that does is it actually makes you ask the

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questions of what your intuition is revealing, very precisely,

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and liberates them, literally dissolves it right in front of your eyes,

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dissolve the noise.

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And I've asked people by the thousands doing the Breakthrough Experience when

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they do the method when they finish it, I ask them 'How many right now,

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their mind is quiet?' All the hands go up. I said,

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'How many right now have a tear of gratitude?' The hands are up.

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'And how many of you felt that you you're inspired and you're grateful right

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now?' 'Yes.' 'And you feel love for this person you once judged?' 'Yes.' 'And

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how many right now feel more appreciation and love for yourself?' 'Yes.' Those

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are confirmations that you're authentic.

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And that's when you listen to the voice and the vision on the inside.

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And when you set goals and objectives from that state,

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you tend to set goals that have strategies that achieve.

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See when you're manic and looking down on people and building yourself up,

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you tend to set too big a goals in too short a timeframe to humble you,

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pride before the fall. When you're minimizing yourself and putting those up,

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you tend to set too small goals in too long a timeframe, to build you back up.

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All of the things in our life are trying to get us into homeostasis so we can

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maximize our potential. All of our physical symptoms,

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sociological responses from people and even theological events in our life that

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we've labeled, 'Oh my God',

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all of those events are homeostates trying to get you balanced.

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If you don't listen to your physiology and learn what the symptoms of the body

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mean, and don't listen to your intuition,

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then sociological friends and enemies and theological events,

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tragedies and comedies, have to come in to bring you back into balance.

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And you have to hit bottom to finally get that.

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But if you go and you trust the voice and the vision on the inside and allow the

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secret intuitive voice to guide your life, it does not have imperatives.

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You don't hear 'should, ought to, supposed to', all you hear is 'thank you,

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I love you.' You have a voice that says,

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'this is the path.' And it's kind of like an 'I Am' thing. You know,

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'I'm always at the right place at the right time to make the right deal with the

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right people' kind of thing. You feel affirmative.

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And affirmation is not a positive statement.

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Affirmation is a condition of firmness in one's mind.

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And when that voice speaks and when you see that in vision,

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and they're congruent and you know, you don't have questions.

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And if you take in moments in your life where you have tears of gratitude,

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where you're certainty and lucidity, write them down,

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it's a moment of authenticity confirmed by your physiology.

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It's letting you know that, in that moment, whatever that voice is,

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that's the one to follow. Like I say,

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you won't have to ask the question when the real voice speaks,

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but when all the other chattering of the brain, the personas, I call them,

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all those masks and personas and facades that we put on in order to deal with

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our judgments of survival, they are the ones that cause confusion.

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And confusion means with fusion. They're there,

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and pairs of opposites trying to bring you back with the intuition.

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Your intuition is not truth.

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Your intuition is trying to show you the other side to get you back in truth.

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So we've confused that.

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And many people have confused intuition with the gut instinct and they go,

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'well,

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my gut instinct or my intuition did this.' The intuition and gut and instinct

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and impulses are going on at the same time.

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But one is trying to polarize you to avoid a predator and seek a prey.

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And the other is trying to neutralize you to calm the prey and the predator

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down. When you look at it,

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imagine if you had no predator in the world and you just had prey,

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all you had is prey. Well what you would do is you'd be gluttonous,

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you'd overeat, you would lose fitness.

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And if you had only predator without prey,

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you'd be emaciated and starved and have no fitness.

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But if you put predator and prey together and put them into balance,

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you eat just the right amount to maximize your performance, to keep fit,

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to keep on your toes and that's why the food chain has prey and predators,

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both together, both support and challenge. In chaos theory,

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they knew that maximum performance occurs at the border of order and chaos.

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Maximum evolution occurs and fitness occurs at the border of support and

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challenge, prey and predator.

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So there's a natural and intuitive process to bring those into balance,

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to maximize your performance. And that's why I developed the Demartini Method.

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That's just one of the reasons,

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but the reason was I want you to be able to take command on how to ask the

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questions that your intuition is prompting to make you aware of the unconscious,

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so you can be fully conscious,

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so you can take the apparent chaos that's made in your life when you're in

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survival, and find the hidden order of it so you can extract meaning out of your

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existential existence. When you extract meaning out of that existence,

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your life has meaning, it has fulfillment.

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When you're poised and present and inspired and grateful

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enthused about what you're doing, and you really,

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really are really certain about that,

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and you feel like you have love for your life, that's how you master your life.

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That's why I teach the Breakthrough Experience and teach people that method,

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because I'm absolutely certain that that is a reproducible duplicatable science

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that you want to learn to be able to make sure that you master of your life.

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So I just wanted to share something on the secret power of the inner voice and

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the vision, even though it didn't say vision on there,

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I want to merge them together because the visual cortex in the back,

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the auditory cortex in the side,

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and your frontal cortex there when they're working together,

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which is what your intuition does,

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it increases integration and gestalt function in your brain.

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The moment you do that, you'll have certainty. There's no uncertainty.

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You'll have a certainty. It's like a dialectic from Zeno's paradox,

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it deals with a dialectic.

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It's trying to get us back into a state where we have the synthesis and

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synchronicity of opposites, which I call love.

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So please come to the Breakthrough Experience,

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come learn that method because it'll help you have the voice and the vision on

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the inside louder than all opinions on the outside.

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And as a special little gift I want to give you,

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I have a program that's called 'It's Time to Access Your 7 Greatest Powers' and

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use your unique genius to fulfill your advantage. It's a free master class.

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I want you to take advantage of that. Listen to it hree times, four times,

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many times, it will be supplemental to what I just got through saying,

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it'll add more distinctions.

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It'll show you how to empower the seven areas of your life,

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because any area of your life you don't empower,

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people are going to overpower you.

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And if you don't listen to your intuition and your voice and vision on the

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inside, you're going to let the world on the outside run your life.

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And I guarantee you,

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nobody's getting up in the morning and dedicating their life to your

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fulfillment. If you don't, don't expect to have fulfillment.

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You can't live your life by duty of other people. You can't be part of the herd.

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Envy is ignorance, intimidation is suicide,

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but you can take command of your life and make a difference.

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And if you do, then you've got your life more empowered,

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and that's what I'm interested doing,

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I help people do something extraordinary with their life.

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And I'm certain that what I just gave you, in this last 30 minutes,

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will help you on that journey. So please go to the Breakthrough Experience,

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come learn and do the Demartini Method. That is a powerful tool I promise you.

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You will see when you come, you will use that tool the rest of your life,

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on how to take all the noise out and all the emotional baggage out of your life,

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and be able to get present and inspired with your life.

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And then take advantage of this little masterclass.

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I know if you listen to that a few times, it will be very, very insightful.

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So thank you for joining me for these little 30 minute session.

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I look forward to seeing you next week,

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and this is Dr. Demartini until next week.

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Just give yourself permission to listen to the power of the voice within.

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