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"moshe intelligence" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

06:34 min | Last month

"moshe intelligence" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"You came out with a book twenty five years ago. Meditation wasn't cool yet. Was this a way to talk about self awareness that would be more acceptable in the halls of major corporations etcetera etcetera well. Actually i wasn't thinking about meditation per se. When i wrote emotional intelligence. I was looking at about a decade of research on the brain and emotion which was like that was a very new thing back then and i was looking for framework that would allow me to encapsulate all that and the idea of emotional intelligence which by the way. It's not my idea that was the title of obscure article by peter. Salvi then was a junior professor yale now. The president of yale and a graduate student of his check mayor. Who's now at university of new hampshire. They use that word. Or that phrase emotional towns i thought wow that is great phrase now used it for my book so when i talked about self awareness in the book self awareness has been around for a long long long time. If you look at the greek philosophers. They're talking about self awareness a lot and they're not talking about meditation particularly as it happens. The framework of self awareness allows for meditation to be a kind of 'application. But that was not really in my mind. When i wrote emotional intelligence and the fact that it's come into the education world in the business world and people's lives to such a great extent and i think to some extent because of your efforts is wonderful but wasn't really my point in writing the book emotional intelligence even though you were at that time already a long-term dedicated meditation practitioner. Yes i wasn't my private life but the trope that i used. If you will in writing moshe intelligence was really from. The work is doing then at the new york times as a science journalist. The book was a way to report a lot of science and a palatable format and it back then. None of that science had anything to do with meditation these days. That's a really hot topic. Which is why richard davidson. I did the book altered traits but in one thousand nine hundred. Ninety five wasn't on the map. So what's the second. I'd love to go through the four aspects of emotional intelligence. What's the second one so the first one is self awareness in the second is using that insight. What i'm feeling now. Why feeling it to manage your emotions. A particularly disturbing or upsetting. You talked a lot in that section about the amid july the brains radar for threat and how it can easily take over the thinking. Brain the rational brainer prefrontal cortex in what i called in the middle hijack where all of a sudden out of nowhere you just feeling really frightened really angrier. That's the hijack and it happens very suddenly and it's very strong and you don't expected but it makes you do something. Say something that you regret later. That's the hallmark regret of the hijack. It means that what you do is not in your own interests. With interest to the other person and self management comes down to handling the negative the disruptive feelings and then also encouraging the positive ones and i think meditation by the way his helpful there though at the time i didn't really talk about it but by positive ones. I mean pursuing your goals. It turns out if you have long term goal in mind. And you picture powell. You're gonna feel when you chief that goal circuitry in the left side of the prefrontal cortex just behind the forehead lights up and makes you feel good and that keeps you going despite setbacks or just having a positive outlook and feeling things didn't work out so well today while tomorrow's a new day so those are the kinds of positive emotions that self-management applies to for pretty understandable reasons. You didn't want to be waving meditation. Flag around to prominently. So what do you recommend for dealing with an umbrella hijack well the antidote to the migdal hijack is called cognitive control. Basically the definition this comes from. I think viktor frankl in his wonderful book man's search for meaning and i have to mention that they discovered some has a franco was in concentration camps for about four years survived and he was a psychiatrist and he proposed therapy. Based on finding your purpose of meaning in life in franklin his book says that maturity essentially as widening the gap between your first impulse. And what you actually do or say and in that gap you can decide. Well you know my first impulse may be was a big lie jack. I'm not gonna do that and then do something more effective. That's real self management. That's the core of self management and you can enhance cognitive control any number of ways. When you don't have that ice cream for dessert that you could ordered you're exhibiting cognitive control. When you tell your kid will do your homework first and then you can play a video game. You're teaching your child cognitive control. There's a sesame street segment with the cookie monster where he's trying to join the cookie connoisseur club in order to do that. He has to learn to sniff the cookie. Look at see if there's an imperfection then take nibble well. That's very hard for cookie. Who is impulse embodied. But that's teaching toddlers cognitive control. He manages to do it finally. So there's lots of ways to enhance cognitive control counting to ten classic cognitive control trick a deep breath taking deep breaths cognitive control. So there's many many ways to do it. And i will grant you that meditation. Particularly mindfulness enhances cognitive control. We know that. But there's amazing study was done in new zealand that kids between ages foreign eight and assess the cognitive control. The big assessment is the marshmallow test. You know that when for those who don't you might might sure done at stanford university in the preschool..

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"moshe intelligence" Discussed on Love.Me

Love.Me

07:42 min | 2 months ago

"moshe intelligence" Discussed on Love.Me

"It's okay to ask for help. It's twenty twenty and despite co vetter anything else we have the technology available to either reach out to someone not physically asked dr phil refined book or reference to get the answer that we need so chill and be still be secure and being a place where we're knowing in growing is definitely a process to hold down the awareness of our surroundings but it can am quite possibly will be done. This awareness helps you to make better choices. Always be learning. Challenge yourself not to go into autopilot. As we've so famously talked about in the episode autopilot from season one. Don't be out here. Create fakery with no knowledge. How does that sound e. l. Slowest mood and smooth is fast by that. I mean take your time to be to and when you find out the answer or the solution then you have a smooth transition to applying it or relaying information whatever you do in life or do whatever it is you need to do and take your time. Don't rush so now. That we went over not rushing and thinking before reacting emotionally intelligent people know that emotions can be powerful but also temporary things change our emotions change even when a highly charged. Emotional event happens it. It still changes you. Don't stay in that emotion forever and that's one of the things you need to be aware of that. We're self awareness comes into play. We on average feel twenty-seven emotions day twenty seven. That's a good bit so that means our emotions change. It's proof that emotions changed throughout the day. We feel the same ocean more than once but are feeling changed just like our minds change so now there's a few different categories more than a few that intelligence is broken up into now. I've seen three four and i've seen five. I look at the five that they have So there's internal motivation self-regulation self-awareness empathy and social awareness. I we have internal motivation. That's the ability to make yourself work. No pressure from anything outside of yourself and that might look like curiosity or a desire to fill your potential or something like senior vision. Come to life then. You have self regulation. And that's the ability to remain calm in trying emotional situations and that's probably one of the hardest things within emotional intelligence that a lot of have you know when somebody gets upset and you not to get upset with them or for you to not. Just go off on somebody when they're going off on you as i say clicking You know somebody clicking on you. Click back wit. That's not how we should react. We should stay calm and self regulate and still be able to make clear headed decisions definitely a necessary skill for people who plan on having fast paced jobs or high stress level jobs so then after self-regulation we have self awareness and we mentioned that before. That's pretty much the ability to evaluate yourself socially and understand how you behavior is being perceived by others. That is sometimes hard to do as well. That's another one of the hardest things to do because of somebody else's getting upset and you feel yourself getting upset in. You're not aware of that. You're already feeding off the energy. You're not aware that is a dangerous mixture that has an appetite for destruction. Your self awareness can help you train yourself to think about your emotions in a productive way so instead of thinking of why am i feeling this way. Think what is making me feel like this. You see what i'm saying. That gives you a less emotional charge to that question and you can look a little more objectively trust me. It's hard to keep this in your mind especially when things are going on like i said. Take deep breaths. Find your place and it's going to take practice. Then there's empathy. Empathy is just being able to understand how others feel and put yourself in their shoes. That's the most basic definition so being able to relate to somebody especially when you're in a leadership or a friendship or even a mentor ship to be able to help someone else or if you're just in that position it could be a relationship having empathy like that is one of the needs to feel understood. You know into feel seen heard that we have and when you see and hear someone else you are reciprocating that back them and creating some space finally. We have social awareness. Social awareness is being able to pick up on social cues and communicate. well with. There's i know that's one of those things that you develop over time. Maybe that's one of the things you may or may not have developed as you grew older like my teenage years. It took me a little while to be able to have certain type of social awareness. Now i had the social awareness when it came to make money right and interacting people and selling things that is something. I don't have a problem with as far as physical sales. Now when it comes to interacting with people having an actual conversation that something that i had to grow in and develop as i got older so whatever that looks like for you keep that in mind that can be part of self awareness how you interact with other people and think about your own social cues to kind of notice other social cues now. It's not a one-size-fits-all but that's something that you get. As time goes on pretty much sums up what we're going to cover right now in a nutshell as far as emotional intelligence it matters. It's more than i q and book smarts and knowledge. You can read a book but emotional. Intelligence is like your gut. It's your intuition and the things that you notice and see in perceive and how you're managing all of those things and those factors in life emotionally this beautiful thing and it's unfortunately it's something that's not really taught when we were growing up now. I'm only speaking from my generation. It wasn't taught when i was growing up now. I i've heard that it's in more curriculum. And some parents even teach moshe intelligence which is amazing emotional intelligence. It's going to help you be better in the workplace better relationships and a well rounded person. Sometimes we have to get to north of again. I feel like we get so caught up in life in the routine of waking up showering going to work going to sleep and doing the same thing over again. We get these habits and innocence lose our identity. So of us are living for the weekend. Or when we get off to watch netflix or disney plus to see baby yoda and that's okay to decompress. But what are your coping mechanisms. Are they healthy. Are they out of habit. Do they even.

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"moshe intelligence" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

Protrusive Dental Podcast

06:51 min | 6 months ago

"moshe intelligence" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

"Are. and. Your personality may well, let's let's say you have very low emotional intelligence than sitting working in a sign lottery might be perfectly goofy and there's nothing wrong without you know if you're allowed to not interact with people and if you feel comfortable doing that you can. If you required or you'd be silly enough to dentistry. You will almost required for your own well being to enhance your emotion intelligence. To to get it BETTA. First of all, everyone can get better and no matter how good people think you are not improvement on everyone so we're all on. That pathway and we have joint humility with that. The difficulty with it that I've experienced. Which is pretty well documented by other people involved in the area is it is just like physical training. So if you sitting that now set right, I have to go on twenty kilos of lean muscle mass. You're gonNA feel some type. And the Moshe Intelligence. You're gonNA feel pain as well. Differences was not different spices society. You choose to go to the gym and inflict pain on yourself. You choose to do the Reps. With emotion intelligence, you have to invite it as well. They called me torture you unbidden. So this is this is the thing that blows my mind every time I say it. So it's going to play my mind again but. If you can If you. Choose distress yourself. With something emerge intelligence. So let's let's use it. It's awful. Let's say we have someone who says I really like public speaking even to the point that practice meetings unknow getting my message across. And I'm scanning speaking have quite where but the principal when there were, no witnesses will anyone around you less effective. So. To choose to stress yourself if you choose to do it, you have to make that choice and you go into it because he chose distress yourself. It actually codes the new DNA in your brain and it coats new proteins and you grow new sign ups. So, this has again been Krueger reflows, different functional Mri Studies but actually if you choose distress yourself with emotion intelligence trading. You grow new. Dormant but that Aaron. Everyone. Dormant sign up to connections in your bright those circuits grow and they get better and better better butler. So you can and Hans generally inactive your bright you grow new structures in your bright. And you can just deploy because. I stay. If, you don't use it they atrophy. So if people are too scared of. Pain or to unwilling to embrace that the SOFA, you stress than they don't get out of the university. So we can run courses on emotion intelligence doesn't mean someone is inviting stress. and. We have occasionally or when we've done training, this said to people. Who aren't even hold contact take you home I contacted lean in and shake your hand, and we'll have a two minute conversation with no looking away people can't do it and but if they choose to Kiko Kiko Kiko. Literally you watch these structures grow as it's happening sweat pouring on, and then it grows an hour late comes to do the same and they can look me in the say hi rich Howie. And General I love that I. Love Awesome as his Asia. It needs the neoplastic boss I mean your brain is so that'll be another. I really like the way that you like and everything to actually what's happening inside the biology inside the anatomy of the brain once book. Cool. Quiet about interests read quiet. Yeah. Have Y-. introverts have a larger mcdollar and that's why they're so good at sensing everything and I believe it was book. It may maybe another book where it talked about how we all had these synoptic connection obviously but then. If we liken, for example, your public speaking sign APPs to be a narrow country lane versus large motorway. It depends on how much you nourish nourish it. How much you practice you have how much like? How much you open and welcome yourself to it. So what are the? Given a great idea of how one can go about improving their motion. But before one can do that, they actually need to have a act of. Self discovery to know. Someone may not know exactly where they where they might might lie. So I, believe there are some helpful aids out there to maybe. A questionnaire or something more complex than that to find out exactly exactly where you lie in the scale of Moshe intelligence what can we do for that? I could think about recently actually it's been slightly scripted this interview trust but we have total speakers we haven't. Really hit the questions on point so So what we're talking about like an immediate personality assessment of where I am. So we started with the first scientific that that's myself awareness. Who Will we and? Penalty if you look in business, you got to go on role doing disc. The DISC DIFC. Full or the personality assessments or they might do something cool demise breaks. Those Myers. Briggs type assessments they tend to come with a little bit of a label. So, they are an label condensed stick with you and limit your growth. So we don't really use those in a scientific way that dude and popular because he gives you a sense of self identity. So on my mayes breaks, I'm an EMT Jay. But the fluids without the ease. Extra vote. But. That's not a situation. No one hundred percent extrovert. In fact, if you all, you'll probably in prison and if you're one hundred percent introverts so everybody is an amber that you might just Lee way or the other. So the the more scientific test I encourage all delegates do he's the The Big Five, the Big Five Ocean assessment, and that is one of the scientific psychological literature is based on on. So you have five components to it. You're open conscientiousness, extroversion and agreeable nece annual season. There are subsets within those. and. It's very interesting when people do that with us because they will come by and do a scientific tests but then say I agree with spent but I don't agree wrap it and you think Inside you don't get to agree. That meant to. You just don't like that. Yeah. So for example, my ocean school mine, your autism is nine. Hype alone neurotic, which.

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"moshe intelligence" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

Protrusive Dental Podcast

07:05 min | 6 months ago

"moshe intelligence" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

"And. You know I have colleagues were within this how did you know to say that? and. This isn't trying to be irritating. It might sound irritating is that you'll get where I come from it. If if you have a great deal of social awareness, you could feel other people's emotions like feel the sun on my skin is just And that you can contextualized a response and you know how to respond. I'm so. The. That's one end of the spectrum Roy at the very end of the spectrum is is. We don't know we don't know where it ends because that part of south ballots is never ending but we know the guy that took the furthest and his again if people wanna look gone forgotten Milton Erickson. Who It was bedridden with polio's a teenager. On expected to survive many many years ago and he was essentially cost into unbidden seven years of bedridden study. and. He's finally a big family, a loving mom and dad at seven sisters and they just socially interacted with every magical beautiful facet of their lives in front of him is if he wasn't there an only did was watch unsteady study and watch and study, and he never fully recovered from his polio but when he did recover enough to become a teacher. Always walked without an aid. But when he he is emotional intelligence was like no one no one you can believe and the the the stories about what he was capable of which you can. You can look up there for scientific published aw staggered. eighty-one get because we call it the seven year study in the bed. Yeah, I definitely will look that up absolutely that's great and so why is emotion more important than so emotional intelligence if you were to give it a measure To An individual a bit like Iq I believe they call it. Emotional. Cochin. So how important is? To you and how important is E. Q.. So. I mean Iq? IQ is obviously biking potent and you don't get it to you. Stanfield and type of on studies that we have to do without a reasonable working. And it has been shown against typically one of the biggest localized factors if you come from any disadvantage by Rancho. Huge feathering by definitely want highlight. Goes. Hand in hand with it. So I'm not convince this more important. I think we probably anecdotally. ticky dentists who we really good at talking with patients patients adore them and they get away with doing if I'm allowed to say it if they wish dentistry. Many situations like not obviously the vulne is he have high Q.. And you can use your hands and you can use your brain your cognitive off your brain, and you can deploy three, and that really is like the the triple threat weapon of of of the truly successful dentist with the Condos is I know dentist to Super Super? Bright. Bright. Can think through any compliment analyzed problems absolutely beautifully but just really struggle. Reinstates the place relationships. I if you don't mind expanding just just for a second. Is a great example in that's in the middle of covid. I was looking at one college. Weather knows. And they had a hero of Mine Henry Marsh a Georgia's hospital at me. Georgia's Hospital retired neurosurgeon very famous guy a couple of great books. And he was talking about consent and he said, how can I can send someone to on the new ones of near surgically respecting Aghia blasphemer from a part of the bright he said you you can't you need to have his knowledge. took him perhaps though tip forty years but consent came down to the person sitting opposite him saying, do I trust this guy? Do I trust them trust comes from your emotional intelligence inner particularly dentists. On we now know that you adjudged within the festival thing seconds and actually those first impressions of how you behave. There two things we know patients looking for. Wome competence is just to those in the two thing won't incompetent. Let comes from great. Recession Harvard. And stint that the wound side of it. Certainly, you competence mighty a certificate. So there will. Be Pitches of you'll. You'll stay compass it to her. Social media whatever it is Oh, your instagram, but you'll wolf is your emotional intelligence. So it's At least fifty. percent on and it gives you ability to succeed with people. And by succeeding with people I don't mean. Coalescing them or influencing them into. Anything you want not pulling your own desires, but if you think of. How people interact as a relationship. So you and on a few weeks ago relative strangers and there's no doubt that relationship was upgraded. You know and and pops it will even more and then you get into the point where I were described the Nevada that has a relationship. Now. Ideally, that takes a little while to do and you spend time with. Dentists inner. You've gotta get not trust on board shop. On the patients who already anxious when they walk in and they're already judgy you you so. Getting out across, we know the dentists higher emotional intelligence equals higher-income. Unless dress listening in that's that's overwhelmingly demonstrable. patients don't sue densely like just don't do it even if you muck things up, they don't see dentists like. This. You did to stay feel emotionally betrayed by emotional letdown ball. So. So I I can't get nothing says. Well, then leading people who listening and watching right now they're thinking. Okay. So Moshe intelligence is incredibly important in what we do out. Can We? So for example to improve one's Iq? that. But let's talk about the issue of emotion televisions. Are you is this something that you're born with and that's it or can you actually work to improve it and if so if I'm a dentist listening to right now and I'm listening I think actually you know what? I could probably be a better communicator. Probably. Come across as showing more warmth to my patients. How do I improve my motion intelligence? Yeah I such a great question jobs I love that question and I don't have a simple about children. As much about that as possibly can. So you walk away you born but then we have nature this is nurture. Argument and you become the person you've become and you all then. Set with your personality and.

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"moshe intelligence" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

04:56 min | 8 months ago

"moshe intelligence" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"And do something nights. Go wash the dishes you know. Did I give blood? All these hospitals need now told blood banks blood. Do something do something for someone else. That's how you feel empowered. That's how you're no longer victim. Do do something for somebody in there so much when your family's done has been in service for less last no sixty seventy eighty years on time and. I just interviewed a Yale professor. Laurie Santos who's talking about happiness. And one of the best ways to actually activate your own happiness is by serving others and their biological reasons for it and I think you know it's it's easy to think of me and mine and when I have to do to protect all that but it turns out that You know we're always together by standing up for what matters whether it's a small injustice religion justice actually helps us be happier and be a better contribution to our families and our lives and it's it's such a great example your family's before and I think that Inspires me every day and I think about how can I ask those? Ripples that are out there in the world. And it's something and I hope everybody takes from this conversation. Because you don't have to be policymaker or run a big company but you you actually can can make a difference and it's so small little axe Those little ripples that that make all the difference so thank you curious as mazing and I can send me inspired by you and the work of the RFK human rights for for for so long many in in the work that you're doing. You're not only doing this here in America but around the world and you're training others how to do your your workers just touched so many lives and so many people and it continues to do that and I just really honor you and thank you for this amazing work extending years and Cyber Hud Tobin so yeah so if you if you question if you were president or queen or or charge at one of the things you would start with the change to to deal with what's going on today in the world to create more just and humane. Meanwhile for us all Merg if you to go two years ago I would say Empower women across the earn. The one thing that has been proven to really really change things must immediately is when women aren't power. Women are educated and have more say corporations or in government et CETERA. That's I don't think ask something else instead. Okay before you go to the next thing I just WANNA say. Most you'll realize this. But most of the countries now that have successfully controlled covid nineteen a women that New Zealand Germany right well in Germany. Let's just say Germany among the Europeans is doing better but it's nowhere close to New Zealand north South Korea or you know salvage so we need to look more closely itself H. Anyway on good thing that I would say today. There's one thing. I can do to dramatically impact Imon rights environments all the issues poverty that I care about the next generation is I would dramatically. Increase the The emotional IQ of the next generation And we can do through such emotional learning and nuts. One of the things are human rights is doing now We're teaching our education. Medeiros go to about fifty million students. He Care Kindergarten through law school on human rights and social emotional learning but he would increase people's moral maginalization way. We deal with each other the way we walk through like our own earth spiritual cells gratitude and our love of Beauty Choi. That's that's especially Prince. I agree more and I wanted to a you now in your candidacy for President United States. Because I looked good for you then is American these. I think if we did have more. Moshe intelligence this would be a very different world. And you're right. We have to start with our kids and and we neglect them. In that way. The way that I think. Boras on a business country I actually. We have a moment where we can wake up to that. I just thank you as an amazing call to Action Martin. Good to be.

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"moshe intelligence" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"moshe intelligence" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"They may be sorry that great but one day everybody should know that's that's the point and should this be mandated by government policy. You know something else is happening. <hes> that i've noticed a little beneath radar but i mentioned that younger people are more <hes> purposeful and more meaning oriented have stronger sense of ethics and companies who want to attract and retain the most talented people are starting to you think oh maybe we should pay attention to their ethical sense because then they feel good working for us so it's it's a little bit of <hes> kind of a martian takeover takeover strategy where the young people who are coming into companies may transform them too so it might be a change that comes from within. I don't know the for for values yes. It's really true but i think that <hes> i'd like to see emotional. Intelligence curricula speak to this dimension. I've i proposed a a later book. <hes> that be add to just emotion social competencies a mindfulness and attention training and meditation because it fosters well being in the ways we describe <hes> and then a emphasis on compassion russian and an ethic of caring and also systems thinking so you understand the complexities you're dealing with and you can leverage them in the best ways dalai lama interestingly is also an advocate of that he says if you're going to solve a problem understand it very deeply first before you act yeah well you you know what you're saying is all connected because if we want to solve these problems then we have to get out of this please seen thinking which is me mine the circle and everything else damned right actually <hes> into a more compassionate circle of kindness and empathy and well will the circle of carrying yeah to include everybody yeah and so in a way because start by meditating right to take that does that yeah yeah. He's loving kindness meditation yeah. It's so powerful well. You've been really an icon in this culture. You've you brought this the concept of emotional intelligence to so many people you've gotten people think about it in companies and in families <hes> and you've been a conduit for all the ancient ancient wisdom through your incredible rigor science. It's just really toward their annual created. A program called emotional intelligence coaching certification where you can become an emotional moshe intelligence certified coach or you can actually get coaching so tell us a little bit as well. I thought about what's the most powerful way for someone who wants to up there motion intelligence to boost it to do so. I thought we'll dettori oil and what's it to tour coaching as detoro. It's a one on one so in in our program you start with getting a full diagnostic. It's like if you went for fiscal when for functional medicine you get a profile of what strong strong with needs help and you can do that with emotion intelligence you know do you need a little more like how to keep your eye on the goal or how to be empathic or out of work well with other people whatever it is. That's where you want to work and if you have a coach someone who can help you improve that particular thing then you have faster learning curve so we developed a program where people can get coached and also people are coaches who want to work in this area can get expertise and i feel that it's just a logical addition to the school programs. It's like adult educate yeah and and you can get an in person but you can also read it online absolute and you and you can go to key step media dot com key step media altogether.

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"moshe intelligence" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"moshe intelligence" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Place we put the most us value so then our type is how we go satisfying those values or you could say i think this this language is helpful that sloth for the nine gets acted out ah expressed through suffocation social or sexual so i resist being affected through my dominant instinct resisting being affected for the nine can look merging or fusing with my one to one relationship so forget i. We were basically the same person <hes> i lose myself in. Whatever for instinct is my dominant one hour. I lose myself. I merge or fuse with <hes> self-preservation needs. I'm basically not present. I'm i'm losing myself within well my well being and my physicality and all those kind of things or my social group my social standing. I promote and i go along with and help figure about this. What's important of the group and i do that by forgetting myself. Got it. Okay okay so it makes sense. Yeah i mean you're you're deep talking. We're thinking this is <hes> is. Is it really tricky democ level. It's deep but that's why i wanted you because i think i like when we talk about him. I bruise you. Tell me why it matters that we sort that <music> out who cares yeah. Why does it matter well. I've heard it said from a from a a friend of mine. Who's a brilliant teacher. He <hes> he lives in maui now. Which is awesome. I five she <hes> he says that the instincts are more dominant and more unconscious than your number that our even than your number does yeah i heard from beatrice chestnut one time that if you think of sort of you know the centers of intelligence thinking feeling and acting <hes> we sort of a reaction timer or response time to each one of those so something happens and on thinking level. That's what's to say x speed. We process emotionally ten times faster than we think. We process instinctively hundred hundred times faster. Oh wow so it's to the point that we're not aware of it. It's our our instincts are our body intelligence. <hes> is so fast discover right. Yeah yeah like you touch something and your body's moving away before you realize what just happened. Yes yes. You're you're so fast with that. You know so yeah that's why i like. Do you think these is ecu moshe intelligence i._q. With the mind and g. q. got intelligence got intelligent. I was like yeah the dating yes each have an intelligence that we need. You know okay okay. That's good. Is that what you wanna say about. Subtypes type seven more in your heart <hes>. We should probably move on rat you out of that. Now this <hes> yeah. I know that can be a lot snow. This go. I would go to to beatrice chestnut or ra ra john luk vich. He can be a little interesting if interesting. He's four of the five wing these are some. I'm of like beatrice is known as the subtypes queen. Okay okay so good. That's good to know. I've never read her stuff. I mean i've seen it but i've like sat with it or mario sikora okay. He's an interesting dude. He does any agreement business and he's got a different..

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"moshe intelligence" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"moshe intelligence" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"Shell reactive in a situation that is meaningless why do i lowered to get to me so easily and i literally ran home like a little child and i remember just like shaking the whole way thinking i have everything to lose you know my reputation as like this good guy or whatever my business my you know i could go to jail the who knows i have everything to lose nothing to gain from reacting from coming from place of this masculine energy that i thought i was supposed to do and i remember running up into my bedroom into the bathroom on my bedroom and just like shaking looking the mere washing my on knuckles off the blood and just cut trembling and bill mike item no clue who i am i was thirty years old and i was just like i have no clue who i am and it's time to let go of this because if i continue to live this way with this type of energy i didn't know was these masks at the time i was just like i have no clue what is going on and why i am so reactive but no nothing is good is going to come from this if i continue live this way and that's when i started to do the deeper work started interviewing psychologist i went to therapists i went to moshe intelligence trainings i mean i was trying everything just to like learn about myself i started to realize that you know again these masks specifically the athi mask that one served me and got me results who got me the pat on the back for like destroying so on the football field i became a starter and then i played college football than professional by having that mentality it got me results but when i can't switch it off in life that's when it hurts you and it's true for all these masks you're listening to jordan harbinger in his guest lewis howes who get right back to the show after these methods.

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