Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Dr. John Demartini's Beginnings (With Japanese Subtitles)

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Demartini Intro

Dr. Demartini has inspired me and through taking several of seminars, and receiving his training I've transformed my life. Enjoy!!

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Dr. Demartini

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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

The Power of Language

While I was training with Sasaki Sensei, a Shinto priest, he often spoke of the power of language. He said have you ever noticed how people in prison communicate? They are often guttural, vulgar, abrasive, mean, and violent. If you look at those that are educated or in high society, their language is very precise, prim and proper. It is almost as if their language creates their reality or environment.

This idea is the basis for neuro linguistic programming (NLP), Tony Robbin’s Neuro-Associative Conditioning, self-talk, as well as affirmations. Dr. John F. Demartini speaks about Paul Bragg who gave him an affirmation, when he was 17 years old. He was told to say, “I am a genius, and I apply my wisdom.” He has said it every day for over 30 years, and he claims it to be the source of his success. Today, if you read his books, such as How to Make a Hell of a Profit, and Still Get to Heaven, you will find tons of affirmations throughout.

This self-talk is inherit to our minds as human beings. They say that we have anywhere from 12,000 to over 50,000 individual thoughts on any given day. The question is, how do we talk to ourselves. What is our most dominant thought? What thought gets repeated over and over, training our brain and our instincts?

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Balance & Equilibrium

Through the study of science and nature, you can see that everything tries to conserve energy and stay in a state of equilibrium or balance. In oriental medicine, we look at yin and yang. Yin is considered more feminine or passive, while yang is much more aggressive or masculine. We all have a certain level of energy we maintain, and a balance of yin and yang traits.

Through studying in Dr. John F. Demartini’s Concourse of Wisdom and Healing, has taught that we all have every trait. These traits are may be expressed or repressed in any of the 7 areas of life (spiritual, physical, mental, vocational, financial, social and familial). These individual traits may be considered good or bad, positive or negative, right or wrong, a benefit or drawback. These traits can only be judged to be good or bad, based upon someone’s own, individual value system.

Under a different set of circumstances a trait that is typically repressed, may be beneficially or appropriately expressed to our benefit. But, truly all traits serve us and we just view them in a certain light. In order to reach our goals it is best to learn to love all of these traits and be able to adapt and utilize them naturally according to the situation.

Many people think that one should always be nice. But, have you ever had the experience of being too nice, and being walked upon?? Have you ever experienced being harsh with someone and later regretting it?? Actually, whether nice or mean, however we are being serves us and serves others. Recognizing this, it would best serve us to be able to pick and choose the trait that allows us to reach our goals as quickly as possible. Learning to apply traits that we normally repress may bring us to a new and higher state of chaos, which will bring us new lessons.

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Monday, April 14, 2008

Power of Possibility

In aikido we learn about the power of possibility through our tactile senses. When someone attacks you and is much stronger than you, we might rate that strength a 10. Perhaps our strength is only a 1, but when they meet and we use the connection, a relationship is born. The relationship, and both of our commitment to it creates a vast variety of possibilities. When this committed relationship exists our power, can be multiplied. We may even find that the commitment ratio of 1:10 changes dramatically. It is no longer a matter of strength. This relationship now creates power and this is true power. Despite their physical strength being much greater, our power developed from being centered creates possibilities for thousands of techniques to spring forth. The understanding, sensing and working with the relationship actually, builds your power. Instead of fighting strength versus strength, where your attacker would have easily won, working on the connection that was built raises the engagement an octave to a whole new concentric sphere. Your strength remains the same but your power is limitless.

Through a variety of training I have received in the past through Aikido, Landmark Education, Anthony Robbins, Dr. Demartini’s Concourse of Wisdom and Healing, I have learned ways to see and create possibilities, eliminate deterrants, and limiting beliefs.

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