For years, I have been searching for tools to heal the mind from emotional turmoil. I have personally worked with many methods, such as EFT, Psych-K, Meditation, Pranayama (breathing techniques), Jyotish, Mindfulness, The Demartini Method (which is the foundation of this book), Beat the Blues, Non Judgment (which has instigated my research) and many more, to test their efficiency and to see whether the effects are lasting or just a temporary relief.
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I found that all of them change your perception over time, but none came close to what I call Emotional Intelligence.
EQ / Emotional Intelligence is neither a method nor a technique; it is a philosophy. It’s a way of UNDERSTANDING a few UNIVERSAL LAWS and realizing that you are not a victim of life circumstances, but rather the composer of your own life.
An emotionally intelligent person understands how every BELIEF drives an emotion, which leads to action and a resulting reaction. By means of dissolving beliefs in the first place, they therefore stop this chain reaction before it even starts.
The best thing is that everybody can be emotionally intelligent. It’s not a matter of race, intellect or wealth, whether you can or can’t, but a matter of willingness to actually drop away from stagnant beliefs which have been outdated for millennia.
Emotional intelligence and common sense are very closely related. The more you develop EQ, the more you act based on common sense.
With a high EQ, all the shackles of ignorance and dogma fall away from you, and you are finally FREE to do what you love doing.
In the following chapters, I will outline the universal laws of EQ and share with you what I call freedom.