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Slide 1: Al Lopez Copyright 2007 All rights reserved 1 Understand Emotions WHERE DO YOUR EMOTIONS COME FROM? : WHERE DO YOUR EMOTIONS COME FROM? They come from a hidden mind that you have, called the subconscious. : They come from a hidden mind that you have, called the subconscious. How many minds do you have? : How many minds do you have? You have two minds! Yes, two! : You have two minds! Yes, two! The first mind is the one that you already know very well. It is the mind which makes you aware of things. In other words, it is the mind that you are conscious of. That is why it is called your conscious mind. : The first mind is the one that you already know very well. It is the mind which makes you aware of things. In other words, it is the mind that you are conscious of. That is why it is called your conscious mind. The other mind is hidden in your brain – you are not conscious of it – that is why it is called your subconscious mind.: The other mind is hidden in your brain – you are not conscious of it – that is why it is called your subconscious mind. It is a very powerful mind which solves problems, generates ideas and solutions, controls body movements and produces emotions. : It is a very powerful mind which solves problems, generates ideas and solutions, controls body movements and produces emotions. HOW DO YOUR TWO MINDS RELATE? : HOW DO YOUR TWO MINDS RELATE? With your conscious mind you see, hear and feel what happens around you; and then you think something about it. : With your conscious mind you see, hear and feel what happens around you; and then you think something about it. For example, if you meet someone in the street it is probable that you will either think something pleasant about that person or something unpleasant. : For example, if you meet someone in the street it is probable that you will either think something pleasant about that person or something unpleasant. If you think something negative, pressured, alarmed or violent about the person or situation, then your subconscious mind will produce for you a negative emotion (such as anger, frustration, worry or fear). : If you think something negative, pressured, alarmed or violent about the person or situation, then your subconscious mind will produce for you a negative emotion (such as anger, frustration, worry or fear). And if you think positive, gentle, relaxed thoughts about a person or situation, then your subconscious mind will produce for you some neutral or positive emotion (such as complacency, joy or love). : And if you think positive, gentle, relaxed thoughts about a person or situation, then your subconscious mind will produce for you some neutral or positive emotion (such as complacency, joy or love). For instance, Mr. Doe formed in his mind a negative opinion of the situation he faced with the boy. He thought of it in a pressured, alarmed and violent manner. : For instance, Mr. Doe formed in his mind a negative opinion of the situation he faced with the boy. He thought of it in a pressured, alarmed and violent manner. And Mrs. Doe formed in her mind a neutral opinion of the situation that she faced with the boy. She thought in a gentle and peaceful manner. : And Mrs. Doe formed in her mind a neutral opinion of the situation that she faced with the boy. She thought in a gentle and peaceful manner. Her subconscious mind received those neutral, gentle and peaceful thoughts; and thus, it kept her at peace. : Her subconscious mind received those neutral, gentle and peaceful thoughts; and thus, it kept her at peace. In summary, : In summary, you create your emotions, according to the way in which you consciously think about what happens to you - - your subconscious simply responds to you with an emotion which matches the type of thought that you have in your conscious mind. : you create your emotions, according to the way in which you consciously think about what happens to you - - your subconscious simply responds to you with an emotion which matches the type of thought that you have in your conscious mind. WHY DOES YOUR SUBCOSNCIOUS MIND SEND YOU STRESSFUL EMOTIONS? : WHY DOES YOUR SUBCOSNCIOUS MIND SEND YOU STRESSFUL EMOTIONS? Our subconscious sends us stressful emotions (like anger or fear) to give us greater strength than what we normally have - - a superior strength so that we can fight against a threat or run away from it. : Our subconscious sends us stressful emotions (like anger or fear) to give us greater strength than what we normally have - - a superior strength so that we can fight against a threat or run away from it. For example, as you see a dog, and you think that it is dangerous, your subconscious mind will immediately produce for you the emotion of fear or anger (charged with adrenaline). : For example, as you see a dog, and you think that it is dangerous, your subconscious mind will immediately produce for you the emotion of fear or anger (charged with adrenaline). This will cause you to either flee from the dog or fight against it. : This will cause you to either flee from the dog or fight against it. In reality your subconscious does not care if that dog is truly dangerous or not. : In reality your subconscious does not care if that dog is truly dangerous or not. Your subconscious cannot see the dog. It simply responds to the alarmed thought that you put in your conscious mind. : Your subconscious cannot see the dog. It simply responds to the alarmed thought that you put in your conscious mind. But if you had put in your mind gentle and peaceful thoughts about the dog, then your subconscious mind would have produced for you some neutral or positive emotion, which would have kept you at peace. : But if you had put in your mind gentle and peaceful thoughts about the dog, then your subconscious mind would have produced for you some neutral or positive emotion, which would have kept you at peace. Let us see another case. If an employee is urgently called by her boss, she will likely think in an alarmed manner, imagining perhaps that her boss will get angry at her or will fire her. : Let us see another case. If an employee is urgently called by her boss, she will likely think in an alarmed manner, imagining perhaps that her boss will get angry at her or will fire her. As a result of such alarmed thoughts, her subconscious will send her some stressful emotion (charged with adrenaline) to give her the “necessary” strength to fight against “the alarming idea” that she thought. : As a result of such alarmed thoughts, her subconscious will send her some stressful emotion (charged with adrenaline) to give her the “necessary” strength to fight against “the alarming idea” that she thought. But there is nothing to fight against! Probably, her boss only wanted to see her to ask for her help on some project. : But there is nothing to fight against! Probably, her boss only wanted to see her to ask for her help on some project. However, the employee will be under great stress, due to the excess of adrenaline which she herself produced foVr having thought in an alarmed way. : However, the employee will be under great stress, due to the excess of adrenaline which she herself produced foVr having thought in an alarmed way. So much stress damages the body and blocks the intellectual, productive and social capacity of the person. : So much stress damages the body and blocks the intellectual, productive and social capacity of the person. But if the employee had put in her mind gentle and peaceful thoughts about the situation, then her subconscious mind would have produced for her some neutral or positive emotion which would have kept her at peace. : But if the employee had put in her mind gentle and peaceful thoughts about the situation, then her subconscious mind would have produced for her some neutral or positive emotion which would have kept her at peace. In conclusion, most of the stressful emotions that you produce are of no use to you - - in fact, they even hurt you. : In conclusion, most of the stressful emotions that you produce are of no use to you - - in fact, they even hurt you. They are useless to you because almost every time you produce them, there is no real danger for you to fight against or to run swiftly from. : They are useless to you because almost every time you produce them, there is no real danger for you to fight against or to run swiftly from. TO EFFECTIVELY CONTROL YOUR EMOTIONS, YOU NEED TO FIRST ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY FOR THEM : TO EFFECTIVELY CONTROL YOUR EMOTIONS, YOU NEED TO FIRST ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY FOR THEM What would happen if you blamed people or circumstances for your feelings of anger, sadness or discouragement? : What would happen if you blamed people or circumstances for your feelings of anger, sadness or discouragement? If you did, you would feel like a victim, allowing people and circumstances to control you; : If you did, you would feel like a victim, allowing people and circumstances to control you; and that would seriously weaken your character, would not allow you to achieve mastery over your emotions and would cripple your progress. : and that would seriously weaken your character, would not allow you to achieve mastery over your emotions and would cripple your progress. What would happen if you blamed people or circumstances for your feelings of anger, sadness or discouragement? : What would happen if you blamed people or circumstances for your feelings of anger, sadness or discouragement? Yet, despite so much damage to yourself, you might still justify yourself by thinking that it is not your fault that you are overcome by a particular negative emotion. : Yet, despite so much damage to yourself, you might still justify yourself by thinking that it is not your fault that you are overcome by a particular negative emotion. To achieve mastery over your emotions, the most important step that you must take is to recognize and accept that it is you who produces them. : To achieve mastery over your emotions, the most important step that you must take is to recognize and accept that it is you who produces them. But, if a loved one or a very close friend says something hurtful to you, you will most likely feel bad about it : But, if a loved one or a very close friend says something hurtful to you, you will most likely feel bad about it So, is that friend or loved one to blame for your feeling bad? : So, is that friend or loved one to blame for your feeling bad? The truth is that it is still you who in the end produces the emotion of hurt, because you are the one who puts in your conscious mind the type of thought which makes your subconscious mind produce such an emotion. : The truth is that it is still you who in the end produces the emotion of hurt, because you are the one who puts in your conscious mind the type of thought which makes your subconscious mind produce such an emotion. But then, why do you feel bad when a person who is close to you tells you something unpleasant? : But then, why do you feel bad when a person who is close to you tells you something unpleasant? Because that person is important to you, and you expect to keep a good relationship with him or her. : Because that person is important to you, and you expect to keep a good relationship with him or her. And if this person tells you something that threatens such a relationship, you think in an alarmed manner and produce for yourself some negative emotion. : And if this person tells you something that threatens such a relationship, you think in an alarmed manner and produce for yourself some negative emotion. Must you pay attention to those emotions you feel when a close friend or relative tells you something unpleasant? : Must you pay attention to those emotions you feel when a close friend or relative tells you something unpleasant? That depends on each situation : That depends on each situation generally such emotions of pain, anger or worry that you might instantly feel help you realize that something is not right in the relationship and that you might need to do something about it. : generally such emotions of pain, anger or worry that you might instantly feel help you realize that something is not right in the relationship and that you might need to do something about it. What is important is to not allow the negative emotions to stay with you longer than a few seconds, so that you will not lose the mental clarity and peace you will need to mend the relationship. : What is important is to not allow the negative emotions to stay with you longer than a few seconds, so that you will not lose the mental clarity and peace you will need to mend the relationship. CAN YOU AVOID STRESSFUL EMOTIONS UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE? : CAN YOU AVOID STRESSFUL EMOTIONS UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE? Some of the situations that we experience are very difficult to manage - - especially surprises. For example, when someone betrays our trust. : Some of the situations that we experience are very difficult to manage - - especially surprises. For example, when someone betrays our trust. However, with sufficient practice, you will reach the point where you will be able to avoid stressful emotions under just about any circumstance. : However, with sufficient practice, you will reach the point where you will be able to avoid stressful emotions under just about any circumstance. CONCLUSION : CONCLUSION As you better understand your emotions and acquire greater mastery over them, you will feel much more sure of yourself, and you will also become wiser and more intelligent. : As you better understand your emotions and acquire greater mastery over them, you will feel much more sure of yourself, and you will also become wiser and more intelligent. Why?Because you will be able to keep your mind more clear and at peace. : Why?Because you will be able to keep your mind more clear and at peace. The key is to think gently and peacefullyThe key is to think gently and peacefully : The key is to think gently and peacefullyThe key is to think gently and peacefully Think of all the thoughts that you think every day. Would you like them to be intelligent and wise? : Think of all the thoughts that you think every day. Would you like them to be intelligent and wise? Everything that you think with gentle and relaxed thoughts and with your mind clear and at peace will be intelligent and wise. : Everything that you think with gentle and relaxed thoughts and with your mind clear and at peace will be intelligent and wise. On the other hand, everything that you think with negative, pressured or violent thoughts will generally be foolish. : On the other hand, everything that you think with negative, pressured or violent thoughts will generally be foolish. Think of all the words that you say every day. Would you like them to be intelligent and wise? : Think of all the words that you say every day. Would you like them to be intelligent and wise? Everything that you say with gentle and relaxed thoughts and with your mind clear and at peace will be intelligent and wise. : Everything that you say with gentle and relaxed thoughts and with your mind clear and at peace will be intelligent and wise. On the other hand, everything that you say with negative, pressured or violent thoughts will generally be foolish. : On the other hand, everything that you say with negative, pressured or violent thoughts will generally be foolish. Think of all the actions that you do every day. Would you like them to be intelligent and wise? : Think of all the actions that you do every day. Would you like them to be intelligent and wise? Everything that you do with gentle and relaxed thoughts and with your mind clear and at peace will be intelligent and wise. : Everything that you do with gentle and relaxed thoughts and with your mind clear and at peace will be intelligent and wise. On the other hand, everything that you do with negative, pressured or violent thoughts will generally be foolish. : On the other hand, everything that you do with negative, pressured or violent thoughts will generally be foolish. Thinking gently and calmly, with your mind clear and at peace is not something that you must only do when you face difficult situations - - such must become for you a new way of life. : Thinking gently and calmly, with your mind clear and at peace is not something that you must only do when you face difficult situations - - such must become for you a new way of life.

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