Show Notes Episode 20 – Paul Chek: Evolve Yourself Emotionally

Learning how to evolve emotionally is a process and it can be a long and rough one – not unlike dealing with a tornado inside you.

How do you handle with the uncertainty of emotional turmoil within yourself and others? How do you work with your partner, your family, and your friends to get to a better place of compassion, empathy and true caring?

Learn some tips from Paul on how to evolve emotionally and for the better in this second of a five-part Living 4D series of solo chats.

Once you’ve listened to this podcast, you’ll probably have a lot more questions about what you’ve learned!

Join Paul for a special Instagram live event Friday, April 5 at 12 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time/3 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time to talk about any questions about learning to evolve emotionally.

Show Notes

  • What is emotion? (3:46)
  • Looking at life and emotions from an archetypal perspective. (9:34)
  • Evolving to the King/Queen phase of our lives takes lots of energy. (13:15)
  • The emotional evolution of the wise man/woman. (16:32)
  • Distilling emotions to two basic states: Love and fear. (20:08)
  • Our bodies feel emotions down to the cellular level. (24:55)
  • The experiments of Cleve Backster are mind blowing! (29:57)
  • The three primary hormones we need or we’ll die: Insulin, cortisol and adrenaline. (32:06)
  • “Emotional hunger is frequently misinterpreted as a hunger for food.” (35:59)
  • What are “comfort” foods? (36:47)
  • Cortisol is linked to emotions of fear or love. (41:09)
  • The source of the building blocks for all hormones and neurotransmitters is your diet. (44:59)
  • A common denominator for anorexia and bulimia: Controlling parents. (49:16)
  • Many people have problems interpreting their hunger instincts. (52:53)
  • Instincts are connected to emotions. (55:45)
  • “Growing up is really about being brave enough to question your own thoughts and ask, ‘Is this judgment really true? Is it connecting me to life and expanding the sphere of my people, my tribe, my space?’” (1:06:49)
  • Our thought patterns come from our beliefs, but most of them are unconscious. (1:08:07)
  • When our level of shadow gets so big, our immune systems can start eating us alive. (1:11:08)
  • Growing emotional requires maturity and conscious awareness. (1:14:58)
  • Organizing values around the 4 Doctors. (1:15:22)
  • “Morals, by definition, are codes of conduct that are life-affirmative.” (1:17:21)
  • When the Pain Teacher arrives, listen to it. (1:21:19)
  • Looking at emotions from a bottom-up perspective. (1:24:45)
  • If your biochemistry is imbalanced from drugs or bad foods, maybe you’re already feeling fear or a stressor coming from the cells of your body. (1:29:17)
  • Humans possess precognitive abilities and emotions. (1:34:15)
  • The links between emotions (good and bad) and your organs. (1:37:03)
  • The emotional pain of Paul’s crumbling relationship with his ex-wife manifested in stomach ulcers. (1:38:35)
  • The four polarities of love. (1:42:15)
  • Expressions of love can be very different, even between married partners. (1:45:49)
  • What is unconditional love? (1:51:47)
  • The three key components of psychological health. (1:52:45)
  • The choices in dealing with strong emotions. (1:56:56)
  • “Until you have values, you have no way to distinguish how to say no.” (2:03:07)
  • One of the most powerful tools to regulate your emotions: Breathing. (2:05:34)