Dr. John Demartini presents: "Mastering Your Self, Mastering Your Life: The Secret to Self-Governance"
Thursday, October 9, 2014
7:30pm-9:30pm (followed by book signing)
When you reflect more fully and equally own whatever you see in others within yourself, you master the state of equanimity. You return to a state of self-governance, and reawaken within you a poised, inner self-mastery which will help you inspire others through great exemplification.
In this lecture Dr. John Demartini will…
A note from Dr. Demartini: The word governance was derived from a Greek verb which meant to steer and was used for the first time in a metaphorical sense by the Greek philosopher, Plato. So, self-governance means one who can steer themselves, has great clarity of direction and strategy, is unwavering in action and is mentally and emotionally stable and centered upon their great and inspiring mission of service. When you are unable to govern yourself, you become governed by others. Any area of your life you are not empowered and governed in, is an area that others will overpower and govern you in. If you do not plant flowers (high priorities) in the garden of your mind you will forever pull weeds (low priorities). So, the less you are self-governed the more others will govern you and dictate, or become the author of, your destiny. But, the more you are self-governed the more likely you will rise and be given the opportunity to inspire and govern others. When you live in accordance with your highest values you become equilibrated, resilient, adaptable, moderate, and masterfully self-governed. When you live according to your lower values you become more scattered, stressed, extreme and volatilely ungoverned. When you are volatilely ungoverned and exaggerate yourself over others and become prideful and self-righteous, you may project your highest values onto those you feel superior to. Upon doing so, you may also unrealistically expect them to live according to your highest values, not their own, and you may receive resistance from them in return. You may also attract humbling circumstances to take you off the pedestal and help you return to equilibrium, or self-governance. When you reflect more fully and equally own whatever you see in others within yourself, you master the state of equanimity, you return to a state of self-governance, you reawaken within you a poised, inner self-mastery and you inspire others through great exemplification. You then have the capacity to equally care enough about others to communicate what is important to you in terms of what is important to them – resulting in sustainable fair exchanges that can transform your world. You then help others by giving them what they would love in a way that they are inspired to help you receive what you would love. When you level the playing field between you and others you allow your authentic and self-governed leader to emerge to serve equally you and others.
About Dr. Demartini
Dr Demartini is considered one of the world's leading authorities on human behavior and personal development. He is the founder of the Demartini Institute, a private research and education organization with a curriculum of over 72 different courses covering multiple aspects of human development.
His trademarked methodologies, the Demartini Method and the Demartini Value Determination, are the culmination of 42 years of cross-disciplinary research and study. His work has been incorporated into human development industries across the world.
Dr Demartini travels 360 days a year to countries all over the globe, sharing his research and findings in all markets and sectors. He is the author of 40 books published in over 29 different languages. He has produced over 60 CDs and DVDs covering subjects such as development in relationships, wealth, education and business. Each program is designed to assist people to activate leadership and empower themselves in all seven areas of their lives: Financial, physical, mental, vocational, spiritual, family and social.
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