In today’s show, the human strength expert Kyle Newell discusses why he can only feel sympathy for dogs. This is a pretty cool offshoot of mind-mapping where you get to discover how the brain works in order for you to efficiently and effectively use your emotions and time.
Here are the show highlights of I Only Feel Sympathy For Dogs:
- Two different stories with the same topic (1:39)
- How to train the brain to see things? (3:40)
- Why act differently with the dog? (5:11)
- The human part of the brain vs the mammalian part of the brain (6:27)
- The pity party (6:50)
- Sympathy defined (7:30)
- How to deal with those who refuse optimistic views? (10:00)
- An example of empathic super power (11:50)
- Which part of the brain do we need to access for a solution? (15:10)
- Recap (18:37)
Kyle felt sorry for himself when he blew out his left knee. Two and a half years later, he blew his other knee and underwent surgery again. This gave him a different perspective in life. Some people may want others to feel sorry for them as well. When we realize what sorrow is, we need to backtrack for some realizations. For this, we have to understand how the brain operates to achieve clarity.
Human vs Mammalian
In one of his therapies, Kyle was asked why he acts so differently with his dog Matina. Well, most people find it difficult to connect with the present or with their actual situation. This is because they fail to access the emotional part of their brain. To understand this concept better, Kyle gives a clear contrast between the human part of the brain and the mammalian part of the brain.
Making Connections Towards Understanding
Kyle has a very unique personality type that exudes with empathy. He naturally shows this during his wife’s current pregnancy. He gets the same empathy symptoms with her, thus, allowing him to connect with his wife and understand her.
Download and listen to the entire episode I Only Feel Sympathy For Dogs to discover how the brain works in order for you to efficiently and effectively use your emotions and time!