In today’s show, the human strength expert Kyle Newell discusses the importance of releasing bottled-up emotions for a healthy body.
Here are the show highlights of Take a Page from ‘Falling Down':
- Releasing bottled-up emotions (1:50)
- Meet the alter ego (2:36)
- Tension myositis syndrome (4:17)
- The Divided Mind by Doctor John (5:24)
- Premise behind TMS (5:53)
- Pain that diverts attention (7:30)
- Mind map principles with pain (7:53)
- Psychomotor medicine (10:18)
- Getting defensive (11:29)
- Kyle’s piece of advice (13:36)
Releasing Bottled-up Emotions
Kyle recalls the movie titled Falling Down starring Michael Douglas. It revolved around a defense worker who had enough of the belief held by everyone around him.
“You can only be the person down for so long before you lose it.” -Kyle Newell
He went on a rampage, and became in control of everything. Apparently, his repressed or suppressed emotions led him to that point of becoming a badass character. This happens to many people as well.
Meet the Alter Ego
Everyone has an alter ego that just needs to come into play. For this, there will come a time that we will have to release our rage. If we keep on suppressing it, our animal brain could take over and place us in a state where we’re not in control.
Tension Myositis Syndrome
Many people have mystery ailments that have no physical cause. This is what it means to have a tension myositis syndrome.
Kyle had a similar experience for two and a half years. He had all the symptoms of stomach disease, but failed to find out what caused it. They tried everything but to no avail.
That’s when he heard about Doctor John’s book titled The Divided Mind. To this day, it gave him the ability to remain healthy.
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