“In the infancy stage of development, boys have more emotional reactivity than girls. Once a boy gets around the teenage years… almost every westernized man, have some story in their life where they’ve been deeply shamed for expressing emotions. Men were shamed around sadness, but women were shamed just as much, typically around anger, … clean anger is hard for anyone to express." – Mark Guay
Mark Guay is a meditation teacher and performance coach based in San Diego, California. He combines developmental psychology with the ancient art of the chakra system to unlock your unlimited potential and lead a life with greater purpose, energy, and connection.
Highlights from this episode
“It’s a minority still out there… particularly in leadership roles, for people to have this embodied high emotional intelligence.” [16:50]
“The human being does not stop developing after the physical body develops… you can continue to expand and grow, it’s an infinite game.” [22:36]
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