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SEAT OF THE SOUL

Coach & Psychologist

Expertise

ACT - EMDR - GZ

Specialisation

Anxiety - Addiction

Location

Amsterdam
The Netherlands

Phone

+31(0)204 78 999

Practice

Coach & Psychologist

Accreditation

NOBCO

About

Introduction
After his early career success as an investment trader and broker, Ray
Dalio started his own brokerage firm, Bridgewater, in 1975. His
achievements led him to become overconfident of his ability to predict the
financial market. After suffering several major setbacks—including losing
everything in the 1980s’ market crash—he humbled himself, learned from
his failures, and consistently documented and tested his decision-making
criteria to gain powerful insights about work and life.
Dalio stopped running Bridgewater top-down as the sole expert and
authority, and shifted to an idea meritocracy where the wisdom of

THE SEAT OF THE SOUL

Sonja Hilldebrandt

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PACKAGE 1

𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐒𝐄𝐀𝐓 𝐎𝐅 𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐒𝐎𝐔𝐋 - 𝐆𝐀𝐑𝐘 𝐙𝐔𝐊𝐀𝐕

Gary Zukav’s first book, The Seat of the Soul (1989), describes how humans
are evolving to be more intuitive and soulful. This will help them move away
from violence and towards love and light.
Most people think of evolution in terms of physicality and biological survival.
But survival is only one part of the picture; it’s a limited goal that we can now
see through with our five senses. We’re evolving to an expanded point of view
that leverages spiritual capacity, which means we can perceive things beyond
what we physically see.
Many people value material things more than relationships. This is common
among those who view the world with their five senses, which conceptualize
power as something that can be taken away or given to someone else. That
kind of power comes from fear and physical dominance, and it’s not
sustainable because it can always be taken away by others.
Authentic power is the ability to do great things with your life. It comes from
within and it’s closely tied to a higher purpose in life. Evolutionary theory
recognizes that we’re all on a quest for authentic power, which is different from
transient external power.
People have two parts. The soul is immortal and works towards perfection,
while personalities are mortal and exist only in the material world as bodies,
which work to fulfill their souls’ missions. Karma dictates what each
personality must do to help its soul become whole again.
In today’s world, it is a problem that many people don’t value human life. All
people should be valued equally regardless of what they do or say. People
need to cultivate reverence for others instead of getting caught up in judging
their behavior. When the species as a whole cultivates this quality, violence
will cease to exist because spiritual interests will become more important than
survival concerns.

Life is not only about learning lessons and becoming whole. Before a soul
takes on a form, it agrees to fulfill some kind of purpose during its time in the
body. This can be raising children or writing novels or something else entirely.
The soul knows this purpose but an individual may not be aware of it
consciously while living their life.
Having said all of this, there’s no one path that everyone has to follow.
Everyone can take many different paths in life and they’re not any better than
the others. The universe will provide for people who trust it even though they
don’t understand why or how it works. Even if bad things happen, they are
ultimately a part of our soul’s evolution towards wholeness.

Key Point 1: Intuition is a powerful human faculty, even
though it can’t be fully explained in rational terms.

The five-sensory perspective is the way most people see things. It’s based on
physical reality. The multisensory perspective goes beyond that and includes
information from other planes of existence, including what can’t be seen with
the naked eye or measured with scientific instruments. This is where human
intuition comes into play; it represents a person’s connection to his past lives
and unseen teachers who give guidance but don’t exist in this world.
Everyone has intuition, but it’s difficult to understand because of the complex
nature of modern life. Sometimes we need physical cues to help us interpret
our subconscious feelings and emotions. It is possible that scientists will
develop tools for studying these physical cues in the future. For now, though,
they are still not completely understood. But even without hard evidence or
scientific research on somatic markers, people can use them to make
important decisions when rational information is lacking.

PACKAGE 2

𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐒𝐄𝐀𝐓 𝐎𝐅 𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐒𝐎𝐔𝐋 - 𝐆𝐀𝐑𝐘 𝐙𝐔𝐊𝐀𝐕

Gary Zukav’s first book, The Seat of the Soul (1989), describes how humans
are evolving to be more intuitive and soulful. This will help them move away
from violence and towards love and light.
Most people think of evolution in terms of physicality and biological survival.
But survival is only one part of the picture; it’s a limited goal that we can now
see through with our five senses. We’re evolving to an expanded point of view
that leverages spiritual capacity, which means we can perceive things beyond
what we physically see.
Many people value material things more than relationships. This is common
among those who view the world with their five senses, which conceptualize
power as something that can be taken away or given to someone else. That
kind of power comes from fear and physical dominance, and it’s not
sustainable because it can always be taken away by others.
Authentic power is the ability to do great things with your life. It comes from
within and it’s closely tied to a higher purpose in life. Evolutionary theory
recognizes that we’re all on a quest for authentic power, which is different from
transient external power.
People have two parts. The soul is immortal and works towards perfection,
while personalities are mortal and exist only in the material world as bodies,
which work to fulfill their souls’ missions. Karma dictates what each
personality must do to help its soul become whole again.
In today’s world, it is a problem that many people don’t value human life. All
people should be valued equally regardless of what they do or say. People
need to cultivate reverence for others instead of getting caught up in judging
their behavior. When the species as a whole cultivates this quality, violence
will cease to exist because spiritual interests will become more important than
survival concerns.

Life is not only about learning lessons and becoming whole. Before a soul
takes on a form, it agrees to fulfill some kind of purpose during its time in the
body. This can be raising children or writing novels or something else entirely.
The soul knows this purpose but an individual may not be aware of it
consciously while living their life.
Having said all of this, there’s no one path that everyone has to follow.
Everyone can take many different paths in life and they’re not any better than
the others. The universe will provide for people who trust it even though they
don’t understand why or how it works. Even if bad things happen, they are
ultimately a part of our soul’s evolution towards wholeness.

Key Point 1: Intuition is a powerful human faculty, even
though it can’t be fully explained in rational terms.

The five-sensory perspective is the way most people see things. It’s based on
physical reality. The multisensory perspective goes beyond that and includes
information from other planes of existence, including what can’t be seen with
the naked eye or measured with scientific instruments. This is where human
intuition comes into play; it represents a person’s connection to his past lives
and unseen teachers who give guidance but don’t exist in this world.
Everyone has intuition, but it’s difficult to understand because of the complex
nature of modern life. Sometimes we need physical cues to help us interpret
our subconscious feelings and emotions. It is possible that scientists will
develop tools for studying these physical cues in the future. For now, though,
they are still not completely understood. But even without hard evidence or
scientific research on somatic markers, people can use them to make
important decisions when rational information is lacking.

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