Dr John Demartini

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Dr John Demartini is founder of the Demartini Institute, a human behaviour specialist, author, educator, health professional and business consultant. Learn more at www.drdemartini.com.

exchange | Longevity LIVE

If you have difficulty receiving from others, this will affect your ability to give. And if you have difficulty giving, then this affects your receiving. The fair exchange balance is a delicate system – and the way you relate to it is no less important.  The universe remains in perfect

fear | Longevity LIVE

Fear and guilt are two emotions that can come to the fore during the Festive Season. Fear is an assumption that you are about to experience through your senses in the future more pain than pleasure, more risks than rewards, more drawbacks than benefits from someone else or yourself. How to

digital detox | Longevity LIVE

It is wise to stop using your digital devices and become centred and present on a regular basis. Ask yourself if you are truly focusing and acting on your most meaningful objectives and highest priorities in your personal or professional life. The smart phone and other devices can, if not

expectations | Longevity LIVE

We all have a unique hierarchy of values, things that are most important to least important to us. When we set goals, intentions, or expectations that are in alignment with our highest priority, we are spontaneously inspired to act and have the highest probability of fulfilling them. When we set

intimacy | Longevity LIVE

One of the paradoxes and challenges of the computer age is that we seem to have more friends than ever (on social media, at least), but it feels like in real life, our real and live (non-virtual) relationships are possibly a bit less intimate. It has gotten to the point where our virtual Facebook likes and retweets seem to have taken

resilience | Longevity LIVE

Everyone has the capacity to be resilient and practice resilience, in every area of their lives. Think about something you really, really love doing. Let’s say gaming, for argument’s sake. Now, imagine that, as much as you love playing your favourite game, you’re frustrated because you’re simply not winning. Do you

anxiety | Longevity LIVE

Research tells us that millennials are the most anxious generation to date. But, while life is undeniably – and unavoidably – stressful, you don’t have to rely on medication to curb your angst. The first weapon you have in your arsenal against anxiety is the understanding that it’s a derivative of

energy | Longevity LIVE

It is commonly believed that we lose energy as we grow older but I conclude that the level of energy one has in life is not so much connected to age, as it is to state of mind. Naturally, when someone is coming to the end of their life and

super-mom | Longevity LIVE

Question from an anonymous reader with Super-Mom Syndrome: “I’m a working mother with three children under the age of 12. Although I have a good support structure, I still find myself exhausted most days, and dropping balls – either at home or at work. My career is important to me,

Demartini | Longevity LIVE

Dr John Demartini is a human behavior specialist, educator, international best-selling author and founder of the Demartini Institute. Here he gives his expert advice for a reader on the topic of her imminent marriage and fidelity. An anonymous reader asks: I am about to get married, and although I’m not