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Demartini Value Determination

Know Yourself. Be Yourself

Applications of the Demartini Value System

It is wise to re-evaluate your hierarchy of values quarterly every three months and keep records of the evolution of your destinies along your life's journey. With every change in value comes and identity crisis and a refinement in direction.

 

Anything you perceive as supporting your higher values you label as 'good, or terrific'. They elate you and warm you up. Anything you perceive as challenging your higher values you label as 'bad or terrible'. They depress you and cool you down. The art of communicating your values in terms of other people's values is called 'caring' when it is applied inside close relationships and 'selling' when applied outside.

 

Anyone you perceive as supporting or living according to your higher values you tend to raise up and place them on a pedestal and make them a hero or an authority. You tend to inject their values into your life and attempt to live according to their values more than just yours. This leads you to experiencing internal moral dilemmas a need for outside motivation to keep you 'focused' or going against your own values wherever there is any distinction. You end up injecting their values into yours and hear yourself using imperatives like 'I should,' 'I ought to,' 'I am supposed to,' 'I need to'. This results in a state of dis-empowerment.

 

Anyone you perceive as challenging or not living according to your higher values you tend to lower down and place them in a pit and make them a villain or subordinate. You tend to inject your values into their life and have them attempt to live according to your values more than just theirs. This leads them to experiencing internal moral dilemmas and a need for outside motivation to them 'focused' or going against their values wherever there is any distinction. You end up projecting your values into theirs and hear yourself using imperatives like 'You have go to,' 'You should,' 'You ought to,' 'You are supposed to,' 'You need to.' This results in a state of dis-empowerment.

 
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