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Many ancient traditions and mythologies speak of the “4 Elements” which represent 4 neurotransmitters: Fire – Dopamine, Serotonin – Water, Acetylcholine – Air, GABA – Earth. Understanding this balance allows you to express your gifts, but also find internal balance, and play better with others.

In this episode I’ll break down the biological basis, self-assessment, and reaching balance (emotional security).

Referencing Dr. Eric Braverman’s bravermantest.com, strength coach Charles Poliquin, and some esoteric metaphors. Yes, I did shave my head to dress up as Aang from Avatar: The Last Airbender.

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