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emotional memory, personality

Emotional Memory, Your Personality, And Life Purpose

Diana Dentinger enlightens you about your personality, life purpose and untapped potential for a happier, healthier and more fulfilling life. She is a best-selling author and international speaker with over 25 years experience as a Personal & Professional Development Corporate Trainer.

Personality Needs Profile

Diana is also the creator of the Personality & Needs Profile that gives you x-ray vision into your innate talents, main behavior drives and predictable challenges. After years of research and becoming a neurobiologically oriented therapist, she elaborated this personality profile based on her experience as a psychosomatic illness therapist unblocking psychosomatic illnesses with the power of keywords.

Inherited Emotional Memory

Inherited Emotional Memory, Images, and Keywords reside in our brain and consciousness field. They make us automatic creatures of habit as well as give us information about the best version of ourselves. Knowing your Emotional Memory allows you to reach mental clarity, emotional balance, and spiritual evolution.

Listen to how Diana shared secrets from symbology, etymology and advanced 21st-century neurobiology for you to live in in a more fulfilling and meaningful way.

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Thanks, Diana, for joining us here at CBJ to review these personal observations about these more profound connections with emotional memory.

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