The dopamine system of the heart serves as an emergency system and should not dominate one's life. Relying excessively on this system can result in severe inner restlessness, insomnia, anxiety, panic attacks, nightmares, extreme stage fright, and high blood pressure - a constant pursuit of heightened experiences. This overuse of the heart's dopamine system is particularly common among artists, musicians, and actors, often hindering their ability to gracefully transition from the spotlight. It masks the actual deficiency: the weakness of the dopamine system in the kidneys and adrenal glands.
The consequence is a profound depletion, where over 2000 hormones and neurotransmitters are no longer available for proper regeneration. Such a scenario can trigger a significant negative impact.
However, by the end of the first week of the Challenge, I will systematically rest the dopamine system in the heart and instead strengthen and regenerate the kidney, adrenal, and small intestine systems. Finding the balance between inner restlessness and strength, shaping one's mindset, radiating positive energy, and harnessing the power of dopamine are crucial aspects of my work, as avoiding this balance has sadly led many down the path of drug addiction.