#15 Life as a Self-Projected Projector – The defined throat, open solar plexus & speaking your truth! with Kate Marolt
In this episode I’m joined by Kate, a ⅗ Self-Projected Projector to discuss her authority. Being less than 3% of the world, not so much is known about this authority and how it connects to the frequency of the words being said, rather than the words themselves. We dive into conversation around the defined G center with a connection to the throat and both share our experiences of collective circuitry with individual circuit expression to the defined throat. Kate shares her experience as a Classic Projector and how it compares to some of the Energy Projectors in her life. We also chat about physical exercise as a non-sacral and allowing the body to lend to which activity and when!
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Kate Marolt is a coach, mentor, and facilitator who creates spaces for your whole self to come alive and thrive. Since 2011 she has been supporting smart, creative humans to tune into the wisdom of their bodies, build self love and self trust, and bring their full range of gifts and expression online so they can create lives based in joy and deep fulfillment.
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(04:26) Kate shares how her body’s response and her authority differs as she talks it out.
(07:14) When others notice “that doesn’t sound like you” for a self-projected Projector.
(08:47) The fixed identity with the defined G center, playing roles in life.
(12:19) The difference between “talking it out” and the instantaneous knowing of the self-projected authority.
(16:35) Finding the right people to find your truth.
(19:10) Being a self-projected projector you have to have an open solar plexus and how to navigate that.
(20:58) Classic Projectors vs. Energy Projectors in real life.
(21:44) Defining the sacral with electromagnetic channels in relationship and how it interferes with hearing your authority.
(26:15) Collective circuitry connecting to the throat with individual channels and the channel 43-23.
(29:40) Individual gates in the throat being very “I” focused, sharing from an individual perspective.
(31:20) Focusing on the act of sharing with a defined throat.
(34:00) The physiology of connecting to your body and your authority. Allowing the body to guide you towards an activity.
(38:22) Non-sacrals and physical activity.
(40:09) Navigating in the moment authorities with flexibility.
- Rachael Ami