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Melissa Karnaze June 23, 2010 at 10:52 am

Cory, thanks so much for sharing this with us! This article really inspires me. When people realize how powerful their inner technology really is… things will shift so much in this world.

I really like the point about how people try to suppress their emotions in order to defend delusions of control in an uncertain world. This is a really juicy topic that goes back to the brain and how we evolved by imposing order on a chaos. It’s a great strength of ours, but most of the time in our modern world it ends up being a weakness.

Also, the emotional intelligence misnomer, is unfortunately how the corporate sphere makes bank on the buzz word. It’s a much-needed start, yes, but emotional intelligence can’t only be about productivity in the workplace and other less-intimate contexts, and get us very far. How you described your first take on the term is how it’s subtly marketed a lot of the time. But overall, I’m glad it’s a buzz word rather than a no-word!

“Because we have become so focused on the technology at our fingertips, we have put on the back burner the technology in our hearts.”

Really nails our modern predicament. Books could be written on that one statement alone. :)

Cory Chu-Keenan June 23, 2010 at 12:51 pm


Thank you for having me as your guest. I feel truly honored to have my work featured on this amazing site.

Technology is all the rage today and rightly so. I don’t have to explain to anyone how awesome things have gotten and will continue to get on the tech frontier. I mean, look at us here!

Mindful Construct is about incorporating the intelligence of the human body and its signals with technology. Blogging is the best platform so far.

“This is a really juicy topic that goes back to the brain and how we evolved by imposing order on a chaos. It’s a great strength of ours, but most of the time in our modern world it ends up being a weakness.”

Oh man, this has got to be in the top 5 of our greatest inner conflicts. What society perceives as strength is really just fear and insecurity in disguise.

And yes I did first hear the term Emotional Intelligence from the buzz word factory, i.e., self-help industry. Never understood what it meant (even though I told myself I did) until coming to this site. :)

Pat June 24, 2010 at 6:45 am

The more we try to not to feel and express our emotions the worse it gets. When we stuff that painful experience, choke back tears, hide our pride and turn our back on an emotional reaction the greater the explosiion will be. It can look like an inappropriate reaction to a simply problem. Tears will flow at the drop of a hat. Ego gets blown into a self importance. Frequently when I’m doing massage or crystal healing on someone these emotions that have been hidden, not dealt with or stuffed come bubbling up. What a relief they experience to be able to let those things go. What is needed then going forward is for the person to understand their emotions as signals and deal with them accordingly. Your blogs are wonderful and I share them frequently with friends, clients and students. Thank you!

Cory Chu-Keenan June 24, 2010 at 8:58 am

Pat, thank you for your beautiful thoughts.

Ego getting blown into self-importance is exactly why we:

“stuff that painful experience, choke back tears, hide our pride and turn our back on an emotional reaction”

If we can acknowledge the signals as they are signaling, then problems can be confronted immediately and less painfully without all the building up, carrying the burden, and then exploding (or collapsing).

It’s hard to describe the emotional process through words alone, because it comes across very abstract. I’m happy to hear that you’re putting these lessons into practice.

Thank you for reading!

Melissa Karnaze June 24, 2010 at 9:51 pm

“Mindful Construct is about incorporating the intelligence of the human body and its signals with technology. Blogging is the best platform so far.”

Cool Cory, hadn’t thought of it like that before. I just know that blogging’s fun. :P

Pat, it’s amazing how much we can stuff our emotions. It’s so much simpler and much less messy just to tune into them. But for those times when the explosions do happen, it really helps to have a friend, facilitator, or someone else you trust to accept the process and support you along. Just having one person there for support really makes a difference.

Abubakar Jamil June 29, 2010 at 11:54 am

Very good content. I’m glad to have found your blog Melissa.

Melissa Karnaze June 29, 2010 at 12:03 pm

Hi Abubakar, this really is a gem from Cory, I’m so glad he had it published here!

Abubakar Jamil June 29, 2010 at 12:08 pm

Yah it indeed is. But I checked your blog around and found valuable content which is admirable keeping in mind how most content is just fluff especially in this niche you are writing.

Keep it up. Always a pleasure to know a fellow blogger who’s got something worthwhile to say and also knows how to say it.

Melissa Karnaze June 29, 2010 at 12:11 pm

Thanks Abubakar, fluff is exactly how I see most of the personal development/ self-help stuff out there these days. It’s challenging but rewarding to be on the fringe of the niche. :)

Abubakar Jamil June 29, 2010 at 12:15 pm

“It’s challenging but rewarding to be on the fringe of the niche.”

Yes it is. But if you keep at it, the way you are going, I’m sure you’ll go places. Consistency is the Key. :)

I’ll sure gonna introduce my readership to you blog.

Miranda Cruz June 30, 2010 at 5:43 am

I am doing a thesis about emotional intelligence for my masteral. And I found your blog Melissa. As I was browsing through your blog, stumbled upon really contents that I could really use for my thesis.

So thank you.

Cory Chu-Keenan June 30, 2010 at 1:51 pm

Abubakar –

I’m glad you’ve been introduced to Mindful Construct. I’ve already told Melissa that she’s never allowed to stop doing this blog :)

Melissa –

It’s really hard to figure out what’s fluff and what’s not in personal development until you actually find solid and sound content to measure it against. Good content, the rarity that it is, will always be considered the fringe.

Welcome to the rest of your life :D

Abubakar Jamil June 30, 2010 at 3:28 pm

You did the right thing Cory.

Incidentally I just published a post on my blog about this fluff thing in self-help

Coincidence!? :)

Melissa Karnaze July 1, 2010 at 4:38 pm

Miranda, that’s great to hear, all the best on your thesis!

Cory, I found that it got really easy to recognize the fluff after experiencing fluff advice crumble in the face of real-life experience. When I assess advice, I look for how it could really support someone through really rough times. The more you listen to your own life experience, the easier it is to hear what others are really saying.

Miranda Cruz July 5, 2010 at 8:55 pm

“The more you listen to your own life experience, the easier it is to hear what others are really saying.”

They say experience is the best teacher. I guess it is.

Melissa Karnaze July 6, 2010 at 2:05 pm

It’s usually pretty easy to ignore any teacher. But experience can be harder to ignore, especially when it’s painful. :)

Cory Chu-Keenan July 7, 2010 at 10:00 am


I believe in the core message of Mindful Construct because it has helped through a major crisis in my own life, not just because Melissa is an excellent writer. Find a philosophy that rings true to you, and then try to live it. Experience will tell you if you’re right or wrong.

Ron Davison July 21, 2010 at 9:16 am

three books on emotional intelligence:
emotional intelligence
working with emotional intelligence
simple truths, vital lies (I may not have this title exact)
author xxxx Green (not sure?)

These books are very good, I bought one and then the other two because of how good the authors writing and life lessons used as examples are.

“The Intelligence of Emotions” is a much better moniker for this field of thought and work.

great stuff here…stumbled over from the geek link

Melissa Karnaze July 21, 2010 at 8:58 pm

Hi Ron, great to hear you found us from Productive Geek!

Many books on emotional intelligence have been popping up. And slower to build but steady are books exploring the intelligence of emotions. From geek to geek, Marvin Minsky’s The Emotion Machine offers great perspective. I’ve only read the first few chapters but even so it’s made such an impression!

Cory Chu-Keenan July 22, 2010 at 9:04 am

Hey Ron,

Thanks for the book recommendations. I’m happy to hear that a body of knowledge is being built around this often confusing subject.

And yes, “The Intelligence of Emotions” is of Melissa’s coining, I believe. I’m not sure if she got it from somewhere else or not, but it’s a much more impacting moniker, as you say. “Emotional Intelligence” sounds like a method of controlling emotions to me. And that’s the opposite of what we’re going for!

Thanks for reading, Ron

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