Replay of “Assassinate Your Inner Critic: How To Silence The Negative Self Talk That’s (Mis)guiding 80% of Your Life!”

    I hope you enjoy our free replay of my interview with Chris Cade – personal transformation teacher and founder of the “Liberate Your Life” subconscious reprogramming system!  Click the PLAY button below to listen:

    Or right click here to download the audio file

    You’ll find out why Chris was very adamant the call should NOT have been titled “assassinate your inner critic” 🙂  On our call, powerful secrets of inner and outer transformation were revealed, so check it out.  And when the training is done, click here to learn more about Chris’ “Liberate Your Life” program.

    I would love to hear from you in the Comments section below this post (and please SHARE it).  Maybe you have some insights to share to help all of us manage our inner critics better! Don’t be shy 😉

    Enjoy!

    – Matt

      33 Responses to “Replay of “Assassinate Your Inner Critic: How To Silence The Negative Self Talk That’s (Mis)guiding 80% of Your Life!””

      1. Deborah says:

        I was usable to listen to the replay , when I clicked play there was nothing on it . The counter was 00:00 .

      2. Shaun says:

        Hi I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed this, I do meditate 2 times a day and have done so for some 14 years, but I still have a long way to go and I loved the idea of saying is this the truth. I am 70 this year and when I was small I went to a school between the ages of 5 and 8 where the ruler on the back of the hand was used as a teaching method. I became so withdrawn in class even after I left the school that at 11 I was sent to an educational psychologist who IQ tested me with an IQ of 130. So although I knew I was pretty smart, I gave off the vibrations or whatever of being stupid. I have finally overcome this with mediation and as soon as I believe in myself others do also and treat me differently. Let me just say Chris you are definitely not ugly you have a wonderful warm face that has great charm. Some girl will be very lucky, but from now on every time that voice comes up I will ask myself “Is that true?” thanks Shaun

      3. Shaun – glad you enjoyed the interview!

        Deborah – it should be working fine. Please try a different browser to the one you were using such as Internet Explorer, Firefox or Chrome.

      4. I received a really good question. It can be summarized like this:

        “We all want the world to be more peaceful and loving. Shouldn’t we therefore avoid using words like ‘assassinate’ and ‘kill’?”

        My reply: I agree with you that we want the world to be more peaceful and living.

        From my perspective, as someone who trained extensively in NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming), I now feel that modifying our language does not ultimately create the shifts we’re looking for – because it’s totally “surface level”. Extensive effort to talk only in positive language is a denial of the “darker side” of human experience, and what we resist and deny persists.

        For me, the only way to open to more peace and love (which is beyond the artificial polarities of the mind) is not to be selective in our language, but rather to shine the light of awareness on the apparent “darker side” – which is only what our minds have artificially labelled as “bad”.

        That’s when we open more to the peace and love which is totally beyond all words, thoughts, beliefs etc.

        – Matt

      5. Changing Leaf says:

        It’s better to drop the beautiful candy wrapper language, and address the poison inside.

        I was a veteran yoga teacher, practioner, a total flower power peace love and happiness junkie. My husband got ill and then died of cancer very suddenly and my world crashed. If that wasn’t bad enough, the remaining family and close associates in his company are keeping me from his wishlist and entitlement as a widow, despite sincere promises at the deathbed that I would be taken care of. Flower power became a trap, like sheep to slaughter. I have left my refuge to learn the lesson of fighting for my life and my rights. In critical times, flower power is just crushed and stepped over without a thought. Peace love happiness language will not win this battle of greed and negligence. What an awful lesson!

      6. S says:

        I also was unable to listen to the replay with the same result: When I clicked play there was nothing on it. The counter was 00:00!!!!!!

      7. Hey there S,

        I’ve updated the player and even added a download link for you. Please refresh the page let me know.

        Changing Leaf. Even though those were extremely difficult times you went through, looking back now, do you now feel that good has come from it?

        You also make an important point about true love, which for me is not afraid to be forceful and strong when that is what is for the good of all. I was reminded of 1 Corinthians 13, versus 4-7 as I’m typing:

        Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. 5 It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. 6 Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. 7 It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.

        Maybe that’s another guise of the inner critic telling us we should not stand up and fight against abuse and injustice?

        Best,
        Matt

      8. This is such a beautiful passage from the good book I was inspired to post it in it’s entirety:

        13 If I speak in the tongues[a] of men or of angels, but do not have love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal. 2 If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have a faith that can move mountains, but do not have love, I am nothing. 3 If I give all I possess to the poor and give over my body to hardship that I may boast,[b] but do not have love, I gain nothing.

        4 Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. 5 It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. 6 Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. 7 It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.

        8 Love never fails. But where there are prophecies, they will cease; where there are tongues, they will be stilled; where there is knowledge, it will pass away. 9 For we know in part and we prophesy in part, 10 but when completeness comes, what is in part disappears. 11 When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I put the ways of childhood behind me. 12 For now we see only a reflection as in a mirror; then we shall see face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I am fully known.

        13 And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.

      9. Martin says:

        Listened to it. Learning to open one’s mind creates a great awareness. Thank you so much.

      10. Deborah says:

        Matt ,

        Thank you for addressing the issue of my not being able to listen to the replay . I am delighted to report that I can now listen and gain the wonderful insight that you are sharing . Thanks again !

      11. Elizabeth Kane says:

        Heard it all – no problem. As always enlightening – and Chris Cade is a very down to earth, say it like it is person – love will always live despite how we sometimes try to suppress it!

      12. Ulrike says:

        Hi.
        I listened to the original and can hear the replay quite well I’m using Mozilla

      13. Kandu says:

        It works on Mozilla Firefox 27.0.1

      14. DeNece says:

        I could only listen to this replay after downloading it then playing the download.

      15. eric says:

        I listened i heard it all no problem

      16. Hi Matt,
        Another great interview, Matt. Replay works fine on Firefox.

        I like your emphasis on the experience of peace and love that is beyond words, beyond the polarities of thought–which I find accessible as a “felt sensation throughout the body.”

        Keep up the good work!
        Kevin

      17. Helene says:

        Hi yes heard it all thank you
        Helene

      18. jeritza Lucas says:

        Thank you for this video. I have learned a lot listen to this. It help me learn to love myself more.

      19. Dorothy Wood says:

        Thought this presentation was quite good — I listened for quite a while and then there was an interruption. The presentation then continued for a little while longer and then quit. Noted your feeling that we should not assassinate the “inner critic” and the suggestion that we treat our inner critic as in “The Beautiful Mind”. Really sorry to have missed the rest of your suggestions!

        I have an Apple — hopefully that gives you a cue on what might have happened!

      20. Jody says:

        Yes, I could hear this fine.

      21. Zoila says:

        Hi Matt,

        I can clearly hear your interview with Chris…

        It’s amazing…I need to understand my inner critic…

        Thank you

      22. annette says:

        got it ok

      23. trish says:

        IT stopped playing after 3 minutes. I loved it so far! I will try to download it to see if I can listen to the whole thing, but I am not very good on the computer, I don’t know if I will be successful. I wish someone could help me, because this is of high interest to me.

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      25. Ed Michals says:

        heard ok

      26. Greetings and THANK YOU.

        It’s good to know you’re out there! 🙂

        We do read all the email replies to our newsletters too by the way 🙂

        To Dorothy, Trish and anyone still experiencing problems listening to the interview —

        If the player is not working, then please use the link underneath to download the file. Simply right click on the link below the player and select ‘Save File/Target As” or equivalent.

        It’s another scorching hot afternoon in Bali today, so I’m going to get outside and make the most of it.

        Wishing you a fantastic weekend!

        Matt

      27. Becky says:

        Can hear the interview well. Thank you. There was a lot of good insights.

      28. Jennifer Rodriguez says:

        I was able to listen to the replay with no problem.

      29. Les Drury says:

        Seemed to play ok for me. I appreciate all you do. You have & are helping me immensely since the very start. With the core energy technique you helped relieve stress pain that plagues me in my busy work weeks & I can never thank you enough for your help.

      30. Monica says:

        Dear Matt, thank you for making these bits of wisdom available to us. It is very helpful and helps us to move forward.

      31. Dorothy Wood says:

        The presentation is much better. Others have probably told you by now that there is a short period of repetitions of “Thoughts and beliefs are never gonna be” — “Thoughts and beliefs are never gonna be” — etc. and that the presentation continues.

        I think of the “Inner Critic” as the “Critical Parent” of Transactional Analysis. As you point out, it’s not just the criticism of parents and authority figures, etc.. it’s their feelings as well. For example, my mother was always uncomfortable with people that she considered had more $, education, status, etc. — ‘tho I am well educated, I tend to feel uncomfortable with people who have more $, a larger home, etc. I offset this by pointing out to myself that these friends really don’t care and it’s an insult to them for me to think that they do.

        Good luck with your class!!!

      32. Glad the replay is working now for you!

        Les, Monica & Dorothy – glad the material is helping you and thanks for your support!

        Dorothy – that’s great awareness and good work in seeing that pattern as it arises!

        The repeat of the line “Thoughts and beliefs are never gonna be who you truly are” with sweeping phase was a deliberate sound effect I added – just for fun 🙂

        Matt

      33. Cynthia says:

        Thank you so much for sharing this.
        Totally life altering.
        I am forwarding it to others via your email. I know it is going to be profound for many who listen.
        May you continue joyously on your journey.

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