The Foundational Course

Quizzes

Week 1

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Module 1: Lesson 1 Quiz

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What are false good habits?

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What are feel good habits?

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Which of the following is NOT an example of a false good habit?

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Are all healthy behaviors feel good habits?

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What does envisioning high-frequency states of being do in the long-term?

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Week 2

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Module 2: Lesson 1 Quiz

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In The Red Zone, only reactive action is possible.

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In The Red Zone, a series of biological processes occur that signal the body to ____.

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It is never appropriate to be in The Red Zone.

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The Green Zone is also known as the ____ while The Red Zone is also known as the ____.

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The following are ____ signals of The ___ Zone: relaxed muscles; deep, abdominal breathing; relaxed belly; relaxed jaw.

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The Stress Response is a survival mechanism that is well-adapted to modern times.

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The following are ____ signals of The ___ Zone: racing thoughts; repetitive thoughts; overwhelm, confusion.

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In the Red Zone, the ___ is active.

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Week 3

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Module 2: Lesson 2 Quiz

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Feel Good Habits should be all of the following except:

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Feel Good Habits will serve you most if they are:

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One way to counteract the negativity bias is to take ___ seconds to enjoy the experience and name the sensations.

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The brain is like Velcro for positive experiences and Teflon for negative experiences.

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Due to the negativity bias, we are wired to notice what’s wrong, exaggerate it, and store it into long-term memory.

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For maximum benefit, should you exhale through the mouth or nose?

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Which of the following statements about step 2 of the Change Your Channel process is FALSE?

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When should you be aware of your Feel Good Level / Channel?

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What are the 3 steps of the Change Your Channel process?

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Week 4

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Module 3: Lesson 1 Quiz

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Sam’s Homeostatic Feel Good Level is an 8. However, recently he was laid off from work, which has him extremely worried about finances. Due to the stress, he hasn’t been working out lately, which is making him feel even worse. He fears his girlfriend is going to dump him. 6 months from now, Sam’s Homeostatic Feel Good Level is likely to:

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The homeostatic feel good level is ___ to change.

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It is possible to change your Homeostatic Feel Good Level

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Kylie frequently complains that she feels bad “all the time.” Even when something good happens to her, like getting a raise at work, she finds that those good feelings don’t last for very long. Instead, she goes right back to feeling the same way she was before. What would you advise Kylie to do to improve the way she feels?

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Your system will always attempt to bring you back to The Feel Good Level/Channel you are habituated to.

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Your Homeostatic Feel Good Level typically spans  ___ levels/channels.

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The Homeostatic Feel Good Level is primarily maintained by ___.

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The greatest obstacle to feeling good sustainably is a ___ Homeostatic Feel Good Level.

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Week 5

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Module 3: Lesson 2 Quiz

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At a family potluck, you notice yourself criticizing nearly everything about your mother-in-law. You find fault in her voice, the way she sits, and the things she says to your significant other. You’re watching a:

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Your friend Joe has been feeling very down lately. He says he can’t stand his coworkers and dreads going into work. He is also ashamed of the way his body looks and wishes he was stronger. Joe tells you he’s thinking about quitting his job and joining a gym. Based on what you learned in this week’s lesson, what do you tell Joe?

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In The Green Zone, the two sides of our brain do not communicate with one another and we see others as separate.

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Which brain waves occur in The Stress Response?

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You can only create and magnetize in the quantum field from the channel you are currently tuned into.

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Red Zone Channels are like watching ___ and Green Zone Channels are like watching ___.

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Each channel has its own body sensations, emotions, thoughts, beliefs, and habits.

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Week 6

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Module 3: Lesson 3 Quiz

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Emotions ___ the relationship between beliefs and the reality an individual creates in the quantum field.

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How do beliefs interact with the quantum field?

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Kate believes that if she feels too relaxed at work, her boss will accuse her of slacking off. This is an example of a ___ belief.

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How does installing new, more positive beliefs affect your Homeostatic Feel Good Level?

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Which of the following is a method for changing limiting beliefs discussed in this module?

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Limiting beliefs originate in ___ and are maintained by ___.

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Jay wants to change his belief that hustling and grinding is the only way to get ahead in life. He is currently envisioning and feeling in his body a new belief each morning for two minutes a day, but isn’t seeing results. What do you recommend Jay do?

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Week 7

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Module 4: Lesson 1 Quiz

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It is possible to experience uncomfortable emotions like fear, anger, and sadness in The Green Zone.

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In the Green Zone, you ___ towards your emotions.

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One of the reasons why we avoid feeling uncomfortable emotions is because we are wired to move away from pain.

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Emotions can also be considered “energy in motion.”

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When you constrict towards negative emotions, you also limit your capacity to feel positive emotions such as peace, love, and joy.

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Joe confides in you that he rarely allows himself to feel sadness because he fears that if he feels sadness, he’ll never see the end of it and will become depressed. This is an example of a(n)  ___.

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What might you encourage Joe to do to come into greater harmony with his emotions?

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Week 8

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Module 4: Lesson 2 Quiz

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A key obstacle to processing emotions effectively is not knowing how to do so.

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All of the following are examples of discharging emotions except…

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You ___ emotions by offloading energy onto others and ___ emotions by absorbing energy into yourself.

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All emotions have a unique set of physiological sensations.

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All of the following are effective ways to process emotions except...

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"Tightness in the chest" is an example of an emotion expressed as a sensation.

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Holding beliefs such as "crying is weak" can assist you in moving emotions through your body.

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Miranda is having a difficult time processing her grief. As a result, she often attempts to numb to the anger by drinking late at night. This is an example of ___.

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Week 9

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Module 5: Lesson 1 Quiz

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Calm, slow, present, intuitive eating is an example of a ____.

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Fast, shallow, unconscious breathing occurs in ___ while deep, abdominal, conscious breathing occurs in ___.

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Some habits look healthy on the outside, but they’re actually False Good Habits because they’re sponsored by Red Zone beliefs and intentions like “I’m not worthy” or “I should.”

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Listening to your body’s needs and acting upon what you hear is an example of a ___.

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Neglecting taking care of yourself is an example of a ____.

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Allison outwardly looks fit, but she frequently works out even when her body is sick or tired. She puts pressure on herself to be fit and doesn’t approve of herself when she’s not fit. Are Allison's habits based in the Red Zone or The Green Zone?

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Isaac is known at work as an “extremely hard worker” who can be depended on to always get the job done. He was recently acknowledged as employee of the month. However, Isaac is chronically stressed, returns home work from feeling depleted, and rarely spends quality time with his wife. What would you say to Isaac?

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Week 10

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Module 6: Lesson 1 Quiz

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There are physiological reasons for the fact that you perceive others as enemies in The Red Zone.

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Internal relationship habits involve ___ while external relationship habits involve ____.

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Blaming, threatening, and rejecting are examples of ____.

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All of the following are examples of Feel Good Habits, except:

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One way to transform False Good Habits is to find a Feel Good Habit, or “antidote,” that remedies them.

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Each time you choose to do a Feel Good Habit instead of a False Good habit, you are rewiring your brain so that Feel Good Habits become even easier to do in the future.

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Eric has a Red Zone relationship with his partner, Zach. He holds grudges against Zach and constantly reminds him of what he has done wrong in the past. What is the “antidote” Feel Good Habit” for Eric’s behavior?

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Week 11

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Module 7: Lesson 1 Quiz

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Tithing is an example of a ____.

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Hoarding is an example of a ____.

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All of the following are examples of False Good Habits, except:

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All of the following are examples of Feel Good Habits, except:

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Money isn’t inherently problematic. Whether or not it creates problems depends on the way it is used.

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When thinking about whether a habit is a False Good Habit or a Feel Good Habit, what is more important?

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Week 12

Congratulations—there’s no quiz for this week. Enjoy the week off!