Your chosen THEE in the diagram.
The name 7 Types to be found within the Root Typology that is nested in the 6th Level of the Root Hierarchy. However, they could also be called: .has been provisionally proposed for the
Level in the Root Hierarchy.have been identified and ordered hierarchically in accord with their affinity/emphasis/dependence on a
Nevertheless, it is time to review and consolidate because, although thesebegin rather simply, they get stranger and more generally useful as we learn more about them.
Still unsure what
being fully certain about what they are not:►
THEE-Types and take 7 very different forms that should be easy to recognize. They probably organize our existence insofar as it is personal and about endeavour. The existential quality means are part of our common humanity. Even though manifestations will be socially and culturally shaped, as a means to happiness/meaning, they exist beyond society, time and culture.are
The location of THEE Root Typology nested within —means that they are a special sort of . You can accept or reject most purposes, albeit with effort in the case of where your identification and loyalty are strong. But can you treat your in that way?—in the
This question comes up in every THEE Typology. The answer is not known. I am particularly uncertain how much choice we actually have in regard to these .
Perhaps it is a matter of authenticity. Each of us either goes with the flow and follows our path, or we choose to resist it. Social compulsion does not seem to play a role, but social support almost certainly does. If we do not go with the authentic flow for any reason, I sense that we will probably feel deeply dissatisfied somewhere inside: even unhappy. To avoid the pain of self-betrayal, we might then diffusely blame others, or the times, for our existential state.
This is a tentative view: because there is evidence and reason to think that choice plays a role in some cases, at least unconsciously.
diffuse awareness context for other endeavours that are socially demanded &/or maintain personal identity.are endeavours that primarily, or at least initially, seem to exist as a
Discerning theof another may be rather easy—or difficult. You need a confiding and reflective relationship so that you can observe choices over time, hear their justifications, and witness their pursuit. The present inquiry (2010-2011) is an initial foray and the following notes on each are offered as tentative propositions.
Probably because of our other personal and social endeavours—to find love, to make a living, to raise children, to rise in status, to build a business, to master golf, to travel extensively &c. These are so much in the foreground. These conventional but genuinely important matters are often linked to happiness. They have a strong appeal based on immediacy, necessity, enjoyment, sense of achievement, peer approval, social recognition and natural feel. So the may recede from our consciousness—even while it subtly shapes or subliminally protests our mainstream endeavours.
Unless you are trapped by sheer survival in dire circumstances, your naturalwill definitely manifest over time. The is not too hard to recognize. But the rest, even the longing for a purpose, may be more tricky. When something has not been named, it can be difficult to recognize, much less discuss. For many people, awareness develops through looking back over choices in a life trajectory and noticing a theme.
Knowing your THEE Framework, or to someone with the wisdom to help you see yourself, may be useful.may help you become more comfortable with yourself and the way others treat you. So access to this
Gratification depends on, and has to be obtained around and despite, intrinsically stressful or dutiful endeavours that consume most of the time available to a person: e.g. working for a living, looking after a family, getting more education, managing investments, developing friendships, contributing to your membership association or local community.
Mechanical and routine work does not usually provide pleasure, and more complex work or managerial work is commonly too stressful to serve this. So time off work and holiday breaks are sought and prized.
Thisresults in people who are committed to what they do. They talk about their values and social ideals and enjoy understanding others and relating to new people. Holidays may be used as an opportunity to delve into special aspects of the ideal: perhaps in another country, or via some research or writing, or in relation to a membership association.
Theinquiry scope tends to ramify widely: in contrast to work of any sort, which is naturally specialized and requires a focus on efficiently producing targeted results. The is consistent with a drive for success but inhibits the drive for status, insofar as that requires too many small hypocrisies and compromises with integrity. It may manifest as a readiness to reflect and to learn in the absence of financial or social gain. Or there may be private inquiries and writings about the nature of work, life or surrounding society.
The essence of charity and compassion is that they reside in the will—not the emotions. Salvation is not primarily about loving God: it is about caring for our fellow-man. This may lead to work in aid or welfare organizations, typically supported by charitable donations or by the government, or by a religious institution. Not everyone who works in such bodies should be assumed to have thise.g. many might be pursuing .
The potential to creativelyis present in most occupations. However, this creativity may be inhibited by the work-place culture or other pressures. For some highly talented and powerfully driven persons, may become all-consuming and highly visible from childhood or early adulthood. For others, burdens of everyday life and absence of support inhibit creative expression. Sometimes the freedom, time and resources available in the third stage of life release a hitherto pent-up .
… once again, participation in such institutions does not prove or require an Types of could also be accommodated. As a result, many participants are less diligent and observant than one might reasonably expect.. Several other
Once recognized,may become part of everyday life. Or, quite the opposite: a person may abandon conventional activities and seek opportunities which are personally congenial to engaging with the divine. Some Asian cultures still provide supportive social roles e.g. as a wandering monk: fed, clothed and housed by others.
Determination of your own
Originally Posted: 15-Jun-2012