The discovery of the producing goodness.(shown below right) provides us with the building blocks for
In whatever I attempt, I must remain authentic and true to who I am—otherwise the goodness would be a sham. I cannot live life as a cardboard cut-out: I need an intense and vital individuality. Goodness may well preserve humanity and it can better the lives of others, but it must better my psychosocial world as well. Anyone who says otherwise is hypocritical or self-deluded.
Such betterment for myself is provided by the lower threebecause:
However, betterment for others is the main focus in the upper three:
It seems goodness. That is hardly surprising. It must be self-evident that no-one generates goodness by callously riding roughshod over others., the central , is the crucial mediator and reference point for
The relevant Structural Hierarchy ( ) requires all , individuality-driven and anti-egotistical, to operate in every grouping (i.e. level). This should enable a model for the authentic generation of goodness.
However, the goodness, i.e. simple processes found in all societies.are presented as rules, not methods, choices or spheres of living. So it is necessary to understand how they can serve as universal for
To orient myself, I started this inquiry at the obvious motivational source: the good» energies i.e. goodwill.with its capacity for «
Because the Root's Tertiary Hierarchy in a holistic way, the existence of a Structural Tertiary Hierarchy ( ) would be expected.form the
In such a hierarchy, every Level is a Grouping that includes all 7 Levels of the originating hierarchy. So the three upper anti-egotistic vehicles will show up in every Level/Grouping, and the three lower individuality-oriented vehicles will also show up in each Level/Grouping.
With both Level/Grouping, this structure should provide us with the desired framework for a production of goodness that is authentic.and intrinsic to every single
Structural Hierarchies are developed by grouping adjacent Levels of THEE’s 7-Level holistic hierarchies. «Holistic» means that Levels in the hierarchy broadly imply or include each other. Most THEE hierarchies including those derived from a spiral transformation are holistic, and therefore allow this re-modelling.
The first «Level» in a Structural Hierarchy is a Grouping of 1 Level i.e. Grouping-1 ( ) contains 7 Groups that are Monads i.e. made up of 1 original Level. The next «Level» will contain all Groups of 2 adjacent Levels i.e. contains 6 Dyads…and so on until we reach , the Heptad Grouping where there is just one Group consisting of all 7 original Levels.
As a result, every G-Level contains all the Levels of the originating hierarchy i.e. the original differentiation of an entity into Levels has been replaced by a re-unification applicable at each G-Level.
There are 28 Groups (components) in a Structural Hierarchy. However, definition of this THEE form is far more complex.
The Levels within any Group ('internal Levels') are labelled with a lower case 'g', e.g. g4 refers to the 4thLevel in each of the Tetrads, Pentads, Hexads and the Heptad. (It does not exist in the Monads, Dyads and Triads because these have less than 4 internal Levels.)
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Originally posted: 29-Mar-2013