Subsystems of the Non-Physical Self
Components Of The Non-physical Self
A Framework For Observing How We Create What We Do
When Forming The Self To Relate To People, Places, Things (Including Money)
The components of the non-physical self are the invisible character attributes we are born with that we use to create our lives. We have the capacity to use the Non-Physical Self to:
- focus attention
- connect to our creative source within to determine how to engage personal presence, power, and energy
- activate the components of the Character Operating System, the Energy Distribution System, and the Energy Activation System
- form how we identify, define, and fill our individual and collective life needs.
The way we form the Non-Physical Self to create the way we fill our needs determines the quality of life outcomes we get.
Focus of Attention
Focus attention within and without
Connect to creative source within/Join with others
Ask/Listen/Determine what to do
Activate what we do in a balanced way
Character Operating System
The Character Operating System Contains The Character Traits We Activate To Form What We Do
Confidence (strength) – ranges from fear to courage
Belief – ranges from “don’t know (doubt) what I need” to “know and identify what I need”
Desire – ranges from “unaware of what I need” to “aware of and define what I need”
Will – ranges from “self-centered (ism)/you-centered” to “WE”-centered”
Thought – ranges from “confused” to “clear and still”
Feeling – ranges from “disturbed” to “calm and still”
Order – ranges from “automate what we do” to “form what we do with conscious awareness and intention”
Power – ranges from “assume/transfer outside conscious awareness” to “own with conscious awareness”
Respect – ranges from “separated” to “connected (joined with agreement)”
Decision – ranges from “closed” to “open”
Action – ranges from don’t act/underact/overact to do what needs to be done
Review – ranges from “stuck” to “assess and determine whether to stop, continue or correct action”
Energy Distribution System
Identify and define the need in a situation;
Form and activate presence, power, and energy from the beginning to the end of a transaction to meet the need
Components of A Transaction
Urge is sensed > Need identified > Solution chosen > Action taken/not taken > Consequence results > Outcome experienced
*Episodic need – Stop energy flow at time a need is fulfilled
*Continuous need – Maintain energy flow to fill need on a daily or regular basis (money, food, shelter, clothing, transportation)
Energy Activation System
Use Energy Activation System to place personal presence, power, and energy in a transaction to do one’s part to fill need
Components of Energy Activation System
Agency (own right) + Autonomy (exercise right) + Authority (own final say) + Decision (choose) + Responsibility (take action) + Accountability (stop, continue or correct)
Where am I present or absent in a transaction? – Where are others present or absent in a transaction?
Intensity of expression – “dominance/submission” or “equal”
Connect In and Out With Balance
Intrapersonal: Own and do my part from the beginning to the end of a transaction or delegate with conscious awareness and agreement
Interpersonal: Allow others to do their part
Manage Conflict: Discover personal need and how it fits with collective need.
What is my part? What is your Part?
I do my part. You do your part.
Assess: Stop, continue, correct.
Purpose in Life: Fill each need in a way that results in best outcome for all or most concerned
For another way to frame the components of the non-physical self, click on this link.