Emotional Health

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Emotional Health

Abstract processes cause us to experience instincts such as fear or curiosity, a desire for novel experiences. Concrete instincts cause us to experience instincts such as anger or satisfaction, a desire to maintain, to restore, and to repeat old patterns. Organic emotions cause us to seek out pleasant or positive experiences and to deal with unpleasant or negative experiences. Mechanic emotions cause us to seek tasks, jobs, and power, as well as to deal with anxiety and a lack of confidence. An inability to listen to or trust your instincts or emotions, will cause your health to drop. Negative experiences or bad performance will decrease your emotional health. When your worldview health drops, you may experience less authentic emotions or more negative behavior. When we can learn to express our worldviews in a positive way we can improve our success and our emotional well-being.

Health & The Empathic Worldview

Health triggers: Bravery, curiosity, making a positive impact, having pleasant experiences, trying out new things, making changes in your life, 

Healthy patterns: Have a cause or a mission. Want to have a positive impact on the world. Find meaning in the things that happen around them. Humorous, excited, in a state of fantasy, view life as an adventure. Things appear positively absurd. Nothing is taken for granted, anything is open for change. You feel like you understand the people around you. Enjoy the thought of helping or guiding other people to have a more positive view of life. 

Unhealthy triggers: Often caused by fear and/or shame/disgust. Fear inhibits your eagerness to pursue adventure and unfamiliar experiences. Shame and disgust negatively impacts your ability to connect with and relate to others. 

Unhealthy patterns:
Lack a cause, feel uncertain, struggle to understand others, experience a sense of apathy or nihilism. Feel nothing truly matters. Become angry over life’s absurdity. Feel a desire to twist or manipulate how they appear to others. Struggle to speak truthfully about your feelings and values. Feel a desire to hurt or manipulate others. Believe everyone is a liar, that people are evil, question or doubt people who try to help them.

Empath health advice:  Explore art, take up painting, listen to music, learn to play an instrument. Take up acting, read books, and watch movies. Let yourself have fun. Travel, explore places you haven’t seen before. Meet new people. Change up routines. Try new food. Engage in deep conversations. Listen between the lines. Explore spiritual topics, life and death, philosophy. Find out what is important to others. Find what matters to you.

Health & The intellectual worldview

Health triggers: Curiosity, bravery, a desire to explore the unknown. Confidence, satisfaction, a feeling of power and competence.

Healthy: Feel stimulated, satisfied, at peace with life. Feel capable, witty, and like they can solve any problem that comes up. See patterns in everything. Become excited by problems, as they know they can fix them. Begin to start up and develop projects. Filled with confidence and lust to tackle new projects. Helps others improve, wants others to succeed. Confident in spite of other’s finding out about their personal flaws and shortcomings.

Unhealthy triggers: Fear, boredom, predictable environments, routine. Powerlessness, inability, weakness.

Unhealthy: Understimulated, bored with life. Lacking in projects, feeling like nothing is worth their time. Unconfident, feeling like they are unable to deal with challenges. Jealous, feeling everyone is better than they are. Doesn’t want others to succeed, as a result of worrying that others will become better than them. Hides personal flaws and mistakes, lying or faking success. Avoids taking care of problems, fearing they will fail. Actively tries to make others look bad, highlighting and laughing at other’s failures.

Intellectual health advice: Take up new projects. Challenge yourself. Set scores, and compete against yourself. Don’t be too hard on yourself. Make changes and improvements. Find and fix problems. Play board games, learn to do things you couldn’t before. Make strategies to get the things you want. Help others get the things they want. Help others build up confidence. Use coaching to reach success.

Health & The social worldview

Health triggers: Stability, continuity, traditions, and recognition. Love and connection, beauty and pleasant experiences.

Healthy: Feel like they have a place in the world, feel like they are a part of their community. Desire to be good. Involves themselves in the lives of others. Helps others find a place in the group. Makes others feel wanted and appreciated. Have a high self-esteem, feeling genuinely good about themselves, as they are. Feel the world is beautiful, awed by the nature and the symmetry.

Unhealthy triggers: Anger, chaos, disregard for traditions and lack of respect. Disgust, shame, and unpleasant experiences.

Unhealthy: Feels betrayed by others. Feel like they don’t have a part in the group. Struggle to feel accepted. Worry others dislike or hate them, scared of expressing themselves. Feel that people are ugly, wrong, or bad in some way. Struggle to relate to others, feeling like others could never understand them. Struggle to tolerate people who are different from them. Feel people who break their trust don’t deserve a second chance.

Social health advice: Make the people around you feel welcome. Invite people in. Note down things around you that you think is beautiful. Make people feel good about themselves. Write down things you like about yourself. Focus more on being yourself than being good at something. Create healthy environments. Show people you notice them.

Health & The Practical Worldview

Health triggers: Stability, continuity, traditions, and recognition. Power, confidence, and a feeling of competence and respect.

Healthy: Feel competent, able, and strong. Feel respected. Trust others to have their back. Have a strong sense of worth, feeling like they are worthy and deserve the life they have. Gladly share their power and possessions with others. Feel safe, in control, and certain that they are doing the right thing. Have duties to uphold, and daily tasks that they need to do. Live life with a sense of rhythm, finding safety in routines and patterns. Feel safe and secure.

Unhealthy triggers: Anger, chaos, disregard for traditions and lack of respect. Powerlessness, inability, weakness.

Unhealthy: Feel incompetent, unable, and weak. Feel disrespected. Think others don’t have their back. Feel like they deserve better for what they do, while at the same time feeling unworthy of the things they have. Refuse to share their power with others, scared others will use that power against them somehow. Feel like they have no control over anything, in turmoil, unsure who to trust or what to do. Feel everyone else is incompetent, become angry at others, sometimes resorting to violence to get their way through. Feel unsafe and threathened by others. Lack a job, have no tasks to do.

Practical health advice: Respect yourself and who you are. Create safe spaces, spaces with rhythm and order. Don’t take on more than you can handle. Share your power and possessions with others. Respect the people around you. List the things you have to do, and reward yourself when you complete a task. Ask for clarifications when you don’t understand something. Do your homework. Learn from your mistakes. Get daily physical exercise and search for jobs that need to be done.