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Levels of Human expereince

When we are committed to the process of growing in life, we commit to growing in the four different areas...

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When we are committed to the process of growing in life, we commit to growing in the four different areas of: spirit, identity, self-awareness and self-regulation.

 

Looking at things from different angles helps us uncover different aspects that we might be playing in our lives. In order to dissect and breakdown what might be issues will be reached by breaking them down into 5 different sections. This will help you to reflect and consider things from 5 different perspectives.

 

Spiritual

 

Most of the things we internalise about our identity tend to lie in the spiritual core of ourselves. When others pass negative comments, we adopt them into our spiritual self which then goes to impact out confidence, self-worth and self-esteem.

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Volitional

 

This is the choices we make based on our emotional and spiritual wellbeing. Our decisions within this section are responses to who we think we are, meaning if we believe we are limited then our decisions will become limited.

 

Rational

 

This corresponds to the choices we make as this symbolises the thoughts we have. The quality of the thoughts we have governs our emotional state and emotional reactions. Rational is what constitutes the nuance with emotional responses to similar circumstances. People can be going through the same emotional issues e.g. loosing their job, for even the same circumstances as someone else but have completely different volitional responses to their situation because of their rationale.

 

Emotional

 

The odd client won’t be able to understand or identify what emotions they are feeling; emotional states are what clients are (usually) most conscious of and they’re usually the reason why we see clients in the first place. Many people think we cannot afford to label ourselves to have emotions as conditions as they are thought bases rather than fact-based, unlike physical conditions meaning they are within our own control. People see negative emotions has impossible to shift however they have the potential to be as temporary as happiness and gratification in our lives.

 

Physical

 

Many physical conditions can trigger emotional conditions. People who go through serious life changing health issues usually become emotionally devastated by the impact of their physical health and how it has affected their life. Their physical condition might stop them from doing things they used to be able to do and enjoy their lives so people tend to become sad, anxious, stressed, angry and frustrated.

 

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