2018 May

ValuD @F-L-O-W

I’ve got work to do here and their is some raw language in here (sorry), but there are big possibilities here for ValuDYNAMICS.

Since this writing which is nearing 10 years of age, I’ve added “CONTRIBUTE” as the point of coalescence, or core attractor at GT-YELLOW…being agentic in nature, aligning express self notions with an understanding of other core attractors (6), with 4 “…ing” systems and two “…is” systems (AN-BEIGE, BO-PURPLE)* which emerge from no degrees of freedom(DoF) in survival, or tribal to express self or sacrifice self options(?) present at any degree of differentiation: because once their is DoF, the “…ing” systems cause exit from the “…is” attractors, as noted by Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Model; and DISTRIBUTE being an early idea about HU-TURQUOISE as an inflection point emergent from the sacrifice self notion arising to guide and balance CONTRIBUTE at GT-YELLOW.

[It is a possibility that 2, 4, 2 (4) reflects the pattern of emergent psychology because after HU, a significant leap in intelligence will foster the earlier “…ing” values to run at a different “density and frequency” (spectrum) not possible without augmentation—a testament to the core attractors…which opens the doors to all matters of explanation.” This “may” help explain how religions formed and may reform?”]

*Graves indicated significant differences in intelligence between the “…is” and “…ing” Attractor Basins (AB)—paraphrased with his “fact” and my language—separating the 8 emergent systems into 3 intelligence-bounded tiers by “default” as 2, 4, 2 “…ute” as the pattern of the 8 “stages” of psychology In mature adult personality.**

**While Graves never declared his model met requirements of “stage theory” the presumption of followers is clearly that his “Emergent Cyclical BioPsychSocial Model…” a “stage” theory even though it fails to meet Kholberg’s definition of STAGE.

Degrees of freedom (DoF), Density (D) and Frequency (F); AS they relate to Life Conditions (LC), Intelligence, (G), Knowledge, (K), Skills (S), Experience (E), Motives (M), and Values (V), produce Behavior (B) as interpreted by Observers (O);

Written in Jet Lagish;)




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