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Exploring The Value Of Worldview

WorldView is a set of distinctions that allows us to understand and appreciate where an individual is in their development process. Each of the seven stages reflects a type of lesson or focus that commands our attention. The only hierarchical Compatibility Factor is WorldView. The challenge of assimilating one’s WorldView is that we must be most careful not to judge others, but accept them where they are. When we can appreciate and accept our own WorldView it enables us to see and be present with others in ways that are more comfortable.

Since this factor reflects our consciousness we develop it by actively engaging our lessons. These lessons are based upon our perception of Intent, Content and Context. Of these Context is the more important because is supports appropriate responsiveness. Content provides a way of identifying options and possibilities fist by naming them and second by learning how best to respond. Intent is the grounding energy to we need to make things happen. Together we grow in our sophistication and awareness so that difficult problems become easy.

It is important to remember that until we have completed a stage we have not mastered that level. We will know individuals have a lower WorldView because they cannot match, understand or engage the lessons we are working on. We will know the opposite is true when we cannot engage the lessons of others. As long as we are in a stage, the issues of your life, especially the most frustrating aspects, will keep focusing on your incomplete lessons. Individuals who have not reached mid-level Relationship will not be able easily reflect and learn the solutions we highlight in this work. The benefit of becoming more conscious about WorldView is that individuals can accelerate their development by using these guidelines.

Having friends on both sides of the WorldView spectrum best supports growth and evolution. We must also be careful not to mislead ourselves in our assessment of where we are because due to our fears we may not be as conscious as we think we are. The higher WorldView we have, the more forgiving and flexible we are in meeting others where they are. We are also able to see differences in others without judgment and we are not attached to their challenges.

We also grow best by choosing partners, business associates and friends with the same WorldView. Completion of each stage indicates the degree of self-mastery in a particular area. The more stages we complete the greater flexibility we possess. Our ability to accept ourselves grows as we master each stage, increasing our capacity to deal with ambiguity, paradox and complexity. On the other hand, when you use these consciousness skills with individuals not in higher World View you confuse and make it difficult for them to respond.

There are seven WorldViews and seven levels within each. Each WorldView stage has a different focus and orientation to others and their lessons. These steps are successive and indicate an increasing ability to deal with challenges. As individuals master each of those lessons, they realize progressively their creative power and manifest increasing abilities to define their reality. We encourage you to deal with one issue at a time to focus your Lessons. You can be in two or more steps successively which indicates you are trying to deal with multiple issues. We have many individuals in this group who are fragmented between the fourth (Relationship) and fifth (Inner Success) levels. The following discussion guides or creates a framework to ground ourselves in understanding about the differences in WorldViews.


In the Diagram, WorldView Development Process, illustrates the complexity of WorldView Development in terms of stages, as well as the influence of Instinctive, Intellectual and Intuitive perspectives. During the stages of Survival and Safety and Security, we are undeveloped and learn through friction. In our ignorance, we believe in the outer reality of things, and deny our inner knowing. Our creative self-denial generates fear, which directs us to identify with things around us. During this stage, we operate under the Law of Economy, which drives us to do things to produce the most effect for us. This whole process helps us develop a group outlook, and learn to unify in an outward way with others. Developing relationships with everything around us assists us in accomplishing this. Outer Success is the transitional level, where we start to realize that our outer reality does not reflect anything within us because we have yet to develop our inner perceptions.

Relationship and Inner Success help us develop better connections within ourselves. We learn, through deepening our understanding of motivation and connection to others, what works. We become interested in working with people who are creatively aligned with us. We are under the influence of the Law of Attraction. We need to learn to deal with the glamour of knowledge. By connecting to our own inner truth, we develop self-understanding and, eventually, Wisdom. We become magnetic as we learn to fully love ourselves for who we are as contributing creative beings. As we evolve, we come to understand our humanity and begin to embrace the similarities we all have.

In Personality Integration and World Service, we heal our internal being, so we can be more focused on our external creation. Balancing our inner and outer realities allows us to conquer the illusion and glamour around us. We prepare ourselves to operate from the power of Electric Fire by developing the tools of insulation. The more we are grounded in our way of being, the more we can use Electric Fire as our primary means of expressing ourselves without burning out, allowing us to be more directly powerful. We are operating here under the Law of Synthesis. As we complete our healing, we prepare ourselves to make a contribution that is not based on our past, but redefines our future. We call this stepping into World Service.

Finally, WorldViews also support the balancing of our inner masculine and feminine expression. Our masculine side pursues task and time management practices to produce order and tool-building mastery. Our feminine side invites new possibilities to show up, using relationship skills and chaos to enhance mystery. The more we embody the masculine and feminine simultaneously, the less Defensive we are. Survival, Outer Success and Inner Success are masculine embodiment frameworks that typically reflect our relationship to our fathers. Safety and Security, Relationship and Personality Integration are feminine embodiment frameworks that typically reflect our relationship to our mothers. World Service requires that we balance our masculine and feminine expression. Most individuals begin to integrate masculine and feminine expressions during Inner Success and Personality Integration levels by learning how to engage these modalities simultaneously.

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