Our Emotional Energies Determine Our Direction. Learn to Use All Four.

The four types of emotional energy that we each have are creative, logic, relationship and grounding.

To gather energy, we use either grounding or creative energy.

In order to process energy, we use either logic or relationship energy.

The energies are:

1) Relationship energy—working with and being sensitive to others.

2) Logic energy—setting goals, planning action needed and analyzing resources available.

3) Creative energy—looking at new solutions for problems and possible redirecting to implement change.

4) Grounding energy—getting the job completed on schedule.

To develop energy in each area, we may try the following:

1) Creative energy—we may need to play at solving problems. Turn the solution into a game.

2) Logic energy—we may choose to do some projects that call for measurement, for example, measuring all your rooms to estimate the total floor space available in your room.

3) Relationship energy—we need to practice expressing feelings in intimate situations.

4) Grounding energy—we need to explore our physical world during walks, etc., by noticing colors, smells, sounds, etc., of our world.

In the Changemaker Test found on Learning Your Labels , you will select two emotional energies that you use the most. The other two energies will be indicators to you of what you need to strengthen. These energies are relationship, logic, creative and grounding energies.

Overall concept of the four energies (more explanation here):

Relationship Grounding Logic Creative
Description Hears others Practical Goals Possibilities
Stressors Criticism Lack of action Lack of focus Negativity
Too much Over-commitment Short-sighted Doesn’t listen Impractical
Opposite Logic Creative Relationship Grounding

We each have four basic strategies for using our energy. We use all four of them once in awhile, but there are TWO dominant energies that we use to solve problems. Choose the TWO energies that you use most frequently.

14.  Analyze—organize—has plan of action—sets goals

15.  Evaluates decisions by the reactions of others

16.  Believes in solutions—helps others to reach

decisions

17.  Flexible in decision-making—playful with

solutions–imaginative

Above excerpt is from the Changemaker Test.

Find your two dominant energies and your 2 weakest energies. Work on raising the weaker ones.

Kathy Berman (10/3/2019):

Dominant energies; Logic and Creative

I work on these: Relationship and Grounding

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