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5 Deep Social Cultural Behaviour 2

Understanding 'Hidden' Behaviours
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Goal:
health of all value systems - Embraces values of all pathways - Understands processes of evolution - Understands authority as contextual - Vision directed - Simple, natural design - Complex integrated problem solving: 3 wins

Healthy Expression
Unhealthy Expression
Aligned

Yellow GT
Impatience with detail and redundancy
- Cold and ruthless - Impatient, abrupt - Withdrawal if loses interest - Analysis paralysis - Arrogant "know it all“ - Overly complex
Nodal not yet reached - started about 60 years ago but close to a tipping point today. ** Ken Wilber & Fredrick Laloux use these colors in the book "Reinventing Organizations" Teal is really the exiting phase of Green FS
Live according to internal principles in search for the most functional way to be.
Informational — self-directed access to knowledge and materials; develops without compulsiveness or fear; eclectic and diverse interests .
SYSTEMIC — Integrated competency-based network where methods adapt to the people and functions at hand, then quickly change as needed.
Freedom to be as one chooses; self-worth and competency; big-picture access to systems and information.
Based on Beck, D.E and Cowan, C.C (1996) Spiral Dynamics: Mastering Values, Leadership and Change. Balckwells.
Operating Style
Learning Style
Management Style
Motivational
Aligned

Yellow GT
Intentional Integral Practice
Understanding Human Social Cultural Behaviour

Coping Mechanisms
Mind Capacity
(Thinking capacity for different Coping Mechanisms)
Definition:
an adaptation to environmental stress that is based on conscious or unconscious choice and that enhances control over behaviour or gives psychological comfort.

Coping Mechanisms are a set of values and behaviours which allow an individual to survive in a given set of life conditions. These are meme complexes (memeplexes) that attract of repel values and behaviours. These in turn give rise to a culture.

Professor Clare w Graves in his research identified 8 different types of coping mechanisms.
Life Conditions
(environment)
Simple Examples
Child
- Needs the safety and Bond of family to provide a safe and secure place to grow.
School
- The need to belong to the right group which is an extension of Bond. Start to use and Express individualism.
Adolescence
- learn rules to allow you to prosper in your given set of life conditions - control of expressing individualism.
Marriage/Partner
- the need to Harmonise and embrace more than 'self'.
Work
- Conform to coping mechanism that allow you to support yourself and those around you. Strategies and Align.
('MCA' a form of Social and Cultural ‘DNA’ developed over the last 120,000 years of human existence)
Meme Complexes are based on Ideas of Fog (1999)

Mind Capacity
(Thinking capacity for different Coping Mechanisms)
Dr John Cook June 2015 – Social & Cultural Behaviours 'MCA'

© John Cook (2015)

Types nMemeplexes:
These personality attributes are influenced by Coping Mechanism (nMemeplexes + vMemeplexes) and Catalyst/Change (cMemeplexes)
Complexity

Complex Human Adaptive System
(Meme Complexes)
nMemeplexes + vMemeplexes + cMemeplexes = Coping Mechanisms.

Alignment with Life conditions
cMemes
Life Conditions
(environment)
+
-
Ten more meme complexes or memeplexes still to evolve ?

Intuitive
– Still Evolving – Cosmos, Planet, Society. ‘WE’

Align
- Knowledge, competency supersedes rank, power, status. ‘I’


Harmonise
- Reach decisions by reconciliation and consensus. ‘WE’

Strategise
- Optimistic, risk-taking, self-reliant, deserve success ‘I’

Manage
- Impulsivity controlled through guilt; each has a proper place. ‘WE’

Express
- Enjoys self to the fullest, now without guilt or remorse. ‘I’

Bond
- Preserve sacred objects, places, events, and memories. ‘WE’

Common
- Food, Water, Warmth, Sex, and Safety have priority. ‘I/we’

Nodal
Harmonise
Green FS
Exiting
to Yellow GT
Entering
Green FS
Nodal
Intuitive
Turquoise
HU
Entering
Exiting
Add capacity to handle complexity by reworking Bond BO
Nodal
Purple
BO
Exiting
Entering
Nodal
Align
Yellow
GT
Add capacity to handle complexity by reworking Common AN
Common
Beige AN
Nodal
Strategise
Orange
ER
Entering
Orange
ER
Exiting to
Green FS
Nodal
Manage
Blue
DQ
Exiting to
Orange ER
Entering
Manage
DQ
Exiting
Manage
Blue DQ
Nodal
Express
Red
CP
Entering
Red CP
Exiting to
Express CP
Nodal
Bond
Purple
BO
Entering
Bond
BO
Exiting to
Bond BO
Nodal
Common
AN
Evolving to
Common AN
Band together in small groups ( Perhaps 12 to 20) rather like a herd.
Act as a unit where the stronger members surround and protect the weaker.
Senses were more developed with perhaps 18 to 20 compared to the 4 or 5 we use to today.

Nodal was around 120,000 years ago

This type of being living between life and death is seldom found today. Today survival uses the more complex coping mechanisms of Bond with overtones of Common (AN).
Examples - New Born babies and Alzheimers.
Common Beige AN
Goal
: The welfare of all people, world centric - Harmonise social systems - Whole spiral networking - Self is conscious, spiritual whole - Gaia view: earth is one ecosystem - Awe and reverence for cosmic order

Healthy Expression
Unhealthy Expression
Intuitive Turquoise HU
Create global rival tribal or religious groups
- Avoid relationships where other dominate - Excessively mystical and disconnected from the real world - Lose sight of global vision - Analysis paralysis - Seduced by status and power on global forums
High communication
, membership, trust - Sensitive, responsive - Include for diversity - Build relationships - Non-sectarian unity, tolerance - Communitarian, egalitarian, inclusive - Team-oriented - Use consensus process
Healthy Expression
Unhealthy Expression
Harmonise Green FS
People are only value
- Feeling is valued over thinking - High need to be liked – Permissiveness - Judgment excluded - Dogmatic green - Anti-hierarchy - Ally w/Red (CP) to weaken Blue (DQ)-Orange (ER) - Endless processing
Empowerment, excel
- Drives novelty and improvement - Pragmatic, use scientific thinking – Meritocracy - Plays by the rules - Flexible, changes as needed to succeed - Love competition - Individual gets credit
Healthy Expression
Unhealthy Expression
Strategise Orange ER
Growth at any cost
- Always play "hard ball” - People are “resources” - Scientism - Violate ethics to win; greedy; egocentric - Manipulate people for own success - Materialistic, short-term thinking - Manage image

Do duty, higher call
- Sacrifice for cause - Joy in purpose, meaning - Establish order, rule of law - Take care of their own - Charity, hospitality, sharing - Integrity, honesty

Healthy Expression
Unhealthy Expression
Manage Blue DQ (
Amber** DQ
)
Rigidly enforce status:
class, caste, rank - Don’t question authority - Polarized thinking - Control, impose their beliefs, censor - Only use holy "book“ - Thought control, inquisitions – Judgmental - Very serious, no levity
Take charge,

take initiative, act
- Demands respect - Does heroic deeds, explores, discovers - Create fun & adventure - Revolts against oppression - Tells it like it is, fearless, courageous

Healthy Expression
Unhealthy Expression
Express Red CP
Hustle, dominate, bully - Violent to slights
- Constantly "prove" they are a "man" or "woman“ - Intimidates, exploits, & manipulates powerless - Paranoid so repress or eliminate rivals - Massacres, rapes, pillages, mutilates - Taunts, trash talk, threats

Increased chance of surviving , safety
- Direct participation - Strong internal socio-emotional bonds - Respect for elders, ancestors - Rites of passage enhance solidarity.
Healthy Expression
Unhealthy Expression
Bond Purple BO
Outsiders not considered “people”
- Vulnerable to external influence - Don’t adapt quickly - Feuds remembered over time - Nepotism, discrimination, prejudice, racism.
These are the conditions that surround you : the conditions and influences that affect personal and community growth, health, progress, etc.

How you survive and prosper in these life conditions depends on:
The Coping Mechanisms that you have activated to allow you to survive and prosper.
The comfort or frustration that you encounter in those life conditions.
Natural Coping Mechanisms
nMemeplexes
(Personality Types)
cMemeplexes
(Catalyst Memeplexes)

Life Conditions
(environment)

tMemeplxes (Technology Memes)

Bi-directional influences
Mind Capacity
(The coping mechanisms we use to survive in our life conditions)

nMemeplexes (Natural Memeplexes)

Meme Clusters (vMemeplexes)
1st Order Change
2nd Order Change
Chaos
Order
Analogue v Digital
Introvert v Extrovert

Dr John Cook June 2015 – Social & Cultural Behaviours 'MCA'

Catalysts of Change - cMemeplexes
Our assessments looks for high levels of sensing something is wrong and high levels of feeling frustrated – these are important clues to overcome barriers to change.
The link between Life Conditions
and Coping Mechanisms
The mind's ability to handle less
or more complex life conditions
Today (Alpha)
This is about how content you are with your Life Conditions now - Today

This can range from not content at all to being so content to the point of complacency.
Sensing (Beta)
This is about sensing that something needs to change but you may know what it is.

Something may have changed in your Life Conditions which you maybe sensing.

This can range from no awareness to a very real sense that something needs to change but what.
Feeling (Gamma)
This is about the level of feeling of frustration with your Life Conditions.

This can range from being relaxed and laid back to extremely high levels of frustration and anger.
Energy (Delta)
This is about the level of energy to make changes and often those moments of making a breakthrough.

This can range from little energy to make change to celebration of major breakthroughs..
New Thinking (New Alpha)
This is about the level of new thinking and new ideas to solve the problems of today that are barriers to change.

This can range from very little to a multitude of new ideas that take you to new thinking.
Flow
This is level of being in the "zone" so that changes flow from the current to the new with ease. Like driving on auto pilot.

This can range from little flow to the changes happening.
Common Change Characterless
Operating Style
Learning Style
Management Style
Motivational
Cooperate with world-wide networks to address issues impacting all life forms.
Experiential — interaction with whole-Earth networks to expand awareness and explore diverse ways of being and thinking; intuitive learning.
GLOBALIST — Holistic blend of insights from anywhere, anytime coming together for purposes impacting the Global Village and all life forms.
Unification across races and nations for global solutions; multi-dimensional thinking; survival of life on Earth.
Operating Style
Learning Style
Management Style
Motivational
Join others to build consensus and share feelings to make things better now and in the future.
Observational — explore feelings and learn by watching others’ actions; share here-and-now experiences to enhance interpersonal skills.
SOCIAL — Sharing circle of equals where all pull for the group while developing their human potential and heightening awareness.
Affiliation and love; human rights and dignity for all; more participation; equality and liberation of the oppressed.
Operating Style
Learning Style
Management Style
Motivational
Entrepreneurism and plans to reach goals to better the self and some others.
Expectancy —trial-and-error experiments where success brings anticipated gains; competitive gaming with high-tech, high status tools
ECONOMIC — Competitive and goal-oriented with perks for "winners" and rewards measured by production, political savvy, or gamesmanship skills.
Opportunity for success; progress and achievement; competitive advantage; bigger and better; new and improved.
Operating Style
Learning Style
Management Style
Motivational
Find a Truth that offers answers delivered through a chain of command .
Avoidant — indoctrination from rightful authority; punishment for errors; moralistic direction; possibility of deferred rewards in future .
BUREAUCRATIC — Hierarchy with categories for managers to maintain order, set uniform standards and reward dutiful performance equitably .
Duty, honour, country; righteousness; being prepared; sacrifice and discipline; rewards in the afterlife .
Operating Style
Learning Style
Management Style
Motivational
Be tough and depend on the self to fend off the aggression of others.
Conditioned — immediate rewards for learning tasks; powerful teacher who allows for toughness; rejects rigid structures.
AUTOCRATIC — Tough, straight-shooting boss who gives quick payoffs, respects strength and allows freedom up to a point.
Immediate payoffs; macho appeals and challenges; heroic images; more clout; looking good and getting respect.
Operating Style
Learning Style
Management Style
Motivational
Rely on chief, group or magic to find safety and security for the people.
Classical — paternalistic teacher; step-by-step sequences, rituals, and routines; use of magic and fantasy.
TRIBAL — Strong, caring "chiefs" who reward groups, not individuals; assure safety and uphold traditional ways.
Ritual; respect for powerful figures; appeals to safety, magic and mysticism; tradition and custom.
Based on Beck, D.E and Cowan, C.C (1996) Spiral Dynamics: Mastering Values, Leadership and Change. Balckwells.
Intuitive Turquoise HU
Harmonise Green FS
Based on Beck, D.E and Cowan, C.C (1996) Spiral Dynamics: Mastering Values, Leadership and Change. Balckwells.
Strategise Orange ER
Based on Beck, D.E and Cowan, C.C (1996) Spiral Dynamics: Mastering Values, Leadership and Change. Balckwells.
Manage Blue DQ
Based on Beck, D.E and Cowan, C.C (1996) Spiral Dynamics: Mastering Values, Leadership and Change. Balckwells.
Express Red CP
Based on Beck, D.E and Cowan, C.C (1996) Spiral Dynamics: Mastering Values, Leadership and Change. Balckwells.
Bond Purple BO
Nodal about 40,000 years ago but still very strong today.
Nodal about 10,000 years ago but still very strong today.
Nodal about 5,000 years ago but still very strong today.
** Ken Wilber & Fredrick Laloux use these colors in the book "Reinventing Organizations"
Nodal about 1,500 years ago but still very strong today. (Decreasing)
Nodal about 120 years ago but still very strong today. (Perhaps getting stronger) ** Teal the exiting phase of Green
Started about 30 years ago and increasing may atke another 10 to 15 years to reach Nodal.
+
-
Complexity
‘We are not one but many’ Coping Mechanisms (Memeplexes)
Express
Hypothetical Mix – A person Express centred & A person Harmonise centred
Express - Enjoys self to the fullest, now without guilt or remorse. ‘I’
Harmonise
Harmonise - Reach decisions by reconciliation and consensus. ‘WE’
Based on Graves, (1977,2005) ,Beck and Cowan (1996)
Less
complex
More
complex by
a factor of 3
Technology Memeplexes
(tMemeplexes)


Intuitive
– Use technology that intuitively serves and enhances humanity.

Align
- Align and use the technology that best meets the needs by adapting it to fit
where people are in their life conditions.


Harmonise
- Use technology to gain consensus for the good of the community.
Stop technology that appears to harm the earth and people.

Strategise
- Use the best available technology from the most prestigious supplier;
ensure material gains for those who win; use technology to win.

Manage
- Use technology to: ensure that processes are followed while supporting
the needs of the followers; ensure conformity to a hierarchy.

Express
- Use technology to: enhance creativity; personal power and wealth;
control staff and give due status.

Bond
- Use technology to: enhance family and team bonds; strengthen
traditions; improve safety and food and water supplies. Enhance the
standing of the Chief or Family.
Technology covers all areas for example Health - Pharma - Agriculture, Climate as well as IT and the Internet.
©Dr John Cook 2013 - 5 Deep Limited, Whangarei, New Zealand.
Memeplexes & Memes
©Dr John Cook 2013 - 5 Deep Limited, Whangarei, New Zealand.
nMemeplexes
tMemeplexes
cMemeplexes
vMemeplexes
(Coping Mechanisms)
Memes are attracted to or repelled by coping mechanisms
nPlexes are naturally occurring types. Examples digital analogue thinkers - introvert extrovert - Meyer Briggs Types - Enneagram and so on.

How they manifest themselves depends on the dominant vPlexes and cPlexes
The Background Story
Prof. Clare W Graves (1914-1986) a Professor of Psychology, started his research in the 1950s. Beck and Cowan worked with Graves and published the book Spiral Dynamics in 1996. Graves' draft book (1977) was finally edited and published in 2005 as the Never Ending Quest 19 years after his death.

Very little academically has been published to independently verify Graves' research. However Graves' own research over 8 years was very thorough and well supported.

The purpose of this presentation, developed from John Cook's PhD (2008) research is to place Graves' framework in the body knowledge about understanding human social cultural behaviours.

To achieve this goal it was found that the Gravesian framework of Biological, Psychological, Social Systems fitted into the body of knowledge on Culture, Memetics and Heuristics. This enables the framework's use as a practical learning tool to understand human social cultural behaviour. This makes the framework useful to understand today's ever changing life conditions with its diversity of human interactions.
The Story (Cont)
Culture
-
The norms that govern the values and behaviours of a country, community, organisation or family. However these are only the external or visual signs. The 'hidden' within the person is uncovered by using the Gravesian framework by getting below the surface of culture.

Memetics
- the study of units of cultural replication (a meme) that can spread virus like through a community or population. e.g. ideas, music, dress, behaviour, social norms.

Meme Complexes Architecture (MCA)
- Memes can be attracted to or repelled by a cluster of memes. These clusters of memes have developed as humankind developed over the last 120,000 years. These clusters can be defined by the framework created by Prof Clare W Graves that become a set of coping mechanisms which allow survival in different life conditions.

Heuristics
- A "processes of self-learning and discovery based on intuition, experience and knowledge while producing new experiences and knowledge." "Graves’ framework is a theory. The capacity of a theory is to create research or applications by suggesting ideas. These ideas may come about by arousing disbelief and resistance. This, according to Graves, is the heuristic (learning) influence of the theory. (Graves, 1977, referring to Hall and Lindzey, 1957)" (Cook, 2008 p93)
The current ones measured in our assessments.

Analogue Digital Thinking (Left Right Brain Preference)
Executive Styles/Preferences – Entrepreneurial – Transformational – Translational.
Extrovert or Introvert
1st Order and 2nd Order change.
Chaos or Order.

These are personality types or preferences which tend to be set from an early age – however, how we express them is dependent on which coping mechanisms we are using to survive in our given life conditions.
Meme Complexes are based on Ideas of Fog (1999)

Barriers to Change
cMemeplexes
(Catalyst for Change)
1.Potential for more complex thinking
2. Solutions found to day-to-day problems (head above water)
3. Dissonance (i.e. a mismatch) between current ways of coping and the new problems emerging
4. Barriers to change identified and dealt with
5. Insight into alternatives and viable options
1 to 5 take 20% of your effort
6. Support available during the transition and consolidation
Item 6 takes 80% of time and effort
Meme Complexes are based on Ideas of Fog (1999)

Change Preferences
nMemeplexes
(1st, 2nd Order & Flow)
1st Order
- Evolutionary change generally incremental changes gradually improving what is already working. Small steps.

2nd Order
- Revolutionary change - storm the barriers to change produce something completely new. Sudden and large steps.

Flow
- This is state when you are in the 'change zone'. The level of flow shows how in tune or ready to make changes.
Intentional Integral Practice
I hope you have enjoyed this brief journey into understanding social cultural behaviours
If you would like to find out more contact
Dr John Cook at:

Email: john.cook@5deep.co.nz
website: www.5deep.co.nz
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tMemeplxes
(Technology Memes)

Bi-directional influences

nMemeplexes (Natural Memeplexes)

Meme Clusters (vMemeplexes)
1st Order Change
2nd Order Change
Chaos
Order
Analogue v Digital
Introvert v Extrovert

Thank you for your time and patience. I hope this has been thought provoking. Please email me with any questions.
References & Reading
Andrews, P. W. (2001) The psychology of social chess and the evolution of attribution mechanisms: explaining the fundamental attribution error. Evolution and Human Behavior 22 pp11-29.
Beck, D. E. and C.C. Cowan (1996). Spiral Dynamics – mastering and change. Blackwell Publishers Ltd Oxford UK.
Bloom, H. (1997). ed. The Lucifer Principle, Atlantic Monthly Press, New York, USA.
Bloom, H. (2000). Global Brain, John Wiley & Sons Inc, New York. USA.
Blackmore, S. (1999). The Meme Machine, Oxford University Press, London.
Blackmore, S. (2010) in Contemporary Debates in Philosophy of Biology – Editors Francisco, J. Ayala and Robert Arp. Wiley-Blackwell. London. (p255-272)
Blackmore, S. (2009). Evolution’s third replicator: Genes. Memes and now what? New Scientist, Issue 2719 31st July. Downloaded 20/12/09 from http://www.newscientsit.com/article/mg20327191.500-evolution-theories
Cook, J. (2008) “The Role of the Individual in Organisational Cultures: A Gravesian Integrated Approach”. PhD Thesis. Sheffield Hallam University.
Dawkins, R. (1976). The Selfish Gene (2nd edition 1989), Oxford University Press New York, USA.
Dawkins, R. (1999). The Selfish Meme, Time Vol 153 Iss 15, p. 52.
Dennett, D. C. (1991) Consciousness Explained. Penguin Books UK.
Distin, K. (2005) The selfish meme: a critical reassessment, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Ditzler, j. (2012) Personal Transformation: The ABC’s of Destroying Limiting Beliefs, Downloaded 11/07/12 from http://www.leadership-expert.co.uk/personal-transformation-the-abcs-of-destroying-limiting-beliefs/
Fog, A. (1999) Cultural Selection, Kluwer Academic Publishers London/USA.
Graves, C.W. (1977) Unpublished draft book. Available Dr Don Beck. Texas USA
Graves, C.W. (2005) The Never Ending Quest. Edited and complied by Christopher. C. Cowan and Natasha Todorovic. ECLET Publishing, Santa Barbara. USA.
Wilber, K. (2006) Integral Spirituality: A Startling New Role for Religion in the Modern and Postmodern World. Integral Books, Boston USA and London UK.
Wilber, K. (2000). A Theory of Everything, Shambhala Boston USA.
Wilber. K. (2002). Boomeritis, Shambhala, Boston USA.
So how and where is this used?
The Story (Cont)
Surface level behaviors & actions, influenced
by
Systems, Structures and Artifacts all based upon
Individual and collective MINDSETS that are expressions of deep
adaptive intelligences / coping mechanisms that are flexible and adapt
to
Internal and External Life Conditions

Intentional Integral Practice
Below the surface
Graves' Framework is a Meta Theory
Welcome to Integral Theory of Intentional Integral Practice. It offers a meta-view for all aspects of understanding Human Social Cultural Behaviours.

The way we look at this framework, and the data it contains, is different to anything that you may have read before, and is derived from a 35 year lineage of what today is known as Integral Theory, based upon the original work of Clare W. Graves.

Integral Theory is like the bookcase upon which the books of all other theories sit. No point of view is discarded, as each theory has a place on a shelf, and each shelf is a part of the whole.

To utilise the full scope of of this framework will take you time and some effort in learning new ways and re-learning and even un-learning previous ways. This presentation contains information that will lead to immediate application. Other information will take some time to appreciate and apply with volition.

For you, this will be an interesting journey of learning and discovery.
Human consciousness is neither static nor finite, and changes as the conditions of existence change, leading to new ways of thinking and changes in behavioural flexibility that helps us thrive. As new ways of thinking emerge and become active our worldviews change.

Our priorities, and what motivates us, change over time leading to shifts in the way we think, act, and interact. These deep changes are triggered and influenced by adaptations in the deep codes that create our consciousness. These codes may be likened to the operating systems of the mind that can morph through multiple generations, i.e. from DOS to Windows, to Windows Vista, to Windows 10, etc. Each has unique new features, whilst some features fade away, and some features become enhanced.

These deep ‘musical chord like’ code changes in human emergence have been observed, mapped, and integrated, into a body of knowledge known as Integral Theory that can be applied in any context. It is now known that over the past 50 years new ways of thinking have emerged that are very different from the past. These new ways of thinking possess the capacity to differentiate and integrate all that we know about how life really works, and prepare for the future in new ways.

Our assessments examine these deep patterns of what today are known as Coping Mechanisms, part of Complex Adaptive Intelligences
Bond

(Graves Code Tribal BO)
Tribal Order/Safety Driven
Preserve sacred objects, places, events, and memories.

Sacrificial ‘WE’ Coping Mechanism
Express

(Graves Code Exploitive CP)
Exploitative Empire/Power Driven
Enjoys self to the fullest, now without guilt or remorse.

Expressive ‘I’ Coping Mechanism
Manage

(Graves Code
Authority
DQ)
Authority Structure/Order Driven
Impulsivity controlled through guilt; each has a proper place

Sacrificial ‘WE’ Coping Mechanism
Strategise

(Graves Code Strategic ER)
Strategic Enterprise/Success Driven
Optimistic, risk-taking, self-reliant, deserve success

Expressive ‘I' Coping Mechanism
Harmonise
(Graves Code Social FS)
Social Network/People Driven
Reach decisions by reconciliation and consensus

Sacrificial ‘WE' Coping Mechanism
(Graves Code Systemic GT)
Systemic Flow Flexible Flow Oriented
Knowledge, competency supersedes rank, power, status

Intuitive
(Graves Code Holistic HU)
Holographic Organism/Synthesis Oriented
Still Evolving – Cosmos, Planet, Society

Sacrificial ‘WE' Coping Mechanism
Expressive ‘I' Coping Mechanism
Align
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