Transforming Value from Possibility to Need-Satisfaction

This post summarizes recent posts on “value.”  Now you can now see that at the possibility-light level, you experience an invitation to the higher potential vibrancy in you (see figure below).  This fills you with possibility-light.  When you filter out possibility, from the light level of value, you find your choice of the development and relationships you will experience over time, at the development-verb level of value.  This fills you with life.  When you filter out time, from the development-verb level of value, you satisfy your needs here and now, at the things-noun level of value.  This fills you with satisfaction.

 

This highlights the insights gained over the past century at the light, verb, and noun levels of perceived reality, and how they fit together, to experience the total value of available vibrancy (see figure below).  The agreements people make about what value is, how it is exchanged, and who gets it influence all human interactions.  Starting from infinite abundance, at the possibility-light level, suggests a very different experience of value than starting with an assumption of scarcity at the things-noun level.

 

These posts on value used the lens of “what criteria” to look at the value perceived in the vibrancy experienced in the five primary relationships.  This exploration looked at the three big questions of value, in the light of the three levels of perceived reality.  The next series of posts looks at the lens “how the relationships interact.”

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