Certainty and Focus

External Focus:

Rules and authorities are held onto closely, in order to create an environmental construct that allows the individual to feel comfortable enough to function in their adapted role to be considered socially acceptable and healthy to oneself and others.

Internal Focus:

Ones internal reality and their critical thinking apparatus are held within, and concentrated on how the individual can best feel and function within the environment in which they find themselves.

Balanced Posture:

The development of an open posture towards ones varying internally felt experiences and their externally felt environmental experiences, in order to express as an intrinsically balanced, driven and aligned part of the whole.

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