Category Archives: Emotional Anatomy

We are each personally responsible for recognizing the primacy of Emotional Anatomy. Structured by DNA, Emotions and Attitudes organize our thoughts. Imagination finds its way Home, to our Hearts Home and becomes more aware of Recognizable patterns, “Emotional Anatomy” called personality.
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The Story of Freedom

Here I will try again to tell The Story of Freedom. There is the tug of war between the many stories. (Imagination; Vision; Story Telling; World View; Perspective) This is War and it is best seen through the Lens of … Continue reading

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Life in Every Breath

This is an open source language describing the structure and function of Human Emotional Anatomy which forms the foundation of brain architecture affecting how our human mind works.  Intellect must be persuaded to understand and accept the primacy of Emotional … Continue reading

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The Missionaries Missed It, “Connection”

Continuing our navigation within the human heart’s design to be inspiration for expanding “connection” into Vision from Heaven, the legacy of freedom, which we wish to share with the world, now includes the Disney Board Room as they develop their … Continue reading

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The Magnificent Woman

There is vision within the heart of human emotional anatomy that resonates with recognition when we hear these words: The Magnificent Woman. We are developing an Open Source Language devoted to the future of freedom, our legacy, it is up … Continue reading

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Freedom vs Slavery

Deeply wounded emotional anatomy: Trapped behind self protecting walls of “I don’t care”, because “to care” hurts too much and triggers primal painful screams which cannot find peace and so protect themselves all the more by shaping impenetrable walls of, … Continue reading

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Free to Refuse

Free to refuse. There is opposition to accepting that we humans are intelligently designed. At our core is Freedom to Choose, which means we are also free to refuse.  So our intelligently designed organism must counter with its own naturally … Continue reading

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Compartments IV

Emotional Anatomy is an observable conceptual anatomy which can be recognized and better understood as the idea itself takes shape within us.  In our mind’s eye, the beginnings of a new compartment specific for thinking about emotional anatomy begins to … Continue reading

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Compartments III

Freedom vs Slavery. This struggle can be seen most clearly through “the heart spot”. As displayed in the damaged tree trunk, gnarly knots are formed within wounded emotional anatomy and forever affect the shape of the tree, still beautiful trees.  … Continue reading

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Compartments II

Freedom vs Slavery. This simple emphasis is important to me because of how challenging it is for people to become aware of themselves, or even become interested in discovering any new way of thinking.  Stuck in isolated intellectual compartments of … Continue reading

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Compartments 0

We must Learn to talk about our compartments. By design, we deal with the challenges of life as they arrive one after another. We form a dominant compartment of thinking and behavior we call our personality, even our character. The … Continue reading

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