David Hawkins Essence

Spirit refers to an unseen essence, which never changes, even though its expression varies from one situation to another. This essence is vital; when we lose our spirit, we die – we expire from lack of that which inspires. Power vs. Force. The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior, chapter 13, S. 179, Hay House edition, February 2002

(↓)Contrasting pairs of emotions, attitudes, and feeling states
  • Positive (Strong) Response – Negative (Weak) Response
    1. Inspire – Discourage
    2. Forgive – Condemn
    3. Support – Ignore
    4. Love – Hate
    5. Unconditional Love – Selective Love
    6. Optimism – Pessimism
    7. Faith – Cynicism
    8. Trust – Doubt
    9. Unify – Divide
    10. Humor – Vilify
    11. Respect – Demean
    12. Patient – Impatient
    13. Steadfast – Faltering
    14. Win-Win – Win-Lose
    15. Peace Maker – Trouble Maker
    16. Flexible – Rigid
    17. Balanced – Extremist
    18. Open – Deceptive
    19. Truthful – False
    20. Appreciate – Envy
    21. Taking responsibility – Blaming
    22. Defends – Attacks
    23. Constructive – Destructive
    24. Independent – Dependent
    25. Humility – Prideful
    26. Gracious – Arrogant
    27. Equality – Snobbery/superiority
    28. Compassion – Condemnation / Judgment
    29. Acceptance – Rejection
    30. Generous – Greedy, stingy
    31. Abundance – Lack
    32. Sobriety – Intoxication
    33. Self-forgiveness – Guilt
    34. Tolerant – Prejudiced
    35. Team Spirit – Personal ambition
    36. Concern for others – Self-concern
    37. Surrender – Worry, control, dominate
    38. Supports, respects freedom of others – Controls others
    39. Accepts a Higher Power – Rejects a Higher Power
    40. Approving – Critical
    41. Understanding – Fault finding
    42. Forgiving – Judgmental
    43. Leaves judgments to God – Makes personal judgments
    44. Kind – Cruel
    45. Long-term goal – Short-sighted
    46. Cherish – Demean
    47. Unselfish – Selfish
    48. Service to Others – Self-interest
    49. Share – Hoard
    50. Wealth – Riches
    51. Orderly – Confused
    52. Save – Punish-Execute
    53. Courage – Cowardice
    54. Nurture and give – Take and drain
    55. Merciful – Cruel
    56. Gentle, tender – Rough and hard
    57. Servant to all – Haughty and arrogant
    58. Chooses peace – Chooses conflict or war
    59. Trusts the Universe – Mistrustful
    60. Feels significant – Feels important
    61. Compliments – Criticizes
    62. Candid, warm – Cold, unfriendly
    63. Non-attached – Detached, indifferent
    64. Involved – Separated, removed
    65. Thoughtful – Opinionated
    66. Spiritual – Materialistic
    67. Powerful – Forceful
      68 Tolerant of differences –intolerant of others
      69 Intuitive –Literal
      70 Lives by principle –Lives by expediency
      71 Civil, polite –Hostile and rude
      72 Sensitive to beauty – Ignores aesthetics
      73 Classical music – Punk Rock
      74 Erotic, passionate, ardent – Lustful
      75 Seeks joy – Seeks pleasure
      76 Willing to sacrifice self –Sacrifice others for  happiness pleasure, fun, thrills
      77 Peace –Excitement
      78 Self-Control –Impulsive
      79 Self-awareness –Denial
      80 Takes own inventory –Takes inventory of  others
      81 Cooperative –Competitive
      82 Sense of humor –”Heavy”
      83 Lighthearted –Literal-humorless
      84 Loving –Possessive
      85 Seeks to heal Others –”deserve what  they get”
      86 Considerate –Inconsiderate
      87 Prefers education – Prefers crime dramas  and documentaries and horror films
      88 Views human nature as good – Sees human nature as  bad
      89 Open minded –Intolerant and narrow  minded
      90 Wide visual field –Narrow visual  perception
      91 Focuses on far side –Focuses near side  of objects of objects
      92 Inclusive – Exclusive
      93 Interested in the Timeless – Faddish
      94 Interested in Essence –Attracted by  appearance
      95 Quality – Glamour
      96 Integrity – Expediency
      97 Principled –Immoral
      98 Energized by meaning – Driven by desire  and purpose
      99 Gentle with authority – Overbearing
      100 Seeks to subdue, control,– Seeks to subdue, and conquer self control, conquer  others  101 Accepts responsibility – Blames others or for mistakes condemns self for failures  Power vs. Force. The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior, chapter 9, S. 146-147, Hay House edition, February 2002
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