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Approved 08 March, 2022 @ 1:41pm by Jan Viljoen (version: 7)

Action Models

Click to enlarge the imageAction Models are a typical combination of behaviours and actions that we - characteristicallyplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigPertaining to, constituting, or indicating the character or peculiar quality of an individual. Thus, describing what is typical, distinctive and unique. - use and apply to deal with the many up's and down's of everyday life. Action models1) is in fact our most trusted - often “proven” …even if only taught by… or observed - techniques and/or mechanisms that we use to establish and sustain our self-determination which are directed, shaped, influenced, controlled and steered by a cumulative combination and symbiosis of our life scripts, sabotage programs, believe system, believe stackplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigPrioritizing Beliefs:

When we regard one belief over all others, that's the top or priority belief. Priority comes from the word prior, which means to come before something else. A believe stack is how we contextually and chronologically structure our beliefs from the highest (most important) to the lowest (of lesser importance) belief.
, values and our level of awareness within our energy sphere.

There - literally - are millions and billions of different action models that we use each and everyday, some consciously, some subconsciously and others unconsciously. Some of our action models are mainly physical or bodyplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigE.g. walking, writing, blinking of the eye, motor actions, driving a car, ...etc. focused, others are mentallyplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigE.g. categorizing, reading, analysing, calculations, reasoning, ...etc. focused and yet others is spiritually2) focused.

Normally the action models that we apply in the physical, mental, conscious and - to a certain extent - in the subconscious realms, often do not result in “psychological injuries”, …because, we can easily monitorplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigMonitor

To monitor or monitoring imply observing and checking the progress standard and quality of ...something over a period of time and keeping it under systematic review through observations, checking and keeping a continuous record by deploying the monitoring cycle. monitor
, evaluate and correct these action models, if and when required or needed. Because these action models are life skills based. The real danger of psyche wounds (e.g. issues, demons and baggage) rears its ugly head3) within our spiritual-unconscious action models, which are mainly coping mechanisms based. In case of the latter, we are - most of the time anyway - not aware of it, and execute such action models without hesitation via our ENFplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigEnvironmental Noise Filter

Our environmental noise filter is our “external stimuli filtering layer” just before data “enters” our conscious level of awareness, which can also be termed as the awareness level of pre-consciousness and initiator of . Our environmental noise filter - GPSbraindangersensesbrain
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To even attempt identifying and list all our spiritual action models - apart from it being a daunting task - is next to impossible, because our spiritual action models are “hidden” and mainly reflected in the emotions and feelings that we experience and that surface in our lives as our mood or temperament and attitude towards someone or something.

Apart from the different functional awareness levels of our action models, the energy network of integration's4) that exists and the multi-facet dynamics that often limit our understanding, action models also are established and maintained by an intriguing “feedbackcycle.

All the action models that we actively deploy in life, originate and source from a particular believe system that construct (via our prevailing believe stackplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigPrioritized Beliefs:

When regard one belief over all others, that's the top priority belief. Priority comes from the word prior, which means to come before something else. A believe stack is how we contextually and chronologically structure our beliefs from the highest (most important) to the lowest (of lesser importance) belief.
) certain thoughts (i.e. a mind-set & perspectives) that give meaning to our feelings in terms of a particular attitude towards… and it is this attitude that focus and channel our actions that - when applied often enough - may become characteristic behaviours, habits or action models. The actions that we take and the subsequent “rewards/pleasure” or “punishment/pain” - regardless whether real or perceived - provide us with the necessary feedback that either strengthen, weaken, tweak, change or replace our original belief directive as related to this particular action model.

Thus, in order to replace toxic (i.e. sabotage programs) and/or strengthen nourishing (i.e. life scripts) recurring action patterns (i.e. habits) as directed and maintained by our action models, it is imperative to address and deal with the underlying belief systems fuelling such actions, else behavioural changes will only be temporary in nature or for as long as the screws are tightened and the “change-pressures” last. To gain lasting outcomes, it is of cardinal importance that we deal with our beliefs, attitudes and habits in synchronicity… and in the context of our body-mind symbiosis.

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Action Models is commonly known as habits, generally execute automatically when we are confronted with obstacles, challenging situations, bothersome events and/or demanding circumstances. We often feel that we are controlled - sometimes against our own better judgment - by our action models (i.e. our habits). But this isn't really the case, we can and are able to tweak, adjust or change our habits to productively work for us to achieve our desires in life.
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A spiritual focus implies self-worth, self-determination, self-confidence, emotional maturity and agility, conative actions, …etc.
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Manifestations of chronic stress, anxiety, depressions, burnouts…etc.
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Energy integration is our body, mind and soul trinity.