Centers: Data Perception and Processing

 

by Stephen Cocconi © 2011-2012

The Centers are  another way of interpreting the Chakra system posited by Hinduism and Buddhism.  In The Michael Teaching, Centering is an added layer of function which biases the way an individual receives and interprets incoming stimuli. Every person of course has all seven Centers and possesses all the chakras. However, what makes Centering an interesting element to consider in regards to Personality formation is the order of activation; and the tendency for people to develop blockages and therefore adaptations when receiving information.

Centers or Centering as defined in the Michael Teaching

Emotional center as defined in the Michael Teaching Higher Emotional Center as defined in the Michael Teaching Higher Moving center as defined by the Michael Teaching Instinctive center as defined in the Michael Teaching Moving center as defined in the Michael Teaching Higher Intellectual center as defined in the Michael Teaching Intellectual center as defined in the Michael Teaching

Of course, the simplest way to state this refers to a commonly reported triad of those who are activated with their emotions in play

The 3 Ordinal or Bodily Centers as defined in the Michael teaching

More to come soon…

 

 

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