The chart, along with the timeline in the next exercise, can be used for amending the past.
Step 1 Stages of age spans:
Develops through early life (0-10 years old). Involves rapid learning, acquiring facts and imitating others. A time of building. Trust, independency, integrity and initiative are built.
If you have a dysfunctional upbringing, this could store negative memories. It is the timeline where humiliation, guilt and being weak is. These traits could be carried into your adult life, leaving you feeling inferior.
From 11-25 years old, you endure difficulties and become disciplined and competent. The environment aligns growth. You are productive. You develop consistency to perform, leading to radiating a persona of affection. Yet, when you do not have a purpose, you become submissive to others. Many will not value you because of this, making you feel useless and alone.
The student: 25-35 years old. A period of bonding and becoming intimate with a partner, children, and friends and where the building of families, careers, and businesses are. If these values are not gained, you become isolated from others and society.
Builder: 35-45-years old and Growth: from 45 to 55.
This is when you become a visionary. You plan. You buy a house and/ or a holiday home. But many become stuck. They refuse to risk moving out of their comfort zone. They choose to not invest or take on challenges.
Resourceful and leader:
55-65 years old.
Where productivity occurs, and you are a valuable resource. However, when you have no purpose, you may become lethargic.
Values, Insight and Legacy:
The remaining part of your life. You acquire integrity and respect. If you do not have support from loved ones, you feel miserable and alone.What aptitudes did you acquire or not acquire during the past?
What aptitudes did you acquire or not acquire during the past?
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