Belief Four: The Unique Three Bucket Thinking System
The concept of the three buckets is a powerful metaphorical representation for organizing and processing thoughts surrounding a particular subject matter.
In Belief One I talk about the three pillars of uniqueness: body, spirit, and environment. Explaining how each of these pillars contributes to our individuality and how they interact with each other to shape our identity.
The body is the physical manifestation of our uniqueness, the vessel through which we interact with the world around us. Our physical characteristics, such as our gender, physical abilities, and genetic makeup, are all unique to us. These characteristics influence how we are perceived by others and how we perceive the world ourselves.
The spirit is the intangible aspect of our being, encompassing our core values, beliefs, and essence as individuals. It is the accumulation of our thoughts, learning, and opinions that shape our unique perspective and contribute to our overall character. Our spirit evolves and grows as we navigate through life, gathering wisdom and deepening our understanding of ourselves and the world.
The environment is the physical and social world around us. It includes our upbringing, cultural influences, and the people we interact with. The environment shapes our perspectives, provides the input that molds our identity, and influences our beliefs and behaviors.
Our uniqueness is shaped by the combination of our physical being, our inner self, and environmental factors. By understanding and embracing these aspects of ourselves, we can live more fully in a richly diverse world.
Belief Four Is About Thinking
Belief four centers around the understanding that our thoughts and mindset are influenced and directed by our inner spirit. It acknowledges that our beliefs, values, and attitudes are formed within our minds and are shaped by our spiritual essence.
This belief implies that our thoughts are not solely a product of external factors or societal influences, but also reflect the deeper essence of our being. It suggests that our spirit plays a crucial role in directing our…