Human Potential and Its Shadow: Categorized as the movement process towards Spiritual Competence through intentional learning for the development of The Four Phases of Being. It is in "Being Metaphor" that personal/group energy is utilized as 'true personal/group power' and its antithesis as "Being Metaphor Shadow" that personal/group energy is utilized as 'false personal/group power' and is hereby recognized as underdeveloped phase/phases of human potential.
After analyzing and evaluating over sixty accidental discoveries and inventions in science, Four Commonalities emerged among these extraordinary scientists in their relationship with self and world of which three were clearly discernible: Phase II - Quest: Provocation Phase III - Active Database:Expertise Phase IV - Flux:Transformation. The Fourth illuded me and was identified after several years of reflection and research. Ironic how the last found is really the first learned but perhaps too readily left behind as we mature into adulthood. The last commonality became what is now called, Phase I : Phase I -Wonderment:Liminality These commonalities are universal in the development of human potential or they deepen the shadow within our dynamic/static states of being. The Four Phases “Of Being” are blocked synergistically in pairs as OVERLAID BISOCIATIONS: Phase I/IV Unexpected: Gift Phase II/III Action: Preparation Phase I/II Active Subconscious: Back Burner Functions Phase III/IV Active Conscious: Front Burner Functions Phase II/IV Response to Love Phase III/I Response with Service Phase I/II Childhood Mastery Block Phase III/IV Adulthood Maturity Block Phase I/IV Feminine, Subjective, Invisible, Right-brain Functions Phase II/III Masculine, Objective, Visible, Left-brain Functions Actions arising out of the degree of Response-Ability developed by a person determines the maturity of spiritual competence. Responses that are not synchronized to the Four Phases “Of Being”, signify deficiencies in one or more pairs of Phases manifested by the “Being Metaphor Shadow”: Phase I insensitivity to others and consequences Phase II avoidance of unpleasure Phase III provocative wilfulness Phase IV damaged self-esteem Phase I/III self-centredness; narcissism Phase II/IV hording; laziness