Cool! Thanks for clarifying these points, LeilaWhen choosing my wordings in my own writing, 'Character', 'Personality' and 'Habit' represent different scopes. Where You can have a character that can contain multiple personalities, and each personality having different habits. So you have your Character which is big in scope and has multiple dimensions -- wherein Personality is one of those and still has multiple dimensions of its own and wherein a 'Habit' is again an aspect/dimension of a personality.
So it really depends on whether you are looking at a "big construct" inside yourself that you are addressing, or whether you are looking at a singular point (or something in between). As the Postponement Character you for instance also exist as the memories of previous postponements, memories that led you to posteponement, backchats, emotions, personalities etc that 'back up' you acting out in Posteponement, that keep you acting out in Posteponement 'in place' -- so you're then dealing with a whole network / the multi-dimensions of a point -- wheras if you are looking at the very action, in a singular moment where you decide to postpone - you are looking at 'your habit' as the singular action/pattern that you keep playing out.
So as a rough guideline: Character > Personality > Habit
If you want to get into the specifics, you can read the blogs on Heaven's Journey to Life that were written around the time that the Character-point opened up.
http://heavensjourneytolife.blogspot.co ... eline.html(was around July 2012)
That's an interesting way of thinking about it Luc, thanks for posting this.Yeah absolutly, instead of reactions based in past experiance a destonian character is able to apply common sense because instead of the mind as reactions, feelings, emotions, idea, beliefs ect we can stop, apply breath, and move within common sense. 1+1=2 anything outside of that is knowledge and information which can be smashed by common sense like a glass bottle wipped at a brick wall. The wall being common sense. Thanks for careing by shareing carrie.
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