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hapter Six
Genetic Emotional Personality Traits

"Life is a never ending storybook, Isn't it fun being the author!"

"We will never lose our childhood dreams. We may think we have outgrown them, but this is not the case. Think back to your childhood dreams and you may be surprised at how many came to fruition."

All individuals throughout their life follow a seven year cycle. The seven year cycle consists of two major segments. The first year of the cycle is the catalyst for the remaining six year period of the cycle. Whatever takes place in the first year of a cycle will continue for the remainder of the seven year cycle unless one is diligent and purposely alters the cycle.

Each cycle change may evolve into either a positive cycle or a negative cycle. The final outcome depends on the individual and above all is controlled by the individual. There is a misconception that life is fatalistic and this is inaccurate. We are all masters of our existences, especially the beginning and final outcome of each individual cycle pattern.

The cycle pattern does not begin the day an individual is born. There are those who are part way through the cycle pattern at the time of birth. Those who are part way through their cycle before birth account for the erratic personality traits exhibited by some newly born children. The early stages of existence are noticeable in each and every child. Some children are calm, cool and collected, while others express erratic behavioral traits.

In all instances the different personality traits are attributed to the year of the cycle position. The positions or cycle years can be defined quite simply by using the "21 Emotions Exercise".

A simple method of discovering whether a child is in a positive or negative cycle is to recall the period of conception and discover the exact emotions both parents were displaying at the time of conception. The difference between both parents would define the exact emotion the fetus would be governed by. If the difference between both parents was positive the child would be aligned to a positive cycle. If the difference was negative the child would then be in a negative cycle. As well whichever corrective emotion is calculated between both parents, the end calculations will show the exact emotion the child will be governed by and the exact emotional trait which the child will experience throughout his or her life.

For instance, let us presume that the mother's emotional end-result totaled plus nine (+9) and the father's end-result was minus five (-5), or vice-verso. The end-result would be plus four (+4). Therefore, if the end-result is plus four the child would be in a positive cycle. Research has proven when the child is in a positive cycle the parents can be assured the child will be generally healthy and quite easy to care for. The opposite holds true for a child born in a negative cycle. Research has proven that in the majority of cases the negative cycle child experiences increased illness and is usually difficult to handle.

Furthermore, the primal issue is what major emotional personality trait will the child have to overcome or enhance throughout his life. The above example showed the end-result was plus four (+4), therefore the emotion that the child will display at the time of birth will be Freedom. Each and every experience the child undertakes will primarily consist of one purpose in mind, either to express Freedom and/or enhance the potential of learning what Freedom is.

Using the aforementioned example, as the child changes his cycle once every seven years whatever the type of cycle it may be, whether a positive or negative cycle, in the first year of the cycle change the change will consist of the genetic emotion Freedom. It is mandatory for the child to express Freedom for the cycle to be positive. If the child does not religiously express the emotion Freedom the cycle will be reversed and be negative.

The purpose of life for a negative emotional trait and cycle child, assuming that the genetic parental trait end-result was minus four (-4) or Despair, would be to always make sure that the emotion Despair is understood and controlled throughout his existence. It has been observed that children born in a negative cycle are more susceptible to highly charged emotional problems throughout their life. Children born in a negative cycle also account for the higher percentage of these individuals seeking psychological or psychiatric counselling.

In both cases the positive child and the negative child will be susceptible to the emotion by which they were conceived. Throughout their life they will discover every thing they do or any and all decisions that they are forced to make will revolve around whatever genetic emotion they were born with. Furthermore, the genetic emotional trait will continuously be triggered by all circumstances they partake in. How each of us deal with our genetic emotion being triggered, particularly by others we associate with or are subliminally affected by subconsciously; is one of our tasks in life.

Defining in which year of the cycle pattern a child or adult is in, whether it be a positive or negative cycle, will be explained in Chapter Seven, "Calculating Your Seven Year Cycle".

We have now discovered two major platforms of our personality traits. The first platform is the type of cycle with which we were brought into the world and the second platform would be the genetic emotion which governs our existence. The predominant question would be then, can we alter or change our life patterns or personality?

The answer to the aforementioned question is of course we can alter or change our life patterns and personalities. As previously mentioned life is not fatalistic. The argument by some would be; if we are pre-programmed to either a positive or negative cycle most assuredly we are not in control of our life. The contention that we are not in control of our life is completely false.

Although we begin our existence with a specific cycle whether the cycle is positive or negative, and we are governed by a set of emotional traits, we must comprehend our only obligation in life is either to correct a negative emotional trait or to enhance our positive ambitions. Correcting a negative emotional trait or enhancing our positive ambitions can be accomplished by establishing a criterion in the first year of each and every seven year cycle. If we fall victim to our stubbornness or procrastination and do not make sure we are following our personal established guidelines, we are then responsible for the final outcome.

We have a number of alternatives to altering our in-bred genetic emotional personality traits. In the previous chapter it was explained that for every question, no matter how profound or how complicated, the "21 Emotions Exercise" can be used to discover which emotions are required to conceive an answer to all problems. The simplest alternative is to complete the exercise asking yourself the question, "How do I offset my genetic personality emotional trait?" One will then find out which emotion is actually causing them to be limited to the positive or negative genetic emotion frequency and how to use the respective genetic emotion. Once one has completed the exercise they will discover by either eliminating the negative emotion or enhancing the positive emotion they will then be able to make decisions based on the corrective measures instead of continuously allowing their genetic emotional personality trait to come to the forefront.

The aforementioned point is pivotal. Without realizing it, most individuals base the majority of their decisions on their genetic emotional traits, complicated by the actual emotions they are experiencing at the time of their decision, when the emphasis should be that they should be exercising the decided corrective emotion predominantly. The genetic governing emotion will always interfere with our ongoing emotional changes. If one knows which of the emotions is genetically active than they can govern accordingly.

Genes may help identify personality traits

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- May 21, 1996
Scientists have uncovered a link between one gene and a certain set of personality traits, according to a study detailed in the journal Nature Genetics.

The researchers found a pattern in the D4 dopamine receptor gene among people who scored high on Novelty Seeking psychological tests. High scorers tend to be exploratory, excitable, fickle, extravagant, and quick-tempered. Low scorers tend to be reflective, stoic, loyal, frugal and even-tempered.

An editorial in the journal noted that mapping genes for normal personality traits could help researchers understand abnormal traits, such as schizophrenia.

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Copyright Earl Gordon Curley 1981.

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