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THOUGHTS

FEELINGS
BIG QUESTION:
What is the relationship
of the different aspects of
development with your
THOUGHTS,
FEELINGS and
ACTIONS in dealing
DEVELOPIN
G THE
WHOLE
PERSON
OBJECTIVES:
At the end of this module, you will be able to:
discuss the relationship among physiological,
cognitive, psychological. Spiritual and social aspects
of development, to understand your thoughts, feelings,
and behaviors.
evaluate your own thoughts, feelings and actions and
show the connection of your thoughts, feelings and
actions to actual life situations.
What is your
understanding
of a WHOLE
PERSON?
1. 5. SPIRITUAL –
PHYSIOLOGIC 5 Aspects the attributes of a
AL – the person’s
that Make consciousness and
PHYSICAL
attributes up a belief, including
including the 5 Complex the values and
senses Organism virtues that guide
2. COGNETIVE – and put meaning
the into a person’s life
INTELLECTUAL 4. SOCIAL – the
3.
functions of the manner by
PSYCHOLOGIC
mind: thinking, which an
AL – or how
recognizing, individual
thinking, feeling
reasoning, anayzing. interacts with
and behaving
Projecting, other
interact and
synthesizing, individuals or
happen in a
recalling and group of
person
individuals
FEELINGS,
MOODS and
EMOTIONS DO
NOT exactly mean
one and the same.
Basic Human Drives
-are those that
are biological
related such as
HUNGER and
THIRST
Are the various emotional
experiences such as
emotions, moods, and
6 Basic Emotions that human
beings experience (by Paul Elkman)

Happiness
Sadness
Fear
Anger
Surprise
Disgust
In 2014 Research Study, there are only
4 Basic Emotions
Happy
Sad
Afraid or Surprised
Angry or Disgusted
EMOTIONS
• latin verb
“MOVARE”
• means to move or be
upset or agitated
• a variation in level of
arousal, affective state
or mood, expressive
movements and
attitudes
When you feel strong emotions
you will feel:
• faster • higher blood
heartbeat pressure
• profuse
sweating • muscular
tremor
• dilation of
eye pupil
•arises as the brain
interprets an
emotion which is
usually caused by
physical sensations
experienced by the
body as a reaction
to a certain stimuli
• are a person’s thoughts,
feelings and emotions
about another person,
object, idea, behaviour,
or situation.

• it is a result of a person’s evaluation of an


experience with another person, object, idea,
behaviour or situation based on his or her values
•is a manifestation or
acting out of the
attitudes an individual
Can
ATTITUDE be
changed?
YES. Because the CORE
of every person lies a
system of beliefs that
adheres to the highest
ideals of human existed
called VALUES.
Universal Values listed by the United
Nations
• Peace
• Freedom
• Social Progress
• Equal Rights
• Human Dignity
Values in the
Workplace
1. Integrity
2. Accountability
3. Diligence
4. Perseverance
5. Discipline
10 Basic Values (Shalom Schwartz)
1. Self- Direction
2. Stimulation
3. Hedonism
4. Achievement
5. Power
10 Basic Values (Shalom Schwartz)

6. Security
7. Conformity
8. Tradition
9. Benevolence
10. Universalism
What is the difference
between VALUES and
VIRTUES?
• Are ideals that create meaning and purpose in life.
• Something that you give importance
• Usually a noun
• Are adjectives that describe the positive and
desirable qualities which usually mirror a
value it represents.
• Most feared
for some are
EMOTION reluctant
PHYSICAL and
(tangible AL (intuitive unprepared
aspect) SELF-CONCEPT aspect) to manage.
• Illusive and
deceptive.
INTELLECTU
AL (conscious
aspect) • It directs the other 2
aspects.
• Put a strong emphasis • Learns what to do and
• Spent more time and communicates the
money in enhancing information
• Provides a place to • What it believes the body
house the spirit and manifests or acts on, and
the mind the emotions feel or respond
with.
Personal
Portfolio Output No. 4
with Reflection