## Components

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 Physical D E M W 4 Mental A G H J L N P 7 Emotional B I 0 R S T X Z 8 Intuitive C F K Q U V Y 7

Calculate the Temperament by placing each letter of the name in its appropriate place in the Temperament table. For instance, Woodrow Wilson's birth name was:

 Physical MWDWW 5 Mental HALN 4 Emotional TOSOOROISO 10 Intuitive 0

Summarize the Temperament table information on one line: 5 Physical, 4 Mental, 10 Emotional, 0 Intuitive

The strong components significantly affect the disposition. The weak components also significantly affect the dispositionâ€” negatively, because of their lacks. The average components allow the energy related to their area of consciousness to develop, although the energy is not likely to be emphasized as much as the energy related to the strong components.

The strong components are:

The component with the largest number, and

Any other component with a number equal to at least

60% of the largest number.

The weak components are:

Any component with a number less than 25% of the largest number.

The average components are:

Any component with a number less than 60% of the largest number and 25 % or more of the largest number.

In Woodrow Wilson's example:

10 Emotional is the largest number. This is a strong component.

60% of 10 = .60 x 10 = 6 25% of 10 = .25 x 10 = 2.5

5 Physical is less than 6 and more than 2.5. This is an average component. 4 MeritĂ l is less than 6 and more than 2.5. This is an average component. 0 Intuitive is less than 2.5. This is a weak component.

Summarizing Wilson's relative component strengths:

10 Emotional 5 Physical 4 Mental 0 Intuitive

Calculating the components' strengths

Strong

Average Average

Weak

What's the effect of the relative component strengths? Here's Component a brief rundown: Descriptions