The Character Components are the building blocks of our character, a foundation upon all talents, skills, character traits and flaws are residing. There are altogether five Character Components:
INTELLECT Component (Mind & Learning)
BODY Component (Ego & Networking)
OUTPUT Component (Creativity & Ideas)
WEALTH Component (Money & Sex drive)
POWER Component (Career & Authority)
The Components, when combined together, are showing us our modus operandi – it gives us clues why we behave the way we do, what are our general goals and aspirations, and whether we have what it takes to achieve them.
Character Components are extensions, or a toolset, of Master Element (ME), and can be divided into three groups.
INTELLECT and BODY belong to the Support group, they are providing strength, stability, and knowledge to Master Element.
WEALTH and POWER belong to Goal group, they represent ME’s aspirations. Essentially, all humans are striving towards these two Components. Either we want to have enough money to live comfortably and be financially independent and provide for our families, or we want to have a position in society so that we can introduce our ideas and initiate change. If both of these goals are unattainable, due to a bad chart setup, the person will have great difficulties to achieve success and will have to rely on others for basic living needs.
OUTPUT Component represents a Creative Process, and it acts as a glue between the Support and Goal group. The OUTPUT is rather essential because it represents our ability to present our skills and ideas. Without OUTPUT, it’s quite hard to make that bridge towards WEALTH and POWER, although, in some rare cases it is possible if other chart conditions are met.
Below is visually shown the general dynamic between Components, where ME is using INTELLECT and/or BODY Components to obtain WEALTH and/or POWER, with help of OUTPUT.
The dynamic between these Components is explained further in our Talent Bridge section.