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Unpacking the Self Vince Saniel, LPT

Unpacking the Self

Unpacking the Self Vince Saniel, LPT

Vince Saniel, LPT

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Spiritua

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Political

Political

Physica

Physica

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Digital

Digital

Sexual

Sexual

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Physical Self

Physical Self  Refers to the body. Physical Extremities and Internal Organs.  Functions include: 

Refers to the body. Physical Extremities and Internal Organs. Functions include:

Breathing Walking Eating Sleeping Etc.

The body’s ability to perform gradually changes.

Adolescence

Begins with the onset of puberty. Characterized by rapid physical changes. Includes maturation of the reproductive system.

Adolescence  Begins with the onset of puberty.  Characterized by rapid physical changes.  Includes

Life Span - Refers to the development from conception to death.

Life Span - Refers to the development from conception to death. Stages of LIFE SPAN (According

Stages of LIFE SPAN

(According to Elizabeth B. Hurlock)

Prenatal

fertilization to birth

Infancy

birth to 2 weeks of life

Babyhood –

2 weeks of life to 2 nd year

Early Childhood

2-6 years old

Late Childhood

6-10 or 12 years old

Puberty

10 or 12 to 14 years old

Adolescence – Early Adulthood Middle Adulthood

14-18 years old 18 to 40 years old

40 to 60 years old

Late Adulthood or Senescence –

60 to death

Theories of Physical Self

Theories of Physical Self

Chinese believes that the “Face” is a three dimensional reflection of “who we are and how

Chinese believes that the “Face” is a three dimensional reflection of “who we are and how life has affected us”.

Five Element Theory

(Quick Profile of each Element)

Five Element Theory (Quick Profile of each Element) WOOD Confident Wood type people enjoys and does

WOOD

Confident

Wood type people enjoys and does well under pressure and like to be the first, best and only. But they can become impatient, intolerant and have volatile emotions. They are susceptible to headaches, muscle spasms, high blood pressure, nerve inflammations, migratory pain.

Five Element Theory

(Quick Profile of each Element)

Five Element Theory (Quick Profile of each Element) FIRE Uplifting Fire type people loves sensation, drama,

FIRE

Uplifting

Fire type people loves sensation, drama, and sentiment. They like to be hot, bright, vibrant and believes in the power of charisma and desire. However, they are susceptible to anxiety, agitation frenzy, bizarre perceptions, nervous exhaustion and insomnia.

Five Element Theory

(Quick Profile of each Element)

Five Element Theory (Quick Profile of each Element) EARTH Compassionate Earth type people wants to be

EARTH

Compassionate

Earth type people wants to be involved and needed. They seek harmony, togetherness and insist upon loyalty, security and predictability. However, they tend to worry, self-doubt and are overprotective. They are susceptible to lethargy, unruly appetites, water retention and muscle tenderness.

Five Element Theory

(Quick Profile of each Element)

Five Element Theory (Quick Profile of each Element) METAL Zen Metal type people likes definition, structure

METAL

Zen

Metal type people likes definition, structure and discipline. They respect virtue, discretion, authority and seek to live according to reason and principle. However, they are seen as indifferent, strict, formal, distant and unnatural. They are susceptible to stiff joints and muscles, dry skin & hair and are sensitive to climate.

Five Element Theory

(Quick Profile of each Element)

Five Element Theory (Quick Profile of each Element) WATER Philosopher Water type people are clever, introspective,

WATER

Philosopher

Water type people are clever, introspective, seek knowledge and like to remain hidden, enigmatic and anonymous. However, they are seen as isolated, lonely, tactless and unforgiving. They are susceptible to the hardening of arteries, deterioration of teeth and gums, and backaches.

Excess or Deficiency in any of the four bodily fluids in a person influences their Personality, Temperament and Well Being.

Excess or Deficiency in any of the four bodily fluids in a person influences their Personality,

The Wisdom of your Face

(Jean Haner)

The Wisdom of your Face (Jean Haner) Hospitable &Tactful Perfectionist, tend to be Aggressive Friendly, kindhearted,

Hospitable

&Tactful

Perfectionist, tend to be Aggressive

Friendly,

kindhearted,

selfless

Witty,

Analytical,

Patient, Intuitive by nature

Detail oriented, like to be in control

“Through appearances, an individual is able to show others the kind of person he or she is.”

BODY IMAGE

Refers to how individuals perceive, think and feel about their body and physical appearance Related to Self-Esteem

- DeLamater & Myers 2012

“Through appearances, an individual is able to show others the kind of person he or she

APPEARANCE

Refers to everything about a person that others can observe such as height, skin color, clothes and hairstyle.

Importance of Beauty

Importance of Beauty
Egyptian Art: Renaissance Period: Medieval Age: (Tribes / Africa) slim high waist Full figure chubby narrow

Egyptian Art:

Egyptian Art: Renaissance Period: Medieval Age: (Tribes / Africa) slim high waist Full figure chubby narrow

Renaissance

Period:

Egyptian Art: Renaissance Period: Medieval Age: (Tribes / Africa) slim high waist Full figure chubby narrow

Medieval Age:

(Tribes / Africa)

slim high waist

Full figure

chubby

narrow hips

rounded hips

fat

long black

plump

hair

woman

Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines
Malaysia,
Indonesia,
Philippines

used to consider Flat nose

Importance of Beauty

Tattooing Body Modification Makeup Cosmetic Surgery

Tattooing

Body Modification

Makeup

Tattooing Body Modification Makeup Cosmetic Surgery
Tattooing Body Modification Makeup Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic Surgery

“Don’t judge a book by its cover.”

Ways to improve body image and inner Self:

  • 1. Smile a lot

  • 2. Take good care of your health

  • 3. Live a well balanced life

  • 4. Dress well and be neat

  • 5. Spend some time alone to reflect

  • 6. Be creative and do something new all the time

  • 7. Develop a wholesome attitude towards sex

“Don’t judge a book by its cover.”  Ways to improve body image and inner Self:
  • 8. Avoid temptations

  • 9. Respect individuality

    • 10. Make friends

    • 11. Face your fears

    • 12. Be independent

    • 13. Accept things as they are

    • 14. Ask and listen

    • 15. Think positive

    • 16. Pray

    • 17. Count your blessings

    • 18. Be thankful