Personality is a complex thing to understand. But what if we have some personality frameworks to get an idea about it? Is it really possible? Let’s find out.
“What is the most significant thing about an individual that separates him from the rest?”
“What is the bottom line of the uniqueness we have as an individual in a community?”
To be honest, this is a subject of very detailed analysis. However, we do not have to dive deep into it as everyone has unique qualities inside them. Besides, it is where our individualistic traits lie.
It is our character or personality traits that help us stand out in a community.
But, personality traits are too complex to be understood or harnessed. Besides, it is also very tedious to handle these traits. However, some individuals are unique and have different preferences and opinions.
In other words, some individuals can consider multiple possibilities and be decisive at the same time. Hence, these individuals are considered ‘walking contradictions’ among society, and nobody knows or understands them.
Moreover, our choices and decisions differ with personality traits, which is necessary to create a balance between various factions of life. As a result, this balance is relevant to consider truths in our society that stem from perceptions and judgments.
But then, “How can we strike a balance between our perceptional and judgmental nature, and what helps us in creating one?”
Well, to answer that, let us unveil the subjectivity of our bilateral nature.
Understanding the complexity of our perceptions and judgments in personality frameworks:
No doubt, sir.
Personality traits are too complex to understand and comprehend for any individual. Further, it takes a lot of self-awareness to grasp your intrapersonal knowledge. Above all, it is not even easy to judge yourself based on your experiences.
However, what we do not know is, “Why our personality traits so complex for us to understand, and what makes them so important to us?”
The answer lies in the conclusions that we have adopted as a part of our self.
Yes, to sum up, it is the conclusions about our perceptions and judgments. But it doesn’t mean that we should try to improvise or strategize everything. To clarify, it is rational to say that we face certain situations that help us to mature with time.
Consequently, we misrepresent this maturity as hypocrisy, i.e., contradicting one’s opinions about a situation that comes off as fake and manipulative. However, the best part is that without our contradicting traits, we can’t survive in this world.
The complex maturity influencing personality frameworks:
Unfortunately, this is reality. Hence, we cannot survive in this world without opposing our core values. Moreover, everyone has rigidity concerning their principles or beliefs. Besides, they are loyal to them until they realize that they are just limiting themselves to the inevitable process of evolution.
In other words, contradicting our traits help us to see two sides of the same coin. Hence, a person who is a high minded idealist can also be a street smart survivor keeping his principles and beliefs aside without even regretting it.
In conclusion, it is necessary to turn to the opposite side to deal with complex situations. Besides, it gives us the benefit of considering facts that might seem insignificant to us.
Therefore, to unleash our hidden abilities, we have to acknowledge the maturity to use them efficiently and productively.
Effects of the emotions and logic upon our personality frameworks:
Yes, unsurprisingly, emotions and logic affect our personality frameworks.
For instance, our personality traits depend on our emotions and logic to a degree where we adopt the logical and moral principles. Moreover, we stay true to ourselves without offending others in this process.
So, by adopting such principles, we unveil the layers of uncertainty that exist in the complex structure of our personality traits.
The existence of emotional and logical frameworks:
But, “How does the existence of these frameworks influence our perceptions and judgments?”
Well, what if we say that the existence of a logical and emotional framework is responsible for determining our perceiving and judging traits? Further, they also help in shaping our core personality.
That makes sense.
As a result, they influence the way we accept data or information from the external or sensory environment through various filtration processes of values and logic.
In other words, these frameworks are similar to rules or guidelines that develop through various experiences undergone by an individual. Besides, it is also a guide to logic, principles, and values.
While this helps us in many ways, yet absorbing information from external agents requires a slow and rigorous process of contemplation. Meanwhile, it is accompanied by the validation of logical and emotional frameworks.
For instance, when we gain information regarding an act or a new rule from the government, we often try to accept it by understanding its present and future implications, which are accompanied by questions such as,
“What is this rule about and how is it going to affect us? Whether it is morally right or wrong?”
Therefore, it is due to the approval of these frameworks that the new information is accepted. Besides, both work together in this process. Hence, if the information is rejected by one of them, it will not be acceptable by the other too.
The inconsistencies in personality frameworks to determine our perceptions and judgments:
Inconsistencies exist as a part of our emotional and logical loopholes.
Most importantly, they are the unnoticeable imperfections while analyzing our environment ethically or efficiently. However, it doesn’t mean that they limit us or hinder our potential to understand situations; these inconsistencies are relevant as they help us learn through various experiences over a lifetime.
So, “How do the inconsistencies exist in our frameworks, and how do these manifest in our personality traits?”
To answer that, we need to inspect the places where we are inconsistent in absorbing and accepting information.
Sometimes, people have unique views on the same concepts. But does that mean they are wrong? No, we have unique ways of absorbing information, so the ways of accepting it are also different.
In other words, the emotional and logical systems are highly personal. Besides, some people are cerebral, while others hold their values high. Hence, the perceptions and judgments differ with the very nature of an individual.
However, this can also become a hurdle while considering other’s views and perspectives. As a result, unnecessary adherence to one’s emotions and logic can be tough to handle.
But things do not end here, as his perceptions are indirectly responsible for his judgments. Moreover, ‘Irrational perceptions produce irrational judgments’ that are biased in the long run and only consider individual values as paramount.
In conclusion, this causes misunderstandings and conflicts, resulting in unnecessary turmoil.
To sum up, understanding personality traits is not an easy task for the common folk. Sometimes, it is tough to analyze the ‘rigidity’ and ‘adaptability’ of our emotions and logic. Moreover, it is hard to accept new information when it threatens the internal emotional and logical frameworks.
However, through constant introspection, one can gain control over rational and irrational behaviour to see the situations from multiple perspectives without threatening emotional and logical systems and base judgments which are impartial and reasonable.