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Imagine each of these buildings is a person — what’s their personality like?
A pyramid person might be solid, tough, immovable, stubborn, content with their station in life, and not like to change or be changed.
A cathedral person might be moral, well-organized, contemplative, fragile, and melancholy.
A skyscraper person might be ambitious, adventurous, open-minded, indecisive (skyscrapers are designed to literally sway with the wind), and materialistic.
Like buildings, people have a certain “architecture,” a distinct approach to distributing the loads they need to carry.
For a building, those loads are physical — walls, ceilings, furniture, people. For a person, the load is emotional — hopes, dreams, stresses, traumas, desires, fears.
Your emotional architecture is the way you carry the psychological weight of being alive.