2.18 Your Specific Emotional Coefficient On The Scale Of Consciousness

How To Identify Your Emotional StrengthLevel On The Scale Of Consciousness

“Its quietness was the quietness of strength. And the eyes were those of one who had walked through many a dark valley without flinching.”

Peter O’Donnell

The Emotional Coefficient measurement identifies  your  “level  of  performance”.  This  measurement, a  two  digit number, should be at one-tenth of  the  Mental Potential measurement for perfect correlation. In the case of 99% of humanity, individuals are not properly correlated and there is a huge disparity between their potential and their actual expressions or actions. They simply  are not performing at level indicated by their potential.

It is in this emotional level that everyone has trouble with. Since practically no one has an emotional level as high as it should be, almost everyone is short of the emotional energy that makes it possible for them to live their lives the way they would like to.

Your Emotional Strength number not only identifies your level of operating  performance, but also the quality of emotional energy you exert through your awareness. This measurement also provides insight into how your emotional level may distort your perceptions of reality.

In an effort to explain the effect of a low Emotional Coefficient, I can use the analogy of a light bulb. Within a light bulb in which one wire was loose, the light might be dim, might flicker, or otherwise fail to emit the steady amount of light it was capable of. Another illustration would be to compare the expression of an unbalanced person to the light from a three-way bulb, which, while  having the  potential for radiating bright light, may only be radiating light at an intermediate level. So it is for a person who doesn’t have their position on the scale co-ordinated properly with their emotional strength. They truly seem to KNOW that they are not expressing as they should and incur all kinds of problems.

There are certain patterns of performance based upon the  specific Emotional Strength levels. I will describe some of the basic patterns that have been found for people at every level of the Emotional Strength levels. In all brackets, with each higher number, there is an increase in the capacity, strength or ability to express within that bracket. 


A number of principles apply to everyone with an Emotional Coefficient that is lower than it should be.

Regardless of your position on the Scale Of Consciousness, an inability to fully use your potential capacity can cause frustration. At some level in your consciousness, there is an awareness of the fact that you are not performing as you sense you could. This sense of frustration may be strong except that your mind has the ability to constantly divert your attention toward other ideas, as if it doesn’t want you to catch on that you are not living at your true performance.You may feel scattered and restless, and have a gnawing sensation that something is missing from your life. In some cases, the frustration may be powerful enough to cause such great stress and that you  eventually get physically sick. Note that a  form of neurosis can develop if you are working below your proper Emotional Strength level, as well as when you are out of synch with your level on the Scale Of Conciseness.

An important point to bear in mind is that this applies when the Emotional Strength level is below 30.0 and the position on the Scale Of Consciousness is in the range above where it should be. For such people, this causes a considerable degree of dissatisfaction because at some base level, they KNOW they should be living in a mind-oriented  state of consciousness, rather than the  emotional state which regularly distorts their expressions. There is also a distortion in their awareness of facts and their overall awareness of the world. 

People feel inadequate in many of their activities, interpret events emotionally, see things that are out of sync with reality, and vacillate about many things. The higher the position they are on the Scale Of Consciousness the more they sense these factors and feel inadequate.

Note that at every numerical position on the Scale Of Consciousness that there is the possibility of finding and fulfilling your life’s purpose. Nevertheless, someone with a low Emotional Strength for their own position on the Scale Of Consciousness seems to never really be content  with life. The receiving set in the person’s mind  is  continuously tuning in to the wrong things caused by their emotional limitations. 

Statlc enters their consciousness through ideas or attitudes toward life. To a great degree these ideas and  attitudes are the same everyone has with the same  Emotional Strength level. How one reacts to this in daily life is usually tempered by their position on the Scale of Consciousness. Some people try to ignore the broad level of static they are receiving, while others try to transmute such reactions (this  can  get  to  be exhausting). Still others, with higher Scale Of Consciousness numerical levels, seek to control them, since they know that there is an insufficient basis in reality for letting their emotional reactions get the best of them. 

With a low Emotional Strength level, an individual repeats  and reinforces emotional patterns that they have built into their “emotional-oriented” mind since childhood. The result is that they will always have certain habit patterns established in their “emotional-oriented” mind nature which repeat the same mistakes over and over. Often these will be negative responses to the events of life.

While people with a low Emotional Coefficient may  believe that their conscious mind is controlling their interpretations, perceptions and reactions, they are, in fact,  governed as much as 90% of the time by these strengthened habits or behavior patterns of the  “emotional-oriented” mind.

The influence of the “emotional-oriented” mind on the conscious mind may make it difficult for the conscious mind to be receptive to the Higher Mind. This influence can be such that the conscious mind may be stubborn or obstinate in accepting knowledge from the Higher Mind, thereby often denying the higher knowledge that could be available from that source. 

In summary, individuals with a low Emotional Strength level react in a different way than those who have a higher Emotional Coefficient.

Many people might identify themselves with some of the  descriptions that follow. Don’t be rough on yourself if your Emotional Coefficient is lower than you wish it were. Most people walking the face of the Earth have the same problem. Instead, feel a sense of relief that such patterns are normal for people with your position on the Scale Of Consciousness. Also, know that your Emotional  Strength level can also be brought into alignment with your position on the Scale Of Consciousness by performing the daily visualization exercise that I’m sharing. What you are today is not how you need be a year now. Seemingly incredible changes are within your realm of possibility.


Approximately 1% of humanity has an Emotional Strength Level of 17.0 or lower and that when in this stage, physical as well as emotional accomplishments are limited. Those with this low of an Emotional Strength level usually lack sufficient physical energy to carry on all the normal activities expected of them. If they work 8 hours a  day, they have a recurring feeling of being tired and say that they often need to rest to undertake additional activities. 

People with this emotional level feel that every step seems to be an effort – as though they are pulling a ball and chain. Some have an emotional sense of self-doubt that sometimes approaches fear.They often feel that they are doormats for the world to walk on.

These people frequently need support as they apply for a job or undertake any ventures. Their self-doubt may contribute to a tendency to be the first to arrive at a workplace in the morning, and the last to leave at night. Furthermore they are reluctant to express their own opinions, or to challenge what others say. For these reasons, their friends and associates may consider them the best “emotionally balanced” person they know. Meanwhile, however, they are in great need of someone to lean on, whoever it might be. They tend to be most resentful of those on whom they lean on the most, and occasionally, individuals at this level can be  expected explode, expressing their resentment at the situation.

If the Emotional Strength level is 19.0 or below, I would not be surprised to find a disturbing pattern of avoiding responsibility, an inability to get along well with more adult or mature individuals and a tendency to blame someone else for any inability to perform. Those with this lower emotional level could be found to be in the “JUVENILE” range.  


At this higher level of the Emotional Strength level, all aspects of life gradually improve. Effective responsibility though is still below the individual’s position on the Scale Of Consciousness, but is nevertheless on the upswing. Above 20.0 the individual shows a limited ability to manage or supervise groups; at 24.0 on the scale the ability to take responsibility for others and to supervise large numbers of people becomes evident.

People who have an Emotional Strength of around 20.0 tend to have difficulty controlling their own emotions. For example, if they are with a group where everyone feels wonderful, they will have difficulty controlling their own emotional climates. For example, if they are with a group where everyone feels wonderful, they will  feel wonderful too. But if they are with people who are angry, down hearted, or are in any other negative state, they will reflect a similar level of emotions. Many have so little control over their emotional state that they feel like they are like chips of wood about to be whipped about by the sea. Many people with positions on the Scale Of Consciousness above 395 perceive this tendency in  themselves and consciously avoid being with people who express negativity.

In the entire bracket between 20.0 and 24.0 indecision is common. Those at this level may make inappropriate decisions, yet still feel they’ve chosen wisely, which results in annoyance followed by guilt and rationalization. They tend to live in a state of confusion, with much of their time spent worrying about “what might happen” no matter what they do. Such people may constantly examine their feelings, seeking ways to improve. Another ability that improves when increasing on the levels within this range is that of expressing compassionate love, understanding, and support of others.


The range between 25.0 and 29.0 brings a new dynamic forward and an instinctive pattern of increased maturity. From 25.0 and up this level person can be an extremely responsible broad supervisor. People at this level of the scale express more self-confidence and greater stability. They operate with incredible smoothness, maintaining a reputation for being stable, reliable and  cooperative. They are the ones that make the world work.

At 25.0, the individual moves above the level at which people are run by guilt, fears, doubts, jealousy, envy or other strongly limiting emotional patterns. 

Nonetheless, people in this Emotional Strength level still see the world through their own emotionally colored glasses. Individuals  between 25.0 and 29.0 are radiant and have more vitality than those at lesser levels. But still, this group experiences that haunting, nagging feeling that something is missing. Since they are often impatient, angry, and resentful at not being recognized or acknowledged adequately, a considerable amount of their emotional energy goes into these feelings and attitudes, causing some confusion, discomfort and self doubt.

To everyone else, these people appear successful in everything they do. But within themselves, they feel dissatisfied because they can’t seem to make their lives work the way they know they  should or to express their potential more productively. 


A  measurement above 30.0 reflects a major jump in ability, effective performance and clear perception. The distortions experienced by emotional levels in the 20.0-29.0 bracket are gone.

Less than 1% of all people are 30.0 or above on the Emotional Strength level scale. A person with a measurement in this range  rarely experiences any form of emotional limitation. There is now increased breadth of power, as well.

They realize tremendous success in life as far as the outside world is concerned. They possess a new level of the expression of well poised centeredness, self-control, effectiveness, and maturity. They have eliminated fears, worry, anxiety, and the pattern of playing old tapes and instead take on crystal clear thinking. 

They also have a deep inner awareness that things they want to do will be accomplished. We can expect people here to successfully handle their career and concurrently carry on additional  activities, such as participating in social and non-career efforts.

We can expect them to be leaders in their professions, and leaders in any other activities in which they are engaged. With each increase in number, there is a further  broadening of management skills and greater effectiveness in all activities. 

People with an Emotional Strength level between 36.0 and 39.0 manifest their intent in a way that others find unusual. For example, when a person with this measurement requests  an associate to take some action, the associate finds that even an action they thought unfeasible seems to work! It’s as if the person with the 39.0 Emotional Strength level radiates an energy that makes their intention happen. Furthermore, when such an individual strongly feels that everyone in their group should undertake some activity, the probability is that the group will gravitate in the direction of the 39.0 person’s wishes. The great support they receive to make all of their endeavors effective gives people at this Emotional Strength level a strong sense of success in all that they do. 

Stress for people at this level is tied to the very power inherent in the personality of an individual who measures 30.0 and above.  Individuals may overestimate their abilities and put an intensity of energy into their expectations which may drive these people beyond their actual capabilities. If they are dissatisfied with any area of their life, they can put a great deal of energy into these areas of dissatisfaction, thereby increasing the intensity of any  problem. Such intensity can cause disturbance for them both  physically and emotionally.


There is  limited  knowledge about  those who were born with an Emotional Strength level of 40.0 or above.