Body, Feeling, Will, and Intellect make up the Tools of Maturity. Each has a particular period of childhood where it is best developed. The highest expression of each aspect follows.
Physical Energy and Control: development and care for the body for the long-term; relating to life by moving, acting, and expression through the body
Emotional Calmness and Expansiveness: the ability to harness and channel turbulent emotions and to be in touch with one’s own calm, sensitive feeling as an invaluable tool of understanding; relating to life by feeling harmony, enjoying friendship, and through the arts and music
Dynamic and Persistent Will Power: the ability to focus one’s energies towards overcoming obstacles and achieving success; relating to life by changing the outcome of events, mastering challenges, and accomplishing goals
Clear, Practical Intellect: clarity of thought; relating to life through thinking, learning, and understanding