Choose your Path wisely — The 7 Life Paths Theory
Are your beliefs, culture and lifestyle choices keeping you on the wrong path? How to change to the best one for you?
Imagine if all your decisions were predicted, if all your choices always followed a pattern and if your will was attributed to one strict path you’ve been walking unconsciously. Somehow, in a world that has been changing constantly, still to this day, this is how humans live and work without even noticing. Our lives, personalities, families, cultures, beliefs and experiences throw us into one primary path and changing to the other path seems like an almost impossible task to do, but change begins with knowledge, and this article may be the first step to seeing the path you’re walking on.
In this journey, we delve into the “Paths of Life,” offering insights into the choices individuals make and the profound impact these paths have on their lives, decisions, and destinies. We tend to walk many sub-branches of the primary Path, taking a more prolonged effort and time to truly embark on a full different one.
1. The Path of Preservation
This is the path of those who cherish and protect what they have. Rooted in the values of preservation, these individuals navigate life’s waters with the conviction that traditions are the threads that bind society. They work diligently to secure their livelihood, focusing on building families and acquiring material possessions. Like guardians of cultural heritage, they protect and nurture, seeking comfort in the familiar. This path is irrigated in Religion, Tradition, Legacy and Familiar Values. More than 40% of the population follow this path, walking sub-branches of itself, such as:
- The Path of Security: Protecting all you built and matters to you.
- The Path of Religion: Following a life dedicated fully to a religion (Nuns, for example).
- The Path of Legacy: Focused on building for those coming after you, mostly aiming at families.
- The Path of Tradition: Those who seek to keep culture alive and enjoy the traditions of their ancestors.