DeepWord Meanings

Wavelength

What is the message maker’s principal concern?

Their message is identified as being in one of five stages that relate to the decision-making sequence. It will be tagged as “noting and informing”, “analyzing and appraising”, “knowing and believing”, “feeling and expressing”, or “moving and changing.”

Note that each stage of the decision-making sequence links to the next. The final stage is about taking action.

Silent Stance

What is the message maker’s standpoint? How open are they to other points of view? How closed are they to other ideas?

Silent Stance measures how certain the message maker is.

Message Mood

Which emotions are openly expressed through the message maker’s tone?

The Message Mood shows how the message maker presents themselves. It records the overt expression of feelings.

Deep Down

What are the message maker’s deeper feelings and motivations?

Deep Down is the deepest and most subtle of measurements. It shows what is driving the message maker. It gives an insight into the power of DeepWord and Infra Language.

What do DeepWord’s responses mean?

accepting: open-hearted
accommodating: willing and open
admiring: feeling positive about someone
angry: feeling negative and irritated
animated: energized and expressive
anxious: uncertain and worried
appreciative: grateful and accepting
assertive: sure and directed
attentive: focused and interested
bad-tempered: angry about many things
boorish: insensitive and socially clumsy
bored: uninterested and feeling negative
candid: open and unrestrained
categorical: certain and definitive
combative: aggressive and belligerent
concerned: focused and worried
considerate: open and polite
contented: comfortable and contained
convinced: influential and meaningful

deliberate: focused and understanding
depressed: negative and inactive
despairing: without hope and without energy
determined: focused on action and willpower
dignified: formal and upright
disdainful: distant and negative
disgusted: negative and judgmental|
distant: cold and uninterested
distracted: unfocused and uninterested
docile: comfortable and positive
eager: positive and slightly anxious
envious: desiring but negative
expectant: hoping without certainty
fearful: expectant and worried
fickle: uncaring and unfocused
fiery: angry and belligerent
flat: unemotional and uninterested
focused: engaged and determined
forthright: clear and direct
frenzied: agitated and undirected
frustrated: unable to complete a desired outcome
good-natured: sunny and open-minded
grumpy: mildly unhappy with everything
happy: positive and expressive
in awe: frozen by something intensely huge
influential: able to change other people
keen: focused and energized
moody: unpredictably emotional
painstaking: nitpicking and focused
panicky: extremely anxious and unfocused
passionate: emotionally and energetically aligned
passive: immovable and inexpressive
patient: enduring and strategic
perturbed: emotionally uncertain
pleasant: open and polite
polite: following the norms of social interaction
protective: concerned and paternalistic
proud: haughty and sure
purposeful: focused and active
rational: thoughtful and deliberate
realistic: focused on evidence and commonsense
regretful: negatively emotional and focused on the past
remorseful: feeling negative and guilty
resentful: antagonistic and envious
resolute: sure and unchanging
sad: pervasively negative emotionally
scornful: negative and scathing
serious: sober and unyielding
shy: weak and self-protective
smart: competent and confident
spirited: energized and emotionally exuberant
spiteful: attacking and negative
steadfast: unchanging and loyal
submissive: subdued and accepting
emphatic: decided and certain
tolerant: open and accepting of difference
trusting: submissive and yielding
uncharitable: snide and unforgiving
uncomfortable: disturbed and slightly distressed
unyielding: decided and unforgiving
vigilant: observant and protective

wary: uncertain and concerned

 

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