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The 10 skills of the Knowledge Wheel®

Creative and physical skills

Musical knowledge – wise about melodies and time
Musical knowledge is the ability to use rhythms, tones and melodies.
 
Spatial knowledge – wise about images and space
Spatial knowledge is the ability to see and express parts of the spatial universe
so that others can understand them

 
Physical knowledge – wise about body signals
Physical knowledge is the ability to use the body to express emotion and ideas
and the ability to read other people's body language.


Specific and objective skills

Mathematical knowledge – wise about figures
Mathematical knowledge is the ability to apply mathematics in practice and
to juggle with figures and geometry.

 
Natural knowledge – wise about nature and the forces of nature
Natural knowledge is an ability to decode natural forces and to understand
how nature affects our lives.

 
Linguistic knowledge – wise about words
Linguistic knowledge is the ability to think as speech, use words and possess
an ability to learn new words and new languages

 

Personal and social skills

Personal knowledge – wise about oneself
Personal knowledge is the ability to understand oneself and to understand
why you act the way you do.

 
Social knowledge – wise about ourselves and relationships
Social knowledge is the ability to understand and differentiate between
other people's moods and emotions and cooperating with them.

 
Intuitive knowledge – wise about being intuitive
Intuitive knowledge is the ability intuitively to sense what will probably happen,
to sense what other people are thinking and to follow other people's trains of thought.

 
Existential knowledge – wise about life
Existential knowledge is the ability to observe and recognise situations/events.
This also includes weighing up and finding a balance in ethical, aesthetic and religious issues.