The diagnostic evaluation by the Ido.World-procedure treats the following six fundamental areas of human life.
I) Self-orientation: In space & time.
In this area, it is possible to identify the current state of the mental and/or physical movement and thereby the spatiotemporal orientation capability. This is fundamental to be able to speak about an existential drive. Depending on whether an excess or an insufficiency predominates, it is necessary to accurately adjust a conduct to avoid or reduce overloads/underloads, since both can generate exhaustion over time and thus, carry the risk of degenerative enervation.
II) Circle of concerns: Apprehensions & fears.
This topic (to which e.g. the well-known isolation fear belongs) presents itself, depending on the individual, in various levels of repression. This includes general crisis of confidence in oneself or in other people, diffuse fears towards the environment (usually coupled with allegedly efficient defense mechanisms, phobias (focused fears directed towards certain things), allergies (excessive defense reactions towards all possible influences) and rheumatic forms (signs of inflammatory and/or already degenerative appearances on the entire organism). The further or deeper (death) fears are repressed, the more destructive the psychophysical implications can be.
III) Longing: Chemical regulation of needs.
The area regarding this subject treats the evaluation of the personal psychical and physical metabolic balance. The chemical household is very dynamic and must be constantly adjusted and balanced. Acute fluctuations are normal every now and then. If a biological imbalance remains chronic (e.g. the acids/bases ratio), it can be assumed that it is a matter of underuse or overstrain with consecutive symptoms. Such indications require specific analysis for the diverse types of needs and cravings.
IV) Claim to power: Delimitation & control.
This field is concerned with the evaluation of oneself or with that of the environment. According to it, how powerful is an individual towards others? Naturally, conflicts such as delimitation problems, loss of control or compulsive behavior can emerge out of this. It often fuels misunderstandings, injustices, strife and conflict. After all, power has to do with dominance and/or submission. If one recognizes the corresponding correlations, counterproductive feelings of meaninglessness (powerlessness) or arrogance (superiority) can be deliberately tackled and at best, neutralized.
V) Relationship matters: relatives, entrusted people, friends and acquaintances.
Hereby is diagnosed the potential inside the closer relationships network of a person. This involves attachment figures, such as parents, siblings or children, as well as close partners. Further distant relatives or non-relatives with a close relationship are also included here (e.g. adoptive parents). Genetic indications also play a role, although it can be secondary. The intensity of the influence throughout the childhood is determining. All this results in the different behavioral structures and approaches on how a person conducts partnership relations.
VI) Social role: In profession & leisure.
This is the diverse area treating the cultural interconnection of a personality. One learns here how the individual constellation manifests itself in connection with territorial expectations (this is the case for geographical, climatic, spatial and social preferences of an individual). This knowledge can be constructively applied throughout the day-to-day life directly, both on the professional aspect and on leisure activities.