Pseudomorph-Scale (PMS)

The PMS is a psychometric measurement instrument to identify gaps and contradictions in your “reality construct”. 

The relationship between our reality construct and its connectivity between knowledge, experience, and wisdom is a complex interplay that shapes our understanding of the world and influences our decision-making. Let’s break down this relationship:

  1. Reality Construct:

    • Our “reality construct” refers to our individual and collective perception of the world and how we interpret and make sense of it. It’s influenced by our beliefs, values, cultural background, education, and personal experiences.
  2. Knowledge:

    • Knowledge encompasses facts, information, and understanding that we acquire through learning and observation. It forms the foundation of our reality construct. We build our perception of reality based on what we know.
  3. Experience:

    • Experience refers to the direct encounters and interactions we have with the world. It includes personal encounters, emotions, and events that shape our perception. Experience adds depth and context to our knowledge.
  4. Wisdom:

    • Wisdom goes beyond knowledge and experience. It involves the ability to apply knowledge and experience judiciously to make sound decisions and solve complex problems. Wisdom is often associated with insight, discernment, and a deep understanding of human nature and the world.

Now, let’s explore the relationships:

  • Knowledge and Reality Construct:

    • Knowledge forms the foundation of our reality construct. What we know, or believe to be true, shapes how we perceive and interpret the world. It provides the framework for understanding and categorizing our experiences.
  • Experience and Reality Construct:

    • Experience adds richness and nuance to our reality construct. It’s through our experiences that we validate or challenge our knowledge. Positive or negative experiences can influence our beliefs and values, leading to shifts in our reality construct.
  • Wisdom and Reality Construct:

    • Wisdom plays a crucial role in navigating and shaping our reality construct. It involves the ability to synthesize knowledge and draw upon relevant experiences to make informed and balanced decisions. Wise individuals may have a more nuanced and adaptable reality construct.
  • Connectivity between Knowledge, Experience, and Wisdom:

    • The connectivity between these elements is dynamic. Knowledge informs our understanding, experience enriches it, and wisdom guides our actions. Wisdom is the product of reflecting on knowledge and experience and learning from them.
  • Iterative Process:

    • The relationship between knowledge, experience, and wisdom is often an iterative process. We acquire knowledge, apply it in real-life situations (experience), reflect on the outcomes, and gain wisdom. This cycle continues as we grow and learn.
  • Influence on Reality Construct:

    • Collectively, knowledge, experience, and wisdom shape our reality construct. Our perception of the world is not static; it evolves as we acquire new knowledge, have different experiences, and gain wisdom.

In summary, our reality construct is a dynamic and evolving framework influenced by the interplay between knowledge, experience, and wisdom. Each element contributes to our understanding of the world, and their connectivity guides our perceptions, beliefs, and decisions. Wisdom, in particular, plays a critical role in discerning how to apply knowledge and experience effectively in the complexities of our reality.


Check out our free “Pseudomorph Scale” to find out how conscious you are in decision making and problem solving processes. 

The test is currently only available in German language. We will release other language versions shortly.