Outside of its own existence or "source", life is only recognized through some form of expression or "dynamic". A living organism experiences its own life from the internal dynamics of its own being, something not observable from outside – in the absence of an expression or dynamic. Under this definition, there cannot be vitality (life) with no internal or external expression.
- The five senses
- The organ of speech
- The mind
The table below summaries the vitalities, living beings possess in accordance to their senses.
|Senses||Number of vitalities||Vitalities|
||Four||Sense organ of touch, strength of body or energy, respiration, and life-duration|
||Six||The sense of taste and the organ of speech in addition to the former four|
||Seven||Addition of the sense of smell|
||Eight||Addition of the sense of sight|
||Nine||Addition of the sense of hearing (Without Mind)|
In the context of urban planning, that vitality of a place is its capacity to grow or develop its liveliness and level of economic activity.