What follows is a list of the exertion element pairings and the activity patterns they suggest. I'm trying to cut out the influence of the metabolism types, but I may not be initially successful. I want to thank labcoat for his analysis of exertion type as the world in which one lives, as the immediate product of one's own activities.
Starting with my own dominant pairing, FeNi.
This pairing sees the world as comprised of self-contained units that are always in motion. An example would be the concept of the physical body, which contains within it molecules, which contains within it atoms, which contains within it subatomic particles. Each of these complexes contain within them moving objects, their collective movements observed as the substance of time's flow. Just as beta decay happens in atoms, and mutations within cells, so do changes in the organization of a contained object affect the operation of their containing objects, which leads to changes within the containing objects and by extension, to the objects containing them. Effectively, this pairing witnesses the world as a series of ever smaller universes, each with their own mechanics and timelines.
This pairing observes a world of people and objects seeking fulfillment. Internal object dynamics are observed as the means of providing stimulus to stimulie. One such dynamic is the concept of nation: the nation exists as a form of collective identity that encourages people to look out for each other and provide for their mutual needs. A car engine is another such dynamic: the motion of the motor is the means by which gasoline gets to the engine, by which electricity gets to the ignition, and by which the person driving the car reaches their destination.
This pairing witnesses a world of structures whose natures delimit ranges of possibility. Because the world is a structure, the arrangement of the structure determines what is permitted and what isn't. Consider the concept of law as an inhibitor of activity. If a law exists forbidding the government from providing a service, then it stands to reason that one could not receive the service by means of the government. The existence of the structure makes the event of the government's performance of the service impossible. On the other hand, if the law states that the government can provide the service if it is requested, the government's performance of the service is, conditions permitting, imminently realizable.
This pairing sees a world of structures that possess the initiative of force. The quality of the structure determines the strength of the force. It is also indicative of whether or not the force may flow. Conditions on the exertion of force, including rules of combat and of physical restraint, belong to the considerations of this pairing.
This pairing lives in a world of stimulie seeking stimulus. Depending on whether the stimulie can receive their stimulus, various internal object dynamics may or may not be allowed to function. The concept of fertilization is an example: the sperm stimulus is received by the egg stimulie, which enables the internal phenomenon of life to transpire in the egg. Another example is the concept of sensation: if sensory stimulie receives positive stimulus, then the person possessing the sensory organs will have a positive experience of life.
In this pairing's reality, everything has a price. Depending on whether or not a required stimulus may be matched to a stimulie, it may or may not be possible to permit an exchange of information. Stimulie are perceived as communicative with other stimulie only in as much as they receive the stimulus the require.
This pairing observes reality as a web of relationships, each strand of which allows the transport of a stimulus to a stimulie. Without the required relationships, there can be no acquisition of required stimulus.
This pairing is witness to various products of the imagination. The existence of these products creates an impetus for their regulation by structure. Conversely, one can argue that without the products, the structures regulating them would not exist. A recent example of this pairing in action can be discerned in the backlash of American conservatives to Jessica Jackson's exposure of her breast during the SuperBowl. This event created an impetus for much more stringent regulations on public media, the like of which may not have been put in place had the event not occured.
This pairing observes various products of the imagination as triggers for different kinds of emotions. Depending on what one allows to happen, people may feel differently as regards their situation. The event of the Holocaust, for example, reviled and disgusted the Allies while giving a sense of peace and accomplishment to the Nazis. A more mundane example can be found in the feelings created by the advent, at last, of the wedding one has imagined for years, now finally come into fruition.
This pairing sees feeling as a trigger for force. Emotions may be observed as permissive or inhibitive of force. They are perceived as a means of its origin, and as conditions for its continued existence. Examples of this pairing at work can be discerned in the wills of nations to pursue war: fear equals war, while the waning of fear eventually leads to peace and the recession of armed force levels.
This pairing observes structure as the consequence of force. By exerting force, one can restructure the world as one chooses; all that is needed is enough strength to overcome the existing structure. The threat of force is equally perceived as a means of changing law and order.
This pairing is witness to the influence of force on feeling. The threat of force is observed as a means of producing feeling, and of arousing dormant motive forces into wakefulness. For all feelings that have been constellated, there is an energy at work setting them into motion. Simple examples of this pairing include the use of military might to intimidate nations, or the recollection of pleasant feelings when undertaking a favorite activity. More complex examples include the influence of the sun's rays on the balance of earth's ecosphere, and the use of wealth to stabilize an economy.
This pairing observes a world of thresholds whose passage is necessary for the creation of connections between objects. Only once a field of activity has reached "critical mass" may a vital relationship be established. By selectively increasing given quantities of energy, one can control the formation of relationships and choose what relationships will manifest.
This pairing is witness to "tipping points" that transpire when a certain threshold of activity is acheived within a field. Once this threshold is reached, the accumulated energy "spills" out of the field, creating a rush of emotional activity that is regulated by the dynamics of the receiving internal objects into a new subjective experience of reality.