This representation of feeling-quality represents the third force of Being. Mankind has three minds or intellects which make up Being; they are intellectual being, physical being, and emotional being. Intellectual being is well-developed and man, and generally dominates human existence and interaction. It is the other two forms of being—physical being and emotional being—that generally go begging. The balance between the Dharma Hall and the Zen garden represent these two essential elements of Being which are, in a general sense, neglected: the body and the emotions. Emptying the body of mind and then moving into the emotional territory of the garden — which is an objective external invocation of beauty — provides the kind of food that is needed for the development of a balanced Being arising from all three parts.