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    Existing Situation:
    Works well in cooperation with others but is disinclined to take the leading role. Needs a personal life of mutual understanding and freedom from discord.

    Stress Sources:
    Physiological Interpretation:
    Stress arising from suppression of physical or sexual desires and insufficient consideration for bodily needs.

    Psychological Interpretation:
    The existing situation is disagreeable. Has an unsatisfied need to ally himself with others whose standards are as high as his own, and to stand out from the common herd. His control of his sensual instincts restricts his ability to give himself, but the resulting isolation leads to the urge to surrender and allow himself to merge with another. This disturbs him, as such instincts are regarded as weaknesses to be overcome; he feels that only by continued self-restraint can he hope to maintain his attitude of individual superiority. Wants to be loved or admired for himself alone; needs attention, recognition and the esteem of others.

    In Brief:
    Demands esteem as an exceptional individual.

    Restrained Characteristics:
    Circumstances are forcing him to compromise, to restrain his demands and hopes, and to forgo for the time being some of the things he wants.

    Desired Objective:
    Over-imaginative and given to fantasy or day-dreaming. Longs for interesting and exciting things to happen and wants to be admired for his charm.

    Actual Problems:
    The fear that he may be prevented from achieving the things he wants leads him into a restless search for satisfaction in the pursuit of illusory or meaningless activities.

    Ambivalence(s):
    The colour choices do not suggest any particular ambivalences.

    Approach to Work:
    The colour choices do not suggest a particular approach to work.

    Anxiety, on a scale of 0 (lowest) to 6 (highest): 1 .
    Compulsiveness of compensations (from 0 to 6): 0 .

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    I am skeptical of this test being a case of Forer effect, but the results are interesting...

    Existing Situation:
    Sensitive and understanding but under some strain; needs to unwind in the company of someone close to him.

    Stress Sources:
    Physiological Interpretation:
    Tension arising from nervous prostration or from sexual stress, due to excessive self-restraint.

    Psychological Interpretation:
    Feels unappreciated and find the existing situation disagreeable. Wants personal recognition and the esteem of others to compensate of the lack of like-minded people with whom to ally himself and make himself more secure. His sensual self-restraint make it difficult for him to give himself, but the resulting isolation lead to the urge to surrender and merge with another. This disturbs him as he regards such instincts as weaknesses to be overcome only by not succumbing to them, he feels, can he withstand the difficulties of the situation. Wants to be valued as a desirable associate and admired for his personal qualities.

    In Brief:
    Insecurity arising from lack of allies.

    Restrained Characteristics:
    Feels that he is burdened with more than his fair share of problems. However, he sticks to his goals and tries to overcome his difficulties by being flexible and accommodating.

    Desired Objective:
    Has an imperative need for some bond or fusion with another which will prove sensually fulfilling, but which will not conflict with his convictions or sense of fitness.

    Actual Problems:
    Greatly impressed by the unique, by originality and by individuals of outstanding characteristics. Tries to emulate the characteristics he admires and to display originality in his own personality.

    Ambivalence(s):
    The colour choices do not suggest any particular ambivalences.
    Approach to Work:
    The colour choices do not suggest a particular approach to work.
    Anxiety, on a scale of 0 (lowest) to 6 (highest): 3 .

    Compulsiveness of compensations (from 0 to 6): 2 .

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    Apparently I score the highest here on both Anxiety and Compulsiveness. Way to go!

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    Lüscher Colour Test: Interpretation
    Thank you. You will now be able to read the interpretation of your choices of colours according to Dr. Max Lüscher's test. Where the words "he, him, himself" occur, they should be replaced by "she, her, herself" when appropriate.
    Again remember to treat the interpretations, both your own and those of other people, with the caution they require: while they can be interesting, and are sometimes rather close to the bone, they can also be far off the mark.
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    Existing Situation:
    Easily affected by his environment and readily moved by the emotions of others. Seeks congenial relationships and an occupation that will promote them.
    Stress Sources:
    Physiological Interpretation:
    Stress due to suppressed sensitivity.
    Psychological Interpretation:
    Delights in the tasteful, the precious and the sensitive, but maintains his attitude of critical appraisal and refuses to be swept off his feet unless genuineness and integrity can be absolutely vouched for. Therefore keeps a strict and watchful control on his emotional relationships as he must know exactly where he stands. Demands complete sincerity as a protection against his own tendency to be too trusting.
    In Brief:
    Controlled and analytical responsiveness.
    Restrained Characteristics:
    Circumstances are forcing him to compromise, to restrain his demands and hopes, and to forgo for the time being some of the things he wants.
    Feels listless, hemmed in and anxious; considers that circumstances are forcing him to restrain his desires. Wants to avoid open conflict with others and to have peace and quiet.
    Desired Objective:
    Seeks freedom from problems and a secure state of physical ease in which to relax and recover.
    Actual Problems:
    Wishes to safeguard himself against criticism or conflict and to entrench himself in a stable and secure position; but is himself inclined to be critical of others and difficult to please.
    Ambivalence(s):
    The colour choices do not suggest any particular ambivalences.
    Approach to Work:
    The colour choices do not suggest a particular approach to work.
    Anxiety, on a scale of 0 (lowest) to 6 (highest): 2 .

    Compulsiveness of compensations (from 0 to 6): 3 .

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    Test (C) by Test Verlag, Basel, 1948. Program (C) by Kai Arste, 2000.

    low anxiety?! bahahaha
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Existing Situation:
    Sensuous. Inclined to luxuriate in things which give gratification to the senses, but rejects anything tasteless, vulgar or coarse.
    Stress Sources:
    Physiological Interpretation:
    Pronounced susceptibility to outside stimuli.
    Psychological Interpretation:
    Wants to overcome a feeling of emptiness and of separation from others. Believes that life still has far more to offer and that she may miss her share of experiences if she fails to make the best use of every opportunity. She therefore pursues his objectives with a fierce intensity and commits herself deeply and readily. Feels herself to be completely competent in any field in which she engages, and can sometimes be considered by others to be interfering and meddlesome.
    In Brief:
    Intense involvement.
    Restrained Characteristics:
    Feels that she is burdened with more than her fair share of problems (dam skippy) However, she sticks to her goals and tries to overcome her difficulties by being flexible and accommodating.
    Desired Objective:
    Strives for a life rich in activity and experience, and for a close bond offering sexual and emotional fulfilment.
    Actual Problems:
    The fear that she may be prevented from achieving the things she wants leads her to play her part with an urgent and hectic intensity.
    Ambivalence(s):
    The colour choices do not suggest any particular ambivalences.
    Approach to Work:
    The colour choices do not suggest a particular approach to work.
    Anxiety, on a scale of 0 (lowest) to 6 (highest): 1 .
    Compulsiveness of compensations (from 0 to 6): 1 .


    Pretty accurate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    Lüscher Colour Test: Interpretation
    Thank you. You will now be able to read the interpretation of your choices of colours according to Dr. Max Lüscher's test. Where the words "he, him, himself" occur, they should be replaced by "she, her, herself" when appropriate.
    Again remember to treat the interpretations, both your own and those of other people, with the caution they require: while they can be interesting, and are sometimes rather close to the bone, they can also be far off the mark.
    Close.
    Existing Situation:
    Easily affected by his environment and readily moved by the emotions of others. Seeks congenial relationships and an occupation that will promote them.
    Stress Sources:
    Physiological Interpretation:
    Stress due to suppressed sensitivity.
    Psychological Interpretation:
    Delights in the tasteful, the precious and the sensitive, but maintains his attitude of critical appraisal and refuses to be swept off his feet unless genuineness and integrity can be absolutely vouched for. Therefore keeps a strict and watchful control on his emotional relationships as he must know exactly where he stands. Demands complete sincerity as a protection against his own tendency to be too trusting.
    In Brief:
    Controlled and analytical responsiveness.
    Restrained Characteristics:
    Circumstances are forcing him to compromise, to restrain his demands and hopes, and to forgo for the time being some of the things he wants.
    Feels listless, hemmed in and anxious; considers that circumstances are forcing him to restrain his desires. Wants to avoid open conflict with others and to have peace and quiet.
    Desired Objective:
    Seeks freedom from problems and a secure state of physical ease in which to relax and recover.
    Actual Problems:
    Wishes to safeguard himself against criticism or conflict and to entrench himself in a stable and secure position; but is himself inclined to be critical of others and difficult to please.
    Ambivalence(s):
    The colour choices do not suggest any particular ambivalences.
    Approach to Work:
    The colour choices do not suggest a particular approach to work.
    Anxiety, on a scale of 0 (lowest) to 6 (highest): 2 .

    Compulsiveness of compensations (from 0 to 6): 3 .

    Close.
    Test (C) by Test Verlag, Basel, 1948. Program (C) by Kai Arste, 2000.

    low anxiety?! bahahaha
    It doesn't say "low anxiety" in your results, it gives anxiety level a 2 out of 6. And before that it said "Feels listless, hemmed in and anxious."
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    Lüscher Colour Test: Interpretation

    Existing Situation:
    Dissatisfied. The need to escape continued involvement with her present circumstances makes it imperative for her to find some solution. (The Desired Objective, below, is an attempt to compensate for this and other conflicts.)

    Stress Sources:

    Physiological Interpretation:
    Stresses resulting from disappointment have led to agitation.

    Psychological Interpretation:
    Unfulfilled hopes have led to uncertainty and apprehension. Needs to feel secure and to avoid any further disappointment, and fears being passed over or losing standing and prestige. Doubts that things will be any better in the future and this negative attitude leads her to make exaggerated demands and to refuse to make reasonable compromises.

    In Brief:
    Agitated pessimism; fearful of losing prestige.

    Restrained Characteristics:
    Believes that she is not receiving her share - that she is neither properly understood nor adequately appreciated. Feels that she is being compelled to conform, and close relationships leave her without any sense of emotional involvement.
    Feels trapped in a distressing or uncomfortable situation and seeking some way of gaining relief. Able to achieve satisfaction through sexual activity providing no turmoil or emotional agitation is involved.

    Desired Objective:
    Needs to feel identified with someone or something and wishes to win support by her charm and amiability. Sentimental, and yearns for a romantic tenderness.

    Actual Problems:
    Disappointment and the fear that there is no point in formulating fresh goals have led to anxiety, and she is distressed by the lack of any close and understanding relationship. She attempts to escape into a substitute world in which these disappointments are submerged and things are more nearly as she desires them to be.

    Ambivalence(s):
    The colour choices do not suggest any particular ambivalences.

    Approach to Work:
    The colour choices do not suggest a particular approach to work.

    Anxiety, on a scale of 0 (lowest) to 6 (highest): 5 .
    Compulsiveness of compensations (from 0 to 6): 3 .
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    Existing Situation:
    Exercises initiative in overcoming obstacles and difficulties. Either holds, or wishes to achieve, a position of authority in which control can be exerted over events.

    Stress Sources:

    Physiological Interpretation:
    Stress due to suppressed sensitivity.

    Psychological Interpretation:
    Delights in the tasteful, the precious and the sensitive, but maintains his attitude of critical appraisal and refuses to be swept off his feet unless genuineness and integrity can be absolutely vouched for. Therefore keeps a strict and watchful control on his emotional relationships as he must know exactly where he stands. Demands complete sincerity as a protection against his own tendency to be too trusting.

    In Brief:
    Controlled and analytical responsiveness.

    Restrained Characteristics:
    Circumstances are such that he feels forced to compromise for the time being if he is to avoid being cut off from affection or from full participation.
    Circumstances force him to compromise and to forgo some pleasures for the time being. Capable of achieving physical satisfaction from sexual activity.

    Desired Objective:
    Hopes that ties of affection and good-fellowship will bring release and contentment. His own need for approval makes him ready to be of help to others and in exchange he wants warmth and understanding. Open to new ideas and possibilities which he hopes will prove fruitful and interesting.

    Actual Problems:
    Intensely critical of the existing conditions which he feels are disorganised or insufficiently clear-cut. Is therefore seeking some solution which will clarify the situation and introduce a more acceptable degree of order and method.

    Ambivalence(s):
    The colour choices do not suggest any particular ambivalences.

    Approach to Work:
    The colour choices do not suggest a particular approach to work.

    Anxiety, on a scale of 0 (lowest) to 6 (highest): 0 .
    Compulsiveness of compensations (from 0 to 6): 0 .

    what has always bothered me about luscher's test on the whole is that all the hues used feel wrong. the blue makes me sad (the blue i prefer is brighter, more on the indigo/dark royal blue side - which, to me, is intense, assertive, almost aggressive). the yellow ranges from too diluted to "off" to disturbing (i do like looking at flowers in that color - this is the only case where the distinction between lighter and darker yellows makes no difference - but otherwise i prefer it to be deeper, closer to orange, which is extremely uplifting and an instant happy trigger). the green is just a blank and produces no response whatsoever (i prefer grassy, leafy green - the color of things that live and grow, uplifting and tranquil). the magenta is not intense enough to be appealing, but intense enough to rivet one's attention and to be possibly the most jarring color of all (i prefer a brighter, burning fuchsia, which is similar to red for me - these are the most joyful hues, ones i would wear only if i were in a really great mood). the red is closest to what i like, but still not exactly the same. gray and black, of course, are just that - non-colors, one somewhat more than the other.

    in other words, i like NONE of these colors. i have to make the selection based not on what they are, but on what they would be if the hue were tweaked a little to make them feel more suitable.
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    Existing Situation:
    Sensitive and understanding but under some strain; needs to unwind in the company of someone close to him.
    Stress Sources:
    Physiological Interpretation:
    Disappointment has led to a suspicious and restrained withdrawal from others and into himself.
    Psychological Interpretation:
    Suppresses his innate enthusiasm and imaginative nature, for fear he might be carried away by it only to find himself pursuing some will-o'-the-wisp. Feels he has been misled and abused and has withdrawn to hold himself cautiously aloof from others. Keeps a careful and critical watch to see whether motives towards him are sincere - a watchfulness which easily develops into suspicion and distrust.
    In Brief:
    "Once bitten, twice shy"; emotional disappointment leading to watchful mistrust of motive.
    Restrained Characteristics:
    Feels that he cannot do much about his existing problems and difficulties and that he must make the best of things as they are. Able to achieve physical satisfaction from sexual activity.
    Desired Objective:
    Wants to make up for what he feels he has missed by living with exaggerated intensity; in this way he feels he can break free from all the things that oppress him.
    Actual Problems:
    Disappointment and the fear that there is no point in formulating fresh goals have led to stress and anxiety. He wants congenial contact with others and scope for development, but feels that his relationships are empty and his progress impeded. He reacts with an intense and zealous activity designed to achieve his aims at all costs.
    Ambivalence(s):
    The colour choices do not suggest any particular ambivalences.
    Approach to Work:
    The colour choices do not suggest a particular approach to work.
    Anxiety, on a scale of 0 (lowest) to 6 (highest): 4 .

    Compulsiveness of compensations (from 0 to 6): 2 .

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    Existing Situation:
    Relatively inactive and in a static condition, while conflict of one sort or another prevents peace of mind. Unable to achieve relationships of the desired degree of mutual affection and understanding. (The Desired Objective, below, is an attempt to compensate for this and other conflicts.)

    Stress Sources:
    Physiological Interpretation:

    Stress resulting from excessive self-restraint in the attempt to win the regard and esteem of others.

    Psychological Interpretation:
    Has an unsatisfied need to ally himself with others whose standards are as high as his own, and to stand out from the rank and file. This subjects him to considerable stress, but he sticks to his attitudes despite lack of appreciation. Finds the situation uncomfortable and would like to break away from it, but refuses to compromise with his opinions. Unable to resolve the situation because he continually postpones making the necessary decision as he doubts his ability to withstand the opposition which would result. Needs the esteem of others, compliance with his wishes and respect for his opinions before he can feel at ease and secure.

    In Brief:
    Stubborn but ineffectual demand for esteem.

    Restrained Characteristics:
    Wants to broaden his fields of activity and insists that his hopes and ideas are realistic. Distressed by the fear that he may be prevented from doing what he wants; needs both peaceful conditions and quiet reassurances to restore his confidence.
    Feels that he is receiving less that his share and that there is no one on whom he can rely for sympathy and understanding. Pent-up emotions and a certain egocentricity make him quick to take offence, but he realises that he has to make the best of things as they are.

    Desired Objective:
    Considers the existing circumstances disagreeable and over-demanding. Refuses to allow anything to influence his point of view.

    Actual Problems:
    The need for esteem - for the chance to play some outstanding part and make a name for himself - has become imperative. He reacts by insisting on being the centre of attention, and refuses to play an impersonal or minor role.

    Ambivalence(s):
    The colour choices do not suggest any particular ambivalences.

    Approach to Work:
    The colour choices do not suggest a particular approach to work.

    Anxiety, on a scale of 0 (lowest) to 6 (highest): 2 .

    Compulsiveness of compensations (from 0 to 6): 5 .
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