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  1. #11
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    54% Innocent, 58% Orphan, 71% Warrior, 58% Caregiver, 92% Seeker, 50% Lover, 71% Destroyer, 75% Creator, 56% Magician, 54% Ruler, 75% Sage and 67% Fool!

    Goal: Search for better life

    Fear: Conformity

    Response to Dragon/Problem: Flee from it

    Task: Be true to deeper self

    Gift: Autonomy, ambition

    Addictions: Independence, perfection
    Last edited by Phantonym; 08-11-2009 at 02:42 PM.

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    I was close with Ruler.

    You are the Warrior.

    50% Innocent, 33% Orphan, 83% Warrior, 46% Caregiver, 71% Seeker, 71% Lover, 54% Destroyer, 58% Creator, 52% Magician, 75% Ruler, 67% Sage and 58% Fool!

    Goal: Win

    Fear: Weakness

    Response to Dragon/Problem: Slay/confront it

    Task: Fight only for what really matters

    Gift: Courage, discipline

    Addictions: Achievement, success

    Description:



    The Warrior within each of us calls us to have courage, strength, and integrity; the capacity to make goals and to stick to them; and the ability to fight, when necessary, for ourselves or others. Anytime w we stand up to an unfair authority or risk our livelihood for a principle, our Warrior side is active. A Warrior fights against injustice.



    Shadow Side:

    A Warrior that fights to preserve injustice has fallen to the Shadow side of the Warrior archetype. If the warrior behaviour is primitive, unpleasant, or unproductive or we are always crusading for something or always trying to enlist others then we have been possessed by our inner Warrior.

    In the most serious and negative manifestations, the desire to be above others is not checked by any humane feeling or higher values. This Shadow Warrior is competitive, but its striving is not related to any ideals or larger social purpose.

    The budding warrior has two major defenses: secrecy and strategic retreat. Good Warriors know that we should never enter a battle until we a re prepared for it. When a Warrior is clearly overwhelmed by superiour force, the Warrior retreats and takes time to rebuild strength. Perhaps they watch and learn new skills. Clever Warriors try to control the battle zone and do not fight until they are prepared enough to have a good chance of winning. The Best Warrior has the wisdom and the courage to know when and where to fight.

    The real problem with the Warrior archetype in today’s dat and time is that many so-called Warriors are not true Warriors at all. They are Orphans, calming their own sense of powerlessness by trying to best or control others.



    Relationships:

    Warriors that are not highly developed may find themselves fighting about everything.

    Warriors demand unremitting toughness in Orphans. Orphans often follow warriors and are willing to sacrifice their autonomy because they have no conscious ability to defend themselves.

    If a highly developed Caregiver is associated with a Warrior, the Warrior will fight willingly for the good of others.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

    sCueI (primary Inquisition)

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    I am the Seeker
    You are the Seeker.

    25% Innocent, 42% Orphan, 63% Warrior, 79% Caregiver, 88% Seeker, 75% Lover, 75% Destroyer, 83% Creator, 80% Magician, 50% Ruler, 67% Sage and 67% Fool!

    Goal: Search for better life

    Fear: Conformity

    Response to Dragon/Problem: Flee from it

    Task: Be true to deeper self

    Gift: Autonomy, ambition

    Addictions: Independence, perfection

    The Seeker seeks to find a better future or found a more perfect world. Seekers often feel confined and are therefore vulnerable to the call of the unknown. Wandering begins with rather aimless experimentation. Often, this experimentation alienates those around the Seeker and the Seeker is forced to give up his/her conventional life to wander and grow. Eventually, the Seeker finds h/er Grail and can create a new life of convention.



    Shadow Seeker

    The Shadow Seekers manifests itself as an obsessive need to be independent that keeps us isolated and alone. Other times, the urge to seek will take destructive forms such as chemical addiction, or even to dangerous situations that produce adrenalin. Seeking is often dangerous. In a materialistic, secular society, the mountain to be scaled is often professional or vocational. Initially, channeling the urge to ascend into various kinds of achievement is very positive and healthy. Therefore, modern Seekers often find themselves seeking a high through their work, working an ever increasing amount of time to satisfy her/his needs.
    I guess it makes sense.
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    This surprised me and actually made the hairs on the back of my neck stand up for a second.

    You are the Lover.

    54% Innocent, 42% Orphan, 63% Warrior, 50% Caregiver, 33% Seeker, 75% Lover, 71% Destroyer, 75% Creator, 60% Magician, 58% Ruler, 63% Sage and 33% Fool!

    Goal: Bliss

    Fear: Loss of love

    Response to Dragon/Problem: Love it

    Task: Follow bliss

    Gift: Passion, commitment

    Addictions: Relationships, sex

    The Lover’s path is the path of the Soul, the path of Eros instead of Ego. The Lover is often unfairly criticized for his/her lack of prudence when making decisions by following the often illogical, more difficult path of following one’s passion. Most of the other Archetypes, especially the Orphan and the Sage, will be very critical of the Lovers ability to surrender their control for their passions. A well-developed Lover, however, also has a strong identity and a deep foundation that is not easily recognized by the types that are controlled by Ego.



    Shadow Lover:

    When Eros is denied due to social or other cultural restrictions, it goes underground and emerges in its shadow forms, which are depraved and destructive rather than life-giving and life-promoting. The Shadow Lover causes violence, jealousy, and the objectification of self and others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    You are the Fool
    Addictions: Excitement, cocaine, alcohol
    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    I am addicted to consumerism, sugar, and cheer however..
    I'm the only fool so far, addicted to excitement, cocaine and alcohol. I can see how that could happen.

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    I am disappointed that some of the profiles don't have as much info on relationships as the others.

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    Apparently, I'm God.

    I haven't really gone that far yet, but I still haven't found any contradicting evidence...

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    You are the Fool

    42% Innocent, 50% Orphan, 42% Warrior, 29% Caregiver, 58% Seeker, 42% Lover, 63% Destroyer, 63% Creator, 28% Magician, 25% Ruler, 50% Sage and 71% Fool!

    ***Goal: Enjoyment

    Fear: Nonaliveness

    Response to Dragon/Problem: Play tricks on it

    Task: Trust in the process

    Gift: Joy, freedom

    Addictions: Excitement, cocaine, alcohol

    The Fool is the archetype most helpful in dealing with the absurdities of the modern world and with faceless, amorphous modern bureaucracies– places where no one takes personal responsibility, rules are expected to be followed mo matter how absurd they might be, and the tables are incredibly stacked against individual effectiveness. A Jester does not merely provide entertainment, but also points out the failings of the kingdom to a wise Ruler. Thus, Fools are often the most serious archetype of all. The Fool often violates social norms in humourous ways to avoid provoking undue hostility.

    A Fool’s politics are anarchistic. Fools are resilient, and are willing to stand up and try again despite failing. The Fool enjoys the contest of the wits even in the most dangerous or offensive of circumstances, and hates being bored.



    Shadow Fool:

    When such energy is not allowed, it simply goes underground, and in doing so becomes negative, undermining force. The Shadow Fool delights in breaking rules, regardless of the consequences. Unbridled and undisciplined sensuality, madness, and multiple personalities or personas are usually the results of the force of the Shadow Fool. The Shadow Fool has an unrealistic vision of what is required for survival, emotions, and relationships and believes that in order to succeed at conventional norms, one must work all of the time, so there is no use in undertaking any conventional task.

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    You are the Warrior.

    71% Innocent, 8% Orphan, 92% Warrior, 25% Caregiver, 71% Seeker, 50% Lover, 63% Destroyer, 71% Creator, 76% Magician, 79% Ruler, 83% Sage and 58% Fool!

    Goal: Win

    Fear: Weakness

    Response to Dragon/Problem: Slay/confront it

    Task: Fight only for what really matters

    Gift: Courage, discipline

    Addictions: Achievement, success



    Description:




    The Warrior within each of us calls us to have courage, strength, and integrity; the capacity to make goals and to stick to them; and the ability to fight, when necessary, for ourselves or others. Anytime w we stand up to an unfair authority or risk our livelihood for a principle, our Warrior side is active. A Warrior fights against injustice.



    Shadow Side:


    A Warrior that fights to preserve injustice has fallen to the Shadow side of the Warrior archetype. If the warrior behaviour is primitive, unpleasant, or unproductive or we are always crusading for something or always trying to enlist others then we have been possessed by our inner Warrior.

    In the most serious and negative manifestations, the desire to be above others is not checked by any humane feeling or higher values. This Shadow Warrior is competitive, but its striving is not related to any ideals or larger social purpose.

    The budding warrior has two major defenses: secrecy and strategic retreat. Good Warriors know that we should never enter a battle until we a re prepared for it. When a Warrior is clearly overwhelmed by superiour force, the Warrior retreats and takes time to rebuild strength. Perhaps they watch and learn new skills. Clever Warriors try to control the battle zone and do not fight until they are prepared enough to have a good chance of winning. The Best Warrior has the wisdom and the courage to know when and where to fight.

    The real problem with the Warrior archetype in today’s dat and time is that many so-called Warriors are not true Warriors at all. They are Orphans, calming their own sense of powerlessness by trying to best or control others.



    Relationships:

    Warriors that are not highly developed may find themselves fighting about everything.

    Warriors demand unremitting toughness in Orphans. Orphans often follow warriors and are willing to sacrifice their autonomy because they have no conscious ability to defend themselves.

    If a highly developed Caregiver is associated with a Warrior, the Warrior will fight willingly for the good of others.
    Quote Originally Posted by Thalassa View Post
    Oh our 3rd person reference to ourselves denotes nothing more than we realize we are epic characters on the forum.

    Narcissism, plain and simple.

  10. #20
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    No surprise here.

    You are the Seeker.

    33% Innocent, 67% Orphan, 71% Warrior, 79% Caregiver, 100% Seeker, 67% Lover, 83% Destroyer, 75% Creator, 88% Magician, 67% Ruler, 71% Sage and 67% Fool!

    Goal: Search for better life

    Fear: Conformity

    Response to Dragon/Problem: Flee from it

    Task: Be true to deeper self

    Gift: Autonomy, ambition

    Addictions: Independence, perfection


    The Seeker seeks to find a better future or found a more perfect world. Seekers often feel confined and are therefore vulnerable to the call of the unknown. Wandering begins with rather aimless experimentation. Often, this experimentation alienates those around the Seeker and the Seeker is forced to give up his/her conventional life to wander and grow. Eventually, the Seeker finds h/er Grail and can create a new life of convention.



    Shadow Seeker

    The Shadow Seekers manifests itself as an obsessive need to be independent that keeps us isolated and alone. Other times, the urge to seek will take destructive forms such as chemical addiction, or even to dangerous situations that produce adrenalin. Seeking is often dangerous. In a materialistic, secular society, the mountain to be scaled is often professional or vocational. Initially, channeling the urge to ascend into various kinds of achievement is very positive and healthy. Therefore, modern Seekers often find themselves seeking a high through their work, working an ever increasing amount of time to satisfy her/his needs.

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