LIVE BOLD & BLOOM: “What Is Your Personality Type?”

It was no surprise to see I’m an ‘Idealist’… 🐬

“Knowing your personality type helps you understand yourself, your interests, your motivations, and your relationships. Although your personality type doesn’t completely define who you are, it helps you have much more awareness about yourself and gives you tools for making important decisions in your life.”

~Barrie Davenport @ Live Bold & Bloom

 

Take the quiz here:

https://liveboldandbloom.com/01/self-improvement/quiz-what-is-your-personality-type

 

~via LiveBoldAndBloom.com

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EDEN SKY: “What’s Your Cosmic Identity? Find Out With The Cosmic Decoder”

Ascension Avatar note: Several years ago during a film shoot break I was approached by a woman who asked if I knew my “galactic signature”… I laughed and gave her a clueless look… she then asked my birthdate, did some calculations on a Post-It pad, peeled away the paper and handed it to me… I still have that paper today, 10 years later… it reads simply: “Blue Crystal Hand”… 🙏

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Every day and every person has a Galactic Signature. There are 260 unique possibilities!

Each signature is a combination of a “Tribe” and a “Tone.” The energy on the day you were born is known as your personal Galactic Signature and serves as a key to your Cosmic Identity.

Decode yourself and people in your life, to see what synchronicities are revealed! Decoding significant dates in your life (past or future) is also a profound way to gain insight into the larger synchronic order of your life’s journey…

 

Birthdate Decoder:

http://www.13moon.com/decoder.php

The 20 Tribes of the Galactic Calendar:

http://www.13moon.com/20tribes.htm#7

The 13 Tones of the Galactic Calendar:

http://www.13moon.com/13tones.htm#12

 

MATEO SOL: “The Four Elements Test — What Are You?”

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“Blending psychology and spirituality, this test will help you to discover which elemental energy reflects your raw untamed self.  The four elements test will also reveal your major strengths, weaknesses and ideal ways you can become a more balanced person.”   

~Mateo Sol

http://lonerwolf.com/the-four-elements-test/

PHILLIP J. WATT: “A Test To See How Brainwashed You Are”

Sunthetic Brain AI Robot

This test will ascertain if you’re one of the many people who are perfectly designed robots of the system.

Unfortunately, most individuals have no clue about how reality works and are instead engaged in fruitless fighting against each other. How are we meant to wake these people up to the actual reality they live in before we sink into complete totalitarianism?

The first step is to encourage ourselves and others to ask the following questions. If you answer yes to them, you’ve been brainwashed by the status quo. Don’t believe me though; get your serious research on by, you know, reading books, watching documentaries and following the plethora of brilliant social commentators in the alternative media who are handing the people their freedom on a silver platter.

So, do you believe that:

1. Conspiracies are bullshit and that there’s no way information is being hidden from you?

2. Those at the tippy top of the power pyramid have your best interests and the earth’s best interests at heart?

3. Politicians are at the tip of this power structure?

4. Our governments are operating independently of this shadow structure?

5. Free trade agreements such as the TPP and TTIP are in the best interests of the people and not corporations?

6. Law equals ethics?

7. Personal freedom is fundamental to our legal systems?

8. Democracy is in a healthy state and therefore there’s no need for electoral and legal reform?

9. Politicians, academics, journalists and scientists are not compartmentalized and therefore can see the big picture of how the system works?

10. The mainstream media provides cutting edge information in an unbiased way that will reflect to you the truth about what’s happening in our world?

11. You’re going to find the absolute, no holds barred truth, via the TV?

12. The system is the way it is because that’s the only way it could work?

13. Pre-existing money is loaned by banks, not freshly created by them out of thin air?

14. We need private banking organizations to make money out of nothing for us and make squillions of dollars for the privilege?

15. A genuine people’s central bank will create hyperinflation and initiate the end of the world?

16. Money will always be necessary and that it is not a tool of enslavement?

17. The widespread suffering across our planet is not the result of the economic system, but the result of natural forces?

18. Adding toxins to our food, water, air and medicine is good for our health?

19. The pharmaceutical-medico complex truly wants to create cures, not customers?

20. They’re not using the same tactics as the tobacco industry once did?

21. They’re trying really hard to find cures for diseases, such as cancer, and that there’s absolutely no way they would suppress any such cures?

22. When near bottomless pits of money is involved in scientific ‘research’, results are not skewed to advantage the corporations funding it?

23 Natural therapies – such as meditation, herbal medicines and basic nutrition – are pseudoscience woo-woo?

24. Reality is only made of ‘matter’, consciousness is its byproduct, and you are not a powerful mind of interconnected consciousness who is comprised of both magic and madness?

25. The war-on-drugs has been intelligent and ethical, as well as successful?

26. This policy has not resulted with massively adverse impacts on society, such as increased addiction, imprisonment and criminal activity, as well as been appropriately respectful towards our natural right to explore our own consciousness?

27. The education system is genuinely designed to create little creatures of self-discovery, health, civil service and personal freedom?

28. The wars in our world have not been purposely orchestrated for more power and money?

29. Your enemy is someone in the 99.9%?

30. Or do you believe that you need to unite with your fellow man, no matter the small or large differences you may have, and work together to undermine the self-serving sickos and the system they’ve purposely designed at our collective expense?

If you answered yes to the last question, you get two thumbs up! If you’re still overwhelmed by answering yes to the previous questions, then you’ve got some study to do. If so, you know that ‘crazy’ friend that you’ve got on Facebook who keeps sharing stuff that you think is ‘crazy’?

Yeah, you might want to contact them to ask what the fuck is going on.

Much love, Phil.

About the Author

Phillip J. Watt lives in Australia. His written work deals with topics from ideology to society, as well as self-development. Follow him on Facebook or visit his website.

~via WakingTimes.com

JENN GRANNEMAN: “8 Signs You May Be an Outgoing Introvert”

8 Signs You May Be an Outgoing Introvert

There are introverts, extroverts, and then there’s you – falling somewhere in between.

The term “outgoing introvert” is an oxymoron on par with “jumbo shrimp” and “deafening silence,” but for people who fall into this category, life can be an unusual mix of traits and tendencies that only they can truly appreciate.

So what are the signs that you’re an outgoing introvert?

1. You’re not anti-social, you’re selectively social

When you’re an outgoing introvert it’s hard for you to meet people that you like. You can be simultaneously charming as hell, but also introspective and reflective to an annoyingly mind-numbing degree. You live inside your head, but can also be the life of the party – it all depends on the people surrounding you.

2. Meeting someone you really like can feel like finding the Chupacabra

Outgoing introverts HATE small talk and avoid it at all costs, but when it’s inevitable that they have to interact with people, they can’t help but to try and make the other person feel comfortable. According to Psychology Today, the reason you may not like someone when you first meet them may be as simple as that the person you just met is an extrovert. Outgoing introverts, though still introverts at their core, tend to view extroverts as basic, simple, annoying, overconfident and pushy. This natural, almost subconscious tendency serves as a filter, often referred to as a first impression, through which a person’s future words and actions are judged.

3. Coffee can actually be counter-productive for you

Science of Us writer Melissa Dahl reported on findings from psychologist Brian Little’s latest book on personality science, Me, Myself, and Us: The Science of Personality and the Art of Well-Being, which showed that introverts are better off avoiding caffeine before a big meeting or important event. Since you have spectrums of introversion, coffee can actually overstimulate your central nervous system that may cause you to feel overwhelmed and exhausted, rather than excited and engaged.

4. You probably hate traditional systems

Most of our societal constructs cater to the extrovert – from large office spaces to loud bars to the structure of our educational system – despite the fact that anywhere from one-third to half of the population has an introverted temperament. Since an outgoing introvert can feel distracted or vulnerable when they are in overstimulating environments, you probably dislike traditional systems.

5. People always confuse you for an extrovert

Extroverts and outgoing introverts may seem almost the same on the surface, and if you’re an outgoing introvert you’ve probably been called an extrovert many times. Though the way extroverts and outgoing introverts process the world is quite different. Since introverts and extroverts have different world perspectives, they view each other as different and thus are naturally predisposed against one another. Extroverts focus on the outside world, while outgoing introverts remain mostly introspective.

6. You can be the life of the party, but you need time to warm up

While you may enjoy being the center of attention, you feel best it in a controlled environment. You need time to warm up. You tend not to outwardly express your feelings and spill your whole life story in the first hour of meeting someone. Or the first year. You have no interest or energy to prove yourself in a crowd of strangers.

7. Your energy level depends on your environment

Outgoing introverts often need to recharge after a large use of social energy. That’s why many people often annoy the outgoing introvert and social settings are often tricky for them; it’s usually a hit or miss. If you vibe with the crowd or a person, you can get your energy from human interactions. But if you don’t, those social interactions end up draining your social batteries and the extroverts in the room end up annoying the crap out of you for sometimes no specific reason. And when your batteries are drained and you’re annoyed, you will tend towards withdrawal into yourself.

8. You probably didn’t even know you were an outgoing introvert

Since you’re not completely an introvert nor an extrovert, in can literally take years to figure out that you’re an outgoing introvert. But once you do, you can understand why so many people easily annoy you and why you sometimes process experiences through your brain’s “reward” centers quite differently than other people. In fact, a 2013 study published in the journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience found that people who are naturally introverted do not process rewards from external factors as strongly as extraverts do. So since you fall somewhere in the middle, that can sometimes explain why you’re such a conundrum.