Tag Archives: Personality type

Getting a grip on your weak spot

It can take evolving our most challenging foible, our most persistent Achilles’ heel, the very weak spot that repeatedly catches us out, dumbfounds or blind-sides us, to make the next evolutionary leap. Sharing a post I just published on Living … Continue reading

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Personality type and the crystallisation process – understanding the human vehicle we chose

Try thinking of personality as the vehicle your spirit chose for the journey of this physcal life. When you know that you chose it, that its not an accident of genetics or fate, or the outcome of life’s conditioning, but something most particular that you chose for your higher purpose, with the exact features you wanted it to have, you enjoy driving it so much more and its self-empowering. It may even enable you to shift your entire paradigm… Continue reading

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Celebrating the introvert-factor – why its OK to be quiet

It was with a marvellous amount of serendipity that I managed to trip upon a TED talk, this week, that seemed to be addressing the very thoughts that I’ve been struggling to process about my own – somewhat limiting, as … Continue reading

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