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    Default Free Personality Test and MBTI/Myers-Briggs Type Descriptions


    Links: "Free Personality Test" & "Type Descriptions"

    A personality test can be a useful tool to help identify strengthens and weaknesses. One other Avalon resource is Adrian86‘s thread, “Introverted Personalities and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator,” with a quote added here from Bill Ryan:

    Quote ”...Of interest, many Avalon forum members are Introverts - they prefer to write rather than talk (as Extraverts do) - and besides, the Extraverts are all out having a good time while you're there with your keyboard and your strong, vivid, internal universe.
    UPDATE: They’ve replaced the test from three years ago, and a new category is added, “Identity”.
    • Mind - how we interact with our environment
    • Energy - where we direct our mental energy
    • Nature - how we make decisions and cope with emotions
    • Tactics - reflects our approach to work, planning and decision-making
    • Identity - underpins all others, how confident we are in our abilities and decisions

    Additional explanation of the letters @ post #72.


    UPDATED to post #156; 102 total

    Idealists:
    
INFJ - 24; 24%
    
INFP - 33; 33%
    
ENFJ - 6; 6%
    
ENFP - 13; 13%

    Rationals:
    
ENTP - 
2; 2%
    ENTJ - 2; 2%
    
INTP - 7; 7%
    
INTJ - 

12; 12%

    Guardians:
    
ISTJ - 1
    
ISFJ -
    
ESTJ - 3; 3%
    
ESFJ - 



    Artisans:
    
ISTP -
    
ISFP - 

    ESTP -
    
ESFP - 


    Personality traits:
    • Extraverted (E) - Expressive, outgoing, prefer group activities, eager to speak their minds, more comfortable when around other people than when alone, get energized by social interaction
    • Introverted (I) - Reserved, listen carefully, prefer solitary activities, more comfortable when alone than when around other people, get exhausted by social interaction
    • Intuitive (N) - Introspective, rely on their imagination, absorbed in ideas, focus on what might happen
    • Sensing (S) - Observant, rely on their senses, absorbed in practical matters, focus on what has happened
    • Thinking (T) - Tough, follow their minds, suppress feelings, focus on objectivity and rationality
    • Feeling (F) - Sensitive, follow their hearts, keep feelings close to the surface, focus on harmony and cooperation
    • Judging (J) - Decisive, prefer clear rules and guidelines, eager to commit, see deadlines as sacred, seek closure
    • Perceiving (P) - Probing, prefer keeping their options open, reluctant to commit, relaxed about their work, seek freedom

    Here you’ll find further explanation of your type and FAQ.
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    Default Re: Free Personality Test and MBTI/Myers-Briggs Type Descriptions

    Im an ENFJ....nice to meet you..

    2% ....makes perfect sense.
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    INFJ and have known it for years. Good call on this little quiz. It puts one more in touch with one's true self. Some people live according to how others think they should live.
    Trying to stick to being one's true self is not only a test against influences/temptations known to be wrong, but a chnce to know yourself if you're honest with the questions.
    I've no doubt Avalonians will enjoy this.

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    Thanks for this Paula - I have just done my test, I am a INFP 4.3% and just about to read through what that actually means.

    Some of the questions I found a little tricky as to how they were defining certain words that would have changed my answer.

    Overall it was fun to do. I will now go and read what my results meant. smile.

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    I'm an INTP.
    I'm the architect.
    And actually, really I should have studied architecture...
    I went to an art school which had an architecture department and all my friends were in there.
    I didn't have the guts to switch over as at that time I didn't trust my English yet.
    Now I'm in Costa Rica, and I don't trust that my Spanish is good enough.
    Maybe next life.

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    INFP...though ENFP fits a little better, and the "I" category was only 2% leaning...so I guess that makes me kind of balanced, socially?

    Just saw you're a "dreamer" too, realeyes...welcome to the 4.3%!!

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    Quote •Extraverted (E) - Expressive, outgoing, prefer group activities, eager to speak their minds, more comfortable when around other people than when alone, get energized by social interaction
    •Introverted (I) - Reserved, listen carefully, prefer solitary activities, more comfortable when alone than when around other people, get exhausted by social interaction
    •Intuitive (N) - Introspective, rely on their imagination, absorbed in ideas, focus on what might happen
    •Sensing (S) - Observant, rely on their senses, absorbed in practical matters, focus on what has happened
    •Thinking (T) - Tough, follow their minds, suppress feelings, focus on objectivity and rationality
    •Feeling (F) - Sensitive, follow their hearts, keep feelings close to the surface, focus on harmony and cooperation
    •Judging (J) - Decisive, prefer clear rules and guidelines, eager to commit, see deadlines as sacred, seek closure
    •Perceiving (P) - Probing, prefer keeping their options open, reluctant to commit, relaxed about their work, seek freedom

    Well I'm all of them at different times...LOL....

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    Quote Posted by Cidersomerset (here)
    Quote •Extraverted (E) - Expressive, outgoing, prefer group activities, eager to speak their minds, more comfortable when around other people than when alone, get energized by social interaction
    •Introverted (I) - Reserved, listen carefully, prefer solitary activities, more comfortable when alone than when around other people, get exhausted by social interaction
    •Intuitive (N) - Introspective, rely on their imagination, absorbed in ideas, focus on what might happen
    •Sensing (S) - Observant, rely on their senses, absorbed in practical matters, focus on what has happened
    •Thinking (T) - Tough, follow their minds, suppress feelings, focus on objectivity and rationality
    •Feeling (F) - Sensitive, follow their hearts, keep feelings close to the surface, focus on harmony and cooperation
    •Judging (J) - Decisive, prefer clear rules and guidelines, eager to commit, see deadlines as sacred, seek closure
    •Perceiving (P) - Probing, prefer keeping their options open, reluctant to commit, relaxed about their work, seek freedom

    Well I'm all of them at different times...LOL....
    So does that mean certified schizophrenic? Or perfectly balanced??

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    INFJ Paula. Is it less than one percent of the general population, or of the less than 20% that are alive?

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    Quote So does that mean certified schizophrenic? Or perfectly balanced??


    I'l ask my 'non physical'...




    It tells me I'm both !..LOl..
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    Quote Posted by donk (here)
    INFP...though ENFP fits a little better, and the "I" category was only 2% leaning...so I guess that makes me kind of balanced, socially?

    Just saw you're a "dreamer" too, realeyes...welcome to the 4.3%!!
    It depends on your definition of “kind of balanced, socially”. If you listen (introvert) more than talk (extravert), you have information that helps you understand and converse with the other person. Though that still doesn’t make it a balanced way. Unless you don’t have a need to share about yourself. I’d add that your (introvert) balance comes from within.
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    Quote Posted by Cidersomerset (here)
    Quote •Extraverted (E) - Expressive, outgoing, prefer group activities, eager to speak their minds, more comfortable when around other people than when alone, get energized by social interaction
    •Introverted (I) - Reserved, listen carefully, prefer solitary activities, more comfortable when alone than when around other people, get exhausted by social interaction
    •Intuitive (N) - Introspective, rely on their imagination, absorbed in ideas, focus on what might happen
    •Sensing (S) - Observant, rely on their senses, absorbed in practical matters, focus on what has happened
    •Thinking (T) - Tough, follow their minds, suppress feelings, focus on objectivity and rationality
    •Feeling (F) - Sensitive, follow their hearts, keep feelings close to the surface, focus on harmony and cooperation
    •Judging (J) - Decisive, prefer clear rules and guidelines, eager to commit, see deadlines as sacred, seek closure
    •Perceiving (P) - Probing, prefer keeping their options open, reluctant to commit, relaxed about their work, seek freedom

    Well I'm all of them at different times...LOL....
    Me too. It's the new and improved human?

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    Quote Posted by donk (here)
    Quote Posted by Cidersomerset (here)
    Quote •Extraverted (E) - Expressive, outgoing, prefer group activities, eager to speak their minds, more comfortable when around other people than when alone, get energized by social interaction
    •Introverted (I) - Reserved, listen carefully, prefer solitary activities, more comfortable when alone than when around other people, get exhausted by social interaction
    •Intuitive (N) - Introspective, rely on their imagination, absorbed in ideas, focus on what might happen
    •Sensing (S) - Observant, rely on their senses, absorbed in practical matters, focus on what has happened
    •Thinking (T) - Tough, follow their minds, suppress feelings, focus on objectivity and rationality
    •Feeling (F) - Sensitive, follow their hearts, keep feelings close to the surface, focus on harmony and cooperation
    •Judging (J) - Decisive, prefer clear rules and guidelines, eager to commit, see deadlines as sacred, seek closure
    •Perceiving (P) - Probing, prefer keeping their options open, reluctant to commit, relaxed about their work, seek freedom

    Well I'm all of them at different times...LOL....
    So does that mean certified schizophrenic? Or perfectly balanced??
    How do you define "schizophrenic"? Or "perfectly balanced"?
    Maybe you have lots of Libra. Stat! Is there an Astrologer in the house? 1-800-astrologer
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    I have taken Myers-Briggs tests over the years and I consistently score mostly as INFJ, although occasionally depending on the test it might be INFP but I actually feel that INFJ is most descriptive of me.

    It's funny (or maybe not!!) that many of my friends are 'NF"s. (intuitive feelers).

    I think for folks who are not familiar with this test is is important to know that just because you score as a feeling type, does not mean you are poor at logical thinking, it just means that the feeling approach is more in alignment with your true self.
    The 'rebellion' of the Mind, having the Mind run the show, is the Luciferian rebellion of wanting to leave Love-Christ-Heart behind and create a universe without the 'pesky feeling of the heart' holding it back
    ~ Tobias Lars

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    Quote Posted by markpierre (here)
    INFJ Paula. Is it less than one percent of the general population, or of the less than 20% that are alive?
    And does alive mean awakened? And is general population the average? And what is average?
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    moi <------ INFP personality

    Quote INFP personalities are usually perceived as calm, reserved or even shy. However, such an exterior can be deceptive – even though INFPs can be somewhat cautions, their inner flame and passion is not something to be taken lightly. People with this personality type are really affectionate, a trait not often seen in other types. Johnny Depp INFPThis compassion can be really fervent and long-lasting – but the INFP will use it quite cautiously, directing their energies towards a few selected people or a worthy cause. Idealism is the banner of INFP personalities – and they are proud of it. Unfortunately, it also means that INFPs can often feel misunderstood and isolated, as they are relatively rare (only 4.3% of U.S. population).

    INFPs seek harmony in their lives and the surrounding environment, often feeling dejected because of all the bad things happening in the world and trying hard to create something positive. People with this personality type tend to see things and actions from the idealistic perspective, rather than the prism of logic. They respond to beauty, morality, virtue rather than utility, effectiveness or value.

    INFPs can easily speak in metaphors and parables, and they also have an amazing gift of creating and interpreting symbols – for this reason, INFPs often find it natural to write and enjoy poetry. This personality type does not worship logic, unlike the NT types – from their viewpoint, logic is not always necessary. It is also likely that an INFP will not enjoy hypothetical or never-ending discussions.

    INFPs may also often retreat into their “hermit” state (this personality type can easily switch between the two states), withdrawing from the world and getting lost in their deep thoughts – their partner may then need to spend quite a lot of effort to energize and “awaken” the INFP.

    INFPs have the trait common among NF types – their aptitude for foreign languages is unmatched. INFPs also often become great writers and actors, as they can easily reflect and convey their own personalities using the fictional characters. Generally speaking, people with this personality type are extremely creative, innovative and goal-oriented – they can be great advocates for causes they truly believe in.

    Finally, most INFPs have the ability to notice even the slightest hint of good in other people. In INFP eyes, even the most revolting person will have something worthy of respect or, at the very least, sympathy

    Pretty accurate me thinks.

    My partner and me had a good laugh when we read this:
    Quote INFPs may also often retreat into their “hermit” state (this personality type can easily switch between the two states), withdrawing from the world and getting lost in their deep thoughts – their partner may then need to spend quite a lot of effort to energize and “awaken” the INFP.
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    Which group has the largest percentage paula??

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    INFJ here, too. Very cool test Paula! Thanks

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    Thanks, Paula. like you, I am an INFJ, Avalon seems to have quite a lot of that type actually, it ain't a 1% in here
    I remember we reached this conclusion two years ago. Here are two more threads on the subject, Bill has actually revealed his type as so many other members, it is so very interesting ~

    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...Type-Indicator

    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...ypology-Test--
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    Quote Posted by etheric underground (here)
    Which group has the largest percentage Paula??
    Oh, this is a test isn't is? Pressure... I did read it but don't recall at the moment. As it is, I keep getting all the letters mixed up while reading the posts. I'm even forgetting my letters. Ha!

    Since I took the 16Personality test, which was about four months ago, the web design has changed. I didn’t spend a lot of time with the new one. This is a link for Myers-Briggs which mirrors my results from the 1980’s. It may help answer your question.

    In the meantime, I’ll peruse the 16Personality site, but can’t promise that I’ll spent oodles of time combing for the answer.
    "Say what?" Tee, it’s the new me, Sir Etheric Underground. And I’m lovin’ it!

    Wiki - Myers-Briggs Type indicator
    Some Topics:
    • 16 types break down of people in the US population
    • Concepts
    • Cognitive learning styles
    • Correlations to other instruments
    • Criticism
    • Reliability
    • Utility
    Last edited by RunningDeer; 18th April 2016 at 13:40.

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