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This is a discussion on Awakening the Hero Within: Hero Archetype Test within the Personality Test Resources forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; You are the Seeker. 13% Innocent, 54% Orphan, 92% Warrior, 54% Caregiver, 100% Seeker, 29% Lover, 46% Destroyer, 67% Creator, ...

  1. #21

    You are the Seeker.

    13% Innocent, 54% Orphan, 92% Warrior, 54% Caregiver, 100% Seeker, 29% Lover, 46% Destroyer, 67% Creator, 28% Magician, 67% Ruler, 50% Sage and 50% 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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  2. #22

    You are the Seeker.

    42% Innocent, 54% Orphan, 58% Warrior, 38% Caregiver, 88% Seeker, 58% Lover, 50% Destroyer, 79% Creator, 72% Magician, 54% Ruler, 71% Sage and 50% 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 his/her 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.

  3. #23

    You are the Creator (or Sage, or Fool)


    29% Innocent, 25% Orphan, 29% Warrior, 50% Caregiver, 58% Seeker, 33% Lover, 54% Destroyer, 63% Creator, 60% Magician, 50% Ruler, 63% Sage and 63% Fool!

    Goal: Identity
    Fear: Inauthenticity
    Response to Dragon/Problem: Claim it as part of the self
    Task: self-creation, self-acceptance
    Gift: Individuality, vocation
    Addictions: Work, creativity

  4. #24

    You are the Creator

    63% Innocent, 25% Orphan, 50% Warrior, 50% Caregiver, 58% Seeker, 54% Lover, 58% Destroyer, 75% Creator, 56% Magician, 54% Ruler, 58% Sage and 29% Fool!

    Goal: Identity
    Fear: Inauthenticity
    Response to Dragon/Problem: Claim it as part of the self
    Task: self-creation, self-acceptance
    Gift: Individuality, vocation
    Addictions: Work, creativity

    The Creator is the center of improvement, always striving to create and better her/his surroundings. The Soul is the center of the Creator’s dance, and it seeks to find a deeper sense of self and wisdom even at the price of the Ego’s functions of keeping us healthy and functioning. The Soul is the source of our freewill, and the healthy creator can tap into the potential, creating circumstances while others feel acted upon by her/his actions.
    The Creator is driven to be authentic despite the costs. Creators are threatening to Warriors and Seekers, who are very concerned with how things are ‘supposed’ to be.

    Shadow Creator:
    The Shadow creator creates without any sense of responsibility for what s/he is making. The Shadow Creator often will deny his/her responsibility in events. Most often, the Creator is shunned by the community, and a Shadow Creator seeks to create to disturb the community from which s/he is shunned. If a creation comes out badly, a Shadow Creator will blame circumstances.

  5. #25

    This quiz is good ... with flaws...
    You are the Seeker.

    67% Innocent, 46% Orphan, 38% Warrior, 42% Caregiver, 71% Seeker, 54% Lover, 50% Destroyer, 71% Creator, 64% Magician, 46% Ruler, 71% Sage and 38% 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.


    Isn't this a bit contradictory?? Since I am both creator and seeker...
    The Creator is driven to be authentic despite the costs. Creators are threatening to Warriors and Seekers, who are very concerned with how things are ‘supposed’ to be.


  6. #26

    Goal: Transformation
    Fear: Evil sorcery
    Response to Dragon/Problem: Transform it
    Task: Align self with cosmos
    Gift: Personal power
    Addictions: Power, hallucinogenic or mind-altering drugs
    Magicians are intuitive to the point that they know things that they did not know they could know. The Magician sees the sacred as something immanent in us, nature, society, the earth, and the cosmos. Thus the Magician provides as sense of connectedness wit the whole and an understanding that what within us contains all that is outside ourselves. Magicians can align the body, mind and soul around a commitment to really let go of a pattern. In healing the self, the Magician learns how to heal others.

    Shadow Magician:
    If a Magician internalizes either’s voices and listen to the abusive voices in our own heads, we become subject to the Shadow Magician. By denying the power to heal and transform, a Shadow Magician is born. A Shadow Magician tends to act out in hostile and harmful ways, judging people harshly and making people feel like less than they are.
    Shadow Magicians use their charisma to control others. A Shadow Magician, though able to see and understand so much, chooses to deny the truth and avoid dealing with the matter before and in him/her.
    Shadow Magicians depend on Shadow Orphans as targets.

  7. #27

    You are the Innocent

    88% Innocent, 17% Orphan, 58% Warrior, 63% Caregiver, 58% Seeker, 79% Lover, 38% Destroyer, 75% Creator, 76% Magician, 54% Ruler, 63% Sage and 46% Fool!

    Goal: remain in safety
    Fear: abandonment
    Response to Dragon/Problem: Deny or seek rescue
    Task: Fidelity, discernment
    Gift: Trust, optimism, loyalty
    Addictions: Consumerism, sugar, cheerfulness
    The Journey of the Innocent, in all its versions, begins in a kind of utopia, a safe, secure, peaceful, loving environment. Suddenly, we are thrown fro m that environment and enter a world where we are judged, where unfair discriminations are made, where conflict and violence are rampant and illusions are shattered.”
    The Innocent in each of us, however, knows that if that safe garden is possible anywhere or anytime, even if we personally never remember experiencing it, then it can be recreated sometimes, by someone.
    Only at the end of our journey are we Wise Innocents, knowing the whole breadth of life’s experiences, and choosing to create a peaceful, egalitarian world where all creatures can be known, honoured, and empowered.
    The Innocent also believes that it is important to stay defined by one’s persona and have no secrets from the world.
    Shadow Side:
    The Shadow side of the innocent wants to protect the innocent state by refusing the Fall, and can cause us to be in denial about our own actions. When healthy, Innocents transgress, forgive themselves, moderate their behaviour, and move on. Shadow innocents blame themselves if others violate their principles.

    How others will see you:
    Shadow Orphans will tempt the Innocent to cross the physical and metaphorical street and to flout the rules. The Shadow Warrior will wage war on the Innocent, criticizing unmercifully.
    The Shadow Caregiver will demand sacrifice and accuse the Innocent of selfishness if he or she shows the slightest regard for personal wishes or welfare.
    You will see others as:
    Seekers will be seen as heretics, Destroyers as enemies, Lovers as immoral seducers, and Creators as dangerous sources of hubris.

  8. #28

    You are the Sage

    38% Innocent, 50% Orphan, 42% Warrior, 42% Caregiver, 58% Seeker, 50% Lover, 46% Destroyer, 58% Creator, 48% Magician, 46% Ruler, 79% Sage and 58% Fool!

    Goal: Truth

    Fear: Deception

    Response to Dragon/Problem: Transcend it

    Task: Attain enlightenment

    Gift: Wisdom, non-attachment

    Addictions: Being right, tranquilizers



    Sages have little or no need to control or change the world; they just want to understand it. The Sage’s path is the journey to find out the truth– about ourselves, our world, and the universe. However, it is not simply about finding knowledge, but about becoming wise. The challenge of the Sage is to decode the clue and solve the underlying riddle of existence. They seek to cultivate and attitude of dispassionate reflection so that they can experience real truth. The Sage merely watches the action, while looking for the underlying truth.

    Shadow Sage:

    The Shadow Sage is not so much unattached as cut off from reality. S/he is so obsessed by non-attachment that s/he cannot commit to people, projects, or ideas. Sometimes a Negative Sage deludes her/himself with the idea that his provides him/her with freedom, but s/he is not free at all. The negative Sage is addicted to being perfect and truthful and right and has no tolerance of normal human feelings or vulnerabilities. Such a Sage often tends towards ascetic practices and constantly derides the self or others for any sign of not being perfect.

    Shadow Sages also tend to try to make the world seem less mysterious by limiting the number of acceptable ways of perceiving reality. Such individuals are also incapable of acknowledging the way that their own subjective biases colour their supposedly rational findings. Shadow Sages typically want to control knowledge in such a way that it is not threatening by focusing on a style that correspond to their learning style. Knowledge, then, becomes a way of showing superiority to others. Their primary focus thus becomes not on the attainment of wisdom itself, but on the evaluation of others. Whatever relative truth they have discovered is identified with absolute truth, and their primary focus is in guarding this truth from assaults by the barbarians.
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  9. #29

    You are the Caregiver

    71% Innocent, 33% Orphan, 71% Warrior, 100% Caregiver, 88% Seeker, 88% Lover, 75% Destroyer, 83% Creator, 100% Magician, 71% Ruler, 79% Sage and 83% Fool!
    Goal: Help others.
    Fear: Selfishness
    Response to Dragon/Problem: Take care of it or those it harms
    Task: Give without maiming self or others
    Gift: Compassion, generosity
    Addictions: Caretaking, codependence


    The ideal of the Caregiver is the perfect, caring parent—generative, loving, and attentive to noticing and developing talents and interests. The Caregiver is the creator of community that helps people feel that they belong and are valued and cared for by encouraging nurturing relationships between and among individuals and constituencies.
    Shadow Side:
    Shadow caregivers wish to maintain indefinitely the symbiotic state experienced by mother and child, devouring the growing your protégé to try to keep it or make it part of his or her own self. The irony, of course, is that Shadow Caregivers devour others wile also feeling devoured themselves by the caregiving roles. In fact, protégés are often driven or manipulated into doing what the Shadow Caregiver would like to be doing in an unlived life. A Shadow caregiver also may feel that s/he never gets anything back for his/her trouble. However, this type of Shadow caregiver also cannot get anything back, because s/he refuses to receive. These Caregivers may use guilt and obligation they inspire in others to get their own way.

  10. #30

    You are the Caregiver

    58% Innocent, 33% Orphan, 54% Warrior, 96% Caregiver, 96% Seeker, 88% Lover, 67% Destroyer, 75% Creator, 84% Magician, 92% Ruler, 63% Sage and 79% Fool!


    Goal: Help others.
    Fear: Selfishness
    Response to Dragon/Problem: Take care of it or those it harms
    Task: Give without maiming self or others
    Gift: Compassion, generosity
    Addictions: Caretaking, codependence

    The ideal of the Caregiver is the perfect, caring parent—generative, loving, and attentive to noticing and developing talents and interests. The Caregiver is the creator of community that helps people feel that they belong and are valued and cared for by encouraging nurturing relationships between and among individuals and constituencies.
    Shadow Side:
    Shadow caregivers wish to maintain indefinitely the symbiotic state experienced by mother and child, devouring the growing your protégé to try to keep it or make it part of his or her own self. The irony, of course, is that Shadow Caregivers devour others wile also feeling devoured themselves by the caregiving roles. In fact, protégés are often driven or manipulated into doing what the Shadow Caregiver would like to be doing in an unlived life. A Shadow caregiver also may feel that s/he never gets anything back for his/her trouble. However, this type of Shadow caregiver also cannot get anything back, because s/he refuses to receive. These Caregivers may use guilt and obligation they inspire in others to get their own way.


 
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