When I finally got my hands on it, I dove into it pretty quickly. However, here the author breaks everything down into easy-to-read sections and offers simple meditations so the reader can get the most out of each step in the Instruction. He believes that we have free will To me, that suggests a fair amount of determinism.

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Thinker Caregiver The quintessential characteristic of a Caregiver type is the desire to take care of others.

For this reason, Caregivers may be drawn to the long-term care of children or the elderly. Though some Caregivers find their need to nurture satisfied by raising a family, many others seek out work in such venues as schools, hospitals, and animal shelters. This trait makes it essential that you go out of your way to take care of yourself as well as those around you. You are loyal to the extreme, and you guard those who are entrusted to your care with your life.

Your empathy allows you to understand nonverbal emotional signals. This ability will tell you when someone needs your help, and how best to assist them. It is common for Caregiver types to intuitively know what someone needs at any given time.

Creator As the name suggests, Creators are drawn to creativity of all sorts. This includes conventional artistic pursuits such as photography or painting, and activities including dance, gardening, cooking, and playing music. Without a creative outlet, Creators can become miserable, which is why, if this is your type, you will be drawn to express yourself creatively in anything you do.

You have the ability to be original, and will use your imagination to find new or better ways to convey your ideas. The sensitivity that is a mark of the Creator can be hard to manage in this harsh modern world. It does, however, give you an advantage when it comes to accessing the intuitive part of yourself.

For this reason, many people who make their living as psychics are Creator types. The Creator trait of idealism allows you to see the good in others and the potential in people and situations.

Focusing on the big picture will come naturally, though paying attention to details may not. Educator Educators are drawn to teaching. Getting your point across is something that comes naturally to you.

You may have a tendency to be long-winded or to adopt an air of superiority at times. Most Educators have a desire to demonstrate what they know to others. Family members make great students and may become a captive audience at times. Much of what you know may come from reading and study, but you may also have natural insight into a subject, often accumulated over many lifetimes.

Educators are comfortable in academic pursuits and enjoy acquiring knowledge, particularly through books. Helper You can find Helper types at the scene of an accident, behind the counter in a shop, or doing laborious work—such as garbage collection—jobs that others feel are beneath them.

From fruit pickers in California to hospital staff in Boston, Helpers are everywhere. Helper types have plenty of common sense, and a pragmatic approach to problems that ensures things get done.

With their no-nonsense, roll-your-sleeves-up-and-get-the-job-done approach to life, Helpers keep the modern world rolling. Without them, our cities would grind to a halt, and the infrastructure of our societies would crumble. For that reason, dedication to a career, partner, family, or friends will come easily to you.

You might even throw yourself behind a cause, like getting someone elected, or ensuring that a ballot measure gets passed. Many Helpers will spend long years in the same job, proud to have never missed a day of work.

When it comes to expressing emotions, you rarely allow yourself to get too carried away. Being stable and grounded means keeping a strong attachment to the Physical Plane and not being distracted by flights of fancy. Your purpose is not to change the world, but to keep it turning smoothly. Hunter As a Hunter, you have both feet firmly planted on the ground.

You are goal-oriented and will see a task through to completion, working in an orderly manner. You have a strong practical streak and may sometimes forget to take time to stop and smell the flowers. A Hunter type might drive through an ugly industrial area rather than taking a picturesque country road, just to shave a couple of minutes off the journey.

Your pragmatic nature might result in your home being more functional than decorative. Thousands of years ago, the survival of the tribe would have depended on your ability to stay focused on your mission to track down and catch your prey. This trait remains in Hunter types and is what makes them excellent providers for their families. Your logical approach to life sometimes makes it hard to access your emotional and intuitive self.

Like some Hunter types, you may be suspicious of those who base their decisions on gut feelings or something other than plain facts. Your loyalty to your family, friends, or co-workers is strong, as is your ability to organize others. You may be drawn to team sports or group activities, though you can work alone equally well.

Solitary Hunters occupy offices throughout the corporate world, while small groups of them can be found scaling mountains or otherwise seeking adventure and the chance to prove themselves.

If you want to see Hunters in a larger group, simply take a look at a football team or a platoon of soldiers. Leader It would be hard to imagine you being anything but the leader in any group. In fact, taking any kind of subservient role may feel demeaning to you. As a Leader type, you have a natural air of authority, and a charisma that makes you stand out in a crowd.

You bring to this life an innate wisdom, which is why people will look to you for advice. This may work in an emergency, but in other circumstances it can give the impression that you are arrogant or condescending. It can be hard to find good role models, given the scarcity of Leader types, but you can always refer to history to see how individuals such as Alexander the Great and John F. Kennedy used their leadership skills. Not every Leader becomes a president, of course, and many end up in humbler circumstances.

You can always recognize Leaders by their inner confidence and occasionally by their coterie of followers or assistants. Performer Performers are outgoing, charming people with a strong sense of fun. Because of their desire to communicate, they tend to be more talkative than many other soul types.

You will generally feel comfortable being the focus of attention and may dress or behave in a way that attracts attention to you. Your passionate nature and tendency to express strong emotions may make you appear a little volatile to more down-to-earth types. More than any other type, the Performer needs the approval of others. Speaking of jobs, you may find it unbearable to spend eight hours a day in a solitary cubicle—your need to connect with others is too strong.

You may go out of the way to make your job fun or to entertain those around you just to keep things amusing. Spiritualist What unites Spiritualists is a deeply held belief in a world beyond this one. You will have a desire to express your spirituality in some way, and may be drawn to religion or other spiritual practices. Many Spiritualists are highly intuitive, which is why you may have had psychic experiences in the past and why you will tend to use your sixth sense when it comes to decisionmaking.

You have a great deal of compassion, and may feel a strong need to create a better world, or to help people make the best of their lives. Whatever work you choose, you must feel you have a higher purpose. It is not enough for a Spiritualist type to simply pick up a check at the end of the week. There has to be a feeling that someone has benefited from your efforts. Whether you know it or not, you frequently inspire others through your behavior. By expressing Spiritualist values such as compassion, fairness, honesty and altruism, you encourage others to live by these values—especially younger Spiritualists who will wish to emulate you.

Thinker Most Thinker types are cerebral, skeptical individuals, who often discount their emotions or intuition in favor of rational analysis. This intellectual approach to life can cause some Thinkers to appear restrained and unemotional to those around them. When hurt, they have to analyze or rationalize what happened before allowing themselves to feel their emotions.

Once the emotions kick in, however, Thinkers can feel things as deeply as any other soul type. A love of books is one of the most common markers for this soul type. In fact, librarians are almost always Thinker types, as are most scientists, writers, and college professors. They can find their place anywhere in the world, though they can always be recognized by their analytical approach to life. You might find it useful to carry a notebook with you to help analyze your thoughts as they come.

You will enjoy good one-on-one conversation, as this allows you to process your thoughts through discussion and analysis. Your life will be a constant search for knowledge and understanding.


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