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  • Personality Types

  • Sanguine Temperament

  • Type: cheerful Will-power: changeable Intelligence: quick Interest: extrovert Emotions: light, quick, brief, externalized, easily forgottenChief virtues: energy, humor, cheerfulness, friendship, talents, generosity, popularityMain Faults: gluttony, lust, vanity, irresponsibility, loquaciousness, gives up easily, thoughtlessnessNeeds: prudence, purity, moderation, modesty, mental prayer, serious reading, work on schedule, perseverance,Possible career: teaching, sales, popular arts, social work, entertainment, athletics,

  • Melancholic Temperament

  • Type: serious Will-power: enduring Intelligence: deep Interest: introvert Emotions: enduring, deep easily revived, slow, internalizedChief virtues: loyalty, perseverance, zeal, concentration, study, understanding, gentlenessMain faults: sensitivity, envy, sadness, moodiness, greed, scrupulosity, despondencyNeeds: humility, forgiveness, cheerfulness, friendliness, confessor, exercise, hobby, trust in GodPossible career: social work, science, writing, quick work math, research, education,

  • Choleric Temperament

  • Type: energetic Will power: strong Intelligence: sharp Interest: extrovert Emotions: deep, quick, enduring, externalized, easily revived.Main Faults: anger, pride, arrogance, sarcasm, cruelty, revenge, selfishness, obstinacyChief virtues: courage, energy, perseverance, enthusiasm, leadership, ambition, ideals, nobilityPossible career: building, exploring, outdoor work, using things, government, organization, Needs: humility, meekness, charity, self-control, forgiveness

  • Phlegmatic temperament

  • Type: calm Will-power: changeable Intelligence: thorough Interest: introvert Emotions: light, slow internalized, brief, seldom revivedChief virtues: patience, prudence, practicality, neatness, temperance, thick skinned, cautionMain faults: mediocrity, stubbornness, selfishness, negligence, conservatism, timidity, sloth, omissionNeeds: self-denial, prayer, cooperation, schedule, obedience, motivation, zealPossible career: business, counseling, detail work, mechanics, routine work

  • Why am I afraid to tell you who I am? Because you might see something in me you wont like and you might not accept me. John PowellWhy am I afraid to love? Because I might get hurt in the processlets love until it hurts, and if it hurts lets love until it hurts all the more until it hurts no more adapted

  • Games we play and masks we wear

    lets pretend and pretend were not pretending< faking, euphemism, sugar coating, false humilitychoosing to forget who we are and then forget weve forgotten< denial, escapegoating, blaming, comparingbehaving the world must revolve around us & determine its destiny< stubbornness, arrogance, complacency, conceitfeeling we are being controlled and taken over, manipulated, used< self-pity, rebellion, anger, revenge, paranoia, distrust thinking we are down there, low self-esteem, despised, ostracized < so confused, weak, and oppressed, inferior, bulliedclaiming and asserting rights which may not be ours, pushing< domineering, demanding, rationalizing, self-righteous

  • When I was young, I prayed to God that I might change the world. In middle age I realized I havent changed a soul, so I changed my prayer that I might change my family & Id be happy. In my old age, I saw no change at all, then I decided to finally pray that I might change myself eventually, all those around me would show signs of changeAdapted from Suffi Bayazid

  • The two seas in Palestine: the Sea of Galilee, a large lake with clean water & life in it. The other is the Dead Sea, every-thing about it is dead. Both get water from same source; the first flows into the sea, the other keeps its water within itself

  • Remember > the more we give of ourselves, the more we grow, > we can never give what we do not have. > it is important to become the best version of ourselves, > what we are is Gods gift to us, what we become is our gift to God

  • Take-home Messages: > the best thing to give your enemy is forgiveness; > to an opponent, tolerance > to a friend, your heart; > to your child, good example; > to a father, esteem; > to your mother, conduct that will make her proud of you; > to yourself, respect; > to all men, charity. Our respect for the childs right to progress gradually along the path of growth would prevent us from trying to hold him back and keep him in a phase of development that he would naturally wish to grow. Montessori

  • Education should no longer be mostly imparting of knowledge, but must take a new path, seeking the richness of human potentialities. MontessoriWe know how to find pearls in the shells of oysters, gold in the mountains, and coal in the bowels of the earth, but we are unaware of spiritual gems, the creative nebulae, that the child hides in himself when he enters this world to renew mankind. Montessori

  • Mastering ourselves is often a bigger job than mastering the elements of science and the world. Psychologists tell us that often we dislike in others the qualities that we tolerate in our lives.When Christ spoke people often felt uncomfortable because He looked at them as they really were. Do not judge lest you be judged. For in the way you judge, you will be judged. Matthew 7:1-4

  • My lifes story: > I am confused, scared, preoccupied, insecure, threatened, reluctant, uneasy, betrayed, proud questioning, distant, hurt, resentful, bitter, nasty, My dilemma: > unclear picture of myself > busy to take away fear > should I expose myself? > would people trust me? > how would others react? > am I ready to know myself? Realizations < focus; pay attention < face self squarely < take risks,take courage < be open, objective < reflect more, discern < decide, accept, decide

  • Turning stumbling blocks into stepping stones: God Who promised His continued presence in my life will never leave me unattended: He will help me find a turning point where change may begin. There is never a journey without making the first step forward, especially if it is toward growth and transformation. May you attain full knowledge of God through perfect wisdom and spiritual insight. There you will lead a life worthy of the Lord & pleasing to Him in every way He rescued us from the power of darkness and brought us into the kingdom of His Beloved Son. Col. 1: 9b-13

  • Being relatingsharingServing Doing Having LG O DVESources of Meaning

  • Response > to the invitation to relateExperience > of personal commitmentLife-giving > drawing the best outAttainment > successful interactionTransforming > renews personality, inspiring Investment > trusting, honest, lovingObjective > non-judgmental, openNurturing > enriching each other, liberatingSacrifice > giving until it hurts, self-offeringHoly > desiring only the best, prayerInitiative > to improve and deepenParticipative > mutual, two-way, reciprocal Sustained > lasting, enduring, strong, deep

  • Myers-Briggs Personality Types, Your Best Fit Type, and an introduction to the 16 Personality Types - Part 1http://www.personalitypathways.com/type_inventory2.htmlUnderstanding your Personality Type & the MBTI Characteristics & Profiles of the 16 Personality TypesBy Ross Reinhold, with Danielle PoirierSometimes a person who has been introduced to Myers-Briggs MBTI Personality Type may feel drawn to several as potential "best fit."There are many ways to explore solving this dilemma. One is to look at which of the four preference options you think or feel is borderline. (For example, you may be uncertain if you prefer "Thinking" or "Feeling.") Looking at one borderline preference produces 2 different type possibilities (example: INTP vs INFP).

  • Another method of verifying your BEST FIT MYERS-BRIGGS TYPE is to look at temperament descriptions. Sometimes the two type alternatives are drawn from 2 different temperaments and thus comparing temperament differences is instructive. Handbooks by authors Berens and Nardi can be helpful. [ . . . One word of caution. The four basic Kiersey Temperament categories are the most helpful. The Kiersey descriptions of 16 types (using the MBTI type code designations) - as found in the book "Please Understand Me" - are not recommended. They do not necessarily follow the accepted type model . . . nor are they as well researched . . . so they are as likely to muddy the water for you as help.]

  • A third method, and one found most helpful, of narrowing the search for BEST FIT MYERS-BRIGGS TYPE is advocated by consultant Danielle Poirier.

    This involves first noting the dominant function of the alternative types you are considering.

    If they are different form one another, the d