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IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE ABOUT YOURSELF, I ENCOURAGE YOU TO TAKE A PERSONALITY TEST, BUT KEEP IN MIND THAT IT IS JUST ONE PIECE OF THE PUZZLE. TO TRULY UNDERSTAND WHO YOU ARE, YOU NEED TO REFLECT ON YOUR OWN EXPERIENCES, VALUES, AND BELIEFS.

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✍️ WHO AM I? A SUBJECTIVE PERSONALITY TEST

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📄 ABSTRACT OF WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST
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Personality tests have been used for centuries to try to understand the human psyche. However, personality is a complex and multifaceted phenomenon, and no single test can accurately capture all aspects of our true selves.

In recent years, there has been a growing awareness of the limitations of personality tests. Researchers have found that personality test results can be influenced by a variety of factors, including our mood, our environment, and our social desirability bias. Additionally, personality tests can only measure what they are designed to measure, and they often fail to account for the nuances of human behavior.

Despite their limitations, personality tests can still be a useful tool for self-discovery and personal growth. When taken with a grain of salt, they can provide us with valuable insights into our strengths and weaknesses, our values and beliefs, and our motivations.

This paper explores the limitations of personality tests and argues that they should not be used as the sole basis for making decisions about our lives. Instead, we should view personality tests as one tool among many that can help us to better understand ourselves as well as propose that real knowledge doesn’t come from outside even though input is sometimes useful, but from inside.

THE BENEFITS OF WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST
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“My personality test results said I was a unique individual. I’m not sure if that’s because I’m special or because I’m just a weirdo.” - Unknown

  • Self-awareness: Personality tests can help you to better understand your strengths, weaknesses, values, beliefs, and motivations. This self-awareness can be helpful in all areas of your life, from your career to your relationships.

  • Personal growth: Once you understand your personality, you can start to identify areas where you want to grow and develop. Personality tests can help you to set goals for yourself and to track your progress.

  • Improved relationships: Understanding your personality can also help you to better understand the personalities of others. This can lead to improved relationships, both personal and professional.

  • Career development: Personality tests can be used to help you identify careers that are a good fit for your personality. They can also be used to help you develop the skills and knowledge that you need to be successful in your career.

Here are some specific examples of how personality tests can be beneficial:

  • A job seeker can use a personality test to identify their strengths and weaknesses and to choose a career that is a good fit for their personality.

  • A student can use a personality test to identify their learning style and to develop strategies for studying more effectively.

  • A manager can use personality tests to build a team of employees with complementary personalities.

  • A parent can use personality tests to better understand their children and to raise them in a way that is supportive of their personalities.

It is important to note that personality tests are not perfect. They can only measure what they are designed to measure, and they often fail to account for the nuances of human behavior. Additionally, personality test results can be influenced by a variety of factors, including our mood, our environment, and our social desirability bias.

Despite their limitations, personality tests can still be a useful tool for self-discovery and personal growth. When taken with a grain of salt, they can provide us with valuable insights into ourselves.

🏛️ ORIGINS AND PRINCIPLES OF WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST
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The origins of personality tests can be traced back to ancient Greece and China, where philosophers and physicians attempted to develop typologies of human personality. However, the first modern personality test was not developed until the early 20th century.

In 1910, Carl Jung published his book The Psychology of Types, in which he proposed a typology of personality based on two dichotomies: introversion/extroversion and thinking/feeling. Jung’s typology was influential in the development of early personality tests, such as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI).

Another early personality test was the Woodworth Personal Data Sheet, which was developed in 1918 for use in the US Army during World War I. The Woodworth Personal Data Sheet was designed to identify soldiers who were at risk for developing mental disorders.

In the 1920s and 1930s, several new personality tests were developed, including the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) and the California Psychological Inventory (CPI). These tests were designed to assess a wider range of personality traits than previous tests, and they are still widely used today in clinical and research settings.

Since the 1940s, there has been a proliferation of personality tests, each with its focus and purpose. Some personality tests are designed to assess specific traits, such as anxiety or depression. Others are designed to provide a more comprehensive assessment of personality, including cognitive style, values, and interests.

Personality tests are now used in a variety of settings, including schools, businesses, and the military. They are also used by individuals for self-discovery and personal growth.

Here are some of the key milestones in the history of personality tests:

  • 1910: Carl Jung publishes The Psychology of Types, in which he proposes a typology of personality based on two dichotomies: introversion/extroversion and thinking/feeling.

  • 1914: Katharine Briggs begins developing the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) based on Jung’s typology.

  • 1918: Robert Woodworth developed the Woodworth Personal Data Sheet for use in the US Army during World War I.

  • 1921: Starke Hathaway and J.C. McKinley developed the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI).

  • 1931: Gordon Allport and H.S. Odbert publish A Trait-Name Lexicon, which lists over 18,000 words related to personality traits.

  • 1949: Raymond Cattell publishes The Scientific Analysis of Personality, in which he identifies 16 personality factors.

  • 1956: Paul Costa and Robert McCrae began developing the NEO Personality Inventory (NEO-PI), which is now known as the NEO Personality Inventory-Revised (NEO PI-R).

Personality tests have continued to evolve, and new tests are being developed all the time. Today, personality tests are one of the most widely used tools in psychology.

PRINCIPLES OF WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST
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The principles of personality tests are based on the following assumptions:

  • Personality is a stable trait. Personality tests assume that our personality traits are relatively stable over time. This means that our personality is not likely to change significantly from one day to the next.

  • Personality is measurable. Personality tests assume that personality traits can be measured using self-report questionnaires or other objective measures.

  • Personality is multi-dimensional. Personality tests assume that personality is made up of multiple traits. These traits may be correlated with each other, but they are distinct entities.

  • Personality is predictive. Personality tests assume that personality traits can be used to predict future behavior. For example, a personality test may be used to predict how someone will perform in a job interview or how they will adjust to a new school environment.

Here are some of the key principles of personality tests:

  • Standardization: Personality tests are standardized, which means that they are administered and scored in the same way for all test-takers. This allows for the comparison of test results between different individuals and groups.

  • Reliability: Personality tests should be reliable, meaning that they produce consistent results over time. A reliable test will give you the same results if you take it twice, even if there is a significant time gap between the two test administrations.

  • Validity: Personality tests should be valid, meaning that they measure what they are intended to measure. A valid test will be able to distinguish between people with different personality traits.

🗨️ GUIDING PARTICIPANTS
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  • Sitting by side so you can perceive nuances in facial expression, gestures, and coloration of the skin and not stay in the way of a client who is accessing their images and creating metaphors in front of them.

  • Modulate your voice and speak slowly and melodically.

  • Be interested in client exploration.

  • Repeat the client’s words using his voice delivery. For instance, when the client spoke about an exciting event, his face lightened up, his words speeded up and his tone of voice was higher. As a professional, you are, to match his expression or attend acting class to learn essentials.

  • Connect the question and experience with coordinating conjunction and/as/when.

💧 WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST SCRIPT BASED ON EXPLORATION OF VLADIMIR KLIMSA
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“I’m not sure what’s more revealing: my personality test results or the fact that I took it in the first place.” - Unknown

Vlad: “Hello, What can I do for you today?”

Client: “I would like to know who am I?”

Vlad: “To clarify. When you think about who you are, have you got theme to refer to? For instance some people are searching for their gender identity, others for their path to their careers.”

Client: “I know I am woman, and I got my work lined up. What I am looking for is who am I in context of receiving and giving guidance.”

Vlad: “You are looking for who you are in context of receiving and giving guidance. We may start with Core transformation process to find out your core state, and after we expand on metaphors, they might be different, or they might be some. Relax into knowing that soon you’ll get sensation of the path.” Vlad does core transformation in 23 minutes.

Client: “That was amazing. How can I learn it?”

Vlad: “I agree. Core transformation is method developed by Connirae and Tamara Andreas, and I’ll write down for you link coretransformation.org. You come here to find out who you are in the context of receiving and giving messages. If you would like to continue we will search for metaphor as a mean to get connection and understanding. When you are receiving and giving messages you are like what?”

Client: “I think I am a recipient for receiving and offering.”

Vlad: “And what kind of recipient is this recipient?”

Client: “I got in the state, I listen or ask and listen and share only what I was revealed.”

Vlad: “Is there anything else about being recipient, going into the state, listen or ask en listen and share only what was revealed to you?”

Client: “I feel blessed while I am in the state.”

Vlad: “And when you are blessed while in the state. That’s like what?”

Client: “It’s like being one with everything. It’s wonderful”

Vlad: “That’s touching. And kind of recipient with state of blessing is like what?”

Client: “The nearest metaphor is a garden blooming with love.”

Vlad: “As you are perceiving metaphor a garden blooming with love I would like to ask: ‘Is there anything else about being a garden blooming with love?’”

Client: “I have found what I was looking for. Now I can treat with a weed, nurture and support good plants and trees. It’s all clear to me now.”

Vlad: “That’s wonderful. Let’s go to your future far, far away with your blessed state as a recipient experimenting being a garden blooming with love and looking back observe diffculties and issue you have overcome, which have had strenthen you as a person, brought learning and experiences. Take all the time you need and when you are ready come back here and now with memory of having walked the path.”

Client: “I am a garden blooming with love from my core state of oneness and I am on the journey. Thanks very much.”

👣 THE BASIC PROCESS WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST
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  1. Elicit core state Core transformation process

  2. Elicit metaphor using clean language questions

  3. Do pseudo orientation in time

💪 MEDITATION OF WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST
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  1. Find a quiet and comfortable place to sit or lie down. Close your eyes and take a few deep breaths. Relax your body and mind.

  2. Imagine that you are standing in a large, open space. In the distance, you see a bright light. As you get closer to the light, you realize that it is a doorway.

  3. Step through the doorway and find yourself in a beautiful and peaceful place.

  4. Ask yourself the question: ‘I am like what? or That’s like what?’ Then relax and wait for the answer which may appear as words, images, or sensations.

  5. And continue asking: “And what kind of X is that X?”

  6. “It’s there anything else about X?”

  7. Repeat the steps 4 - 6 till you are satisfied

  • Take a few moments to reflect on your experience. What did you learn about yourself? How did you feel?

  • How can you carry this feeling with you into your everyday life?

  • Remember, you are always connected to your true self. You can always access its love, guidance, and support

Tips:

  • Be gentle and patient with yourself. This meditation may take some practice before you feel comfortable with it.

  • Trust your intuition and go with whatever feels right for you.

  • Enjoy the journey of self-discovery!

▶️ VIDEO OF WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST
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▶️ Youtube - TEDxMaui - Dr. Pualani Kanahele - Living the Myth and Unlocking the Metaphor

❔ FAQ ABOUT WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST
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Q: WHAT IS A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY SUBJECTIVE TEST?

A: WHO AM I - PERSONALITY SUBJECTIVE TEST is a type of personality test that relies on the individual’s self-report of their personality traits from their inner core.

Q: WHY SHOULD I TAKE A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY SUBJECTIVE TEST?

A: WHO AM I - PERSONALITY SUBJECTIVE TEST can be a helpful tool for self-discovery and personal growth. It can help you to better understand your strengths and weaknesses, your values and beliefs, and your motivations. This information can be helpful in all areas of your life, from your career to your relationships.

Q: HOW ACCURATE IS WHO AM I - PERSONALITY SUBJECTIVE TEST?

A: The accuracy of the WHO AM I - PERSONALITY SUBJECTIVE TEST varies depending on the time, environment, mood, age, companionship, and the guide. Generally speaking, our Core values get strengthened through our lives and our metaphors are evolving.

Q: WHAT ARE SOME OF THE MOST COMMON WHO AM I - PERSONALITY SUBJECTIVE TESTS?

A: Some of the most common PERSONALITY TESTS include the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), the NEO Personality Inventory (NEO PI-R), and the 16 Personalities Test which measure and interpret responses derived in US culture, in certain times with values chart given by a team of researchers. t is important to interpret the results carefully. Remember that these tests are not perfect and they should not be used to label yourself or others.

Here are some additional tips for interpreting the results of a WHO AM I - PERSONALITY SUBJECTIVE TEST:

  • Be honest with yourself when answering the questions.

  • Don’t try to be someone you’re not.

  • Remember that personality traits are not fixed. They can change over time.

  • Don’t compare yourself to others. Everyone is unique.

  • Use the results of the test to help you to better understand yourself and to make positive changes in your life.

😆 JOKES ABOUT PERSONALITY TEST
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  • What do you call a personality test that always gives the same results?

A re-personality test.

  • What’s the difference between a personality test and a horoscope?

One is a scientific way to measure your personality, and the other one is a fun way to read about yourself.

  • What do you call a personality test that gives you the results you want to hear?

A confirmation bias test.

  • What do you call a personality test that’s long and boring?

A test of your patience.

  • What do you call a personality test that’s so accurate, it’s scary?

A mind reader.

  • What do you call a personality test that gives you the results of your coworkers?

A recipe for disaster.

  • What do you call a personality test that gives you the results of your ex-partner?

A closure tool.

  • What do you call a personality test that gives you the results of your future self?

A time machine.

  • What do you call a personality test that gives you the results of your dog?

A fur-sonality test.

  • What do you call a personality test that gives you the results of your cat?

An im-purr-sonality test.

  • What do you call a personality test that gives you the results of your goldfish?

A fishy-sonality test.

  • What do you call a personality test that gives you the results of your pet rock?

A rock-solid personality test.

  • What do you call a personality test that gives you the results of your imaginary friend?

A figment of your imagination-ability test.

  • What do you call a personality test that gives you the results of your alter ego?

A split personality test.

  • What do you call a personality test that gives you the results of your shadow self?

A dark side personality test.

  • What do you call a personality test that gives you the results of your subconscious mind?

A dream interpretation test.

  • What do you call a personality test that gives you the results of your karma?

A past life regression test.

  • What do you call a personality test that gives you the results of your future life?

A psychic reading.

  • What do you call a personality test that gives you the results of your pet’s reincarnation?

A second chance-ability test.

  • What do you call a personality test that gives you the results of the universe?

A cosmic consciousness test.

🦋 METAPHORS ABOUT WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST
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  • A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST is like a mirror, it reflects to you who you are.

  • A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST is like a map, it shows you the different paths you can take in life.

  • A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST is like a compass, it helps you find your true north.

  • A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST is like a kaleidoscope, it reveals the beauty and complexity of your inner world.

  • A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST is like a fingerprint, it is unique to you.

  • A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST is like a treasure hunt, it helps you discover your hidden talents and potential.

  • A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST is like a journey of self-discovery, it leads you to a deeper understanding of yourself.

  • A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST is like a gift, it gives you the insights you need to live a more fulfilling life.

  • A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST is like a key, it unlocks the door to your true self.

  • A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST is like a puzzle, it helps you to piece together the different parts of your personality.

  • A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST is like a painting, it reveals the colors and brushstrokes of your unique character.

  • A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST is like a song, it plays the melody of your life.

  • A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST is like a dance, it shows you the rhythm of your soul.

  • A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST is like a poem, it expresses the beauty of your inner world.

  • A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST is like a novel, it tells the story of your life.

  • A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST is like a symphony, it harmonizes the different instruments of your personality.

  • A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST is like a rainbow, it reveals the spectrum of your emotions.

  • A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST is like a sunset, it illuminates the beauty of your inner landscape.

  • A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST is like a starry night, it reveals the infinite possibilities of your future.

  • A WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST is like a universe, it is vast and mysterious, and there is always more to discover.

📚 RESOURCES OF WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST:
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@book Andreas, Connirae, Andreas, Tamara; 1994, Core Transformation: reaching the wellspring within. Moab, Utah: Real People Press. ISBN 0-911226-32-X

@book M.D. Cooper, Linn F., M.D. Milton H. Erickson, 1982; Time Distortion in Hypnosis: An Experimental and Clinical Investigation, ISBN 978-0829007022

@book George Lakoff, Mark Johnson, 2003, Metaphors We Live By. ISBN 978-0226468013

@slides Personality test

@web Core transformation

@video Core transformation foundation

🧑‍🦲 VLADIMIR KLIMSA EXPERIENCE WITH WHO AM I - PERSONALITY TEST
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“I’m starting to think that personality tests are just a way for people to label each other and put each other in boxes.” - Unknown

I have read the books, watch videos, attended seminars, and practiced on myself and others. I started with a personality test and found out that a psychologist who is trying to comprehend the infinite and multidimensional number of my thoughts and encapsulate them into a small square paper that will represent my personality isn’t the way. So I reached a bit deeper, till I found satisfaction.

✏️ CONCLUSION
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Personality tests can be a useful tool for self-discovery and personal growth. They can help us to better understand our strengths and weaknesses, our values and beliefs, and our motivations. This information can be helpful in all areas of our lives, from our careers to our relationships.

However, it is important to remember that personality tests are not perfect. They are just one tool that we can use to learn more about ourselves.

  • Personality tests are based on self-report, which means that they rely on our perceptions of ourselves. This can be problematic, as we may not always be accurate or honest in our self-assessments.

  • Personality tests measure only certain aspects of our personality. They cannot capture the full complexity of who we are.

It is important to use personality tests with a critical eye. We should not rely on them solely to make decisions about our lives. Instead, we should view them as one tool that we can use to learn more about ourselves.

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He is an explorer of the structure of subjective experience, seeking a deeper understanding of how people experience the world through their conscious and subconscious minds. He studies the inner worlds of thoughts, feelings, and sensations that shape our perceptions, behaviors, and choices.
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