www.jesus-saves-all.com's Result : 1w2 or 4w3
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) so that you can deduce which one fits you best.
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The ethical, the perfectionist
Hermione Granger (Harry Potter)
Gandalf (Lord of the Rings)
1s look to live in a perfect world and work hard to make themselves, everyone and everything around them better. They are reasonable and conscientious beings who have good self-control, to the point that they are able to exercise restraint on their own impulses, emotions or desires. Whatever they do, they do it to the best of their ability, based on high levels of professionalism, competence, principle, honesty and integrity. They are disciplined, organized and are often very hard workers. They are passionate about the idea of making the world a better place for everyone and take their work very seriously. They are prepared to give everything to a cause they believe in.
1s try, often subconsciously, to avoid internal anger at all costs. Being perfectionists directed by morals and ethics, they have a voice inside their head that criticises everything wrong that they do. They try at all costs to avoid mistakes that would put their competence and trust in doubt.
Center of attention and motivation
1s’ attention focuses on the environment, which they look to improve. They pick up on the imperfections and are naturally inspired to rectify them. Thus, they pay a lot of attention to detail and look to maintain very high standards.
1s are motivated by developing the quality of what they do and are always looking to improve. Their actions are based on their norms, morals and principles. They feel the need to live in an honest way and are always pushing to improve themselves, others and everything that surrounds them.
Vice and defense mechanism
When their compulsion takes over (to avoid mistakes), 1s’ ego pushes them to their vice: resentment: to correct all the mistakes they encounter in order to get closer to perfection. They thus have internal anger because to them nothing seems as fair as it should be, and in the same way their defence mechanism: reaction formation, pushes them to suppress this anger with great effort, because to them it is a lack of self control. If they judge their temptations to be the cause of their anguish, they will do the opposite of the latter: if they are tempted to soften their workload, they will work harder. When their compulsion takes over, they can become irritable and critical towards those who do not respect their high moral standard and their need for organisation and structure.
When they are in harmony with themselves and manage their compulsion, 1s are conscientious, dedicated to what they do, responsible, honest, trustworthy and helpful.
They are at ease when everything is running in an organised manner and follows the rules. Especially when things move forward faster than expected. Then, they reach out to their integration type (type 7), and the latter’s positive traits are incorporated into their own behaviour. This way, they can become more joyful, fun and spiritual. They become more creative, less conservative and more open to anything new.
In the grips of their compulsion, 1s can become inflexible, irritated, too critical, rigid and suppress their emotions.
If the situation doesn’t sort itself out, they lean towards their disintegration type (type 4) and the negative traits of the latter are incorporated into their own behaviour. In this way, they fold in on themselves, feeling misunderstood, and believe that their efforts go unnoticed. They fall into a sad mood, thinking that they made an effort for nothing.
The neighboring types of type 1 are types 2 and 9. The “wing” is the neighbouring type that seems to have the greatest influence on the base type.
1w9s are more relaxed, natural and objective but can also be more stubborn and detached.
1w2s are warmer, more helpful and empathetic but can also be more manipulative.
Your personalized advice
Based on your answers to the test, it is possible that:
1. You can be a perfectionist and very critical of yourself
You are prone to being very critical of yourself. It is important to understand that excessive criticism can have a negative impact on your self-esteem and self-confidence. When you find yourself in a situation where you are too hard on yourself, try to step back and take a more forgiving approach. Learn to be proud of your successes, no matter how small, and accept your mistakes as opportunities to learn and grow.
Identify the times when you are too hard on yourself, and try to replace them with positive, encouraging thoughts. Realize that mistakes are unavoidable and part of the personal development process. Try to focus on the process rather than the end result, and take the time to celebrate small steps forward.
To help you let go, engage in activities that you enjoy and that allow you to relax. Exercise, meditation, yoga, or any other hobby you enjoy can be good ways to help you relax and feel better about yourself.
Remember that you are a valuable person and deserve to be loved and appreciated, including by yourself. Learn to treat yourself with kindness and forgive yourself for your mistakes, while working to continually improve.
2. You can be sensitive to the approval of others
You can be sensitive to the approval of others. It is important not to let the approval of others define your own self-esteem. When you feel others have influence over you, then try to move closer to your own values and focus on what truly makes you internally happy rather than the expectations of others. This doesn't mean that you shouldn't listen to the opinions of others, but it is important to make sure that you make decisions that are right for you and in line with your personal values.
Also be aware that the approval of others is often subjective and fleeting. Other people's opinions can change quickly, and it's difficult to please everyone. It's more important to focus on what makes you feel good and satisfies you internally rather than seeking the approval of others.
When you make a new decision, to make sure it truly works for you, you can ask yourself the following questions:
* Did I take the time to think this through before making this decision?
* Do I really feel comfortable with this decision?
* Does this decision align with my personal values and beliefs?
3. You can be very sensitive and emotional
You may be very sensitive and emotional. It is completely normal to be sensitive and emotional, and it can even be a strength. However, it is also important to take care of yourself and not let emotions take over your life. If you have trouble expressing your emotions or managing them, there are effective ways to do so:.
Learning to identify your emotions, accept them and express them in a healthy and constructive way is essential. This can help you better understand your emotional state and communicate more effectively with others. You can find ways to express yourself that work for you, such as writing, art, music or even just talking to a trusted friend.
In addition to finding ways to express yourself, you can also look into techniques to manage your emotions. Meditation, sophrology and exercise can help you relax and feel calmer.
It's important to remember that taking care of yourself is an ongoing process and it's normal to encounter challenges. Be patient with yourself and don't hesitate to ask for help if you need it. With time and practice, you can learn to manage your emotions in a healthy and productive way that will lead to a happier and more fulfilling life.
4. You may have difficulty adapting to your social environment
It is important to remember that anyone can experience social difficulties, and that this does not mean that you are inferior or that you cannot learn to adapt. It is common to have feelings of anxiety or insecurity in new social situations, but it is possible to overcome them. If you are having trouble adjusting to your social environment:
One of the keys to adapting to your social environment is to get out of your comfort zone and practice by exploring new situations. This may involve attending social events, joining groups or clubs that share your interests, or even just engaging in conversations with strangers. By practicing these interactions, you can learn new social skills and become more comfortable in a variety of social situations.
It is also important to be aware of cultural or social differences that may influence the behavior and attitudes of others. Learn to listen to others, be curious and understand their perspectives. By practicing empathy and understanding, you can feel more connected to others and strengthen your relationships.
Finally, be patient and kind to yourself. Learning new social skills can take time and practice, so don't get discouraged if you make mistakes. Celebrate your successes, no matter how small, and be proud of yourself for trying. With practice and perseverance, you can overcome your social difficulties and feel more comfortable in your social environment.
5. You can be very suspicious of others
You can be very suspicious of others. It is perfectly normal to be cautious and not completely trust others at first glance. However, if this distrust turns into constant and widespread suspicion, it can become a real problem in your relationships with others. If this is your case, it can prevent you from building trust, opening up to others, and even isolating you socially.
To prevent this from being a problem, it's important to be aware of your defense mechanisms and challenge them when you feel you're locking yourself into your distrust. Try to give others the benefit of the doubt and not be too quick to judge their intentions. Some of your fears may be unfounded or exaggerated. Communicate openly and honestly with others so that you have clarity about what might be causing you to be distrustful and more evidence to dispel it. Also learn to trust gradually, starting with small things before confiding more personal or important information.
Finally, remember that being suspicious doesn't mean you have to be closed off from others or isolate yourself completely. Try to cultivate positive, constructive relationships based on trust and mutual respect. This can help you feel safer and more comfortable in your social interactions.
6. You can be very anxious and very sensitive to the feeling of insecurity
You may be highly anxious and very sensitive to feelings of insecurity, which can have a negative impact on your quality of life. If this is your case: It's important to understand that these feelings can be overcome and you can learn to feel more at peace and confident. To start, try to focus on the present moment and not let your thoughts get lost in anticipating the future. Practice sophrology and relaxation techniques to help calm your mind and reduce your stress levels. Take time to engage in activities that you enjoy and that make you feel relaxed and happy. Exercise is also a great way to reduce stress and anxiety, so find a physical activity that you enjoy and make it part of your daily routine.Remember that you are not alone in this experience and that many other people are also going through times of anxiety and insecurity. By focusing on your well-being and looking for ways to feel more comfortable in your own skin, you should start to feel more confident.
7. You can be very tolerant and have a hard time expressing your own needs
You can be very tolerant and have trouble expressing your own needs: While tolerance is a virtue, it can cause problems if taken to the extreme. You may not express your own needs and feelings, which can lead to frustration and resentment. When you feel this is the case, learn to identify your own boundaries and communicate them clearly to others. Be honest and open about your needs and expectations, while also listening to the needs of others. Communicate in order to evolve and fix the situation, and don't allow yourself to be tempted into a passive or procrastinating position.
8. You may be attracted to the strange and unusual
You may be attracted to the strange and unusual. This curiosity can be an interesting quality and allow you to see the world from a different perspective. However, it's important to keep in mind that it can sometimes lead you into risky situations, put you in danger, or even isolate you from others. In order not to let this curiosity overtake your safety and well-being, it can be helpful to focus on healthy ways to satisfy this thirst for the unusual. For example, you can explore new cultures, try new activities, or discover books and movies that transport you to fantastic worlds. Finally, remember that being attracted to the different does not mean that you are alone, and that there are probably other people who share your interest in the strange and unusual. You might enjoy seeking out communities or groups online or in your area to share your passions and enrich your experiences in areas that interest you.
9. You can be very concerned about your moral principles
If you are very concerned about your moral principles, it may mean that you are a person of integrity and value honesty and justice. However, it can also make you very critical of yourself and others, and you may have high expectations that not everyone can always meet.
When this is your case, remember that everyone has different values and beliefs, and that this does not necessarily mean that they are morally inferior. It's important to be open-minded and respect differences, even if you don't share the same values. Try to practice compassion and kindness towards yourself and others, rather than constantly judging yourself or others. For example, rather than saying to yourself, "I'm so bad," try to say to yourself, "I'm growing and learning, and it's okay to make mistakes along the way."
Similarly, when you are faced with situations where you are tempted to judge or criticize others, try to take a moment to consider their point of view and experiences, and seek to understand their perspective rather than simply condemn them. By practicing compassion and kindness toward yourself and others, you can develop a more positive and constructive attitude that can help you achieve your goals and strengthen your relationships with others.
Remember that everyone makes mistakes and that it's part of the learning and growth process. Also work on improving your communication by expressing your moral principles clearly and concisely, without judging others or imposing your values on them. Listen to others and respect their point of view, even if it differs from yours. Finally, it is important to remember that your moral principles should not be used as an excuse to criticize or judge others. Instead, seek to inspire and motivate others to follow virtuous behaviors and actions by being a positive example in your own life.
Congratulations to you for taking an interest in your personal development to become a better person for yourself, as well as others. It is already a very big step to take an interest and accumulate elements in order to better understand yourself.
Each person has their own strengths and weaknesses, and you have the potential to grow and improve, regardless of your enneagram type.
Continue to learn about yourself, others, explore the different facets of your personality, and work on the areas you want to improve.
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