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Discover your inner nature

The First Personality Reading Based On 
The Sacred Geometry Of Your Name Symbols.

Personality traits

Who I am ?
personality traits

Jungian archetypes of personality

A binary vision based on analytical approach

Jung divides individuals into two broad psychological categories:

  • The introverted, turned inward. They have a tendency to introspection.
  • The Extroverts, turned outward. They are more attracted by external objects

It also distinguishes four psychological types that correspond to the four means or functions by which our consciousness manages to orient itself in relation to existence:

  • Thought analyzes, breaks down and classifies the different elements into various categories;
  • Feeling allows us to appreciate and evaluate the experience. It refers to one's own value judgment;
  • Sensation corresponds to the perception through the activity of our senses;
  • Intuition perceives things in a global way.
« A principal function is like the eyepiece of predilection of all our mental life, an eyepiece which, presiding over the perception of all our visions, both external and internal, subjects the rays that pass through it to the laws of its own refractive power. »

C.G. Jung, 1987

In the table below, we summarize the characteristics relating to the 4 functions and the 2 orientations.

The Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) adds a new category: Perception and Judgement to distinguish between irrational types based on perception (sensation and intuition) and rational types based on judgement (thinking and feeling). This in itself seems incoherent knowing that the condition of a good classification depends on the exclusion of criteria among themselves.

This classification based on couples of opposites does not seem to us the best adapted to deal with the psychology of the human structure, based on a ternary model.

Where do you get your energy from?

Extroversion

Centered on the outside world.
Draws energy from interaction with others and in action

Introversion

Centered on the inner world of ideas and thoughts.

How do you collect information?

Sensation

Centers its attention on reality as perceived by the 5 senses. Observes details.

Intuition

Perceives information in the form of ideas, concepts, associations between facts. Oriented towards future possibilities. Global vision.

How do you make your decisions?

Thinking

Decides based on a logical process. Seeks objectivity.

Feeling

Decides based on personal values and impact on others.

How you behave in the outside world?

Jugement

Preference for a structured, organized life. Likes to plan, to have things decided in advance.

Perception

Preference for spontaneity and flexibility. Likes to leave options open as long as possible.

Geonumerology personality traits

A ternary vision based on analog approach

Geonumerology allows to find all these criteria + 1, the transmutation or integration, result obtained after solve and coagula, consequence of an extraversion felt internally and which causes a change.

Thought, feeling and sensation correspond to the three bodies: Mental, Emotional and Instinctive.

As for intuition, we place it next to reason and experience as a means of gathering and processing information.

Experience calls for empirical knowledge, often based on the memory of past experiences.

« Reason, in fact, which is only a faculty of mediated knowledge, is the properly human mode of intelligence; intellectual intuition can be said to be supra-human, since it is a direct participation of the universal intelligence, which, residing in the heart, that is to say, in the very center of the being, where its point of contact with the Divine is, penetrates this being from within and illuminates it with its radiance. »

Symbols of Sacred Science - R. Guénon
What is your dominant function? ~ The Body of symbol. Perception mode.

Mental Triangle

Idem Think

To think, memorize, analyze, synthesize and visualize what we want to live as an experience. Oriented towards the future. Linked to the cognitive brain (neo-cortex).

Emotional Circle

Idem Feel

To desire, to feel what we want, thus creating a magnet, a magnetic energy around us to attract the elements necessary for the manifestation of this desire. Based in present. Linked to the limbic brain.

Instinctive Square

New

It is a binary (yes/no) brain and the same situation, the same stimulus, will always result in the same response. Immediate response, like a reflex. Oriented towards the past. Linked to the reptilian brain.

Where do you get your energy from? ~ The Soul of symbol

Extroversion

Idem

Centered on the outside world.
Draws energy from interaction with others and in action

Introversion

Idem

Centered on the inner world of ideas and thoughts.

Ambiversion

New

Element taken from the ambo lat. meaning "(the) two at the same time".

What is your main decision making process? - The Spirit of Symbol

Reason

Idem Jugement

Decides by rational and logical process.

Intuition

Idem

Global and immediate perception.

Expérience

New

Pragmatic mind based on experience

Concerning introversion and extroversion, which both correspond to the two universal forces of attraction and expansion, where as the alchemists say to coagulation and dissolution (solve and coagula), we must not forget that the result of this double energy is the creation of a third one: transmutation, or integration.

The fact, on the one hand, of introducing one more criterion in the categories and, on the other hand, of adopting a ternary typology increases the number of possible cases from 16 to 27. On one side 2x2x2 and on the other 3x3x3.

Either 27 ways of interpreting a symbol ...

A complete profile includes 6 of them  (5 personal symbols by name and 1 by date of birth)... more than a million different profiles.

Dominant function

The outer shape of the symbol

Each of these three bodies emanates from a "morphic field" that acts as a mold, a lattice or mesh on which are positioned quanta of information or digital data.

The process by which the digital data (numbers) materialize into geometric forms is carried out by "morphic resonance".

The body thus formed keeps in itself the memory of the central computer, the spirit, and inherits the nature of the energy transmitted by the soul. It then becomes the carrier of a vibration of its own, which extends beyond the visible limits of its physical body and evolves over time.

   
MentalEmotionalInstinctive
ThinkingFeelingActing
TruthValuesWill
MissionLifeDestiny
FuturePresentPast
NervousCirculatoryDigestive
TimeEnergySpace
EyesWordhands
LogicValuesFacts
ExplicationPersuasionDemonstration
« Thanks to its dominant function, each one lives in a more or less exclusive way and different from its neighbor. Difficulties and misunderstandings that arise in the course of human relations often arise from this different apprehension of things. »

C.G. Jung
dominant function

Mental Triangle

The Mental Body, or Intellect, is the place of choices, decisions, plans and projects. It is the seat of reflection and planning (weighing the pros and cons before acting).

Its function is to memorize, orient, set the course. This body is associated with the law of gravity.

It reasons by analysis and synthesis based on objective information.It is oriented towards the future.

It is linked to the neocortex, which refers us to the so-called higher functions such as memory, abstraction capacity, etc..

Emotional Circle

The Emotional Centre is interested in our desires and needs and those of others.

The Emotional Center serves us to connect with others, but also with ourselves (feeling). Like our emotions, it lives deeply in the moment.

It provides the link between the mental body and the physical body. It ensures the role of the machine room. It animates the body, sets it in motion. Its mode of operation is essentially electromagnetic.

It is linked to the limbic brain, which sends us back to our emotions and feelings.

Instinctive Square

The first body is thus the physical (or Instinctive) body symbolically composed of the four elements. It is the seat of sensations that allow us to interact with our environment, to exchange with others. The atomic cohesion ensures the stability of the edifice over time.

The Instinctive Body ensures our physical and psychological survival.

It is the center of our vital energy, of our spontaneous acts, of our physical coordination, of our creativity in action.

It is linked to the reptilian brain, which sends us back to our instincts. Oriented to the past.

Energy Mode

The direction of the rays

What is an ambivert? An ambivert is someone who exhibits qualities of both introversion and extroversion, and can flip into either depending on their mood, context, and goals.

Ambiverts have also been called:

  • Outgoing introverts: An introvert who can be outgoing in certain situations, around certain people, or when they absolutely need to.
  • Antisocial extroverts: An extrovert who needs time to recharge before socializing, or who likes to be alone more than a typical extrovert.
  • Social introverts: An introvert who can dial up into extroversion when needed.
solve coagula

Jung distinguishes between two main types of character: the introverted character and the extroverted character.

The extroverted character is characterized by an interest in events, beings and things, a relationship, a dependence on them. It is motivated by external factors and greatly influenced by the environment.

Conversely, the introverted attitude is a withdrawn attitude, inwardly oriented, focused on subjective factors, influenced mainly by intimate necessity. It prefers reflection to action.

ExtrovertAmbivertIntrovert
SolveMutatioGoagula
ExpansionEvolutionConcentration
EmphasisIntegrationInsight
RadiationMutationGravitation
AnalyticAnalogSynthetic
ActionCreationReaction
GiveExchangeTake
SpeakDialogueListen
EmissiveSelf-ReflectiveReceptive

Extraversion / Empathy

Energy directed outwards
  • The interest is focused on the external reality before the internal world.
  • Decisions are made based on the effect on external reality rather than on one's own existence.
  • Actions are carried out according to what others may think.
  • Ethics and morals are built according to what prevails in the world.
  • These people are practically at ease in all environments, but it is difficult for them to really adapt.
  • They are suggestible, impressionable and have a tendency to imitate.
  • They need to be seen and recognized by others.

Introversion / Insight

Energy directed inwards
  • Interest is focused on themselves, their feelings and thoughts.
  • They orient their behaviour according to what they feel and think, even if it is the opposite of the external reality.
  • They are not concerned with the effect of their actions on their environment. They are primarily concerned with inner satisfaction.
  • They find it difficult to feel comfortable but also to adapt to the environment. However, if they do manage to adapt, they will do so genuinely and creatively.

Ambiversion / Integration

Energy directed inwards as well as outwards
  • They are as comfortable in small talk as you are in deep conversations, although they probably prefer the latter.
  • They like to be around people, but they don't necessarily like to be the center of attention.
  • They are as comfortable working in groups as they are working individually.
  • Some of their friends think they are extroverted while others think they are introverted.
  • When they spend too much time alone, they get bored, but if they are around people for too long, they lose your energy.

Way of thinking

The shape inside the symbol

In his book "Thinking, Fast and Slow" published in 2011, the psychologist Daniel Kahneman (winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2002), describes the state of knowledge in a stream of research that defines two modes of thinking involved in judgment and decision-making: intuitive thinking (which he calls "system 1") and rational thinking (system 2).

System 1 is made up of intuitive, automatic (unconscious or deliberate) and rapid reactions on which most of our decisions are based. Intuition has the advantage of speed and efficiency in many contexts. Overconfidence in the validity of one's intuition is a common error.

System 2 corresponds to more deliberate (consciously directed), analytical and logical thinking. It intervenes when an intuitive judgment is insufficient and helps to reduce its negative effects. This thinking is slower and requires more effort. It is not used for all decisions and judgments in everyday life.

In case of serious cognitive conflicts between intuition and logic, our brain necessarily needs another system of arbitration, of inhibitory control (System 3 called "executive").


  
ReasonIntuitionExperience
SpiritSoulBody
BrainHeartWill
RadiationEmanationFormation
JugementPersonal ValuesFacts
The Spirit of geometryThe Spirit of finesseThe Practical Spirit
FuturePresentPast
« Thanks to its dominant function, each one lives in a more or less exclusive way and different from its neighbor. Difficulties and misunderstandings that arise in the course of human relations often arise from this different apprehension of things. »

C.G. Jung

Reason 

Presence of axes inside the figure

Reason is the ability to know, to analyze, to criticize, to judge, to formulate hypotheses, to establish relationships and to form concepts, proper to man.

Reason refers to the intellectual faculties considered in their functioning, the ability to think, which allows one to judge well and apply judgment to one's actions.

For its part, reasoning refers to the thinking faculty that applies itself to knowing a being in a logical process.

Reasoning associates and compares data to determine similarities and differences between beings. It calls upon induction (from particular to general) as well as deduction (from general to particular), analysis as well as synthesis.

picto-reason

⨀ Inductive 
⨀ Heuristic
⨀ Deductive

The three worlds in Man

Intuition

Another shape inside the figure

Intuition is a way of knowing, thinking or judging, perceived as immediate (in the sense of direct).

Intuition seems to be immediate because it seems to operate without using reason, and is generally perceived as unconscious: only its conclusion is then available to conscious attention.

For Plato, intuition is the immediate grasp of the truth of the idea by the soul independently of the body.

The domain of intuition is broad: it concerns knowledge itself (representation of the world) as well as feelings (about things) or motivations (to act).

picto-intuition

⨀ Illumination 
⨀ Telepathy
⨀ Foresight, precognition

« What greater grace, my son, than this contemplation when man perceives all this within himself as in a flash. »

Hermes Trismegistus ~ Louis Ménard

Intuition is a superior faculty that allows us to see inside things.

It is a faculty linked to the soul obtained by expansion of consciousness. Intuition is "the ear of the soul".

« This direct perception of the truth, this intellectual and supra-rational intuition, which modernists seem to have lost even a simple notion of, is truly "the intelligence of the heart. »

~ René Guénon ~
Symbols of Sacred Science

Experience

No shape inside the figure

Perception is the activity by which a subject experiences objects or properties present in his environment. This activity is usually based on information delivered by the senses.

Perception through experience is an empirical process, which today uses sophisticated experimental methods.

Experience is lived experience, i.e. knowledge acquired through sensitive experience (sensation and senses), as opposed to pure a priori knowledge.

picto-experience

⨀ Intellectual knowledge 
⨀ Emotional experience
⨀ Practice, training

Thus, experience can also take several forms:

  • The sum of knowledge accumulated by an individual during his or her life.
  • The sum of skills acquired over time.
  • The knowledge developed through various experiences, combined with reflection, imagination, creativity, etc..
  • Physical experiences, trauma or even the near-death experience.

The wheel of Psychological Being

The 27 types of Personality 
tenary typology
  1. Think (Mental Body)
  2. Feel (Emotional Body)
  3. Will (Instinctive Body)
  1. Introvert (Insight)
  2. Extravert (Emphasis)
  3. Ambivert (Integration)
  1. Reason (Judgment)
  2. Intuition
  3. Experience (Perception)
  1. Think Reason Insight - 13
  2. Think Reason Empathy - 27
  3. Think Reason Integration - 34
  4. Think Intuition Insight - 12
  5. Think Intuition Empathy - 33
  6. Think Intuition Integration - 36
  7. Think Experience Insight - 70
  8. Think Experience Empathy - 30 - 90
  9. Think Experience Integration - 15
  1. Feel Reason Insight - 16
  2. Feel Reason Empathy - 20 - 22
  3. Feel Reason Integration - 23
  4. Feel Intuition Insight - 10
  5. Feel Intuition Empathy - 11
  6. Feel Intuition Integration - 25
  7. Feel Experience Insight - 35
  8. Feel Experience Empathy - 24
  9. Feel Experience Integration - 60
  1. Will Reason Insight - 14
  2. Will Reason Empathy - 26
  3. Will Reason Integration - 18
  4. Will Intuition Insight - 45
  5. Will Intuition Empathy - 44
  6. Will Intuition Integration - 50
  7. Will Experience Insight - 80
  8. Will Experience Empathy - 40
  9. Will Experience Integration - 17
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