5 Types

Fivefold Typologies:

5 Languages of Love:
Time
Touch
Words
Deeds / Acts of service
Gifts

Chinese/Tibetan: Earth – Water – Fire – Metal – Wood

Stuart Heller:
Ground – Water – Wind – Fire = Space
Tiger – Snake – Crane – Leopard = Dragon
Freeze – Flight – Faint – Fight = Startle
Stance – Feeling – Thought – Movement = Attention

Wind = Crane / Faint / Light & Easy / Thought
Fire = Leopard / Fight / Intention & Leads / Movement
Water = Snake / Flight / Being Moved / Feeling
Ground = Tiger / Freeze / Step by Step / Stance
Space = Dragon / Startle / Choice / Attention

5 Tai Chi (Frolicking) Animals: Tiger-Bear?-Bird-Monkey-Deer
5 Kung Fu Styles: Tiger-Crane-Dragon-Leopard-Snake
5 Agents: Water-Fire-Wood-Metal-Earth
5 Activities: Appearance-Speech-Seeing-Hearing-Thinking
5 Arrangements of Time:
Year-Day-Stars, planets, Zodiac Signs-Month-Calendar Calculations
5 Blessings: Longevity-Wealth-Physical & Mental Health-Love of
Virtue-An End Crowning Life
5 Correlations of the Five Agents:
5 directions
5 grains
5 virtues
5 musical notes
5 senses
5 ancient empires
5 colors
5 metals
5 atmospheric conditions

5 Currents (of River of Gold): Feng Shui, Body Sensations, Emotional, Creative, Rational

Pioneer – Wizard – Peacemaker – Alchemist – Philosopher

Management: Country Club – Team – Authority/Compliance –
Impoverished – Middle of the Road

Schizoid – Oral – Narcissistic – Masochistic – Rigid

Genius: Artist – Philosopher – Scientist – Inventor – Engineer

Physical Senses:
Taste – Smell – Sight – Hearing/Sound – Touch
Gustatory – Olfactory – Visual – Auditory – Kinesthetic
(Time, Space, Well-Being, Balance, Common Sense/Intuition)

Body Splits:
Right/Left
Top/Bottom
Head/Body
Front/Back
Torso/Limbs

5 Basic Needs/Motivators of Choice Theory
1. Survival
2. Love, Belonging, Connection
3. Need for Power
4. Freedom from Control from Other People
5. Fun

Motivation:
1. Curiosity
2. Experience
3. Prestige
4. Stability
5. Connection

Greatest Fear:
1. Losing the Basics
2. Being Unsafe
3. Not Belonging
4. Not Being Good Enough
5. Moving Forward

What Drives you?
Connection
Curiosity
Expression
Prestige
Stability

The Identity Test:
Openness to experience: less curious <-> more curious
Conscientiousness: less focused <-> more focused
Extraversion: less extraverted <-> more extraverted
Agreeableness: less adaptive <-> more adaptive
Negative Emotionality: less reactive <-> more reactive

What Emoticon Are You?
Brainiac 😎
Devil Face (69)
Smiling Face 🙂
Sticking-Tongue-Out Face 😛
Winking Face 😉

Are You A Risk Taker?
Blowing the Bank
Following Your Heart
Getting Bumps and Bruises
Tarnishing Your Image
Tempting Your Taste Buds

Why Are You Still Single?
Don’t want to commit
Don’t want to compromise
Don’t want to get hurt
Don’t want to settle
Don’t want to slow down

What Kind of Movie Are You?
Adrenaline-Charging Action
Dramatic Tear Jerker
Groundbreaking Documentary
Romantic Comedy
Suspenseful Thriller

5 Core Personality Factors:
1. Extroversion vs. Introversion
2. Agreableness vs. Disagreableness
3. Conscientiousness/Dependability vs. Undependability
4. Emotional Stability vs. Neuroticism
5. Intellectual Ability

The Big Five factors and their constituent traits can be summarized as (OCEAN):
1. Openness to experience – (inventive/curious vs. consistent/cautious).
Appreciation for art, emotion, adventure, unusual ideas, curiosity, and variety of experience.

2. Conscientiousness – (efficient/organized vs. easy-going/careless).
A tendency to show self-discipline, act dutifully, and aim for achievement; planned rather than spontaneous behaviour.
3. Extraversion – (outgoing/energetic vs. solitary/reserved).
Energy, positive emotions, surgency, and the tendency to seek stimulation in the company of others.

4. Agreeableness – (friendly/compassionate vs. cold/unkind).
A tendency to be compassionate and cooperative rather than suspicious and antagonistic towards others.
5. Neuroticism – (sensitive/nervous vs. secure/confident).
A tendency to experience unpleasant emotions easily, such as anger, anxiety, depression, or vulnerability.

Is Your Pad Rad or Bad?
Athletic
Creative
Going Places
Laid-Back
Trendy

Workout Style:
All-Arounder
Couch Curler
Gym Junkie
Outside Adventurer
Team Player

Summer Sport
Softball
Badmitten
Beach Volleyball
Body Surfing
Camping

Summer Vacation Style
Road Trip Warrior
Airwaves Manager
Dream Specialist
Joy Stick Jockey
Social Director

What’s Your Family’s Vacation Style:
Adventurous
Classic
Cozy
Organized
Spontaneous

What’s You Family’s Odyssey?
Beach
City
Country
Mountains
Woods

What’s Your Great American Getaway?
Las Vegas
Los Angeles
New Orleans
New York City
Steamboat Springs

Tropical Island Activities:
Catch some rays
Play in the water
Search for souvenirs
See the sites
Stay up all night

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