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Confused/Mindful Types are lost in, and overwhelmed by, the sense-impressions of everyday life. In their unenlightened state, they appear confused and scatterbrained, as if absent and daydreaming and unsure of how to tackle this whole business of life. This inclination can lead to problems related to passivity, doubt, negligence, ignorance, inaction, and anxiety, as if they are unsure of what to do with themselves and end up just following others. On the other hand, Confused/Mindful types also have the greatest ability to perceive the world in a truly mindful state if they develop themselves, being able to see the world anew with a “beginner’s mind,” which in turn gives rise to creativity, spontaneity, and equanimity.
Aversive/Wise Types are characterized by critical judgment and adversity towards the conundrums of everyday life. In their unenlightened state, they to be overly critical where they are quick to point out problems at every turn. This inclination can lead to problems related to grumpiness, irritability, worry, disdainfulness, and aggression. On the other hand, the Aversive/Wise type has a natural knack for discerning the underlying truth of a situation with great clarity, strength, and integrity, and standing up for what is just and fair in a way that is inspiring to others.
Striving/Appreciative Types are compelled by desire and seek comfort, status, and pleasure. In their unenlightened state, they have a natural appetite for life, where they grasp for more and more status, luxury, and pleasure in the phenomenal world. These inclinations can lead to problems related to pride, self-centeredness, overindulgence, jealousy, deceitfulness, and addiction. On the other hand, the Striving/Appreciative type also has a natural ability to appreciate beauty and abundance, growing to genuinely see what is good in life and promoting harmony and generosity in their relationships.
Les tempéraments humains ne sont-ils pas aussi infiniment variés que les doses chimiques ? Charles Baudelaire