This Feels Like Me

December 15, 2006 at 4:13 am 8 comments

On a visit to Shelli’s she had her results of the Colorgenics test from the Paul Goldin Clinic posted.  Since I’m hanging out with myself tonight, I thought I’d take the test for a lark. Analytically I know there are a finite number of answers that anyone can get, and I usually have an uncontrollable urge to mess with the process, but this time I just followed the directions and answered to see what would happen.   Rather stunningly accurate, although I disagree about the extrovert part…except for the fact that I live as an extrovert, I believe in my heart of hearts that I’m truly introverted.  

You have always longed for tenderness, love and a sensitivity of feeling into which you would like to blend. You are a very gentle warm person and responsive to ‘All things bright and beautiful’. This personifies a caring person, a person who ‘needs’ and indeed ‘needs to be needed’.

You are a true extrovert, frivolous and outgoing. You need to feel in control of any situation. If matters are not proceeding according to plan you tend to get extremely irritable and perhaps become difficult to live with.

There are times of everyone’s life when ‘compromise’ is the name of the game and this is the time, so you have no alternative but to forgo some pleasures for the time being. You are capable of achieving satisfaction through physical activity.

Your ability to withstand the pressures of everyday life have been overtaxed and this is leading to stress and frustrations. It would seem that for the time being you have lost the resilience and strength of will necessary to contend with existing difficulties. You feel that it is all ‘too much’ and, try as you may, you are getting nowhere. But to give you credit, you continue to stand your ground and pursue your objectives with a fierce intensity. Naturally this situation is subjecting you to intolerable stress and pressure from which you would dearly like to escape, but you can not bring yourself to make the necessary decision. As a result you remain firmly involved in the problem and you can neither view it objectively nor get rid of it – you cannot leave it alone and you feel that you will only be at peace when you have reached your objective.

You have so many ideas that you would like to revitalise but you need to realise a stable and peaceful condition to do so. Once you can free yourself from all the aggravation and tension around you, you will make strides that may amaze you. You will not be prevented from achieving all the things you so desire.

Go try it, see what your favorite colors say about you.

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  • 1. Nessa  |  December 15, 2006 at 5:57 am

    That was interesting and not wrong. This is what I got:

    You are the sort of person that needs a peaceful environment. You seek release from stress and freedom from conflicts and disagreements, of which you seem to have had more than your fair share. But you are taking pains to control the situation by proceeding cautiously and you are right in doing so as you are a very sensitive person.

    You are very talented, imaginative and sensitive but you are holding back as you do not really like going it ‘on your own’. In preference you would like to team up with someone, someone with similar attributes as your own, to explore – to seek out and go perhaps ‘where no other man has trod before’. It is the unusual that attracts you and which will give you a sense of excitement and adventure.

    Everything seems to have gone wrong and the situation at this time is such that you are not quite sure which way to turn. So it would appear that you are ‘holding back’, re-consolidating your position and relinquishing all fun and games for the time being.

    You are holding back. You need to find friends in whom you can trust and once they have proved themselves beyond all possible doubt you will be prepared to give them your all. The existing situation is not of your liking – you have an unsatisfied need for mental stimulation with others whose standards are as high as your own. Trying to control your instincts the way you do restricts your ability to open up to others and the way you feel at this time is suggestive of ‘total surrender’. This is not to your liking as you consider such thoughts as weaknesses that need to be overcome. You feel that only by control, controlling your innermost thoughts, are you able to maintain your air of superiority. You want to be admired for yourself alone and not for what you can do or for what you may have done. In essence ‘you need to be needed’ and at the same time ‘you need to need’.

    You would like to be respected and valued for yourself and this can only be achieved from within a close and harmonious relationship.

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  • 2. Gela  |  December 15, 2006 at 7:38 am

    Maybe you’re an ambivert. I’m going to try the test.

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  • 3. Cindra  |  December 15, 2006 at 12:07 pm

    Mine was only about 30% accurate, in my opinion. It was way off on a few things too, which I didn’t appreciate. I like how it tells you to relax, sit back, exhale, and then, BAM! all these things start flying at you from out of nowhere…

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  • 4. katcampbell  |  December 15, 2006 at 3:14 pm

    Nessa – Weird how it works isn’t it?

    Gela – Maybe I am! I hope you’ll post your results.

    Cindra – You are perhaps too complex to be summed up so easily.

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  • 5. Shelli  |  December 15, 2006 at 10:43 pm

    Yours was very similar to my husband’s. The odd thing is that of all the people that I have seen take this, not a single one is exactly the same. It is weird.

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  • 6. katcampbell  |  December 16, 2006 at 2:08 am

    Shelli – Really? I was assuming that there must be some limited number of answers. Really interesting.

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  • 7. Shelli  |  December 17, 2006 at 9:29 am

    I think that there are so many combinations and i think that each color that you pick dictates what each paragraph that will come out. Or something like that anyway.

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  • 8. Gela the city dweller  |  December 18, 2006 at 1:11 am

    Jeez, I wanted to post the results. I know I started to copy it to word and then, I don’t remember what happened. I know I was in awe cuz it sounded so much like me.

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