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Fun! What strikes me first is that I don't have many low scores. Most of my scores are in the average range. My lowest and highest are definitely accurate. I love the simplicity of this report Smile

 

3 lowest scores:

Need to receive recognition, attention, status, encouragement. Drive to stand out or be a leader: 25

Sense of duty and obligation. Conscience and guilt: 46

Loyalty to friends, family, spouse. Intensity of bonding: 56

 

3 highest scores:

Stubborn, inflexible, tenacious. Dislikes changes in routine. Regular and predictable. Specialist: 222

Independent. Difficulty following orders and regulations. Loner. Follows own instincts: 162

Dynamic energy, zeal, bursts of energy and effort. Love of excitement and thrills. Action-oriented: 160

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at least I'm not as stubborn as your son, Elsa   Taurus smiley  

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@cocopeaches he is, too. He would deny it if he saw that!!

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This report made me realize how I've considered some aspects of my personality to be strengths, that might actually be weaknesses. For instance my low need for recognition or status. I always thought that I'm not very vain or egotistical and that's a good thing? But maybe if I was more willing to rise into leadership positions, that would actually be more beneficial?

I don't like that I rank below average in loyalty to friends, family, and spouse. That's sad, but I can see how it is true. It definitely explains why I've needed to be more selective with my energy since I committed to my husband. If I only have a limited amount of loyalty to go around, it makes sense to save it all for him and our immediate families. I think that's fitting with Pluto's transit to my DSC/7th house.

And this dynamic is interesting:

Stubborn, inflexible, tenacious. Dislikes changes in routine. Regular and predictable. Specialist: 222
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Flexible and adaptable. Need for variety. Tendency to be indecisive. Eclectic: 113

I know I can be both ways, but I think it would be helpful to know myself better with respect to how my needs do indeed shift. I'm going to try to better identify where I am flexible/need variety, and where I am inflexible/predictable.

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@cocopeaches Smart way to use the info.

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@elsa now I'm looking at my scores that are closest to 100 and appreciating all of the ways that I am well balanced. Not taking any bits for granted.

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Sorry if I sound obtuse, but I don’t know where to start. Can’t figure out the directions. 

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@notmycircus So the categories are in a numbered list. The numbers after each category are your score. The scores follow this rubric:

 A score above 150 is very high.
 A score from 125 to 150 is above average.
 A score of around 100 (75 to 125) is average.
 A score from 50 to 75 is below average.
 A score below 50 is very low.

Does this help?

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I started by picking out my top 3 highest, and bottom 3 lowest scores... I took some time to digest that before going back and looking at all of the other categories.

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@cocopeaches No, I mean, how do I apply for one of these reports? I don’t see them listed with the other astrology reports. 
Do I go to the tip jar and put my birth data in a comment box? Do I just email Elsa with my data and ask for the personality report? I’m so confused!

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@notmycircus 

hi! Open an account with the ko fi account, then you can create a message for the request! Hth! 

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@notmycircus yup - just leave a tip! Can leave your birth data in the message box with the kofi or via email if she does not have it already.

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@notmycircus and in the KOFy message you can check the "private message box" just below the box. That way no one else will your birth info if that's something you want to make private.

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@notmycircus 

If you get the email newsletters, the Ko-Fi icon appears near the bottom. Just follow directions and use message box.

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@notmycircus I took care of this. Smile

Have a happy day!

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@elsa Again, thank you! 🙏🏻

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Im too lazy to type it lol. 

I’m surprised! Not sure if it resonates completely. 

My highest score: Desire for recognition? A high score there. I don’t know, I think I might suppress that. 

My lowest score was psychology. I’m very interested in what motivates people to do thr things they do. I always thought that was about psychological processes but maybe I’m wrong about that? 

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@libra-noir There is the caveat that "your aptitude is also influenced by your upbringing, your habits and lifestyle." Your interest in psychology could stem from a lack of natural aptitude in that area, causing you to excel in that same area.

I tried to not get too fixated on the numbers, and lump things into groups of highs, lows, and average scores. I think the average numbers are good indicators of being balanced, well-rounded, and stable. 

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@cocopeaches Thanks! Looking at it through that lens definitely makes me think.

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Still mulling mine over!

Highest:  Argumentative, 279;  Loyalty, 152;  Logic, Research, 145;  Need Recognition, 134;  Diligence, 131. 

My Aries Sun and Mercury Square Cap Mars like grandfather (same birthday)?  

2 Lowest:  Part of group, 17;  Philosophy, Politics, Religion, Education, 13.  That last one puzzles me since I spend lots of (often argumentative!) time and energy on those areas.  

Much food for thought!

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Yes, it seems the low scores are areas to work on amplifying or building up. The high scores are where your energy naturally flows, so here is where you might need to moderate or redirect your energy.

For example my lowest is expansiveness, love of adventure etc. I do love to stay home - but I purposely cultivate expansiveness and love of travel because my husband loves to travel. Just admitting I don't and doing it for love turns a negative into a positive. 

My highest is argumentative. I see this as the need to be right. I begrudgingly acknowledge this is true. So instead of being fired by ego and emotion, use that energy to go deeper and understand the issues better, think more strategically about how to make my points, be very sure my points align with the greater good and not MY BIG ideas of what is right and think about it all from the perspective of the person I'm talking to...

All in all, the scores seem to describe ego tendencies not unchangeable facts. So if we live in our ego we are doomed, but if we live somewhere higher than that we can moderate and modify - and this is great info for that.

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Thank you Elsa!! 🙏🏻 ❤️ 

Category Totals
 1. Logic, technical detail, mental concentration, research:  73

 2. Philosophy, politics, education, religion:                145

 3. Psychology, anthropology, humanities, literature:         39

 4. Poetry, fantasy, fiction:                                 67

 5. Originality and inventiveness:                            72

 6. Argumentativeness and aggressive in speech. Decisive
    and impatient                                             66

 7. Romantic. Need for a mate. Inclination to fall deeply
    in love:                                                  61

 8. Sexual excitability:                                      91

 9. Nurturing, family-oriented, domestic, devotional,
    supportive:                                               71

10. Emotional reserve and aloofness. Personal detachment,
    seriousness:                                              112

11. Child-like exuberance, lightness of mood, and sense
    of humor:                                                 69

12. Impatience, tendency to anger. Fiesty, headstrong,
    aggressive:                                               36

13. Diligent, patient effort. Ability to successfully
    finish tasks:                                             136

14. Dynamic energy, zeal, bursts of energy and effort.
    Love of excitement and thrills. Action-oriented:          69

15. Sacrificing, passive, non-aggressive,
    non-competitive, cooperative, perhaps evasive:            43

16. Loyalty to friends, family, spouse. Intensity of bonding: 41

17. Gregarious, convivial, warm, friendly, outgoing,
    talkative, need to socialize:                             155

18. Need for solitude, quiet, retreat:                        94

19. Need to be part of an organization, company, or
    club. Contributor to group effort:                        93

20. Need to receive recognition, attention, status,
    encouragement. Drive to stand out or be a leader:         203

21. Independent. Difficulty following orders and
    regulations. Loner. Follows own instincts:                44

22. Stubborn, inflexible, tenacious. Dislikes changes
    in routine. Regular and predictable. Specialist:          162

23. Flexible and adaptable. Need for variety. Tendency
    to be indecisive. Eclectic:                               178

24. Expansive. Need to travel and explore. Love of adventure: 114

25. Sense of duty and obligation. Conscience and guilt:       77

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By the way, like many of you, my scores surprised me. My high and low scores bowled me over. 

203 for “need to receive recognition, attention, status, encouragement” Are you kidding me?!! (And then I think about how hard I worked in school to shine in every class like Anne of Green Gables and, well…… 🤷🏼‍♀️)

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@notmycircus this has been a provocative exercise!

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@elsa It has, Every time I go over my results, many of them are....pretty much the opposite of how I see myself, or how others see me. 

I've been described by others IRL as "quiet", "reserved" "conscientious" "sweet" but the results don't really bear that out. 

Highest scores:

 

17. Gregarious, convivial, warm, friendly, outgoing,
    talkative, need to socialize:                             155

20. Need to receive recognition, attention, status,
    encouragement. Drive to stand out or be a leader:         203

22. Stubborn, inflexible, tenacious. Dislikes changes
    in routine. Regular and predictable. Specialist:          162

23. Flexible and adaptable. Need for variety. Tendency
    to be indecisive. Eclectic:                               178

 

Lowest scores:

3. Psychology, anthropology, humanities, literature:         39

12. Impatience, tendency to anger. Fiesty, headstrong,
    aggressive:                                               36

15. Sacrificing, passive, non-aggressive,
    non-competitive, cooperative, perhaps evasive:            43

16. Loyalty to friends, family, spouse. Intensity of bonding: 41

21. Independent. Difficulty following orders and
    regulations. Loner. Follows own instincts:                44

 

#17 shocked me. I'm a social butterfly?? No, that would be my sister. I was the nerd. But we both have multiple social media accounts and I check them daily. Yeah, I know, I suck. LOL

#22 and #23 are polar opposites but I have both the stubbornness and the adaptability. Some people wonder how I can tolerate some of the situations that I do Well....that's probably why. I'm a flippin' dragonfly. 

The low score on #3 is ironic considering I was an English major in college. But I do notice myself avoiding certain discussions around here if I sense the material is going over my head anyway. 

#12 and #15, again polar opposites. But somehow I carry both tendencies. 

#16 made me sad. I envy people who stay closely connected with their family and friends. I tend to have a lot of space in  my relationships. Even with Shiny Taurus, many times we hung out in separate rooms and each of us did our own thing. 

#21....I am a rule follower to some extent. By the book. Over time I've loosened up, but still have this tendency. A lot of people here seem to be more freedom-minded and rebellious than me. (I have no planets in Aquarius, that's my excuse, lol.)  And although I have to have some alone time every day, I do not like to be completely alone for very long. I stagnate and get depressed if I do. 

 

Well, this has been a very eye-opening and enlightening exercise. Now what to do with the information..... I Dont Know Pray  

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I'm not sure what to say. I was the little sister.  This affected my behavior, the same way the new little dog is stomped on by the elder in the pack.

You may actually take a back seat to your sister due to conditioning... or because you want space.

People are complicated. There is always something new to discover.

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@notmycircus  22 and 23 can mean a good balance between the two. Like you represent both ends of that spectrum fairly evenly. As for 17, thousands of posts on EE plus social media fits with this. Maybe you are just more reserved IRL?

I see it like having "conflicting" natal aspects or transits at the same time.

Reminds me of the Walt Whitman quote:  "Do I contradict myself? Very well, then, I contradict myself; I am large - I contain multitudes."

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@notmycircus 

#s 23 and 24 really give your abilities a lot of scope! 

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@jana Do you mean they help me work with #20?

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Exactly! Great flexibility allowing you to taylor responses to situations with very different modes as needed Smile

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