The Chakra Test
This chakra is located at the base of your spine and is usually called the root or base
chakra. The first chakra represents evolutionary life force and is associated with both
physical energy and overall vitality. In your case, this chakra appears to be clear and
unblocked so that positive energy can flow from it freely. Radiating positive energy from
your first chakra indicates that you've cultivated higher wisdom concerning important life
lessons associated with this energy center. You likely experience a solid feeling of
safety and security in your day-to-day life. You seem to know on a deep level that those
you love are truly there for you. Having strong first chakra energy means that you aren't
apt to be as swayed by life's small ups and downs as many people are. Your positivity in
this area also shows that you generally feel grounded and understand that your life's
foundation is solid.
Whether they're allowing positive energy to flow or preventing it from doing so, all seven
of your body's chakras contribute to how you are feeling on a day-to-day basis. When
they're balanced, you feel energized and at the top of your game. When they're unbalanced,
you may feel tired or 'off'.
While we have focused on identifying the one chakra that allows your positive energy to
flow most freely, we have also discovered the ways your other six chakras are handling the
passage of energy.
Dan's thoughts: Gee, look where my Chakra is
coming from!! HAHAHA.
Emotional IQ Test
This number is the result of a formula based on how many questions you answered correctly
on Emode's Emotional IQ test. But your Emotional IQ score is much more than just a number:
it's an indicator of success.
Research has shown that people with high emotional intelligence scores not
necessarily those with the highest IQ scores tend to be the most valued and
productive employees and have the longest and happiest romantic relationships.
So, where are you
most emotionally smart? Your test results show that your
strongest suit is empathy
your ability to see things from someone else's
point of view.
Dan's thoughts: Holy dirt crabs Batman!
These tests are insane!! How do they come up with this crap!? I've always felt
I had a good sense of knowing how other people are feeling. Personally, I feel this
falls right in line with my values concerning respect. Although, I'll admit...I'm
not perfect! :)
Have you ever noticed that you're more concerned about making the "right"
decisions than many people around you when it comes to your future? Or do you sometimes
worry more than you should about committing to your personal or professional goals or feel
anxious that you'll never really be successful? If so, you're not alone. There are many
people who share your fear of moving forward.
It can be a real strength to recognize your fears. By being aware of the things that
frighten you, you can assess whether fear is helping you or negatively impacting your
life. For instance, a fear of moving forward may sometimes motivate you to take action in
a positive way, like by experiencing a wider variety of things than others.
However, fear's negative aspects can sometimes be more damaging than you realize. Living
with fear not only prevents you from living life to the fullest; it can also have a
significant negative impact on your energy, health, and your close relationships if not
kept in check.
Dan's thoughts: Aiyaiyai...This is soo true.
I must learn to be unafraid of "moving forward." It's what has hurt
me in the past.
There are countless reasons why people may act or feel a certain age at any given point
in their lives. Feeling a certain age is not a static thing, nor is it something that
always follows a pre-determined pattern. Some people act older when they are children then
have a second childhood in their retirement years. Others act like children until they
become parents and then seem to click into a different mode. It can be helpful and
insightful to learn which stage you're at right now, and why.
Nobody fits neatly into a given category. There are several components in
your emotional age: behavior, feelings, and responsibility. In the area of behavior, you
seem to fall into the "adult" category. Adults tend to be efficient and
responsible. You are probably a "doer" whom others consider reliable, stable,
and consistent. People feel they can depend on you. Of course, if others rely too much on
you, it can be a burden. You seem, however, to be someone who strikes a healthy balance
between fulfilling others' needs and taking care of your own. Just be aware that if you
feel overwhelmed by the pressures put on you, you should take some time out for yourself.
In the realm of emotions, you seem to fall into the "adult"
category. This means that you are probably in control of your emotions. You can recognize
your feelings and express them clearly. You are probably rational and composed, but you
make sure that you do not neglect your own emotions. This healthy balance allows you to
interact well with others, while staying true to yourself.
When it comes to the level of responsibility you assume, for yourself or
others, you fall into the "adult" category. This means that you are probably
someone who can be relied on to come through in any situation. People around you likely
consider you dependable and strong. Don't let your dominant care-taking side force you to
neglect your own needs. Keep a healthy balance and continue to take care of yourself too.
Dan's thoughts: Seems pretty