Friday, September 05, 2008

Interesting little test

Your result for The Perception Personality Image Test...

NBPC - The Daydreamer

"You perceive the world with particular attention to nature. You focus on the hidden treasures of life (the background) and how that fits into the larger picture. You are also particularly drawn towards the colors around you. Because of the value you place on nature, you tend to find comfort in more subdued settings and find energy in solitude. You like to ponder ideas and imagine the many possibilities of your life without worrying about the details or specifics. You are in tune with all that is around you and understand your life as part of a larger whole. You are a down-to-earth person who enjoys going with the flow."

Curious about this, try ithere. It seems pretty accurate as far as I'm concerned... at least today. Thanks Seeker

7 comments:

Marius said...

I am The Guru:
You perceive the world with particular attention to nature. You focus on what's in front of you (the foreground) and how that fits into the larger picture. You are also particularly drawn towards the shapes around you. Because of the value you place on nature, you tend to find comfort in more subdued settings and find energy in solitude. You like to deal directly with whatever comes your way without dealing with speculating possibilities or outcomes you can't control. You are in tune with all that is around you and understand your life as part of a larger whole. You prefer a structured environment within which to live and you like things to be predictable.

Some of it is accurate. I liked the pictures, though. :-)

noble pig said...

I'm going there.....

Periwinkle Studio said...

Are you spying on me? That sounds just like moi! :)

Stinkypaw said...

marius: Somehow "guru" sounds right for you...

Kara said...

i'm a Humanitarian. i don't think that can be right at all as i hate people.

Annake said...

I'm a daydreamer too. I'm telling you, we were seperated at birth!!!! ;-)

simplypallu said...

This is interesting, I followed it up :)