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For example, the other three most popular personality assessment tests presented in the Big Table below, combined, cover only 34 percent of the various states of the mind as compared to “Happiness in Wisdom”. In that, each of the columns represents a particular state of the mind covered by each of these three systems. When one takes their tests, each system assesses the behavior of the person from those stances presented on the top portion of the table, and each produces the report accordingly. One of them takes five different mental states into consideration, while each of the other two takes only four. Our system is presented in rows and assesses the 19 different mental forces each of which creates its own state of the mind. Some of the boxes that result from the intersection of the columns and rows are marked by letters 'W' (Weak), 'M' (Moderate) and 'S' (Strong). In the table below, the boxes marked by one of these letters represents a particular state of the mind covered by each of the three systems. However, all of the marked and unmarked boxes are covered by “Happiness in Wisdom.” This is because, each of these mental forces covered on the left side of the table horizontally is a major component of this study and are integral parts of our study and they strongly deal with each of these subjects. A simple calculation shows that all of these letters combined only represent about 34 percent of the total boxes while ours cover 100 percent of them.
The 17 different instincts constantly affect the function of human intellect in all aspects of human behavior and jointly drive human behavior. Hence, ignoring either instincts or intellect in assessing human personalities and behavior will always render an incomplete result. For example, faith profoundly has been driving the behavior of the huge majority of humans, worldwide for millennia that affect the lives of the believers and non-believers alike, individually and collectively. Yet all systems except for “Happiness in Wisdom,” totally disregard in assessing human behavior, while that is one of the major components of our study. To use another example, erroneously observing politics and politicking, exclusively as a profession, for the few in each society and not as a mode of conduct unique to humans, they do not perceive trickery and Machiavellianism that governs every human interaction at all levels as human behavior. This behavior starts in early childhood and lasts forever and contaminates all human relationships at all levels that is totally ignored by all of them, but is covered extensively by our study as a brand of human behavior. The instinct of tribalism fragments humans into rivaling tribes defined by race, religion, language and nationality, gender, age, education, wealth and so on, that sets many of them in hostile posture against each other that is at the root of prejudices, discrimination and harassment, and is responsible for a vast portion of human conflicts and is totally disregarded by all of them. The psychology of sports that provokes the hunting and warring instinct in males, coupled with people identifying with different sports teams as tribes often lead to violence at the end of many athletic contests in one of many such incidents 84 people got violently killed in Egypt alone recently, after a soccer game. The forces that drive this mode of conduct are not even recognized by them, much less taking it into consideration in assessing its strength in people. The instinct of sexuality which is constantly present in most humans, and affects their conduct, is totally ignored by all these systems, while it is covered extensively by our system. One can add a good deal more to this list, but the point is clear.
Furthermore, moral intellect manufactures a strong sense of ethics and morality in humans, while all selfishly blinding instincts erode it. This is neither properly understood nor covered by any study or these systems. However, all of these and much more, are covered by “Happiness in Wisdom” over and above everything else the other systems cover. This persisting flaw in the conventional discipline of psychology has been responsible for the slow progress in this discipline as compared to all the rest of the accepted sciences.
Erroneously observing the human mind as a single polar
entity, consisting of intellect alone, continues to derail
most of the studies on human psychology. Again, the human
mind is bipolar, and consists of not intellect alone, but
instincts and intellect. Ignoring this human phenomenon has
created a missing link which is responsible for the
persisting human enigma that this study helps solve. This
study, 25 years in the making, as the first unifying theory
of the mind, enables us to clearly observe the diverse
forces that jointly propel all human interest in vastly
diverse realms of arts, sports, spirituality, politics,
philosophy of the mind, how the body and mind interface, and
humans’ unique sexuality and unveils many of the human
mysteries for the first time and that should show the
difference between our online Personality and Behavior
Assessment Tests and the other personality assessments
tests. Failing to recognize the human mind as a bipolar
entity we have failed to observe the growing imbalance in
human mind that results from the contrasting nature of
instincts and intellect with profound implications that is
presented in the graph bellow.
The Personality and Behavior Assessment Test
Therefore, for one to learn about himself, or herself, it
requires us to learn about these mental forces in general
and their comparative strength against one another. However,
after becoming aware of the complexity of the human mind one
might think that learning the details of the 19 different
mental forces in order to manage them would be an
overwhelming task, but for two reasons this otherwise
difficult task becomes exceedingly simple through this
Although it would be nice for one to know about all of his or her instincts for a more holistic understanding of one self, however, this is not exactly required. It is so because first a rule similar to 80/20 governs this phenomenon as well. That is to say, as it was alluded to before, the 17 instincts do not drive all humans with equal intensity, but the few strongest among them mold the personality of each person the most decisively and that distinguishes people’s personalities from one another. In that, the few strongest are responsible for the greatest portion of one’s personality, while the highest number of them account for much smaller portion of each person’s personality and behavior.
Second, the report produced by taking one of these tests include a bar graph that clearly presents all of these mental forces from the strongest to the weakest in a dissenting order, presented in the graph below. So, the point here is not that necessarily the strongest 20 percent of the instincts molds 80 percent of each person’s personality, and the 80 percent molds the other 20 percent of one’s personality, but rather it presents the notion and not necessarily the exact proportions. And this is made readily available through our online Personality and Behavior Assessment Test.
There are either 95 or 152 short and simple questions,
depending on which test one takes. While they both are
equally as accurate, one is more detailed than the other.
All these reports consist of the three graphs you see below
and also the text that explains each of these mental forces
and shows how each of them mold one’s personality into shape
that drives each person’s behavior. These texts explain
four, eight or 12of the 17 instincts; and all of them also
cover the two segments of the human intellect. Therefore, at
first glance one identifies the strength of each of these
mental forces as compared to other in a descending order
that profoundly simplifies this task. Here instincts are
presented in red, and the two segments of intellect are
presented in blue, and the two letters below representing
each of the values are the two first letters of each of
these mental forces.
First it is because we have 17 different instincts and only two segments of the intellect for each person. Second, instincts by being primeval are far more potent, assertive, imposing and thug like, as compared to the intellect that is like a true lady and genteel in character. Third, instincts are far more sensitive and they more readily get excited as compared to intellect. Fourth, what you see in these pie charts is the Applied Intelligence and not your innate intelligence after being diminished by the blind and blinding instincts. The task at hand is through understanding the structure and function of the human mind through this study and identifying the strongest of the mental forces through the test to deliberately focus on the right instincts, stop the elements that erode the human intellect to improve the value of the Applied Intelligence that is the same as the human “wisdom.” As mentioned above, the report also comes with elaborate text that explains each of these mental forces.
We all know how complex the human mid is, but this complexity has never been quantifiable. This study lends itself well to help us get a more tangible understanding of the complexity of the human mind. I know two professors of mathematics. I asked each of them them to please help me understand if the same 19 different mental forces together govern all humans, but the intensity of each varies from one person to another, in how many different settings could these mental forces present themselves? They both told me the formula for this is known as Factorial and this is how it works: You multiply the highest number (that is 19 in this case) by the next highest number (that is 18), and the next highest (that is 17) all the ways to the smallest number (that is one) for you to get the number. After rounding up the result was 121,645,000 X 10 9, or 121,645,000,000,000,000. This is still a huge number beyond comprehension and each number in fact represents a uniquely different personality and behavior of each person.
To make this a bit more tangible, I divided this number by the current world population that is about 7,000,000,000. The number you get is 17,377,857. That is to say, if the world population were that many times as much, still each person could get a unique mindset and personality of his own. This shows the true complexity of the human mind. Therefore, it becomes clear why it is totally impossible for one to accurately know himself or herself without the use of a technology such as this. And if we cannot even understand ourselves, obviously it would be totally impossible to understand others we deal with at any capacity -- at personal or professional levels.
By identifying the strongest of your instincts in fact one identifies the mental forces that most actively diminish the intelligence of each person. That in turn, enables us to defuse the pertinent forces to stop the erosion of their intelligence. To refresh your memory, it is these instincts that diminish our innate intelligence and reduce it to the level of Applied Intelligence that functions as the servant of instincts and at their levels, far lower than the Innate Intelligence. Understanding and managing it, one by defying his or her instinct, elevates his or her Applied Intelligence to the level of Innate Intelligence and functions at a much higher level of each person’s intelligence.
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