MULTIFACETED TYPES. These are the experiencers who score:

  • High in two types and low in others.
  • High in three types and low in others.
  • High in some types, and low in others.
  • About the same on all types.

These experiencers are more likely to build multiple skill sets, which may never reach the level of professional skills, but will help them in their day-to-day from their career life, to their academic life, to their social life, and of course their hobbies.

Jack of all trades, master of none. But better than a master of one.

This is because they are stretching their efforts by building multiple skill sets rather than being on the fast track.  While personality extremes tend to build skills in a smoother spiral path, the multifaceted experiences tend to be all over the place.

However, don’t cut yourself short if you are multifaceted, you have a lot of potential and a lot of options if you REALLY want to be a professional psychic, but realistically speaking, if you score high in more than two types, your chances start to drop pretty quickly.

This is because shifting your personality from two to one is realistic, but three or four to one, VERY, VERY unrealistic.

Here, I’ll let you in on a little secret:

Most extreme experiencers are envious of multifaceted experiencers, and most multifaceted experiencers are envious of extremes.

This is because all too often the multifaceted experiencers want to be professional psychics, while all too often the extremes want more options to interact with their environment and the people in their life then they were dealt.

While extremes will have the potential to be professional psychics and healers, the multifaceted have the unique ability to shift their psychic experiences to suit their needs. This includes using the psychic experiences they will benefit most from and even shifting experience types based on the situation they are in and the people they are around.

This unique ability allows them to adapt to their situations and the people in their life more effectively. It’s like being a psychic chameleon. And even more interestingly, if they hang around with extremes, they tend to shift more towards that extremes’ type, and will notice a little BOOST in their effect size (temporary enhancement).


The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence right?



The grass is always greener where YOU water it!


So, focus on putting all your attention on not only on what you excel at, but also consider what skills would be best for you to build. And, keep your expectations realistic.

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