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People who like to fix other people become “catastrophizers. Fixing becomes an unconscious way of preventing a “what if” from happening.

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The superpower of people with dominant Fixer Imposters is that they are tirelessly solution-oriented and helpful, particularly when the going gets rough. People with dominant Fixer Imposters can also be master worriers. They see adversity and disaster around every corner, even in benign situations.

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If you have a dominant Joker Imposter, you might desperately want to belong but end up sabotaging the very intimacy you crave.

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Laughter is a salve. It’s the best medicine around. Poet Pablo Neruda called it “the language of the soul.” I know this to be a universal truth because I’ve seen this play out in every culture around the world. People find respite and release in laughter.

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The Joker is a powerful archetype: They are the jester, the dunce, the trickster, and the shape-shifter.

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When you live a false life, regardless of how glamorous it might seem, you won’t find happiness or personal fulfillment.

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When they’ve done their emotional housekeeping, people with dominant Seductor Imposters can be brilliant partners: pleasure-seeking and compassionate sensualists who are good at forging deep connections.

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The Seductor Imposter definitely has its superpowers, of course: charm, charisma, zeal, and spontaneity.

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Here’s a little secret: ironically, people with dominant Seductor Imposters might seem to crave intimacy—they certainly draw people into their orbit with the promise of it—but what actually animates them behind the scenes is fear of it.

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He understood that being of service to others takes you out of the smallness of your own issues and into the bigger realm of the heart.

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By awakening and embodying one’s childhood self, something starts to shift in his adult self.

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People with dominant Egotist Imposters who are self-actualized are often strong and self-possessed leaders, direct in their interaction with others, and even protective of others. Many of them are true trailblazers. When they empower people instead of intimidating them, they are remarkable change agents.

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Without an ego, we have fuzzy boundaries and lose ourselves in other people. We succumb to guilt, and we say yes when we should or want to say no. A healthy ego helps us maintain boundaries.

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Paradoxically, deep down, people with dominant Egotist Imposters often have compromised self-esteem, even though they seem to brim with self-centeredness and what masquerades as self-love.

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It was only through countless experiences traveling the world, and later through my studies in spiritual psychology, that I was able to see in myself the very archetypes that I now see so clearly in others. I was able to trace the roots of my fears as they expressed themselves in my own Victim Imposter and release them.

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Once we go through the S.O.U.L. practice, we start to understand the narratives and false beliefs we have in our heads from our childhoods that no longer serve us. We’re then able to see the world through a new framework: We move from Victim to Manifester. We put a leash on our dominant Imposter and let it serve us, instead of being subservient to it.

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We manifest what we believe, even if those beliefs trip us up and create roadblocks to personal growth. As the old adage by Henry Ford goes: Whether you believe you can do a thing or not, you are right. The goal is not to be “right” but to be whole and self-actualized.

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We want intimacy with others. In fact, we might crave it. But since we’ve never fully experienced bonds of trust, we don’t allow intimacy into our lives. So we keep it at bay.

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We human beings have always known that our eyes reveal our true nature. It’s nearly impossible to hide emotions in them. “Look me in the eye and tell me the truth,” the questioner will say to the accused, because both parties know that while words can mask the truth, our eyes will invariably reveal it.

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Many of us grow up feeling as if we are not truly seen for who we are; we grow up feeling invisible. The act of eye-gazing galvanizes the simple but extraordinary power of being seen in a transcendent but deeply personal way.

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We can travel all over the world in a soul quest to “find ourselves” and answer proverbial questions about the meaning of life.

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I believe that each one of us comes into the world with a soul, which is the unique life energy that infuses and informs our being. That energy, our soul, transcends religion.

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I believe that each one of us comes into the world with a soul, which is the unique life energy that infuses and informs our being. That energy, our soul, transcends religion.

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Your Authentic Self emerges when you’re unburdened by the rash judgments, negative self-talk, fears, and reactivity of your Imposters.

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