Before we start our journey in life, we choose a certain role to take on. This role helps to mould who we are, our abilities and the way we interact with people around us.
This role is also known as our soul! Your soul is your innermost being and helps to define who you really are. Your soul will take on one of seven roles, the names given to these roles are the Priest, Server, Artisan, Warrior, King, Sage and Scholar.
Do you know which of the seven souls you are?
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Now that you know what Soul Type you are, lets check out the characteristics of each type below.
Server souls are incredibly caring and nurturing people. They are always accommodating of people’s needs and care deeply about alleviating suffering. The Server wants to make the world a better place, seeking well-being for all. Friendly, loving and devoted, the Server isn’t too proud to ask for help when needed. Although the Server has many positive traits, they can often become a ‘doormat’, allowing people to take advantage of their good nature. Servers can also become overworked and frustrated. The Server is a common role, making up around 30% of the population. Common careers for servers are doctors, nurses, social workers and waiters/waitresses.
Artisans are creative and imaginative individuals who are great thinkers, as well as being incredibly expressive. Think about the clothes you wear and the car you drive, Artisans tend to be the people behind some of the most famous artistic, mechanical and technological advances in the world! They are inventive, original, spontaneous, and stylish and are not content unless they are doing something productive. Despite this, Artisans can be artificial, emotional, and moody. This soul makes up around 22% of the population and are usually found in careers such as artists, inventors, engineers, architects, mechanics, and crafts.
Warriors love a challenge, and are driven by their achievements and accomplishments in life. Rewards are great incentives for Warriors to get things done and achieve their goals. They also respond well to punishment! Warriors enjoy physical activity and so love to keep active. In general, this soul is energetic and determined, they are extremely focused and determined and are also known as survivors. Warriors can be very hot-tempered, blunt and narrow-minded, with a slightly intimidating, devious streak!
Warriors make up around 17% of the population and are suited to careers such as soldiers, athletes, bouncers and salesmen.
Scholars are naturally curious, studious people and often excel academically. They are regularly the ‘star of the class’ in life. Comfortable around data, they love to experiment and learn, broadening their knowledge and skillsets. Adventurous, easy going, knowledgeable, logical, methodical and observant are all common traits of the Scholar, they can, however, be a little arrogant, overbearing and overly theoretical.
Scholars make up around 13% of the population and are often found in careers involving Science, Mathematics, and research.
The Sages are incredibly charismatic and charming! They are usually colourful, dramatic, fun loving and expressive people who are natural born entertainers. Artisans are comfortable voicing their thoughts in public either verbally or through art, music, and dance. Due to their love for performance and expressing themselves, Sages are happy in careers such as entertainers, musicians, actors, teachers and public speakers. Sages can sometimes come across and arrogant, deceptive and demanding of attention. They can be known as the gossips and drama queens in society, however, they are fun loving, light hearted and friendly and will always keep you entertained. This soul makes up 10% of the population.
Naturally uplifting, energising and motivating, Priests are wonderful at seeing the potential in people and bringing out their good qualities. They are caring, compassionate, nurturing humans who often inspire others. Priests are usually very spiritual people and make up around 7% of the population. Common careers for the Priest include pastors, ministers, preachers, and counsellors.
Kings are commanding, powerful and authoritative individuals who make great leaders. They are perfectionists and tend to get things done to the highest of standards. Kings are great at solving problems, but can be controlling, demanding, overbearing and sometimes ruthless! The King makes up around 13% of the population and are suited to careers in politics and government, as well as managers and executives where their strong leadership skills can come into play.