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Self discovery

With the wisdom of Y.O.U., you will acquire a heightened awareness of what lies in the obvious. All too often we dismiss what stands right before us. In today’s world we are in such a state of information overload and bombardment that we can’t see the forest for the trees. This means it’s very easy to overlook the man of your dreams; the one that the universe put on this planet for you to connect with. He essentially gets lost in the chaos of this lifetime’s mind chatter. The Ancient Wisdom of Matchmaking will teach you how to clear the room so you can see him standing before you.

You may be asking, “What sets this body of information apart from other profiling systems? How does this differ from Meyers-Briggs, Littauer and Jungian theories of personality typing? Where does this intersect with Carolyn Myss’ archetypes and John Gray’s Mars Venus analysis? The answer is simple. Y.O.U. is objectively you upon discovery. Other typing systems are layers of refinement that clothe and enhance the body of Y.O.U.

Body Typing is one of five revealing aspects used in the once highly revered process of Matchmaking. We refer to it as Personal Style. It is the beginning of a very basic understanding of Y.O.U. There are seven distinct Styles when identifying men and women. Personal Style being the most obvious, becomes the most essential in identifying the ultimate partner. It tells us in objective terms what kind of being we are dealing with. If you were looking at a tree, you may be able to tell at first glance that it is an Oak tree as opposed to a Willow. If you were looking at an automobile you may have enough information at first glance to know that you are looking at a Mustang versus a Corvette. People are no different. They are as easily distinguishable as are types of trees, cars, dogs and cats.

There are Seven Personal Styles

Once we educate ourselves and come to know and understand what kind of vehicle serves as home for our spirit, then we can make decisions that are more suitable for its optimal growth and in planning its journey. Refining this part of the process is fun and revealing. Often times things begin to make sense for the first time in a long time. You begin to no longer blame yourself or others for past failures but realize that much of what we fail at is based on signing up for something that is not in alignment with our Personal Style. For example, one would not take a Ferrari on an unpaved mountainous excursion. It’s not that it can’t be done but chances are the car will be in need of great repair at the journey’s end and the price that one will pay to restore it may not be worth it. The same is true for many human beings. Their personal style simply does not afford them the luxury of traversing rough terrain.