What mood are you in?

September 25, 2005 — 2 Comments

The other day, VT sent me a link to a fun tool to tell you what mood you are in. You are shown eight colors and you are supposed to clik on them in order of your preference. Try the Mood Analysis Test at www.colorgenics.com. Be warned, though… it doesn’t work on Firefox (that is so lame!).

Here’s what it says about me right now…

Utmost in your mind is success. You are constantly seeking stimulation and a life full of experience. You are trying to ‘grow’ and above all you need to develop freely and to shake off the shackles of self-doubt. You are an enthusiastic individual, full of life with the desire to live intensely. You like contact with others and are enthusiastic by nature. You are receptive to anything new, modern or intriguing. Your interests are many and you are likely to expand your fields of activities. You are optimistic about the future and you deserve every success because deep down you are a ‘winner’.

You need an atmosphere of peace and quiet and you would like to share a bond of understanding with the ‘right person’ – you have the belief that with the right person, your stress and anxiety could be minimised.

Everyone has to compromise at times and circumstances are such that at this time you are feeling the need to do just that. Put all of your hopes on the back burner and let matters flow for a time – forgo some of the things you want. The good times are just around the corner.

As of late, you have been experiencing untold stress and this is a result of continuous frustration. You haven’t been taking care of all your physical needs and it’s beginning to show. It would seem that you have a need to find someone to whom you can really relate – someone perhaps whose standards are as high as your own. You want to be different – to be individualistic – to stand out from the common herd. Your inherent control of your sensual instincts is restricting your ability to give yourself to open up freely but this being on your own, being lonely, often makes you feel the need to give up some of your strict standards to surrender to the general flow – to be like everyone else; a part of the herd. Deep down you regard such instincts as weaknesses to be overcome. You would like to be loved or admired for yourself alone. You demand recognition and tender loving care.

The fear that you may not be able to fulfill or realize all of your ambitions makes you work and play hard. The thought of being prevented from achieving the things you want leads you to play your part with frantic fervor.

Have fun!

Pat Callahan

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2 responses to What mood are you in?

  1. This is what mine says: At this particular time you are feeling the results of extreme stress and you are seeking a 'way out' but you are pushing too hard. Obviously you need peace, tranquility and contentment. Your temperament is such that you are hoping, unrealistically perhaps, that your desires will shortly be fulfilled (even if at this time you are not quite sure what those true aspirations may be!).Now there are many things in life that you require as essential to your well-being but, try as you may, something always seems to be getting in your way. A word of advice – 'keep trying' and you may be pleasantly surprised to see just how matters turn out.You feel that you should be appreciated far more than you are but no-one seems to care! You feel that you are receiving less than your share and the main problem is that there is no-one to whom you can turn to for sympathy and understanding. The inner stress that you are experiencing makes you quick to take offence but you realize that at this particular moment in time there is little that you can do to relieve the situation.You are pretending that the situation around you doesn't matter, but the effort of trying to conceal your emotions and anxieties is resulting in untold stress. The existing situation is disagreeable. You feel unwanted and lonely and you would really like to associate with someone whose ideals are as high as your own. You want to be above the standard of mediocrity and this need to be needed and that need to need has almost become an obsession. You are trying to magnify the need into a compelling urge. You would really like to tell the world how great you are but no, you are holding back because you feel that your peers may treat you with contempt. This is a great pity because you have in fact a unique quality of character, but the continual restraint that you impose on yourself makes you suppress this need for others and you pretend you don't really care. You treat those who criticise you with contempt. However, to be honest, beneath this assumption of indifference you really long for the approval and esteem of others.You would like to be respected and valued for yourself and this can only be achieved from within a close and harmonious relationship.

  2. Hey Pat, Since sending this to you I have found it interesting that as my moods and routines change so does my color preferences. I have gone back on three different occasions and have retaken the same color test. To my suprise at each time a different color combination attracted my attention. What surprised me was that in each instance it was right on! What a great way to be honest with yourself on any given hour and have the opportunity to back track, if needed. VT

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