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1

What part of the chart is considered the Southern Hemisphere?

The upper portion.


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2

This hemisphere of a chart is associated with a focus on the individual and their reaction with others. (Me with others)

The upper portion or Southern Hemisphere



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3

Keywords for the __________ hemisphere of the chart are...

public

objective

generalized point of view

The upper portion or Southern Hemisphere



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4

What part of the chart is considered the "Northern Hemisphere"?

The lower portion


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5

This hemisphere of the chart is focused on the self as an individual and family.

The Northern Hemisphere or lower portion.


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6

Keywords for the ___________ hemisphere of the chart are...

private

subjective

personal

The Northern Hemisphere or lower portion.


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7

The Eastern hemisphere of the chart is located on the right or left side?

Left side


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8

This hemisphere of the chart focuses on the individual's internal relationships.

Eastern hemisphere or left side


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9

Keywords for the ___________ hemisphere of the chart are...

self-reliance

self-focused

taking charge

Eastern hemisphere or left side


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10

The Western Hemisphere of the chart are located on the right or left side of the chart?

Right side


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11

This hemisphere of the chart focuses on the individual's external relationships.

Western Hemisphere or right side


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12

Keywords for the __________ hemisphere of the chart are...

team player

other-focused

more dependent on others

working with

Western Hemisphere or right side


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13

Which quadrant is this?...

(below the horizon, eastern hemisphere)

Quadrant 1


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14

This quadrant represents integration of the self

Quadrant 1


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15

The keywords for this quadrant are...

self-identity

self-development

self-concern

self-reliant.

Quadrant 1


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16

What quadrant would Carl Jung say was intuition focused?

Quadrant 1


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17

What quadrant does this represent?

(below the horizon, western hemisphere)

Quadrant 2


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18

This quadrant represents awareness of others in one's immediate environment.

Quadrant 2


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19

Keywords for this quadrant are...

relationships with others

need for inner security

Quadrant 2


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20

What quadrant would Carl Jung say is feeling focused?

Quadrant 2


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21

What quadrant does this represent?

(above the horizon, western hemisphere)

Quadrant 3


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22

This quadrant represents awareness of society.

Quadrant 3


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23

Keywords for this quadrant are...

thinking

relationships for a purpose

Quadrant 3


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24

What quadrant would Carl Jung say is sensate- focused?

Quadrant 3


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25

What quadrant does this represent?

(above the horizon, eastern hemisphere)

Quadrant 4


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26

This quadrant represents integration with society.

Quadrant 4


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27

Keywords for this quadrant are...

becoming self-contained in order to expand beyond the self

experiencing the larger culture

contributing toward the greater good

Quadrant 4


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28

What quadrant would Carl Jung say is thinking focused?

Quadrant 4


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29

This chart pattern represents the following...

- Sets up a rhythm of motion that acts like action/reaction.

- The individual may feel as though they have to constantly adjust to their environment

- As if every move them make is countered by others in their world

- They are easily able to consider opposing views

- They feel as though they are constantly reacting

Seesaw pattern


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30

This chart pattern represents the following...

- Important mission to fulfill and should take destiny into their own hands

- A deep sense of responsibility

- Can remain calm in chaos

- Completes tasks others have started

- The person is able to scoop up life and feed on a variety of experience

- Giving back is an important lesson for this individual

Bowl pattern


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