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Multiple Intelligences

Over at Integral Options Cafe, William posted about Multiple Intelligences. Multiple Intelligences is a way of exploring our diverse aptitudes. We each have strengths and weaknesses we live with and it’s very helpful to be aware of these. There’s a simple M.I. test available that measures 8 intelligences, and is a good way to begin.

My results placed my strongest intelligence as naturalistic. This makes sense, both because I’ve always had a love for nature and because understanding the workings of life has been a focus in my personal study.

Second is the linguistic intelligence, which is what I’ve always considered my strongest of these areas and the most obvious trait to be measured. I wouldn’t claim mastery of language, just an abiding love for it.

On the other end of the spectrum, my kinaesthetic intelligence is a bit weak. I’ve been actively working to improve this for a while now, and February was a turning point in my dedication to putting effort into shaping my body. An indicator like this is a strong reminder of the work still left to do.

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  1. I took the test, and it was rather interesting. Some of the results were what I was expecting (such as showing strengths in music), but some of them were quite surprising. The only thing is that I can't work out how to post it in my live journal. How do I do so?

  2. Hmm, I shall experiment with this, but if it doesn't work then I will certainly ask you to show me later!

  3. I took the test, and it was rather interesting. Some of the results were what I was expecting (such as showing strengths in music), but some of them were quite surprising. The only thing is that I can't work out how to post it in my live journal. How do I do so?

  4. Hmm, I shall experiment with this, but if it doesn't work then I will certainly ask you to show me later!