Here are your results:
Understanding your results:
The element with the highest score reflects your primary personality type. It is possible for some people to have 2-3 primary elements. It is important to remember that it is not the score that counts, but the relation between the scores.
You may also want to look at the elements with the highest scores and see whether they are opposite or adjacent to each other. Example: Wood and Fire and Earth are adjacent, whereas Wood and Metal, Fire and Water, are opposite. Adjacent elements with high scores reflect a strong supporting relationship, while opposite elements with high scores reflect a strong conflicting relationship. In this context, conflict is not necessarily good or bad- it represents the potential for movement and change as well as instability.
Click on the individual Element Archetypes to find out more about its characteristics.
The Five Element Personality Questionnaire is extracted and used with permission from “Between Heaven and Earth”, written by Harriet Beinfield & Efrem Korngold.