DT self test 2017-07-31T12:54:58+00:00

What’s Your Dharma?

Dharma Types can be compared to an operating system on your computer. There are many loose pieces on your machine that are held together by the operating system like a framework.

Your Dharma Type is like this framework, determined by the time, date and place of your birth it provides the container that you fill with the moving parts throughout your life, like family, education, career, physical and mental health, friends, places you live and so on.

Being a certain Dharma Type does not restrict you or mean that you can’t wander over into different types, in fact, all of us play different roles throughout our lives – dependant on periods of our lifecycle or other circumstances.

Are you curious about your Dharma Type? Take the test to learn more!

 

Thanks for trying the Dharma Test!

For each question, choose AS MANY answers as apply. For example, if A, C, and E are all true for you, select them all. At the end you will be given two possible types: one will be your Dharma Type, the other the Life Cycle you are in. Click on each to find out more.

1. Pick the word that means the most to you, or describes you best. Choose more than one answer, if applicable.
Freedom
Loyalty
Wisdom
Honor
Prosperity


2. Pick the phrase that means the most to you, or describes you best. Choose more than one answer, if applicable.
Independence and Bliss
Love and Devotion
Worldliness and Knowledge
Discipline and Perfection
Entertainment and Fun


3. Pick the phrase that means the most to you, or describes you best. Choose more than one answer, if applicable.
I love being alone. Sometimes I hate people, sometimes I like them, but they usually don’t understand me.
I don’t mind being alone as long as I have something constructive to do.
I enjoy being alone. I like people, but need to spend time by myself for quiet contemplation, rest, and rejuvenation.
I don’t mind being alone, as long as I have a goal to accomplish.
I hate being alone. I prefer the company of people even if I don’t know them.


4. Pick the word that means the most to you, or describes you best. Choose more than one answer, if applicable.
I like strange, dark, or wild places; places no one has ever thought of or been to.
I like the plains and wide expanses of earth. I like living close to the ground, on bottom floors rather than high-rise apartments.
I like high and remote places. I like upper floors, high-rise buildings, living above others and looking down.
I like challenging places. Places that are high, but not so high as to be remote. I like fortified and strong places.
From the Beverly Hills to gently rolling slopes, I like places where the action is; places that are easy to get to, but also exclusive. I like living in the middle ground, not too high, not too low, where there is lots of activity and access to the world.


5. Pick the sentence that describes you best. Choose more than one answer, if applicable.
I am the rebel or black sheep in my family. As a parent, I give freedom to my kids and let them individualize themselves from others.
I am deeply bonded with my family. As a parent, I nurture my kids by making sure they are well-fed, healthy and content.
I tend to teach my family and urge them to improve themselves. As a parent, I make certain my kids learn how to think for themselves, get a good education, and understand the world.
I am the strong one in my family. As a parent, I lead by example, and earn my kids’ respect with discipline and order.
I support my family with shelter and resources. As a parent, I provide for my kids, and make sure they understand the value of money, self-effort, and making your own way in the world.


6. In religion, I most value the following. Choose more than one answer, if applicable.
Going my own way
Faith and Devotion
Study and Scripture
Penance and Discipline
Rituals and Observances


7. In marriage I most value the following. Choose more than one answer, if applicable.
An unconventional spouse, one who understands my quirks and special desires
A dutiful spouse who is loyal and provides for me; a woman who cooks and cleans- a man who brings home the bacon
A sensitive, intelligent spouse
A spouse who challenges me and with whom I can do activities
A beautiful spouse


8. I mainly watch T.V. for... Choose more than one answer, if applicable.
Horror, alternative political and spiritual viewpoints, science fiction... the Sci-Fi , FX, Indie and Alternative channels
Family, Drama, History, and Community programs like Music, Soap Operas, Reality TV, daytime talk shows, cartoons, entertainment gossip, and re-runs
Educational, thought-provoking, and human interest stories and entertainment... the National Geographic Channel, PBS, Sci-Fi, and Documentary Channels
Sports, Action, News &Politics, and Adventure stories and entertainment... ESPN, CNN
Fun programs, drama, music, comedy, game shows, financial, and motivational stories and entertainment... HBO, Comedy Channel.


9. At my best I am... Choose more than one answer, if applicable.
A Revolutionary, An Inventor, A Genius
A Devoted Friend, A Hard-Worker, A Caregiver
A Counselor, A Teacher, A Diplomat
A Leader, A Hero, A Risk-Taker
An Optimist, A Self-Starter, A Promoter, An Adventurer


10. Under stress I tend to... Choose more than one answer, if applicable.
Bend the rules or lie to get my way, blame others for my problems, feel invisible, and self-deprecate
Become lazy, closed-down in my own space, and worry a lot
Be scatterbrained, feckless, and wishy-washy
Become anger-prone, inattentive, and reckless
Be moody/depressed, loud, and restless


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*Dharma Type Self-test is used with permission. To Learn more about all Dharma Types read “The 5 Dharma Types” and “Sex, Love and Dharma” by Simon Chokoisky.

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