Spiritual Awareness Test – are you aware?

List of Questions and Answers from the Test with no scoring system. Take the full version of the Test to get your personalized and detailed profile as well as a certificate of participation via email.


Remember, it is not so much the questions that make the difference, but the answers. Do not fixate on the question in case it seems nonsensical or poorly posed, rather focus on the answers and choose the one that best describes the way you are. The purpose of the test is not to identify the correct answer, but to reason about the different options even where they appear trivial, finally choosing the one closest to your own mindset.

The personal relationship with the dominant way of thinking, with established beliefs, and with all that is passively absorbed throughout life and never, or almost never, questioned. We tend to accept the world as it is, and we do so depending on the time and place in which we find ourselves living. Moral references are needed, however, otherwise we move like flags exposed to the wind.

1. You find a substantial amount of money on the ground, enough to be able to buy you that thing you need. What is your first thought?

– No thought, I collect the money and I run away
– What if someone sees me?
– Even if someone sees me, that money belongs to the first person who finds it
– It is not my stuff, taking it would be wrong, so I leave it where it is
– I should notify law enforcement
– I do not need anything
– I do not care and I continue on my way
Field of Investigation: Good Sense and Common Sense

2. Is judging people right or wrong?

– Always wrong
– Wrong, although sometimes they seem to go out of their way to be judged
– It is neither right nor wrong: you just do not do it
– If the judgment is positive, you can do it
– We all make judgments, however, it is not necessary to externalize them
– Is there really anyone capable of not judging?
– If I feel the need to judge, it means that a part of me requires attention
Field of Investigation: Good Sense and Common Sense

3. When 99 out of 100 people agree on a given issue, it means that:

– Right and wrong are categories of the mind and not realities, so it does not mean anything in particular
– It is not a matter of wrong or right, every idea has equal value, but out of mental laziness one follows the masses
– The 99 people are not necessarily right, but certainly their opinion is the most comfortable one
– The one person in disagreement is probably right
– Probably 99 people are right, but it would be interesting to know the opinion of the person in disagreement
– The person in disagreement is stupid or in bad faith
– 99 people are right and 1 person is wrong
Field of Investigation: Good Sense and Common Sense

4. What is the difference between GOOD SENSE and COMMON SENSE?

– It would be more correct to speak of individual consciousness, as everything else is a consequence
– They are both a result of the place and time in which one lives; there is not much point in distinguishing between them
– Good Sense is subjective, while Common Sense is popular
– Common Sense is common to all mankind, while Good Sense is typical of a place or people
– They sometimes coincide, they sometimes do not
– None, they are the same thing
– I don’t know
Field of Investigation: Good Sense and Common Sense

5. What do you think about the law?

– It serves to protect the state first and foremost
– It decides what is acceptable and unacceptable
– It declares what is permitted and prohibited
– It determines what is right and wrong
– It is meant to regulate the coexistence of people and prevent anarchy
– The masses need the laws; the individual should develop his own integrity
– The greater the number of laws, the lower the degree of maturity of a people and their rulers
Field of Investigation: Good Sense and Common Sense

6. At the end of this test you will not receive any results and you will realize that you have been deceived: what are you thinking right now?

– I knew right away it was a catch, you won’t get away with it!
– I had expectations, now I feel a certain sense of disappointment, and I don’t know if I will go on
– These tests are often trivial, but I’m still willing to take the risk
– I don’t know what to say, I didn’t expect much, but maybe you are just pulling my leg…
– Hahaha, I didn’t expect this one, you have ripped me a laugh
– I am taking this test to pass the time and out of pure curiosity, if it is a rip-off, I will get over it
– If it is, I will take the opportunity to do some soul-searching and bask in my incurable naiveté
Field of Investigation: Instinctuality and Self-control

The ability to stop and reflect and keep impulses at bay when the situation becomes delicate requiring self-control and rationality. Acting on instinct may help in certain cases, but in the long run it may not be an effective strategy and it becomes necessary to cultivate a more reflective attitude.

7. The previous question was just a joke! Don’t worry and proceed to the next question….

What distinguishes human beings from animals?

– Humans speak, while animals do not
– Humans are endowed with reasoning, animals follow instincts
– Animals do not possess malice, humans do
– Nothing substantial, they are both driven by instincts and impulses
– They have the same instincts and impulses, but humans can control themselves
– Humans possess consciousness, while animals possess a mind only
– At the biological, instinctual and mental levels they are similar, however the spiritual level is the prerogative of humans
Field of Investigation: Instinctuality and Self-control

8. Money makes one happy. What do you think?

– Certainly, the rich are happier than the poor
– Yes, however, when it becomes too much it gives other problems
– Not always, there are rich people who come to a bad end…
– Unfortunately, the world is based on money, so it is necessary, although the disparities between rich and poor are excessive
– Absolutely NO. Money makes one cynical, materialistic and unable to enjoy the little things
– I would prefer to live in a world without money where everyone has equal value
– Money stimulates the basic instincts and attracts our less evolved part
Field of Investigation: Instinctuality and Self-control

9. Someone tells you that a group of people made a stupid and ignorant comment about you, showing that they do not know you at all. How do you react?

– I want to know who they are in order to teach them a lesson immediately!
– I want to know their identity so I can take revenge when the opportunity arises
– I want to know who they are so I can avoid them in the future
– So be it! The world is full of ignorant people who speak without knowing
– It bothers me, but it is not worth giving them any importance
– If they judged me without even knowing me, they do not deserve my attention
– Giving them attention would do neither of us any good, better to move on
Field of Investigation: Instinctuality and Self-control

10. Regarding vices, what are your thoughts?

– It would be better to avoid the worst vices, but there is nothing wrong with having some weaknesses
– I enjoy the feelings that certain habits cause me, but I am aware of the potential risks
– They are simply the material manifestation of an unprocessed inner emptiness
– It is necessary understand the causes that drive people to seek vices
– A dormant mind lives on illusions (ex: vices), an awakened mind focuses on the essence of things
– For me they are fundamental, I could not live without them
– Depends on the vices, in general it is important to know how to moderate oneself
Field of Investigation: Instinctuality and Self-control

Knowing how to untangle between real needs and needs induced by advertising and by the exhibitionism of a consumerist society that is very focused on having and appearing. Developing a deeper consciousness involves the ability to place proper value on things, and also knowing how to detach oneself from them when needed.

11. The things you own end up owning you. This quote comes from a movie called Fight Club. What does it make you think of?

– The sentence makes no sense
– It means that things give meaning to our lives
– I don’t know, it sounds like a criticism of consumerism
– It refers to the fact that things are important, but you should not have too many of them
– It makes me think of the concepts of being and having: I am not what I own
– It means that the one who owns little or nothing is freer than the one who owns a lot
– It makes me think about the fact that everything in this world is temporary and illusory, no one really owns anything
Field of Investigation: Materialism and Consumerism

12. In your opinion, is advertising really necessary?

– Sure, it helps people choose best products
– Yes, it keeps the economy going
– Certainly, it is the basis of competition and encourages companies to improve themselves
– It depends, sometimes it only helps to sell at the expense of product quality
– Not always, it sometimes has the purpose of enticing people to spend only
– No, in fact, advertising creates needs that would not normally exist
– Advertising is needed for those who are still looking outside for answers
Field of Investigation: Materialism and Consumerism

13. The idea of leaving leftover food on your plate and then throwing it away (whether at home or at a restaurant), how does that feel to you?

– I pay for the food and I decide what to do with it
– No feeling in particular, what would be the problem?
– It is a small waste, but there is far worse, so I would not make a big deal out of it
– I try not to waste food, however I occasionally do
– I cannot stand waste and rarely throw food away
– Every waste is a small crime, it would need a greater sense of responsibility from people
– This behavior is the result of a selfish-consumerist mentality, more awareness would be needed
Field of Investigation: Materialism and Consumerism

14. If you could create an ideal world, what would you increase and what would you decrease?

– I would like more money and less taxes
– I would like more rights and fewer duties
– I would like more freedom and less injustice
– I would like more culture and less superficiality
– I would like more justice and less mindlessness
– I would like more beauty and less materialism
– I would like more truth and less talk
Field of Investigation: Materialism and Consumerism

The tendency to turn one’s gaze and interest toward one’s inner self, or, conversely, toward the outer world. The inner world asks complex questions, the outer world provides simple and comfortable answers. Introversion is often a sign of depth of soul, extroversion is frequently a sign of insecurity.

15. What kind of relationship do you have with noise?

– What kind of noise? TV on, cars and barking dogs I don’t even perceive them
– Noise makes me feel alive, while prolonged silence makes me uncomfortable
– Noise does not disturb me, but I prefer quiet environments
– It depends on the type of noise; some noises irritate me and some don’t
– In general, noise disturbs my flow of thoughts, except when I purposefully seek it out
– If I could, I would turn down the volume of the world a little bit
– Noise stuns and silences the mind: I don’t need it
Field of Investigation: Introversion and Extroversion

16. Which of the following situations inspires you the most?

– Reading a good book in solitude
– A nature walk in the company of another person
– A dinner among close friends at someone’s house
– A dinner at a restaurant among friends
– A walk in the mall together with someone
– An evening in a pub full of people
– A party at a famous club singing and dancing
Field of Investigation: Introversion and Extroversion

17. Which of the scenarios proposed below causes you the most discomfort?

– Going completely unnoticed and not being considered by anyone
– Having no one to talk to and vent to
– Finding myself alone on weekends
– Having to listen to others for hours and never being able to take the floor
– Having to laugh politely at silly jokes
– Finding myself alone in a new place and not knowing how to behave
– Finding myself the center of attention without meaning to be
Field of Investigation: Introversion and Extroversion

18. Why do people seem to be more swaggering and confident when interacting virtually?

– They don’t seem to be
– Only the most timid people behave this way
– Because virtual spaces make people more sincere
– Because they are no longer used to face-to-face interaction
– Because they can pretend to be better or hide certain flaws
– Because they play a more socially desirable role
– Because they do not know themselves and project into the virtual what they think they should be
Field of Investigation: Introversion and Extroversion

Is it better to ask questions or focus on answers? The temperament of the spiritual seeker is doubtful; that of the worldly man is full of certainties. But have we ever wondered if those certainties taken for granted have any real foundation? The idea of questioning everything can be frightening, yet evolving also means being able to face one’s fears.

19. Do you prefer to ask yourself questions or give yourself answers?

– This question does not make sense
– I try not to ask too many questions; I prefer to go with the flow
– I prefer answers: asking myself a lot of questions gets confusing
– Both; in fact, to get meaningful answers, you have to ask yourself the right questions
– I focus on the questions: the answers come accordingly
– Doubt is essential: I prefer to ask a lot of questions even if I do not find the answers
– Question and answer are two sides of the same coin; what matters is interpretation
Field of Investigation: Doubts and Certainties

20. Below you will find a number of more or less common beliefs, choose the one you feel is most true:

– Nothing is given to us; we have to deserve things
– Working well and hard always pays off
– Commitment is key, but you also need luck
– Thinking positively and not dwelling on negativity
– Follow aspirations without worrying too much about the outcome
– Seeking to constantly improve yourself by facing fears and challenging your limits
– Focus on the journey by taking with you what you need and leaving behind what weighs you down
Field of Investigation: Doubts and Certainties

21. What do you think about regret and remorse?

– Constantly rehashing the past is for losers, I look forward
– Remorse is better, I’d rather act and make mistakes than do nothing
– Regret is better, I prefer to live with doubt, it is more romantic
– Both are neccesary to grow and mature, so it is good to have them
– The less someone knows about themself, the more they will tend to have regret and remorse
– They are essential to evolve inwardly, however, they need to be analyzed and understood
– Whether it is regret, remorse, or neither of them, depends on subjective interpretation
Field of Investigation: Doubts and Certainties

22. Do you put your trust in politics?

– Yes, absolutely, politics decides everything
– Certainly, but not all politicians are motivated by noble intentions
– Quite a bit, however, I sometimes get the impression that politicians make certain promises just to get elected
– Not much, meaning that in politics you have everything: honest people, careerists, liars, even criminals
– No, in fact, politics tends to express the worst in human beings
– The question should be: do you put your trust in people? Since politicians mirror people
– Delegating is never a solution, people consciously or unconsciously choose their own way
Field of Investigation: Doubts and Certainties

23. Truth and relativism: what is the relationship between them?

– They are at the antipodes: what is true, is not relative
– There is only one truth, then there are subjective points of view
– Two or more truths can coexist, so truth is also relative
– True and false are points of view relative to the observer
– There are certainly universal truths, but there is much relativism in the world
– Each one of us creates their own truths relative to their perception of the world
– The search for truth is a journey, the path is relative, the destination is indefinite
Field of Investigation: Doubts and Certainties

Religion, at least in theory, deals with the spiritual needs of human beings. However, religiosity and spirituality are by no means synonymous and can, at times, even be mutually exclusive. Belief and Intuition are two different things, and a dogmatic attitude is certainly not favoring the path to soul awakening.

24. What is the difference between HAVING FAITH and BELIEVING?

– No difference, they are the same thing
– A person cannot have faith without believing in holy scripture
– A person can have faith even without believing in all religious dogmas
– Believers follow religious precepts, those who have faith have a more personal relationship with God
– Those who have faith perceive God within themselves, those who believe look for Him externally
– Believing in something is a human need, faith is a matter that transcends human needs
– They are two stages in a constantly moving process of spiritual evolution
Field of Investigation: Religiosity and Spirituality

25. What do you think about Reincarnation?

– There is no reincarnation. You only live once and you have to enjoy every moment
– I have heard about it, but still have not formed a clear opinion about it
– Death is not the end of everything, in fact we are reborn each time
– Our soul is immortal, so-called “death” represents the transition from one life to the next
– The soul is eternal and immaterial, which is why it needs to incarnate in the world of matter and experience death
– We are spiritual entities that evolve by incarnating into the world, but strangely enough we lose our memories of previous lives
– We are in the world but we are not of the world, yet many people get stuck here for various reasons: attachment, ego and so on
Field of Investigation: Religiosity and Spirituality

26. Here are a series of statements about religion. Which among them comes closest to your own thinking?

– Religion represents the word and will of God
– Religion is basically a fairy tale
– Religion arises from the uniquely human need to answer existential questions
– Religion exploits an inner emptiness to impose its worldview and proselytize
– Religion purposely alters the meaning of ancient texts to gain power and control over people
– Religion stands to spirituality as State law stands to justice
– Religion belongs to the world, yet it can become a means of spiritual quest toward a deeper end
Field of Investigation: Religiosity and Spirituality

27. The law of cause and effect (Karma) states that our every action generates effects in this life and/or the next. What are your thoughts on this?

– These are only superstitions
– The effects of our actions are immediate, positive or negative, what does the next life have to do with it?
– Karma is a kind of positive or negative energy that follows us from life to life to test us
– Karma has no polarity, it is either present or not: it is consumed through reincarnation and repetition
– The law of cause and effect is a principle of the universe, Karma binds souls to reincarnation
– Intentions come before actions, it is not always necessary to act, so Karma is a trap
– The awareness/consciousness with which we act or do not act is more important than the action itself. We are cause and effect together
Field of Investigation: Religiosity and Spirituality

28. Do Good and Evil really exist?

– Of course they do, people are divided into good and evil
– Definitely, but there are many more good people
– They exist, but it is not always easy to distinguish between them
– Yes, they coexist within us as two forces constantly fighting each other
– Yes, in the form of complementary energies that offset each other
– Yes and no: Good and Evil are moral categories of our mind and not universal concepts
– Not really, they are illusory concepts typical of the mind but not of consciousness
Field of Investigation: Religiosity and Spirituality

The human mind is divided into two hemispheres, and this is probably where the dualistic worldview comes from. Black and white, true and false, good and evil. However, the universe does not follow the rules of the mind, and the spiritual seeker knows how much thoughts can distort the perception of reality and lead us away from the path of truth.

29. Free will may be defined as:

– Doing what we want without being accountable to anyone
– The power to say YES to anything we like
– The power to decide among a range of options
– Choosing whether or not to do something
– The power to say NO when something does not convince us
– The illusion that we can choose among a set of options decided by others
– The knowledge that the mind prompts us to make choices, but our inner substance does not change
Field of Investigation: Dualism and Duality

30. Choose the noun combination that makes the most sense to you:
– Beauty-Ugliness
– Wealth-Poverty
– Sensitivity-Insensitivity
– Consciousness-Dualism
– Knowledge-Ignorance
– Awareness-Unawareness
– Awareness-Ignorance

31. A world in which there is no money or work. How does that affect you?

– Only a fool could imagine such a thing
– And what would people do all day with no money and no employment?
– Money cannot be abolished, however, one would have to work much less
– It is an original but utopian idea, sooner or later it would almost certainly result in anarchy
– Hard to accomplish, but I would give it a try
– It would not be easy, I think people would not accept it willingly
– People should evolve first, then it would be possible
Field of Investigation: Dualism and Duality

32. Imagine a person who was able to become rich and established from a modest family. How does that affect you?

– Do I really have to be honest? Well, I would love to be in their place
– Maybe they were also lucky as well as capable, either way, I respect them
– I suppose they understood how the world works and they were able to exploit it
– I think they worked hard and I hope they did it honestly
– It doesn’t matter to me, good for them if this makes them happy!
– Money and success do not tell me much about that person, so I do not think anything in particular
– Everyone attracts what is akin to them, so I guess this person feels fulfilled
Field of Investigation: Dualism and Duality

33. Last and most important question, it can completely overturn the outcome of the test (*): how do you rate the questions on this test?

– Trivial questions, even worse answers, boring as hell
– Dull questions, fairly interesting answers
– Interesting questions, answers not always up to par
– Good variety of questions and answers
– Sometimes I would like to choose more than one answer, but I understand the need to make a choice
– The test focuses on the answers, I think it wants to stimulate the user to think well before answering
– I have the impression that some answers contain all the others in themselves, like a kind of matryoshka doll

Almost there, last question before calculating your profile
(*): it was just a joke, but the question still has validity


Distinguishing traits: Spontaneity, Excess, Recklessness
This level of awareness reflects a personality with strong instincts, impulsive, passionate as well as hasty. When a decision has to be made, you certainly do not let doubt and insecurity overwhelm you: act first, then eventually evaluate the results of your actions. Looking back on the past and potential mistakes made is a waste of time; much better to focus on the present time and enjoy the pleasures and emotions that arise from time to time. Yours is a visceral type of awareness, linked to primal instincts and therefore completely spontaneous, but equally uncontrolled and potentially destructive. You probably happen to do damage without realizing it, which is why you should, in our opinion, listen more to any criticism you receive from others.
A higher level of awareness involves knowing how to stop and reflect, how to question ourselves and the world around us, and how to keep urges and desires at bay. All of this, for the moment, does not seem particularly intriguing to you, and we fear that our test has bored you. But here is some good news for you: if you decide to embark on a path of personal evolution, you will surely make some wonderful discoveries, as around you, but especially within you, there is a whole underwater world to explore. In the meantime, if you have not done so yet, you might try our Mental Age Test, we are sure you would find it more fun and challenging than this:

Distinguishing traits: Pragmatism, Shallowness, Possessiveness
This score is indicative of a rigid and down-to-earth character. On one hand you tend to judge situations and people lightly, but on the other hand you appreciate what is recognized as useful and desirable within the society in which you live. Your practical attitude requires you to live in the present, but with a constructive look toward the future. You avoid wasting time on nonsense or activities that are an end in themselves, since every action you take must lead to a tangible result. For this reason you find some satisfaction in possessing things, including money, yet you tend to become dependent on them, although unconsciously. Objects also have their importance, but if you take a few minutes to think about it, you will find that most of the things we own or would like to own are not so indispensable after all.
Yours is therefore a material awareness, in which the concrete, measurable aspect is the focus of all thinking. Unfortunately, matter is destined to perish, as is the human body, and focusing exclusively on it will give you worries and block the possibility of progressing to more ethereal stages of consciousness. Our advice is to slow down a little bit, both physically and mentally, and try to take a closer look at the world around you, leaving aside duties and ambitions: you will surely realize that there is beauty even in what you normally consider foolish and fruitless.
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Distinguishing traits: Perceptiveness, Mutability, Awe
The sensorial level is typical of a person who can tune into their perceptions, that is, those sensations that come from the five senses. The sixth sense also appears from time to time, the one that really seems to come from a higher dimension and can generate a spark of enlightenment, although fleeting and elusive. Now it is a matter of figuring out how to make these sporadic insights coexist with the rational mind, so as to evolve to the next level we call, precisely, rational. For the time being you still tend to be overwhelmed by certain sensations, sometimes even feelings, but you do not have to worry about that because it is all perfectly normal. Feeling means being alive. Being alive means change. Do not be afraid of the change and emotional seesaw you experience, because this is the only way you can transform your feeling into something more elaborate, becoming a new person while not giving up your identity.
What holds you back the most is the fear of losing control, of no longer recognizing yourself, of losing yourself. Isn’t it true? But after all, everything changes and transforms sooner or later, just like your mood, so try to accept this fact and you will see that everything will be easier.
You have to lose yourself only to find yourself again, and each time with a little addition.
Have a good journey!

Distinctive traits: Analysis, Comparison, Decision
%%user_name%%, so-called rationality is a human prerogative, and your mindset seems to revolve around it. Yours, however, is a still basic and developing rationality, which is why we differentiated it from the elevated rationality that characterizes the next level. Your attitude toward life is as follows: you thoroughly examine your options before making any decision, knowing in advance that a choice is necessary. Sometimes you still act on instinct, anyway emotions do not have excessive power over you, and you like to reason things out to yourself, but not before you have gathered the opinions of sources you consider reliable. In the end everything has to fit together and this way of being makes you a well-adjusted person in the world, but having solid certainties is not painless, in fact from time to time an excruciating doubt arises that seems to want to question everything.
Since yours is a mental/rational awareness, you find it problematic to deal with indeterminacy. But do you know? The intangible is the foundation of spirituality. What do you want to do, then? Proceed into the unknown, risking the discovery of shocking facts at the cost of giving up fixed certainties, or settle for your, although still valid, analytical skills? You know, one cannot or should not always come to a certain and agreed conclusion; sometimes it is necessary to leave some doors open to the irrational in order to discover something new. The next step, that is, the world of ideals, could elevate the mind to new and broader horizons in which the absolute takes the place of rational calculation.
Evaluate what to do and good luck!

Distinctive traits: Examination, Balancing, Conclusion
%%user_name%%, every human being is endowed with reasoning, but you have taken it a step further: you have made rationality your strong point. You thoroughly examine your options before coming to any conclusion, being aware, however, that an outcome must still be achieved somehow. You rarely act on instinct, emotions do not have excessive power over you, and you like to reason things out to yourself, not disdaining by any means the opinions of sources you consider reliable. In the end everything has to fit together and this way of being makes you a well-adjusted person in the world, but having solid certainties is not painless, in fact from time to time an excruciating doubt arises that seems to want to question everything. Your way of being is very close to that of an idealist, but in order to access the next level, namely the level of ideals, you must first learn to listen to your intuition as well.
Since yours is a mental/rational awareness, you find it problematic to deal with indeterminacy. But do you know? The intangible is the foundation of spirituality. What do you want to do, then? Proceed into the unknown, risking the discovery of shocking facts at the cost of giving up fixed certainties, or settle for your, although still valid, analytical skills? You know, one cannot or should not always come to a certain and agreed conclusion; sometimes it is necessary to leave some doors open to the irrational in order to discover something new. The next step, that is, the world of ideals, could elevate your mind to new and broader horizons in which the absolute takes the place of the nonetheless valid rational explanations.
Evaluate what to do and good luck!

Distinguishing Traits: Depth, Morality, Firmness
This level of awareness stands above the rational as well as the statistical average; which means two things:
1) You possess an uncommon depth of mind;
2) Your rational part coexists with an idealistic outlook on life.
Now, it is very likely that your solid moral grounding and your rational mind will have a fight from time to time, nonetheless when faced with the possibility of choosing between what is most logical and convenient, and between what is right, 2 out of 3 times your decision falls on what you think is right. In fact, you cannot always make rationality and righteousness go together, but then again, that is the way the world works, sometimes it seems to be sensible and fair, other times it seems to go out of its way to create division and partiality. Isn’t it so?
You are aware that justice and truth do not always triumph, but if you can, you stay away from those morally degrading compromises that are so appealing to the most superficial and selfish people. You are not selfish but, we would rather say, firm on your positions and disinclined to reason according to mere self-interest. You still think in a dualistic way, that is, in terms of good and evil, right and wrong, etc., although your hyperuranic view of existence places you somewhere between the immanent and the transcendent.
That said, yours is an enviable position from a consciousness perspective, but we still glimpse many evolutionary outlets. The next stage of awareness, which we call soul-level, expands the moral worldview toward an ethical-spiritual perspective, where good and evil are no longer so sharply distinguished from each other, but become two sides of the same coin.
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Distinctive traits: Awakening, Connection, Beauty
%%user_name%%, your degree of awareness is definitely above the average human being, and, in some ways, outside the world itself. There burns within you a soul-spiritual fire, a connection with distant worlds and more generally with the whole universe. All this is called Awakening, as you probably already knew. It is the awakening of the soul, which, not belonging to the earthly dimension, has the possibility of experiencing a range of emotions, feelings and insights that are not easy to describe in words, but once they reach the rational mind they end up unsettling it. Many people experience this kind of connection with the Whole, but very few are able to accept it, preferring in most cases to take a step back to the (supposed) securities of the egoic mind. You, however, do not let yourself be frightened by the soul’s irruptions and actively work to integrate it within your existence. We know, it is not easy at all, and sometimes earthly things seem so absurd to you that you want to drop everything and go home. But which home? This you do not really know either; nevertheless, you feel that your true home is not this one and that you are here, so to speak, just passing through…
You fervently seek connection with the Universe, especially when life seems unfair and incomprehensible to you, and this, in a sense, is your salvation.
You are attracted to everything that expresses beauty, because deep inside you know that in true beauty also lies truth. Your soul is longing for goodness, beauty and authenticity, in a word: for truth.
And now, more good news! The path of expanding awareness never ends and you can still go a long way if you wish. For example, we know about one more level of awareness, the spiritual one. Happy searching!

Distinctive traits: Connection, Otherness, Truth
%%user_name%%, how wonderful! You have reached the highest level of awareness that test creators are aware of! If you have achieved this point without cheating, any explanation becomes superfluous; however, since you have come this far, here is what we can tell about you.
You are an individual, that is, a ONE composed of various parts that manage to coexist with each other while avoiding obscuring reciprocally. Clearly, you are human, and you also have to deal with the mind, with the ego, with the duality of the earthly world. What sets you apart from more modest levels of awareness, is your ability to be mental, soulish and spiritual simultaneously, letting one component prevail over the other as you please, or keeping them in delicate balance. One thing that you are certainly experiencing, and which perhaps represents both a blessing and a curse, is the feeling of estrangement from the earthly world. Sometimes it hurts to feel different, not to say alien, from those around you. Other times, such awareness allows you to face earthly life with the lightness that only being a traveler in a foreign land can give you. The things of the world may touch you or leave you completely indifferent, either way your inner identity does not change. You are well-grounded, but not in the material realm, which is always so shabby, rather in the spiritual dimension, where beauty, good and true coincide perfectly. Compared to the soul level, your inner fire is less energetic, but this is only because your soul is no longer the center of attention, having become integrated into the spirit. Yours is now a search for truth, while being aware that you will not find it in the world, and knowing that the search process is more important than the result itself; this happens because everything is in constant motion and there is no real end point.
Enjoy your search and have a good journey!

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