The first step is to determine what your current personality type is today.
One of the most popular personality tests is the Meyers Briggs Personality Assessment which is available online and only takes a few minutes to take. If you go to this link you will find which of these 16 groups you fall into today. https://www.16personalities.com/free-personality-test
This chart above is only one of hundreds of interpretations of these test results. For another interpretation of your test results, you can read this chart which is couched in more positive terms. https://www.myersbriggs.org/my-mbti-personality-type/mbti-basics/the-16-mbti-types.htm
The Meyers & Briggs Foundation makes the point that these tests are designed to be descriptive and not predictive. They measure preferences and not skills.
What they do not know is that personality test results can be changed dramatically by spiritual processing. On the Scientology OT levels, I saw my Oxford Capacity Analysis personality test results change while completing different levels. During my years of SRT processing, I have seen continuing changes of my Meyers Briggs results over time.
I used to get ENTJ as my regular MBTI test results and today I see that I am now an ENFP-A, whatever that is. If I look at my most undesirable personality traits and give myself a few solo sessions, I expect to see further changes.
The reason for these changes will be explained in the next part of this article. This is not new news as I wrote this up in detail a few years ago but it seems that there is so much to learn that we need to go over the data more them once.
If you would like to take control of your personality and make desirable changes, be sure to read the next parts of this series.
Your first step is to take the online test referenced above and save the results for later reference.
It will give you a graphic result similar to the one shown below. You will notice that it is couched in positive terms. I am looking forward to seeing how it changes with more SRT processing.