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Amazone I.
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Kumar, I think it's merely a fear about letting go and being left without anything... the fear not being enough or not having enough of... knowledge for example or other issues... leads me to say...bingo no 5 or 1 is to be seen here ...NT's in Myers Briggs systems....
no 1 is merely the doer, always on his/her limites and no 5 the thinkful
philosoph having problems to come along in doing things...instead of only being in his/her head exploring things mentally...


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Hi Isa thanks for this explanation; I was as a child-girl 5 and I tried to become a 1 nearly sucessfully as a grown up This is really my development and growth!
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Quoted from jeanb
I am a Reactive Hunter and my husband is a Receptive Warrior, I looked up my Explorer report (before we got everything straightened out as far as Genotype) and that was a Reactive Explorer.  

Is it correct assuming all Explorer are reactive?


No, but it is most likely.

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So what does that make me?  Mentally no, physically yes.  Isn't that just like an AB????????????    


I think that just makes you a Teacher... AB's from the earlier books are made out to be more social people that do not think about others too much.

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I am an O+secretor explorer with a receptive world view also.  I really am kind of odd.....
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I have also noticed problem of constipation among most gatherers and warriors! In line with this, I also notice that they tend to keep materials


Interesting.

I'm a Warrior, very constipated due to nerve damage, but I've always been a "get rid of it!" person, and so was my mother.

I like sparse furniture arrangements so I could move around in bigger ways with the children & grandchildren.

The rule in my house is: "if you can't do a cartwheel in here, there's too much stuff". Maybe needing more space is because I've always been accident prone.

I hardly have any extra "stuff". DH loves to collect things he'll never use. Every 3 months or so I can't stand the clutter so we take a load to Goodwill, which he is willing to do. The rule is "if you haven't worn it or used it in 6 months, out it goes". I am always giving stuff away.Sometimes I do regret getting rid of a piece of clothing.

I have difficulty respecting people who have so much c**p that they don't even know what they have. I once saw a "pack-rat" family argue over whether to keep a button.

Now, with plants -- I can't have enough. I'm thrifty with green things!




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I am a teacher with a receptive world view--no surprise there. I've been told I'm very adaptable and diplomatic. I prefer to blend into a situation and also prefer to have a day when I can be all to myself. I am somewhat thrifty, but not as much as my mother is, who I suspect is a gatherer. I don't like a lot of noise, but my mother is the type to have multiple TVs on in the house. I think my diet leans in some degree toward the warrior one since all meats are now toxins and my poultry servings went down. Maybe it's my very long head. Despite tweaking my info here and there with SWAMI, I remain a Teacher at 41%; any changes I've made have generated minimal food changes.
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I am an O+secretor explorer with a receptive world view also.  I really am kind of odd.....


OK, that's interesting. Maybe O secretor Explorers can be receptors. Maybe O nonnie Explorers are the reactors.


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No, but it is most likely.



I think that just makes you a Teacher... AB's from the earlier books are made out to be more social people that do not think about others too much.



I believe the term he used in one of the books is "Enigma".  Yeah, that's what I am alright.  I guess.  I don't even know what that means really.  I'll have to look it up.



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"Finally brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things." - Phillipians 4:8
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Enigma socially.... for sure, especially us nonnies.
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Quoted from jeanb
I am a Reactive Hunter and my husband is a Receptive Warrior, I looked up my Explorer report (before we got everything straightened out as far as Genotype) and that was a Reactive Explorer.  

Is it correct assuming all Explorer are reactive?


well I am not   I am receptor


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Receptor Hunter


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ABNoWay I can understand your thoughts...

C-Sharp do you have autoimmune issues?


I have the box checked for "Do you have a history of allergy or autoimmune problems:"

Mainly because I have lots of allergies.

I do have some autoimmune issues, but I have never been diagnosed with:  Lupus, Scleroderma, Sjögren's syndrome, Goodpasture's syndrome, Wegener's granulomatosis, Polymyalgia Rheumatica, Guillain-Barre, or other classic autoimmune disease.

If I uncheck "Do you have a history of allergy or autoimmune problems," SWAMI still has me a Reactor type. I presume that I am a Reactor mostly because my GenoType advanced calculator measurements are for Explorer, although my SWAMI GenoType is Teacher.


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I have that box checked too and I thought I would be a reactor.  I was surprised to see receptor.  I do get terrible allergies and have a thyroid disorder.  I get hives, swollen, red eyes, sneeze constantly.  


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Reactor Warrior, with a history of hives (allergy to sulphates), autoimmune thyroid, diabetes. Shoot first eg email letters & words, revise later.



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My swami says I'm a receptor.  No surprises here.


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"Finally brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things." - Phillipians 4:8
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