4 Basic Personality Organizations
The Networkers: Always seeking to communicate and establish bonds with people based on an ideal philosophy that people should “work together to achieve a common goal”. Their entire personal identity and belief system is tied to the groups of friends in which they commune with. Usually a a strong need to protect the ideals of the group from outside invasion. Person of the people, usually friendly with most people. Some problems can occur when someone expresses distaste for them due to an inability to comprehend that some people's core belief may not fall into the group's basic beliefs. Depending on the person, this can either usually cause emotional depression due to feelings of inadequacy or the person may become very irritate publicly over someone's inability to comprehend the groups core philosophies. Major problems can also occur when the network of friends that they acquire start to change their lifestyles(raise a family of their own, move, or simply change interests), as they tend to feel left out, feeling as if they no longer have anyone to support them in life. Tends to become extremely depressed in these situations if the person doesn't have their own established social identity to fall back on, possibly to the point of suicidal thoughts.
The Individualist: Usually always thinking about how they can project themselves ahead of everyone else. Always trying to find themselves, always projecting themselves one more step up the ladder, always unable to reach the top(mainly because there is no top). Always trying to re-evaluate what they believe, who they are, and what they do. Usually extremely frustrated with relationships, due to an inability to accept someone as their equal. Usually always sees the flaws in everyone in which they come in contact with, usually as an attempt to prop up their own self image. Haunted by rejection, haunted by failure, can't quite ever identify with a stable personality. Can be prone to taking extreme risks. Can project having “high knowledge”, though usually as a attempt to try to validate their own belief systems.
Wanderers: Usually people that live in the here and now, exploring different facets of human existence. Usually extremely detail oriented and often perfectionists. Usually never completely attached to anything, often floating from one place to the next, picking up different things along the way. Usually a strong need to manage conflict between the different facets of human existence. Usually enjoys the comforts of life(food, drugs, or any other material property), though unable to fully experience the perfect material sensation, always looking to explore it further. Can become addicted to certain material things, always trying to reach a new high point of human existence. Can be extremely successful, always wanting to expand their material accolades further along. Always accepts what is in front of them, has a habit of preparing for the worst. Usually a heavy realist. Spirituality can produced in late life due to the inability to bring all the material accolades with them into death.
Spiritualists: Usually has no clue as to what they want, always feeling as if there is something that is burning at them, yet they can't quite figure out what it is because it isn't something of material origin. The mind is always churning, trying to perfect the identity of what it is that they desire. Can be quite confusing to communicate with, due to most of their thoughts not fulling connecting with absolute terms. Usually can easily see beyond the veil that most people project, has a strong sense of people's motives; mostly because of the churning that their mind does trying to achieve cosmic peace and because they are usually observers of the human condition, unable to fully immerse themselves in it.
Always looking for the hidden meaning behind everything; causing them to be unable to fully shut off their minds and relax. Usually anxious people, always cycling their thoughts trying to find cosmic truth. Always searching for some cosmic truth.
Note: all people can probably relate to several categories.