Insights Discovery ® Colours
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The power of Insights Discovery comes through its sound Jungian psychometric background and its use of the 4 Insights colour energies.
The colours make Jung’s wisdom accessible, memorable, adaptable and, very importantly, enjoyable!
These 4 energies are within us all and we all use them both consciously and less consciously.
They are an important part of what makes you ‘you’; what makes us similar to some people and different to others! Understanding the dynamic of our own colours, their intensity, the dominance of some and our reluctance towards others, is invaluable to understanding who we are.
So what are the strongest colours for you? How do you see yourself; and how do others describe you?
All of us have a dominant that we relate to most and that others see in us clearly. For most of us 1, 2, or even 3 of these colours mix to make up our style. But we all have 1 or more colour that we use least. How about yours?
In order to learn and grow we need to understand our comfort zones and come out of them when we need to. We all need to stretch to grow. At M R Dynamics we use Insights Discovery to help you do just that through our team, leadership, sales and recruitment development programmes.
Some useful questions to ask yourself are:
- Am I sometimes over reliant on 1 style?
- What is the order of my colours?
- What colours would I give to the people I get on with best?
- What about those people I find difficult?
- How do I feel about and interact with people whose personalities are clearly different to mine?
- What jobs, tasks, situations make me feel uncomfortable? Are my colour preferences related?
We hope this helps. For more on Insights Discovery and the colours, what’s behind them, how to use them to be happier and more successful enjoy the site and get in touch!
Your personal mix of colours is shown in the Insights Discovery profile.
Learn about the Jungian foundations of the Insights system at our psychological background page.