Blogger Widgets Ender-Chan's Thoughts: Disability and the Ten Terrains of Consciousness: An Introduction to the System

Thursday, January 7, 2016

Disability and the Ten Terrains of Consciousness: An Introduction to the System

Since a poll told me to write about the ten terrains of consciousness, that is what I am writing about. Ten Terrains of Consciousness is a fairly new system (The test is under development.), so connecting it with disability will be more difficult than other systems, which have been around for hundreds (thousands in the case of the four original temperaments.

Ten Terrains of Consciousness is different from other temperament systems in that, unlike others, your terrain changes. A choleric-sanguine ENTP diamond can later become a choleric-sanguine ENTP toroid. Ten Terrains blurs the line between temperament and personality. According to Ten Terrains of Consciousness, your terrain is a set of instincts and beliefs that you tend towards.

In a nutshell, humoral systems (LaHaye blends, APS) are what you are, cognitive function and direction tests (MBTI, KTS, DiSC, Enneagram, and Socionics) determine how you are, and Ten Terrains enlightens you on why you are. Ten Terrains is the first dynamic system I have ever come across whilst researching temperament theory. This is what sets Ten Terrains from other systems.

The ten terrains are as follows:
Since a test is not available, I will wait until the test is available before extrapolating further on the Ten Terrains. The Ten Terrains theory is a relatively new system and is markedly different from other systems, so ask me questions about the Ten Terrains and disability. I think I might be a Diamond, but I cannot know for sure since a test is not available. Which path do you think you are on?


  1. Knowing why we are the way we are could be very helpful, I think!

    1. Tim LaHaye, Beverly LaHaye, David Keirsey, Carl Jung, Isabel Briggs Myers, Katharine Cook Briggs, Allen David Reed, Tahnee Woolf, and Galen would agree.


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