MyOwnTrueColors™

I tested this new aura/motive tomography device on fifteen volunteers at a Unity Church in 2002. It confirmed all my predictions contained in my 1995 book, The Seven Thunders of the Soul, a Unified General Theory of Behavior, as well as my predictions in my 1997 version of this research website. At the time, I also tested my own colors, which were a dark purple. I was obsessed with achievement (blue) and the control (red) of this experiment.

 

I also bought a copy of both of Taylor Hartman’s two books, The Color Code and Color Your Future and outlined both of his books. His two books helped me, and I know they will also help you, to be your best and to do your best in leading our own lives and in leading others.

 

Now, after testing and coaching an additional hundred and forty-five individuals, my own aura colors and personality characteristics have improved dramatically. Compare my aura photo above with the Hartman Character Profile below:

 

 

HARTMAN CHARACTER PROFILE

 

Pos-Red

Pos-Blue

Pos-White

Pos-Yellow

decisive

intimate

peaceful

fun-loving

assertive

compassionate

tolerant

playful

action-oriented

sincere

kind

carefree

task-dominant

loyal

satisfied

enthusiastic

determined

thoughtful

even-tempered

optimistic

responsible

quality-oriented

agreeable

trusting

independent

well-mannered

patient

hopeful

logical

analytical

pleasant

happy

pragmatic

committed

accepting

charismatic

disciplined

dedicated

easy-going

sociable

confident

emotional

good listener

forgiving

powerful

dependable

inventive

spontaneous

leader

respectful

considerate

outgoing

productive

deliberate

diplomatic

lively

proactive

nurturing

adaptable

positive

Neg-Red

Neg-Blue

Neg-White

Neg-Yellow

selfish

worry prone

timid

uncommitted

insensitive

overly sensitive

directionless

self-centered

arrogant

self-righteous

indecisive

disorganized

critical of others

self-critical

unmotivated

irresponsible

always right

unforgiving

silently stubborn

undisciplined

impatient

judgmental

lazy

vain

calculating

suspicious

lackluster

afraid to face facts

intimidating

unrealistic
expectations

indirect

inconsistent
communicator

bossy

perfectionist

avoids conflict

unfocused

demanding

low self-esteem

self-deprecating

interruptive

argumentative

hard to please

indifferent

disruptive

aggressive

moody

ambivalent

impulsive

tactless

guilt prone

uninvolved

obnoxious

obsessive

jealous

unenthusiastic

naive

 

 

Directions:  Highlight each of the words that best describes you most of the time.

 

The  Jacobs  Ladder  Leadership  Project J

® Abstract of What Has Been Learned So Far ®

8 2002 by Henry Jacobs (All rights reserved.)

 

Research Aims C To rigorously test whether Aaura@ imaging can be reliably substituted for the Harvard Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) and/or the Lüscher Color Choice Test from Switzerland C in accessing and developing the seven attitudinal energies (plus the null set) from which all perceived reality (both individual and cultural) is created and maintained over time by leadership.

My own research thus far C using the TAT, the Lüscher Color Choice Test, and Aura Imaging equipment C has produced converging evidence that the three TAT motives C Power (P), Achievement (A), and Affiliation (L) C are related to personal color choices as well as to the Aaura@ colors in a manner indicated by the following testable model. The seven TAT attitudes are ranked from most individualistic (#1, #2, #3) up to most social (#4, #5, #6) up to most balanced (#7).

My working hypothesis is that persons who routinely practice altruistic leadership behavior will be those with the #7 reality awareness level and attitude. Yet the Organization Development (OD) leadership style for operationalizing this cultural reality awareness level is not taught in the public schools. Instead, leadership is taught by means of adversarialist sports and military training.

 

Table 1:                 The Quantum Physics Version of Jacobs Ladder

 

 

Reality

Aware-

  ness

 Level

 

TAT

Atti-

tudes*

 

Aura

Color

 

Converging Evidence in Different Disciplines

 

Philosophy

  Attitude

 

Psychology

   Attitude

 

Leadership

  Attitude

 

Political

Science

 

Religious

 Attitude

 

    7

 

(P,A,L)

 

White

 

Utilitarian

 

A. Maslow

 C. Rogers

 

Organization Development

 

Jacobs Ladder

 

  Holy Trinity

 

    6

 

(P,;,L)

 

Orange

 

Egalitarian

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    5

 

(;,A,L)

 

Green

 

Egalitarian

 

 

 

 

 

Liberal

 

 

 

    4

 

(;,;,L)

 

Yellow

 

Egalitarian

 

 

 

 

 

Liberal

 

 

 

    3

 

(;,A,;)

 

Blue

 

Egoist

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    2

 

(P,A,;)

 

Purple

 

Egoist

 

Pavlov

Watson

Skinner

 

Authori-tarian

 

Machia-  vellian

 

Spirit of the Adversary

 

    1

 

(P,;,;)

 

Red

 

Egoist

 

 

 

Authori-tarian

 

Machia-  vallian

 

Spirit of the Adversary

* The sad faces stand for missing motives.

 

So far, my research suggests Man to be a symbol-dependent, energy-transforming, goal-oriented servo-mechanism with freewill who functions in realtime within different Afields of cultural energy@ associated with the way Areality@ is defined and maintained over time by leadership, confirming the claims by Dr. Maxwell Maltz during the 1960s in his book Psycho-Cybernetics.

There are also seven levels of leadership, in regard to one's Asphere of influence:@ (1) leading one=s own life, (2) leading other individuals, (3) leading small groups (both real and nominal groups), (4) leading an organizational environment and its climate of motivational energy, (5) leading coalitions, (6) leading a nation, and (7) leading an empire or some new world order.

The primary function of all leadership, at any JL motivation level and at any level of influence, is to define "reality.@ This ontology function of leadership creates and/or maintains a cultural field of energy that stimulates within others certain of the three motives (or Aspirits@) that are revealed by the TAT. Research by David McClelland at Harvard has shown that these motives are universal and independent of culture.

 

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