Warrior's, Settlers and Nomads.

The human race in it's current re​cognisable form has excisted for the last 100,000 years or so, and according to recent statistics there are approximately 6 billion people on the planet, give or take a few thousand. Which means our own inherited DNA has survived many generations and been influenced by all of our ancestors, which has culminated in making you the unique individual that you are.

It's also interesting to note that people who are in relationships, or pehaps seeking new ones, often cite a persons 'baggage'; as getting in the way of a relationship and being 'the problem'. Or pehaps we enter into a new relationship and being pleased that someone has no previous baggage. But if you take just a moment to consider the enormity of all of our previous ancestors experiences carried in our DNA, then you can see that we all come with some inherant baggage, which shapes the people that we are.
  • Do you feel misunderstood?

  • Are you having difficulty understanding someone elses behaviour? 

  • Do you feel that you don't quite fit, but not sure why?

  • Did you feel that you were brought up in the 'wrong' family?

Let's take a look at some basic personality types and see what helps and what hinders them? This is just a breif overview of some of the recognisable traits, obviously their will be subtle differences, and for a more indepth look, then I can cover that for you during a session.


A Warrior personality is concerned with issues of control and getting their own way. It is the part of us that might get really angry if we get a parking ticket, or get cross if someone won't do what what we want them to do. There is often little tolerence or patience here. The Warrior is often guarded and watchful for threat of any sort and will seek to gain control of, or advantage over, anybody with whom they are involved. This charature doesn't come across very well, but as with all things there are positives and negatives to. Lets get the negatives out of the way first: suspicious, dictatorial, manipulative, can't easily admit mistakes.
Positives: practical, tenacious, self-sufficient, quick thinker, often personable.


The Settler is the part that likes to be liked and accepted as part of a crowd or group. They like to be seen as caring and conscientious, reliable and trustworthy supportive, tollerent and nice. It is the part that want to help others and will get upset if others seem not to notice or care. The part of us that feels sentiment and deep seated emotion. With a high moral code, with a strong belief that you should always see the best in people, and not take advantage of their weakness. Their negatives are: depressive, indecisive, underconfident, prone to mood swings. But the postives are: caring, cheerful, pleasant,talkative and tolerant, and like people.


The nomad is interested in having fun and looking good. There must always be something going on, good ar bad as long as long as it's exciting, the part of us that neds stimulation. Nomads are pleasure seekers, self-centered, with little interest in moral codes, and dislikes any form of unpleasentness. It is the child part within us, the actor who will adopt whatever stance is required to fit the occassion. The Nomad negatives are: unreliable, childish, boastful, prone to exagerate mild success. And their positives are: fun-loving,enthusiastic,outgoing,inspiring, and optomistic.

This is just a brief snap-shot of some of the traits, each one breaks down much further into various sub-types, the knowing of which can really help and give an insight into why we feel, think or behave in the way we do. If you would like to know more, then please call me and we can arrange an appointment.


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