Divining the reasons behind our actions is a very natural desire To this end, there are many tests that classify basic personality types, test one suitability for a job, or test for some particular traits. All these tests are called psychometric and are based on research in the field of occupational psychology, which is meant to give these tests credibility.
When we deal with people, we want to know as much about them as possible so that we can avoid unpleasant surprises. Similarly, we want to know about our own true nature, so that we canfocus on our strengths and manage our weaknesses. Since time immemorial, philosophers and psychologists have attempted to understand human nature with these very goals. One of the oldest methods is found inIndian philosophy, based on Samkhya. The Samkhya system provides an interesting and novelapproach to the prediction of our actions. The RST Personality Quotient test is based on the Samkhya philosophy of Triguna.
An 18 Step Guide for Self-Awareness DISCOVER ARJUNA. UNRAVEL THE REAL HERO IN YOU. Since time immemorial, Arjuna has come to embody strength, courage and valour. Legend has it that the great warrior from the epic tale....BUY NOW
Satish Modh is currently Director of VES Institute of Management Studies and Research (VESIM) in Mumbai, India. He holds a Doctorate (Ph.D.) in Management Studies from JBIMS, University of Mumbai...VIEW MORE
The triguna composition is derived from the answers of the Triguna Energy Quotient Questionnaire. There are 30 questions divided into Part A, Part B and Part C. The Triguna Energy composition is determined on the basis of your answers...PROCEED
There is no fee for giving the Triguna Energy Quotient (TEQ) test and knowing your scores of rajas, sattva and tamas which will range from zero to one hundred. However, there is a...PROCEED
Gita in 90 Minutes - The eternal knowledge and precise expressions used in the Gita ought to be examined in the present context and interpreted through a framework that benefits all. The theory of “Guna” presented in the Gita provides such a framework...PROCEED