Christin Myrick Shepherd


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Are there more than seven types?
Probably. The Fearless Soul System is seen through my particular lens from my particular circumstances, but I am completely willing to accept that there are more than these seven. The seven types are based merely on my experiences with others. How exciting to discover more!

Is there anyone the system doesn't work for?
In my work with groups, it seems that it is more difficult to know your true divine purpose during a major transition, such as the death of a loved one, divorce, or a new job. I have noticed that when people’s lives are in upheaval, they have a tendency to mis-type themselves. This isn’t necessarily wrong; it may just mean we rely on other types as a form of survival mask. If you are in transition, I recommend coming back to this work when the transition is complete and see for yourself if your divine purpose type has changed or not.

A second group that has difficulty with this system is people living in a land that is different than their country of origin. If this is the case for you: it helps to recall memories of childhood in your homeland. Using those memories seems to help for discovering both your authentic wildness traits and divine purpose classification.

Another group that this system doesn’t entirely work for those rare humans who have entered eldership. If adolescence is about tending to your own Soul, and adulthood is about tending to the Soul of other, then eldership is about tending to the Soul of the world. There are very few elders in the world anymore: they are precious and rare, and just because someone is aged doesn’t mean that they have reached true eldership. However, when trying to type someone in eldership, I have noticed that they have difficulty picking just one. I believe this goes back to the “expand and include” scenario listed previously. I believe that the types grow into and overlap each other until they become one cohesive purpose and act as an indicator of eldership.

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