Find Your Inner Goddess

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Goddess Quizzes & Trivia

Take this quiz to find out which Goddess archetype is working through you right now


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    What were you like as a teenager?
    • A. 

      You were very creative and had no problem with attracting boys early on

    • B. 

      You liked to find out how things worked and fix them and took pleasure in developing skills

    • C. 

      You were very close to your mother and may have been easily diverted or lacked confidence

    • D. 

      Having a steady boyfriend was important and the first break-up was heart rending

    • E. 

      You spend a lot of time out doors, may have been 'horse crazy' and often your family complained they didn't know where you were

    • F. 

      You were self-sufficient and on the periphery,keeping yourself to yourself

    • G. 

      You were popular because you went out of your way to make people feel comfortable in the group

  • 2. 
    As a woman you:
    • A. 

      Are maternal first and foremost - nurturing and supportive

    • B. 

      Are recognised by your attractiveness rather than your appearance alone, people find you engaging and charming

    • C. 

      Quiet and unobtrusive, you like solitude and people respect you

    • D. 

      Are able to function on your own with an independent spirit and self-confidence

    • E. 

      Are happiest being in a committed relationship and doing things with your partner

    • F. 

      Go with the flow and are flexible, you look younger than your years and have a youthful/girlish quality that people remark on

    • G. 

      Are practical, uncomplicated, unselfconscious and confident. People rely on you for things

    • H. 

      Feel you have come a long way in your life and now are inner-guided and are no longer worried about what other people think of you

  • 3. 
    Your ideal partner is:
    • A. 

      Successful, powerful, a 'winner' who goes after what they want

    • B. 

      Maybe older than you, someone who can take care of you and protect you

    • C. 

      Someone who will fulfil you, they are competent and practical

    • D. 

      An equal who doesn't dominate you or insist on being the centre of your life and is willing to take a back seat

    • E. 

      Someone who sees themselves as the traditional 'marriage' partner and is good at it

    • F. 

      Exciting, sexy and deep who lives in the here-and-now full of potential and very talented

    • G. 

      A good family person who wants children, is generous, mature and a good partner

    • H. 

      You don't really think about partners in this way any more - you are completely self-guided and their surface qualities don't matter much to you

  • 4. 
    Which of the following best describes you on a 'bad' day?
    • A. 

      You can't say no if someone needs attention or help and will do whatever it takes even at cost to yourself

    • B. 

      You live in the 'here-and-now' and can sometimes make plans that you don't keep because something else comes up

    • C. 

      You sometimes feel taken for granted and don't have your feelings considered

    • D. 

      You are missing close and committed emotional intimacy

    • E. 

      You have a history of suspecting your partner of infidelity and have sometimes been proven right

    • F. 

      You sometimes struggle with indecisiveness and interia

    • G. 

      You sometimes feel cut off from deep feelings and are rarely moved by art or music that expresses intense feelings

    • H. 

      You have a strong intuition which other people sometimes feel is uncanny and they can shun you for

  • 5. 
    What about other women in your life?
    • A. 

      You tend to socialise as a couple and don't have many women friends in your life

    • B. 

      Your female friends tend to have strong personalities than you and look after you

    • C. 

      You have a few very close women friends and you don't engage in gossip, intellectual or political discussions

    • D. 

      You have lots of women friends and are 'sisterly' with a sense of affiliation to other women

    • E. 

      You prefer the company of men and have close male friends

    • F. 

      Other women mistrust you and you have difficulty understanding why

    • G. 

      You make no distinction between men and women friends - they are all people that you respect

  • 6. 
    Others describe you as:
    • A. 

      Having your feet on the ground

    • B. 

      Able to create an atmosphere of warmth and peaceful order

    • C. 

      Sometimes a little 'odd' and 'other worldly'

    • D. 

      Having a warm and engaging personality

    • E. 

      Independent and self-confident

    • F. 

      Someone who has great skill at getting things done without a fuss

    • G. 

      A loyal and committed person that they can count on

    • H. 

      Perceptive - good at seeing things from another's point of view

  • 7. 
    As a little girl you:
    • A. 

      Liked playing with dolls - pretending they were babies

    • B. 

      Were quiet,unassuming and eager to please

    • C. 

      Liked playing house and cooking dinner for 'Daddy'

    • D. 

      Were a book fiend, and could be found reading under the covers with a torch

    • E. 

      Felt strongly about causes and principles and often said 'It's not fair!'

    • F. 

      Were not at all shy - you often gave impromptu performances which charmed everyone

    • G. 

      Would run to your room if you got hurt rather than go to your mother

  • 8. 
    With your children you (or think you would if you don't have any):
    • A. 

      Can let them be themselves as you don't have any great ambitions for them and they don't break away or rebel

    • B. 

      Feel you must provide and be a selfless and bountiful mother and you feel guilty when you can't provide

    • C. 

      Sometimes feel dominated by your children who tell you what to do

    • D. 

      Get into the spirit of play and make-believe with them easily but can be easily distracted away from them if something else becomes important

    • E. 

      Ensure that your partner is included in everything you plan to do with your children so they don't feel left out

    • F. 

      Teach them independence and are ferocious in their defence or are very comfortable with not having children

    • G. 

      Like to teach, inspire and have them excel

  • 9. 
    Your partner has let you down badly and you are upset - do you:
    • A. 

      Become unemotional and walk away removing yourself from the room

    • B. 

      Confront them and argue logically with little emotion, demanding an explanation which you go through point by point

    • C. 

      Withdraw internally and intuitively try to sense what it means and why it happened

    • D. 

      Get angry and shout, suffering with strong emotions of betrayal

    • E. 

      Feel frightened, cry and try to make it better

    • F. 

      You can't imagine a situation where you'd feel your partner has let you down - you wouldn't interpret any behaviour in this way

    • G. 

      Stand your ground and battle to protect yourself by arguing until they give in

    • H. 

      Get angry and shout but then in the next moment laugh and use your charm to get your own way

  • 10. 
    What does marriage mean to you?
    • A. 

      It was the most important day of your life and you love every moment of being married even when your spouse does not live up to your expectations

    • B. 

      It's not an overriding priority. although its a good thing for children

    • C. 

      I enjoy being a home-maker but I don't need a spouse to feel fulfilled

    • D. 

      It was just something that 'happened' I got swept into it

    • E. 

      I've had several marriages with very different spouses

    • F. 

      Is not important to me, although I respect what it can provide

    • G. 

      It's a mutually advantageous partnership which can sometimes almost be like a 'business' arrangement and I don't get jealous

    • H. 

      Settling down has no great attraction but I may end up in an asexual/companionable marriage as best friends

  • 11. 
    The key challenge or them facing you now is:
    • A. 

      You are running out of 'unchartered wilderness' to explore and are feeling an urge towards introversion and turning to 'psychic' realms

    • B. 

      Maintaining a good marriage or dealing with a break-up causing feelings of abandonment and jealousy

    • C. 

      Having a mid-life crisis - finding yourself acting unpredictably for the first time

    • D. 

      Anxiety about fading beauty and attractiveness

    • E. 

      Facing an 'empty nest' and what that will mean

    • F. 

      Not fading into complete insignificance as the years pass

    • G. 

      How to feel fulfilled and satisfied, sharing the wisdom gleaned over the years

  • 12. 
    Generally, how would you say you approach getting what you want in life?
    • A. 

      You are very independent, you set your own goals and play full out to achieve them

    • B. 

      You are very practical and pragmatic - you plan ahead and can be 'political'

    • C. 

      You firmly believe in partnership - getting what you want has generally been done in partnership with another person to whom you are very committed

    • D. 

      You don't really 'want' things as such, but follow your intuition as to what to do next

    • E. 

      You work with others as a team and provide whatever is needed - you are generous to a fault

    • F. 

      You tend to not have strong views on what you want and will follow along with what other people are doing and enjoy that

    • G. 

      You know you have a tendency to get your own way and others remark on your charm and charisma in getting what you want

  • 13. 
    What do you value most?
    • A. 

      Motherhood

    • B. 

      Going with the flow

    • C. 

      Independence

    • D. 

      Hearth and home

    • E. 

      Being in a committed relationship

    • F. 

      Living in the 'here-and-now'

    • G. 

      Intellect and thinking

    • H. 

      Intuition and 'inner knowing'

  • 14. 
    What sort of men do you tend to attract?
    • A. 

      Men who like younger women and who are usually older than you

    • B. 

      Powerful men who can have a 'little boy' aspect

    • C. 

      'Brotherly' men who act as equals or men who compete with you

    • D. 

      Men who see themselves in the traditional 'husband' role

    • E. 

      Men who you feel are really little boys at hears or who turn out to be immature or self-absorbed

    • F. 

      Creative, moody, 'bad boy' types or who occur like 'a pent up volcano'

    • G. 

      You don't really attract any particular 'type' and have spent periods of time on your own

  • 15. 
    How are you about your work?
    • A. 

      If it doesn't involve you emotionally, it holds no interest

    • B. 

      Helping people grow and develop is a satisfaction and underlying motivation for you

    • C. 

      You're not ambitious and don't strive, you don't value power or strategies to get ahead, you prefer the quiet life

    • D. 

      You like a cause, and can be spurred on by competition or a personal vision

    • E. 

      Work is a secondary thing for you - it's 'just something you do' - it's not part of who you are

    • F. 

      You have tended to have a series of jobs rather than a career - you like being given specific assignments that must be done straight away

    • G. 

      You work hard, accept reality as it is and adapt - you want to make something of yourself

    • H. 

      You make no distinction between work and play and feel internally guided to make the right decisions