An exaggerated way of understanding the four temperaments is to consider four people who see a meteor fall to earth. The Sanguine talks about it animatedly to all present; the Choleric wants to form an expedition to find it and analyze it; the Melancholic ponders what it means and how he feels about it; and the Phlegmatic waits for the others to decide what to do as whatever decision they make is fine by him.
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Return to Intuitive Learning Table of Contents TEACH tæcan “to show, point out,” also “to give instruction,” “to announce”, “to show, point out” “sign, mark or token”, “declare, warn, persuade”;…