Lions are aggressive, predictable and dependable. Others always know where they stand with a lion, and their confidence and leadership abilities make them successful CEOs, company presidents, judges or lion tamers.
The Four Animals Personality Assessment Model by Gary Smalley categorizes personality types into 4 categories (animals): the lion, otter, beaver and golden retriever. The lion, described as powerful and a driver, is what I was immediately categorized as, with the otter, described as popular and expressive second.
Here's the Kind of Animal You'd Be, Based on Your Myers-Briggs® Personality Type
- ENFP – The Dolphin. ...
- ENTP – The Chimpanzee. ...
- INFP – The Asian Elephant. ...
- INTP – The Green Anole Lizard. ...
- ENFJ – The Arabian Horse. ...
- ENTJ – The Cheetah. ...
- INFJ – The Humpback Whale. ...
- INTJ – The Octopus.
INTP: Owl. An owl is the perfect spirit animal for an INTP. They are analytical, wise and philisophical.
- Protective. You don't have to watch very many Discovery Channel shows about lions to see how protective they are - of territory, themselves, their young, and so forth. ...
- Brave. ...
- Willing to fight. ...
- Hunters. ...
- Group members (part of a pride) +
- Loners in the big scheme of things.
They are courageous to stand for what they believe. They are brave to go a different direction when everyone else is going another way. They are willing to face their adversaries and challenges even if they are scared. They do not run away.
The lion is a very diverse symbol. Its most common traits are: majesty, strength, courage, justice, and military might.
INFP: Slow Loris
The INFP personality type is known for having a quirky sense of humor, an unyielding internal compass, and an active imagination. On top of that, INFPs are incredibly loyal and caring toward everyone they let into their lives, making them essentially a Slow Loris in human form.
Determined, Confident, Trustworthy, Frank
Tiger personality is strong-willed. Once they make up their minds, they will not change it easily. They will never regret what they have said. They are born with stateliness and confidence, so they always impress people with an image of power and authority.
Sloths are incredibly slow and solitary animals. They only gather in groups when they are going to mate. Sloths prefer swinging and hanging from a branch alone, perhaps meditating on the meaning of life and the universe happy in their own company. Sloths, of course, are also known for being extremely slow.
INFJ is the rarest personality type across the population, occurring in just 2% of the population. It is also the rarest personality type among men. INFJ stands for Introversion, Intuition, Feeling, and Judging. This unique combination is hard to find in most people.
Deeply Intuitive, Mediators (INFP) (87%) have a natural ability to bond with animals. They may even prefer the company of animals to that of other people.
ISTP- Cat. ISTPs and cats are similar in the sense that they are both analytical and introverted (when they want to be). They need their space and alone time to think and ponder the many complexities of their surrounding world. They like to understand how things work and are very curious.
They are loyal and expect loyalty from others -- think of them as the living embodiment of a "team player."
The peacock comes to the ENFP when it is time to really explore themselves and learn to be confident in who they are and what they believe in. The peacock is a message of self-love and taking time to care for their own needs and inner desires.
Wolves are complex, highly intelligent animals who are caring, playful, and above all devoted to family. Only a select few other species exhibit these traits so clearly. Just like elephants, gorillas and dolphins, wolves educate their young, take care of their injured and live in family groups.
Panther: Those with the panther personality are born leaders. They are visionaries. They look at the big picture, are focused and decisive. They quickly make decisions and do not want a lot of information to confuse that.
Foxes are solitary and stick to themselves. They tend to avoid other animals and most people. A fox's personality is shy and timid. They will usually only get aggressive during the mating season when the males are fighting over the females.
(D) THE EAGLE
Characteristics: Domineering, strong-willed, independent, vocal, competitive and shrewd. How to motivate an eagle: Recognise their successes, offer them variation and give them the status they crave. Be firm and direct in your handling.
Narwhals are sociable and open - real extroverts. They value friendship, and loneliness oppresses and suppresses them. The Narwhal is often not attached to the habitat, what matters most for them is their soulmate.
Bears are beautiful, sentient beings who are extremely large in personality, polite, and even empathetic. They also have a keen sense of community, and are not as solo and independent as people have suggested they are. They are peaceful, thoughtful, emotionally intelligent animals who truly love their kids.
Penguin Characteristics: Witty • Meticulous • Intelligent • Dual-natured • Inscrutable • Self-conscious. Scientific Name: Aptenodytes patagonica. Collective Term: A colony of penguins.
Another kingly quality is wisdom, and lions are also thought of as being extremely wise creatures. This is reinforced by their stern, serious faces that always look as though they are deep in thought, with no time for trivial matters. As strong as they are, lions' true power lies in cooperation.
They are creative and influential forces and have the internal power to make positive (or negative) changes in their lives and the lives of others around them. Leos are very loyal people, and will defend friend and family honor to the death.
From Persia to Rome, the lion was a symbol of the sun god Mithra, whilst the Etruscan lion with wings stands at the entrance of the Temple Mountain at Troy. In Islam, Muhammad's son-in-law and cousin was known as the Lion of God, whilst a lion-headed angel is one of four beings that supports Allah's throne.