harp mind. Sharp tongue. Mind as weapon. Quick thinking. Fast talking. Restless mind. Violent messages. Forceful communication. An active mind. Assertive communication. Asserting your thoughts. Speaking up for yourself. Speaking out for what you want. Cutting or sharp language. Words that hurt. Attacking with words. Language of war. Fighting words. Needing constant mental stimulus. Getting bored easily. Needing new ideas to conquer and new thoughts to play with. Fighting with your siblings. Competing with your siblings. Competing to see who’s smarter. Seeing conversation as a competition. Trying to one-up everyone in conversation. Wanting to have the best grades. Wanting to be the first to think of something. Being the first to think of something. Coming up with new ideas.
Pushy communication. Neanderthal mentality. Masculine mind. Fleet feet. Pickpockets. Hand tricks. Words that kill. Aggressive, coarse or rude language. Abrasive way of communicating. Hostile words. The competitive mind. Using words as weapons. Sibling struggles. Putting energy into communication. The overworked mind. Tormented thoughts. Hyperactive. Over-stimulated nervous system. Writing angry letters. Vocalizing anger and rage. War cries. Quick retorts and rebuttals. The ability to think on your feet. Adroitness. Competitive games and puzzles. Needing to win at games. Sleight of hand. Tricksters. Thieves. Hunting for information. Exerting energy in pursuit of facts, knowledge and information. Breaking new ground in thought. Finding new ways to communicate information. Finding new information to communicate. Aggressive pursuit of information.
Dangerous information. Dangerous opinions. Waging war with words and information. Words that incite anger. A communication style that attracts enemies. Having an aggressive communication style. Not backing down from your opinion. Needing to win the argument. Having force behind your words. The ability to think for yourself. Expressing your opinion no matter who it offends. Willingness to fight for your opinion. Inciting people to think for themselves. The independent mind. Having your own thoughts. Making up your own mind. Needing to draw your own conclusions. Making your thoughts known. Thought provoking. Controversial. Contentious. Mean. Getting to the point. Straight-shooters. Cutting through the crap. Telling it like it is.
Talking about adversaries and enemies. Words in action. Finding ways to put your words into action. Having the courage to say what you think. Being brave enough to stand behind your words. Getting into hot water. Adding fodder to the fire. Cuts and scrapes on your hands. Using animated gestures when talking. Liking to do things with your hands. Liking the way your hands and fingers feel while typing and writing. Getting hot under the collar during debates and arguments. Heated discussions. Heated arguments. The courage to verbally confront someone. Aggressive media. Media campaigns.
- Linking & Connecting Information
- Speech & Hearing
- Traveling (even between worlds)
- Language & Symbols