King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine Test | Final Test - Easy

Robert L. Moore
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. How does the Lover experience the world?
(a) Through his external and internal senses.
(b) From a distance.
(c) Through problems he makes for himself.
(d) Through books, TV, and movies.

2. Why does the Lover need the Magician?
(a) To entertain him.
(b) To heal him.
(c) To teach him.
(d) To gain an objective perspective.

3. When does the Impotent Lover emerge?
(a) When the Lover loses his need for connection.
(b) When the Lover is emotionally injured.
(c) When the Lover is tired.
(d) When the Addict is away.

4. What profession does the Tyrant gravitate towards?
(a) Lawyer.
(b) Child care.
(c) Crime boss.
(d) Financial advisor.

5. Why does the Lover need the Warrior?
(a) To act decisively.
(b) To sabotage the King.
(c) The Lover does not need the Warrior.
(d) To fight for him.

6. What defines the emotional condition of the Impotent Lover?
(a) Fear.
(b) Depression.
(c) Anger.
(d) Excitement.

7. The King is considered more _______ than the other archetypes.
(a) Likable.
(b) Formidable.
(c) Realistic.
(d) Godlike.

8. What role does the Addict play in the Lover?
(a) He is his inspiration.
(b) He is his ego.
(c) He is a shadow side.
(d) He is his conscience.

9. What two worlds does the King tie?
(a) Good and evil.
(b) The physical and the divine.
(c) Men and women.
(d) The poor and the rich.

10. The Addict is overly sensitive to ______.
(a) Stimuli.
(b) The weather.
(c) Fear.
(d) Criticism.

11. What role does the Tyrant play in the King?
(a) He is a conscience.
(b) He is a brother.
(c) He is a shadow side.
(d) He is a friend.

12. Why does the Masochist allow himself to be a victim?
(a) Because he's passive.
(b) Because he is bored.
(c) Because he feels powerless.
(d) Because he is angry.

13. What conflict do men face, according to "The King and Warrior" chapter?
(a) A conflict between a desire for wealth and a desire to be good.
(b) A conflict between their true nature and the tendencies towards their shadow personalities.
(c) A conflict between themselves and women.
(d) A conflict between their parents desires for him.

14. What role does the Manipulator play in the Magician?
(a) He is his ego.
(b) He is his imagination.
(c) He is a shadow side.
(d) He is his conscience.

15. What does the Tyrant hate?
(a) Ignorant people.
(b) Powerful leaders.
(c) Beauty, innocence and talent.
(d) The King.

Short Answer Questions

1. Whom do the Magician and Lover's shadow sides damage?

2. How does the Warrior's alertness aid him?

3. In a crisis, what does the Manipulator do with useful information?

4. The King's rage is a response to what?

5. The people suffer if the King is ____.

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