Message from the Seer:
The Words of the Seer:
The age-old diversity between the perspectives of Dreamers and Stalkers continues to be viewed as a challenge rather than utilized for its benefits. The misperception that the emotional intelligence of Dreamers (found in approximately 80–90% of the population) is somehow less than the cerebral intelligence of Stalkers, causes distress and rebellion to many in all age groups, resulting in the loss of potential and creating feelings of inferiority. Their strong suit of mastering their inner space goes untapped and underappreciated.
Stalkers on the other hand have traditionally also felt the sting of harsh judgment from others. They have felt misunderstood and judged for being mechanical and unfeeling in their quest for discipline and order. Their actions are guided by duty, whereas the emotionally driven actions of Dreamers are guided by fluidly changing spontaneous feelings — something that frustrates the Stalker’s ability to plan and confuses their obsessive need to understand. Both ways of responding to the world are often found in family groups because these traits aren’t the result of social learning, but are innate.
These stressful times require the cooperation of families and friends. Favoring only those who have similar traits as ourselves, deprives us of the gifts these diverse viewpoints bring. Dreamers access the unknown non cognitively; they delve into places that are out of reach of the mind. If the Stalkers set aside the arrogance of their intelligence and interpret with awareness what the Dreamer’s words and actions are indicating, they will fulfill their part in the eternal pas de deux of turning the unknown into the known through experience— the destiny of life on Earth.
The organization and interpretative skills of the Stalker should be viewed by the Dreamers as a blessing to help make sense of the flood of feelings that even they themselves do not understand. Instead of viewing the Stalker as cold and mechanical, see him or her for what a Stalker is: the Stradivarius in the symphony of life; a highly organized mind that hides the deep and exquisite feelings of a heart that opens to those they trust.
When a Dreamer doesn’t do the self-work to purify their feelings (by balancing the inner subpersonalities), the feelings of neediness and fear drive their decisions. When a Stalker doesn’t do the self-work to discipline the mind, they become reactionary and scattered which causes them to under-achieve.
Tina: Is it correct to deduce then that Dreamers are underestimated and Stalkers are overestimated?
The Seer: Exactly
Of Importance: Living From The Heart