'O wad some Pow'r the giftie gie us, to see oursels as others see us!It wad frae mony a blunder free us, and foolish notion'('Oh what a gift it would be, to see ourselves as others see us!It would liberate us from many mistakes, and foolish views') — Robert Burns
PART II looks at the implications of your Universal Hierarchy of Motivation profile in terms of your Mental Profile which are described by the ’rooms’ of your ‘House’. Your Mental Profile usually indicate what you tend to focus on when interacting with the world because they reflect what you consider important. Your Mental Profile can be considered to underlie motivations and therefore they typically have a deeper and more stable impact on your thoughts, feelings and actions than motivations.
While this feedback in PART II is quite comprehensive for your specific profile, there is a limit to what can be provided in an online questionnaire and report. More individual advice including:
From a human biological perspective:
In terms of genetic disposition and biological temperaments, your results are likely to show you emphasise one or two of the four distinct temperaments which have been universally observed across different cultures and populations (a more practical, sympathetic, analytical or creative temperament)).
The Rooms' Profile described in this Part is the vertical cross-section of The Universal Hierarchy of Motivation in the direction of the arrows (shown left going down).