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Personal Identity Profile — Instruments to Identify and Analyze your Rays

Personal Identity Profile (PIP)

The Personal Identity Profile (PIP)​, is a psychological inventory designed to help in the process of determining an individual’s ray influences. It is recommended that those who are exploring their own rays, as well as participants in Seven Ray Seminars, take the Personal Identity Profile. Click here to access the PIP.

 

The PIP3.com website is set up to offer instruments to aid individuals in understanding their rays. The four present applications are: PIP III, TARA, Self-Search, and Spectrum Profiler. The PIP III is our newest instrument and is based on over 30 years of study.. There are two reasons for the website. The first is to aid individuals in understanding their rays and the rays of those around them . The second is research.  In order for the Science of the Seven Rays to be a “science” research will be needed.

 

Ray Identification and Analysis Instruments

 

PIP III

The PIP (Personal Identity Profile) is a unique self-assessment tool which is based on the Seven Rays, part of the Ageless Wisdom, and used to help people gain insight into themselves, their purpose and life direction. The current PIP is based on extensive statistical analysis, providing improved accuracy.

Click here to access the PIP.

 

Spectrum Profiler

The Spectrum Profiler (SpecPro) is based on the original PIP. It is a good choice for those unfamiliar with the Ageless Wisdom and/or just wanting to get their feet wet.

Self Search

Self Search is a program for enhancing self-knowledge. It is a character assessment tool with metaphysical implications, (i.e. based on transpersonal psychology). It presents you with 83 multiple-choice questions about your interests, outlook on life, and how you respond in various circumstances.

Tara

The TARA, (Transpersonal Astro-Rayological Analysis), has a series of different modules most of which focus on determining the rays of a particular vehicle.