If mystique is your primary trigger, you’re intriguing. Very. You make people curious to learn more because you reveal personal information carefully, if at all. People want to find out what makes you tick.
Mystique sparks an intense desire to know more, hinting at possibilities without putting it all on the table. By activating this trigger, you entice people to seek out more about your message.
Topics with mystique become discussed and debated, as people work to gather more information: from suspense thrillers, to stock market predictions, to the origin of the Universe. And you, my friend, are no exception.
On the downside, because you reveal so little, people might have trouble knowing what you’re thinking and feeling, which can come across as cold. You might benefit from sharing your ideas more openly, and giving people more ways to engage with you. Just be sure to avoid sneakiness or mind games.
Curious about your natural ability to make others curious? Mystique is delicate balance to be sure, but once achieved, you’re nothing short of mesmerizing.
“Either there is a God, or there isn’t. Both possibilities are frightening. If there is a God, we better find out who He is and find out what He wants and do what He says. If there is no God, we’re in trouble- we’re hurdling through space around the Sun right now at 66,000 miles an hour, and nobody’s in charge of it.”—
I know there is a God and I knew He wouldn’t have just dumped us here to flounder about with no direction. He was quite specific. “You will seek Me and find Me when you seek Me with all of your heart”. Jeremiah 29:13