Parasols are described to be in the “darker side” of the creative psyche.
Creators of this type usually have repressed ideas, thoughts, instincts and are often described to be wild and chaotic. Parasols may do things that are unacceptable not only to the society but also to their own personal morals and values.
They’re mysterious and courageous but they tend to be very secretive.
Creators of this type value working independently and they believe that giving someone the space to be self-reliant and independent is giving their mind a chance to go to wondrous places. Parasol’s creativity thrives in isolation and they often work best by focusing on one single subject at a time.
Why We Love
Parasols are aware of their creative and destructive sides. Their repressed ideas await a specific trigger or stimulus for it to be expressed, or it may be forever hidden.
Most of the time, working with other people gets in the way of their idea generation process. Parasols are the type of creators who will most likely take on something and run with it because they are comfortable at managing themselves.
People of this type appreciate the freedom to create without interference. Parasols are likely to achieve something unexpectedly once they have fully expressed their repressed ideas.
How To Become
The Best Parasol
Parasol creators are often depicted as the “shadow” for having repressed tendencies. However, this trait can be an advantage towards them as they can protect themselves from any harmful criticism and rejection the society throws towards them. Once a Parasol embraces this part of themselves, this will be a life-changing attribute that will help them with creativity as it will boost their sense of self and distinctness.
To become the best Parasol, creators of this type must practice mindfulness in order to be aware of their mental state and environment. Doing this might help them stay on track and have an increased focus, allowing them to work at their own pace.