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An Expression of feelings towards each other always brings a response of acceptance, trust and the desire of a closer Relationship.

  • Music
  • Words
  • Voice
  • Gesture


Positive two-way communication is essential to build and maintain any is important to identify one’s communication patterns early on for successful relationship.

There are five major communication pattern found during the survey:

  1. Cognitive    
  2. Affective
  3. Reflective
  4. Critical
  5. Integrative


Understanding is backbone of strong Relationship. Until you understand a person thoroughly no relationship can survive. Relationship is slow and steady process and to make it stronger it takes more time, patience and understanding.

SQ-Spiritual Quotient

Spiritual Quotient plays crucial role in the making of an individual. SQ is beyond IQ, EQ, AQ, CQ.

Finer is Stronger

We think muscles are powerful because with them we can lift heavy weights, but come to think of it, they are not because it is the tiny thread like structure called neurons that give power to muscles. The moment we disconnect the neurons actually bring the power from something still finer thoughts and perhaps, something more fine. So, the greatest power lies in fine and not in coarse.  SQ is that finer thing.

16 Personality Factors

Our underlying personality is there all the time, but the way we see it is affected by our intelligence, and by our upbringing and education, which may have taught us either to emphasis or suppress aspects of our personality. However, if you can understand what your personality is, you can then make better use of the strengths it gives you, and make allowances for the resultant weaknesses. Because personality is relatively unchanging through adult life, this understanding will be of long-term value to you. Brain Secrets decodes one’s personality in 16 different personality factors:

  1. Warmth
  2. Reasoning
  3. Emotional Stability
  4. Dominance
  5. Liveliness
  6. Rules-consciousness
  7. Social Boldness
  8. Sensitivity
  9. Vigilance
  10. Abstractedness
  11. Privateness
  12. Apprehension
  13. Openness to change
  14. Self-Reliance
  15. Perfectionism
  16. Tension