Divri the Idealist - Organic King of Tristan
Energy Center: Heart/Emotions
Subconscious Fear/Illusion: I am not lovable
Core Belief: Something really important is missing, which must be regained
Core Desire: To be unique
Focus of Attention: What is missing
Trap: Obtaining special love will make me whole
Growth Edge: Gratitude for what is available in the present, recognize that feelings are not the only reality, appreciate the ordinary, be consistent in action despite fluctuating and intense feelings, appreciate connection in similarities with others
Virtue: Equanimity/Emotional Balance
I fear being abandoned or being seen as ordinary
Seeing Type In Visual Language
Tristan - The enchanted forest of organics
Like hidden roots, F.A.C.E. 4’s often shy away from others and are called “avoidant” types. Like twisted roots, they engage in complex thought and emotions. Like the deep root, they are deep thinkers that nourish self and others with introspective points of view. Like the apples from a tree, Idealists bring to the surface rich fruit (ideas/insight) of thought and imagination from the deep well (roots) of intuition and feeling.
The land of Tristan is a lush kingdom with manicured gardens and tree-top living spaces that make this world a paradise beyond any other. Its rich natural resources make Tristan coveted by worlds which have been devastated by the rogue planet. Tristan is a land occupied by various organics. The diverse groups are divided into two land masses. To the east are the aristocratic organics ruled by Divri. To the west are the Pomans and the Whahi rebellious factions that have migrated away from Tristan to establish their own kingdoms. They attempt to lure Tristinians into their domain, making slaves of them, and aspiring to overthrow Tristan entirely. Getting to the N-One portal is a dangerous journey. Whahi are awaiting to capture any who seek the portal and take them to the Pomans.
The internal landscape of F.A.C.E. 4 is one of complex terrains. The Whahi desert is a plane of isolation and despair. Here one will feel the prickly sting of rejection and loss. Passing through this terrain, one will arrive at the mirage that is the Poman Paradise. One bite of the Poman fruit will poison one into a trance, making one their slave forever. This fantasy island retreat for the Idealist symbolizes the illusionary deception of the ego and how fantasizing about an idealized self is the ego trance for this type.
Divri is the ruler of Tristan, a world of organic creatures, half-man, half-plant. Divri has many special powers, including the gift of making things grow. In his array of head limbs are magic flutes that play special songs, which stimulate growth for all of his organic subjects. Flowers bloom, fruit blossoms and plant life flourish with each new song. Divri’s roots run deep, allowing him to stay connected with all of his people and feeling the moods of the populous. An emotional leader, Divri has no problem expressing his feelings. He will cry with those who suffer, laugh with those who experience joy, and get angry when injustice hurts the ones he loves. However, Divri struggles with his own self-esteem. When his world is suddenly thrust into darkness, he blames himself. He believes his own soul's darkness has caused this calamity and, as a result, he withdraws from view. Feeling abandoned, his subjects seek another to lead them, which only perpetuates his sense of personal flaws. Divri’s envy manifests full force when he learns of other worlds and rulers in the N-One galaxy. They all seem to have it together except him. His subjects see it, too (so he thinks). Therefore, Divri spends much of his time creating a plan to become the greatest most exceptional leader of all the N-One worlds.