THIS IS QUITE A CHALLENGE...
A space station in spin will make artificial gravity, this is the way we can live in space according to sci-fi. (e.g. So you can walk on the inside of the circle of the circular spinning ship and have artificial gravity)
But now think relativity:
You can also think...
Lets talk about superretarded ISFPs/ESFPs (even though good ones exist).
I mean those ISFPs/ESFPs gone bad, the evil hateful ones. The ones with an evil cluster B personality disorder (histrionic, borderline, narcissistic, etc).
Think strippers, whores, and other low class trailer park scum...
I challenge you guys: What meme/thought/concept cannot be stored in an Entity-Attribute-Value (EAV) database?
Entity-Attribute-Value(EAV) storage model: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Entity%E2%80%93attribute%E2%80%93value_model
I am trying to type a person. I am sure this person is ExFJ (e.g. an Fe-dom), yet I cant decide if its ENFJ or ESFJ.
The person I am trying to type can talk a bit about abstract/big-picture ideas and can also talk a bit about details/facts/small-picture ideas.
How would you guys decide if...
I have some major intellectual projects I want to finish in my life. They need immense focus and lots of time.
I'm ENTP (NeTi) and I already have trouble finishing, but with discipline I can.
The problem is that lust-for-the-female seems to destroy my discipline... Am I weak minded?
Scientology's e-meter auditing was a pretty smart trick: You tell a person their most personal flaws (or strengths) and touch them on their core with this stuff, as if you have done something so magical nobody has ever done to them, and then you promise them you can improve them on that...
I think slavery is wrong from a subject perspective, dont get me wrong, yet I can't conclude why if I rationally try?? So I am just devil's advocate here:
We keep livestock as cattle. Animals do work for us and we literally eat them. Because we farm animals we have more free time to do...
In Freudian psychology:
The pleasure principle is the psychoanalytic concept describing people seeking pleasure and avoiding suffering (pain) in order to satisfy their biological and psychological needs
The reality principle is the psychoanalytic concept describing circumstantial reality...
VI: Visual Identification
I know there is a branch of Socionics that say they can type people by visual interpretation.
It would be so awesome to be able to do that. If you say it correctly to strangers, then you will shock the shit out of them! Can you imagine?
What are the best books...
I bought and read Jung's "The Red Book" and I'm quite impressed by it.
I'm going to try to do active imagination as Jung did it.
According to the theory the unconsious is always on as background...
The definition of J vs P:
They say the Ps are more perceptive (more open to wait for more data from perception instead of deciding now) and the Js more decisive (less open to wait for more data from perception).
So it would be logical that Js have a judgement function first and Ps have a...
Te is answers to HOW questions (applicable solutions)
Ti is answers to WHY questions (philosophical maps)
Us INTPs and ENTPs (me) use Ti a lot.
To me it feels as if Ti makes me sleepy. Is Ti a sleepy function? Does it work best in a kind of sleepy state? Does it have a slow rhythm as well...
Can you guys help me type someone?
I know someone, who is very people oriented (F), does not like to think or do logic (no T), and lives totally in the moment (never considers past or future) and reaps all benefits of the moment immediately (Se).
He is extremely wasteful ( not Si)
Irrational/perception = without choice, Rational/judgement = choice
Perception is without choice: If I show you the color red, you can't help but perceive it. It is not a matter of choice.
Perception functions (Se, Si, Ne, Ni) are not influenceable by you...
In search of the dominant Jungian functions of Narcissists (NPD), Psychopaths/Anti-Socials (ASPD), Borderliners (BPD) and Histrionics (HPD)
These cluster B personality disorders are a type-gone-wrong.
I would like to find the dominant functions of these types-gone-wrong.
My best guess...
WOW! I have "discovered" the Jungian Tree of Life! It is the graph of how the 8 Jungian functions are connected according to MBTI's table of function ordering.
It looks a bit similar to the Kaballah's Tree of Life.
(See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sephirot )
The logic behind the graph...
This would be the full judgement spectrum:
And this would be the partial judgement spectrum of MBTI:
In MBTI the Te&Fi combo and the Ti&Fe combo are linked in the first 4 functions (see table):
- The more Te, the less Fi, and vice versa.
- The more Ti, the less Fe, and vice versa...
ADD-ers constantly avoid the wrong task, This is strong Ti at work.
Thoughts are task. ADD-ers constantly avoid the wrong line-of-thought, that's why they switch line-of-thought all the time, that's why they procrastinate etc... To explain it in a bad way: They pretty much do something only to...
I can see the same human MBTI types in other mammals. I guess you all agree with that.
However, I dont see it in non-mammals, like reptiles. The entire F-function seems to be missing in reptiles. Reptiles seem indifferent selfish thinkers to me. They seem to have a T-function, but no...
Te pursues the pleasure of task completion
> Te manifests/finishes/single-tasks
Ti avoids the pain of the wrong task.
> Ti procrastinates/complicates/philosophizes/switches-tasks/multi-tasks
I think all xxxP types have more Ti, thats why they seem to keep on perceiving instead of deciding...
I have observed the following in real life:
A- some people only see what is there to win (blind for losses), e.g. the opportunistic/gambling type
B - some people only see what is there to lose (blind for winnings), e.g. the over-safe type.
C - and some probably also see both A & B in equal...
Se perception focuses on what there (ALREADY) IS to WIN
Ne perception focuses on what there MIGHT BE to WIN
Ni perception focuses on what there MIGHT BE to LOSE
Si perception focuses on what there (ALREADY) IS to LOSE
There is a scale of narcissism in personality from lack of narcissism to healthy narcissism to extreme narcissism (NPD).
I know quite a few extreme NPD-ers and I have typed them all as ENTJ up to now. I think ENTJ is quite prone to narcissism.
Of course introverts can be narcissitic as well...
“What is dissociative identity disorder?
Dissociative identity disorder (DID) is a mental illness that involves the sufferer experiencing at least two clear identities or personality states, also called alters, each of which has a fairly consistent way of viewing and relating to the world. Some...
killing - not absolutely wrong, because killing a bastard makes you a hero
lying - not absolutely wrong, because it might save your life
cannibalism of an already dead friend - not absolutely wrong, because he's dead already and it's a waste of meat
come with something better that...
What is the logic behind alternating extraversion/introversion in function ordering of MBTI types?
For example, INTP:
Dominant: Introverted Thinking
Auxiliary: Extraverted Intuition
Tertiary: Introverted Sensing
Inferior: Extraverted Feeling
Question 1: What is the source? What is the first...
I (male 31) had a date yesterday with a pretty hot 22-year old girl. She is a Feeler and kind of histrionic/theatrical, not just in the way she acts, but also even in the way she dresses (provocative).
After arriving with her in a restaurant and saying my name for the reservation: I asked the...
I have a hunch that 8 of the 10 sephirots can map to Te/Ti/Fe/Fi/Se/Si/Ne/Ni. Anybody here with Kaballah knowledge that likes to discuss that?
example: binah / chockmah pair = thinking (introverted and extraverted opposites of thinking), etc...?
Do you guys think it is possible to overcome your type?
Is it possible to develop all functions equally in perfect balance (so you will have no primary function and no inferior function)?
For each situation a certain type would be most beneficial / have the best tactical advantage.
There are 2 opposite ways of thinking:
- How to finish the task? > Creates sub-tasks (builds a task tree structure)
- Why to finish the task? > Looks for the super-task (destroys a task tree structure / goes back to root)
Both are thinkers, both are not really concerned with Feeling...
Since the Enneagram personality theory has an uneven number of types (9 types), I came to the idea that one of the types of the Enneagram (probably the middle one) would be an all-round/balanced type? The one that is missing from MBTI?
Although this is just an <intuitive> hunch.. I am not...
Feeling (F) = empathy = thinking about OTHERS.
- Introverts (I) & Extraverts (E) think about OTHERS, both in their own special way.
- The Ambivert is a non-introvert & non-extravert, basically indifferent to OTHERS.
I suggest the Ambivert is the pure Thinker (T) of MBTI
I suggest T makes...
MY PROPOSAL FOR A PAIN AND PLEASURE MODEL:
judging = pursue the pleasure of task/thought completion
- effect: single-tasking of thoughts (shuts down options and enforces will over enviroment) = focus/long-attention-span/internal-how-questions
perceiving = avoid the pain of wrong...