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This is a discussion on Guide to becoming awesome: MBTI Edition within the Articles forums, part of the Announcements category; So I just stumble on this post. After 2 days reading the long posts made by OP (I dont pay ...

  1. #121

    So I just stumble on this post. After 2 days reading the long posts made by OP (I dont pay attention how you guys call it Thread Starter or Original Poster here), I still dont understand what's that all about. Maybe someone can tell me what's the point in that long post, written in systematically list. Sorry for my small lazy brain.
    I only get it that we have 5 sub-type based on our cognitive stacks being rearranged in some ways.

  2. #122

    Quote Originally Posted by nordic28 View Post
    So I just stumble on this post. After 2 days reading the long posts made by OP (I dont pay attention how you guys call it Thread Starter or Original Poster here), I still dont understand what's that all about. Maybe someone can tell me what's the point in that long post, written in systematically list. Sorry for my small lazy brain.
    I only get it that we have 5 sub-type based on our cognitive stacks being rearranged in some ways.
    OP/Thread starter is essentially talking about how to convert between MBTI and Socionics and some common pitfalls. From my understanding, not many people follow Socionics anymore, so I'd say this thread is mostly for people to just talk MBTI and miscellaneous topics. :p

  3. #123

    There could have been more clear and condensed explanations.
    It's cringing having to see an ISTP contemplating too much on INTJ.
    Talk about obsessive.
    Psychology can't be proven to be more accurate because it is qualitative and not quantitative.
    But psychology can be more plausible than the other.
    I think it's shameful that since this person knows 16Personalities and they have failed to mention Assertive and Turbulence.
    As a member of 16Personalities, I state that there should have been description on Assertive and Turbulence.
    16Personalities explains more clearly.
    The Ne Ni SE Si etc business is completely scattered and does not make sense to teach those who want to learn about MBTI.
    It would be more clear to use actual words that present each dichotomy.
    Socionics does not make sense whatsoever. I have no trust in that psychology.
    It's just waffle and babble throughout the whole article.
    Last edited by RK Respected Member; 07-07-2019 at 09:02 AM.

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  5. #124

    Jeez, how far are people ready to go to try and change themselves when you actually can't do anything else than be yourself?

  6. #125

    ^ - Learning more about yourself doesn't mean wanting to change yourself. Sure, some people want to be special, but that's not what the MBTI is about. MBTI says that type has a unique role in society and what that role is up to the individual. That's the goal and message of the MBTI, but people of course misuse it to further negative stereotyping. People who do so should be discredited, shunned then ignored and rightfully so.

  7. #126

    Do you wanna know how to know anyone's cognitive weaknesses and how to get better at yours?
    First you should understand that in neurology the brain always counterweights cognitive abilities.
    Second, we all use all 8 cognitive functions
    Third, The first two functions of the shadow (Nemesis and Critic) can be used as much powerful as the primary Hero and secondary Parent functions.
    Fourth, the conscious Inferior fourth function aspires to the subconscious part of the mind through positivity while the 8th function (Demon) descends into the superego persona. There are four sides to the mind in each type.
    For example, my type: INTJ
    Ni (The future is more determinable than the past is rememberable)
    Te (Types with this have to literally think out loud to think better)
    Fi (Get out with your collective unconscious morals which are corrupted by authorities)
    Se it is called "Inferior", but it is magic-> aspiring to the subconscious by inverting preference from top to bottom -> Se Fi Te Ni (ESFP) (thus why I look like the blondie in the picture, many doubt it)

    Ne (The shadow of INTJs naturally is ENTP) (thus why INTPs get often mistyped as INTJs because of the strong use of Ne and Ti of INTJs and the strong use of Te and Ni on INTPs, although their shadows are ENTJs instead)
    Ti (On the shadow, but still very strong to support Te)
    Fe (The 7th function is known as the cognitive Blindspot, this is where other people's feelings and dealing with them is something alien to me because the way I work with feelings and emotions is very deep and therefore has to be very private so I don't understand how people do this)
    Si -> If gripped at the Demon function one inverts the shadow from top to bottom into the very negative superego -> Si Fe Ti Ne (ISFJ) Don't come with Rules, Tradition, the memories of my past, at all, thank you. This is how cognitive functions goes (there are those who get gripped by logic reasoning and intuit theory, therefore their strengths are mostly on sociability and artistic expression)

    The same logic goes for all types, as anyone uses each cognitive function at different varying rates of levels. It is never constant static, but there is certainly a tendency of preference towards a certain configuration, and 8 cognitive functions gives us 16 types. If we mapped 16 cognitive functions we certainly would get a lot more types, but the differences would be way more subtle than MBTI already abstracts. (For those who doubt MBTI's science for being "labeling")
    Last edited by Sugarpot; 08-18-2019 at 03:27 AM.


     
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