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This is a discussion on Sakinorva Rheti test within the Enneagram Personality Theory Forum forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; https://sakinorva.net/test/rheti I stumbled upon this test and I'm not sure if it's been posted here before. If it has, I ...

  1. #1
    Type 4w5

    Sakinorva Rheti test

    https://sakinorva.net/test/rheti

    I stumbled upon this test and I'm not sure if it's been posted here before. If it has, I apologize, but otherwise, I'm curious what other peoples' results are and if they're accurate. Just clear your mind and forget all you know about the types since it can create bias and mar the results

    I came out as a 4w5 which is accurate, then with a tritype of 4-5-9
    but what really threw me off was the MBTI I received... INTP. I'm an INFJ so it was a little surprising lmao. I can imagine why I received that result since a lot of INFJs are more Pish than MBTI tests account for
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  2. #2
    Type 5w4

    Did it give a strength of preferences?
    Quote Originally Posted by Vaka View Post
    I can imagine why I received that result since a lot of INFJs are more Pish than MBTI tests account for
    Though I don't really get this trend where people say they are INxJ even though they get INxP on MBTI tests. The J stands for Judging. If you aren't a Judger you aren't a J I thought.

  3. #3
    Type 4w5

    Quote Originally Posted by Ocean Helm View Post
    Did it give a strength of preferences?

    Though I don't really get this trend where people say they are INxJ even though they get INxP on MBTI tests. The J stands for Judging. If you aren't a Judger you aren't a J I thought.
    It's because of Jungian cognitive functions. INFJs are perceivers first being Ni-Fe-Ti-Se. But also, even if we forget that fact, some people go the route of Jungian functions trumping MBTI functions because the MBTI functions are far more superficial. I'm no doubt an Ni-dom so there's no way I could be an INTP unless I say I'm an INFJ cognitively and an INxP Myers Briggs wise. I know someone who's a definite INTP and she's in all honesty far more orderly than I am in some ways, curiously Jish in really. But she's a Tidom

    but yes, it does give strength of preferences

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  5. #4
    Type 5w4

    Quote Originally Posted by Vaka View Post
    It's because of Jungian cognitive functions. INFJs are perceivers first being Ni-Fe-Ti-Se. But also, even if we forget that fact, some people go the route of Jungian functions trumping MBTI functions because the MBTI functions are far more superficial.
    Jung didn't embrace MBTI and I think it's pretty easy to see why if you read what he had to say about the attitude of the conscious and unconscious, and the transcendent function.

    Both Jung and MBTI though refer to four functions, not eight functions. The MBTI types though are defined by letters which are loosely based on the prevailing type of function that one extraverts (i.e. Je vs. Pe). So even if you're supposed to type by letters the letters you do get aren't directly representing anything about the dominant function in introverts.

    I did read Jung's descriptions in Chapter X of Psychological Types and as an official INTP in MBTI I find myself relating best to the "introverted intuitive". The question I guess is what this should have to do with MBTI. I'd say nothing if I've already figured out my MBTI type separately, because it seems like it's referring to something quite different. And this test I believe is only focused on the MBTI (letters) side so it's just saying you are most likely to have I + N + T + P preferences. It's an Enneagram test after all though, if you really want this MBTI test there's ways to do that but yes it's not going to fit with Jung's concepts and it shouldn't. There's quite the irreconcilable rift between Jung and Myers theoretically.
    I'm no doubt an Ni-dom so there's no way I could be an INTP unless I say I'm an INFJ cognitively and an INxP Myers Briggs wise.
    That both makes sense but also seem confusing. I knew this wasn't going to go anywhere but I made this post a while back (link).
    I know someone who's a definite INTP and she's in all honesty far more orderly than I am in some ways, curiously Jish in really. But she's a Tidom
    This could only really mean that in some ways she's more MBTI J than you, depending on what you mean by INTP/Ti-dom.
    but yes, it does give strength of preferences
    Depending on what those are you can probably read more or less into them. I do find it hard to believe that someone who is strongly P, for instance, would be an INFJ in MBTI. But yeah it all comes down to what "INFJ" means to you. I just find it counter-intuitive how people would use these letters which clearly stand for things (4 "dichotomies") to represent something else. But this sort of just gets into a meta discussion of what a MBTI type code should represent and ultimately it's pretty subjective.

    Interesting to note: the Singer-Loomis Inventory of Personality (SLIP) was used to assess one's match to Jung's psychological types, and correlate it to MBTI, and the IN type ("introverted intuitive") was the most P of all, while the IT type ("introverted thinking") was the most J of all. I wouldn't put huge weight in it but I do think this is consistent with the idea that there is a core problem with saying that IxxP types should be matched with Jungian introverted rational types and IxxJ types matched with Jungian introverted irrational types.

    But anyway if you want to say you are INFJ and use that to mean this "Ni-dom" function stack it shouldn't be surprising when you get P on a lot of things which are based in MBTI letters. But obviously those things aren't directly questioning your Ni-dom status if they're about letters.
    Last edited by Ocean Helm; 02-16-2019 at 12:29 PM.
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  6. #5
    Type 4w5

    Quote Originally Posted by Ocean Helm View Post
    Jung didn't embrace MBTI and I think it's pretty easy to see why if you read what he had to say about the attitude of the conscious and unconscious, and the transcendent function.

    Both Jung and MBTI though refer to four functions, not eight functions. The MBTI types though are defined by letters which are loosely based on the prevailing type of function that one extraverts (i.e. Je vs. Pe). So even if you're supposed to type by letters the letters you do get aren't directly representing anything about the dominant function in introverts.

    I did read Jung's descriptions in Chapter X of Psychological Types and as an official INTP in MBTI I find myself relating best to the "introverted intuitive". The question I guess is what this should have to do with MBTI. I'd say nothing, because it seems like it's referring to something quite different. And the test I believe is actually focused on MBTI so it's just going by the letters and saying you are most likely to have I + N + T + P preferences. It's an Enneagram test after all though, if you really want the MBTI test there's ways to do that but yes it's not going to fit with Jung's concepts and it shouldn't. There's quite the irreconcilable rift between Jung and Myers theoretically.

    That both makes sense but also seem confusing. I knew this wasn't going to go anywhere but I made this post a while back (link).

    This could only really mean that in some ways she's more MBTI J than you, depending on what you mean by INTP/Ti-dom.

    Depending on what those are you can probably read more or less into them. I do find it hard to believe that someone who is strongly P, for instance, would be an INFJ in MBTI. But yeah it all comes down to what "INFJ" means to you. I just find it counter-intuitive how people would use these letters which clearly stand for things (4 "dichotomies") to represent something else. But this sort of just gets into a meta discussion of what a MBTI type code should represent and ultimately it's pretty subjective.

    Interesting to note: the Singer-Loomis Inventory of Personality (SLIP) was used to assess one's match to Jung's psychological types, and correlate it to MBTI, and the IN type ("introverted intuitive") was the most P of all, while the IT type ("introverted judger") was the most J of all. I wouldn't put huge weight in it but I do think this is consistent with the idea that there is a core problem with saying that IxxP types should be matched with Jungian introverted rational types and IxxJ types matched with Jungian introverted irrational types.

    But anyway if you want to say you are INFJ and use that to mean this "Ni-dom" function stack it shouldn't be surprising when you get P on a lot of things which are based in MBTI letters. But obviously those things aren't directly questioning your Ni-dom status if they're about letters.
    Really, what struck me wasn't the P, it was the T lol. I figured I would've gotten INFx, but I suppose it makes sense if whoever made the test wants to equate 5 with T. I don't think enneagram+MBTI tests work, but I was just curious about other peoples' results mostly with the enneagram portion

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    I only recently switched to 459 and this is the second test I've taken that confirms it. I'm not surprised at all I scored so high in both 6 and 1, I did consider 614 or possibly 612 as my tritype but I'm happy with where I'm at now. I was surprised at how decisively F I was, normally my results are closer on that axis and can swing either way, but this works. EDIT: Also not surprised how close my P/J results were, that's consistent with past testing.
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  8. #7
    Type 2w1


    x69 tritype ayy

    rheti.jpg

    I used to think I was a 6. I get typed as a 2. Generally I get typed 216 though I often see myself more as 261 or 621.
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  9. #8
    Type 6w5

    First enneagram test in which i got accurate results. I usually score as 1 or 5, and most tritype tests gives me 1-3-6
    I am certain i am 6-4, 9 or 1 is hard to determine for me as 3rd fix.

    rheti.jpg
    Last edited by Elwinz; 02-16-2019 at 08:51 AM.
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  10. #9

    rheti enneagram type 5
    (with wing) 5w4
    calculated "tritype" 451
    most likely myers-briggs type (raw) INTP
    most likely myers-briggs type (comparative) INTJ
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
    21 1 18 19 28 9 4 10 17

    Except for the wing and maybe the heart type (both 4), it seems accurate. I haven't been able to decide whether I'm 513 or 514, so I'm not sure that the triad result is incorrect. What does "comparative" mean?
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  11. #10

    rheti enneagram: type 5
    (with wing): 5 with no wings
    calculated "tritype": 451
    most likely myers-briggs type (raw): INTP
    most likely myers-briggs type (comparative): INTP

    Apparently, I'm a 5 with no wing, I have a 6w though. Tritype seems legit.

    1:22, 2:4, 3:15, 4:22, 5:26, 6:22, 7:10, 8:7, 9:15
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