I started practicing Transcendental Meditation 3 years ago, it has been a very interesting and helpful discover, but I often wonder if there would be a better technique for each of the three intelligence types.
For example, I consider myself a rational, 5 type, and I mainly have problems in being in the moment, being grounded, being focused on what's happening, being more concrete and less imaginative and not detaching from situations.
I consider Transcendental Meditation as a very "mind-focused" technique, because it consists in repeating a mantra for some time during the day, while other techniques focus on breathing, body and emotion awareness and so on.
I therefore sometimes ask myself if there would be more useful to practice a more "physically-based" meditation in my case (and maybe for all rational types) while a more "emotional-based" meditation for instinctual types and a more "mind-based" meditation for emotional types (each one with its theoretically weaker intelligence).
It could even be the opposite, so that rational types could focus more on a "mind-based" meditation to learn to control their thoughts and so on for the other two types.
What do you think? Do you have knowledge/experience about that topic?
Maybe in the end every meditation technique allows us to reach the same goal, to be free and present, but I honestly don't know because I never found an answer to that question from others and I don't have the experience to say it myself.
Thanks for your attention and have a nice day!