Hi all, I was pleasantly surprised to see there's been a lot development in this site lately. I've played a lot with other Jungian based typologies during past couple of years, but I did miss my first typology love, i.e. Cognitive Type. I've only skimmed through the new material, but my first question is whether you have changed the methodology enough to question earlier typings. I was typed as TeNi, almost unanimously, but already then and ever since I've wagered between Fi- and Te-lead. I can also see other members changing their types, so I wonder how it's developed and what I should learn to get a good grasp of the methodology and my own type.
Post by ayoungspirit on Apr 15, 2016 6:22:35 GMT -5
Great to see you again !
Some of the signals have been overhauled, for example blinking, which has been adequately moved from Si to Ji. Others have and still continue to be detailed further. However I think the most notable evolution is simply the experience gain from the members, which allows to more clearly sort out both precise signals and the holistic allure of a type. The forum is fully open now, so feel free to take another go at it if you wish. It can actually help us refine the "formal" typing practice, and still, our knowledge of psychology.
In any case, the book is quite thorough with all of this, but a video course, both for basic and for advanced notions is also in early production, along with written articles, and the usual forum debates. We hope to set a proper pedagogy which would allow to offer a certification to the public at some point, but in the meantime, if you have any suggestions, they are welcomed !
Thank you, so great to be back! I need to buy the book and do some learning. Funnily I was watching some videos of myself and noticed a lot of blinking. I thought WTH is this Si...Ji would make more sense, as I was intensely listening and analyzing.