1.Do you ever fear being out of control/losing self control?
Loosing self-control has been a long-term fear of mine. It lessened as I felt more confident in my ability to control the instinctive, unpredictable side of my personality. For the last two years, it is no longer deemed as a threat.
2. Have you ever experienced a time when you were entirely at the whim of something other than yourself? What was it like for you?
Horrible. Back then, the more I felt out of control, the more I feared loosing control. Only substances can change my persona nowadays and it's still nerve-wracking because I don't know what to expect.
3. How much of your successes/failures do you attribute to your own efforts and how much to luck/chaos?
99% of my success and failures are from the consequences of my decisions. Luck? Only in dreams. Why wait for success?
4. Do you fear or hate the concept of destiny?
The concept of destiny is downright ridiculous, IMO. Even if it did exist, I doubt it would matter anyway, since we are still faced with the responsibility of managing our daily lives. I simply prefer to believe that I can create my own destiny because it empowers and activates my best traits. Destiny alone is far too passive and I'd be wondering why I should be even working towards a purpose/vision, if "chance" will grant them to me. Life then seems... meaningless.
5. What do you think when you see someone else lose self-control?
I think it's largely their business unless it affects the safety of others, though I would be curious enough to investigate on what made them respond in this manner. That's for future references, naturally.
6. Do you ever feel a desire to control others?
Mmmmm, not their personal lives, behaviors, morals, or ethics. In the workplace or the academia, I will only control as much as it is required. Nobody enjoys having a person hoover over their shoulder every two seconds.
7. Do you see the universe as chaotic or ordered?
Mostly chaotic. Order is something a species would create to survive.
8. Also, how do you think the J and P axis affects our sense of (or desire for) internal and external control?
Greatly. Beyond the P axis (Fi, Ti, Ne, Se) being responsible for internal control and the J axis (Fe, Te, Ni, Si) for the external, I don't have much to comment regarding this general question. Any specific inquires are welcomed -- I'll write more on the subject.