I've long read about that the "importance of developing the auxiliary cannot be underestimated" and similar things along those lines. I also understand that at times typological functions can become "unbalanced" and that the inferior functions (and perhaps some in between) can cause havoc. We can rely too much on our dominant function, the lesser functions start asserting themselves in a way that judgment becomes clouded or one chooses "flight", etc.
There are a few things that I've always been a bit confused about:
1. As an introvert, you need to develop the auxiliary in order to function in the outside world. If that's the case, and if the auxiliary is the path to more productive use of the other functions, how can you get unbalanced, since you would need to use the auxiliary in order to function on a day to day basis?
2. If you are getting unbalanced, what exactly do you do?
3. What does good type development mean - really? If there was an ideal, what would it look like?