Looking back over my time at type c, I can't help but feel that while the theory does a great job in describing human characteristics, the actual classification system may be all together invalid.
Thinking over the 16 MBTI types, I can only think of five types that I don't relate to much at all in their descriptions. While I have spent a while on the ESFP side of myself, and enjoy that side of myself the most, I could have just as easily been speaking from a lot of other points of view.
Same goes for enneagram types. There are only three that really don't speak to me at all. (And when I work out the tritypes, one of those that I sort of relate to doesn't end up in a type or a wing.) What's up with tritypes? People embody 6 of those 9 types? (I really do enjoy reading the mentalities and seeing how they are present in other people and myself). At the same time, the strict categorizations are for the birds. It seems more accurate to compile all of these mentalities together and then go through and be able to make your own description.
This song reminds me of this site.
[YOUTUBE="XlEsBaAFPoo"]"Grace Kelly" By Mika[/YOUTUBE]