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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeaT View Post
    Well, I got an error code when submitting my answers. I wonder what it says about my type?
    It means you're untypeable.
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    Conceptual

    The best concept to define the focus of this state is intellect. It is the state of knowledge and curiosity. It represents a psyche that is physically and emotionally relaxed, but rationally flexible. We are in this state when we want to learn and contemplate concepts and reasons. We are not satisfied with a simple answer or rules, and this ability opens the door to new ideas and questions. It makes us eager to know and conceive things.



    By definition, this is the state of focus in abstraction, conception and detachment. Its main characteristic is the grasp of concepts and information while avoiding physical or emotional stress. This defines our understanding of abstract ideas without constriction, misguidance or distraction by immediate physical demands or emotional appreciations.

    It has three tendencies towards introversion:

    Abstraction cultivates timidity and awkwardness, leading towards self-reliance.
    Detachement cultivates aloofness and disinterest, promoting self-absorption.

    Archetype: Researchers

    Journalists, Scholars… People who have a constant tendency to this state focus on information, and are not prone to physically demanding activities unless they apply knowledge. For them, being knowledgeable is more pressing than being authoritative or emotional. They may be procrastinators and constant researchers, as they are interested in progressively learning and conceiving things. They have low patience for whimsical details about likes and dislikes; their emotional values are mostly dictated by personal preferences or objective interests. They avoid physical struggle and drama. However, their curiosity leads them to new fields to explore, activities to engage in, and emotional connections to form; but, this interest can be sporadic or subjective to an intellectual pursue.

    People that are strongly conceptual have a purely inquisitive mind, and do not focus on physical feats or emotional challenges. They are conversational, good listeners, but not necessarily determined to reach resolutions or convictions; they are more open to data and possibilities. They like encyclopedias, language systems, investigation and science, and tend to be human dictionaries. They may be fascinated with ideas, but may struggle with charisma. They are practical but may lack physical alertness or coordination, which makes them attracted to gadgets and systems to accomplish tasks.

    Consider this archetype a static stereotype. In reality, we tend to frequent several states, and become multidimensional, wholesome, colorful.

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    Definitely the most balanced my dichotomy percentages have ever come out as.

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    Ideational State

    The best concept to define the focus of this state is imagination. It is the state of introspection and creativity. It represents a psyche that is physically relaxed, but rationally and emotionally flexible. We are in this state when we question and elaborate concepts around our inspiration, feelings or emotions; or when inspired or charmed by abstract ideas. We focus on the view of possibilities, how things should or could be. We will violate reality or logic for the sake of beauty, fear or fascination. This makes us creative, open minded and able to visualize, but also, makes us airy and introspective. This state is social; it is open to emotions and will be curious about them.



    By definition, this is the state of focus in abstraction, conception and empathy. Its main characteristic is pondering about inspiration, or bringing excitement to concepts, all while avoiding physical stress. This defines our ability to be motivated or connected to abstract ideas, not linked to what is tangible, or being presenting to our senses; and the ability to conceive emotional ideas.

    It has one tendency towards introversion:

    Abstraction cultivates timidity and awkwardness, leading towards self-reliance.

    Archetype: Storytellers

    Authors, Creatives… People who have a strong tendency to this state focus on ideas and the excitement or emotions they spawn. They are not fond of prolonged and laborious physical activities. For them, having an open mind and heart is more pressing than rigorous orders or physical force. Being intuitive gives them the ability to see or conceive possibilities. They are able to hold different scenarios, possible or fantastic ones; but, this can also make them friends of exaggerations and fears. They have great ability for telling and creating stories. They enjoy dialogues, reading, writing—sharing ideas. They tend to have an internal fascination with social heroism and adventure.

    People that are strongly ideational are bad at following everything that is physically going on around them. They follow conversations and concepts, and concentrate in bonding that way. This brings creativity, but may also bring delusion, lack of structure, and procrastination. They are not satisfied with defining concepts or bringing them to a constricted reality. They are always asking: how else could it be? What else can it have? and rather moving to better views than sticking to one. They can be impulsively adventurous.

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    'One of (Lucas) Cranach's masterpieces, discussed by (Joseph) Koerner, is in it's self-referentiality the perfect expression of left-hemisphere emptiness and a precursor of post-modernism. There is no longer anything to point to beyond, nothing Other, so it points pointlessly to itself.' - Iain McGilChrist

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    "Suppose it didn't," said Pooh, after careful thought.
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    Fair enough
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    "Just as jet fuel cannot melt steel beams, so too cannot the unshakeable pillars of Truthtology ever be shaken, whether by man, nature, or evidence."
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    Archetype: Wanderers
    Outlanders

    Rebels, Monks… People who have a constant tendency to this state believe that most things others stress about are unnecessary. They look for personal balance, this is their specialization. They may focus on health habits, sleep, contemplation, meditation and tending specific physical work, training and needs. Their ability to keep things simple possesses an intriguing way to inspire, give new strengths, perspectives or ideas. They can be very insightful about purely physical, rational or personal emotional matters, and not so much with social, professional or business related ones. They may struggle to avoid seeming unproductive, negligent, or disrespectful. When things get too tense or futile, they could simply restart and search for new horizons with optimism, which could be seen as pride or rebellion, but can be fruitful, or the basis of constant wandering. Their nature could also be that of rebels or anarchists.

    People that are strongly elemental tend to emotional affairs that are not too passionate, unless they are intimate. They may bond as they go and may detach as well, but they develop very personal infatuations. They have a clear idea of the things that please them and the ones that don’t, but do not focus on promoting their values, or demand social ambition or glory. They have low interest in industry, unless it is personal, individual and habitual work. They avoid analysis, unless it is abstract and personal; this means that science, chess and crosswords puzzles, even philosophy, might be attractive, but not law, etiquette, professional and social norms. They are not prone to emotional displays, and tend to make decisions without stress, but under pressure, they can be considered aggressive, stubborn or selfish—sticking to their rebellious nature.

    Consider this archetype a static stereotype. In reality, we tend to frequent several states, and become multidimensional, wholesome, colorful.
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    Theoretical State

    The best concept to define the focus of this state is ingenuity. It is the state of instruction, planning and exposition. It represents a psyche that is physically relaxed, but rationally determined and emotionally flexible. We are in this state when we organize thoughts, imagination and ideas. We are attentive to rational structures while thinking of ways to make them new, different, nicer or intriguing. We enjoy playing with the script, plan or system for the sake of novelty and surprise.

    By definition, this is the state of focus in abstraction, regulation and empathy. Its main characteristic is regulating our inspiration, empathizing with analysis, all while avoiding physical stress. This defines our ability to structure or construct things that come just from our imagination, or trying to share or grasp them empathetically with others.

    It has two tendencies towards introversion:
    Abstraction cultivates timidity and awkwardness, leading towards self-reliance.
    Regulation cultivates righteousness and strictness, maintaining self-confidence.

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    MBTI approximation: *NT*
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    Philosophical State

    The best concept to define the focus if this state is morality. It is the state of principles and deliberation. It represents a psyche that is physically relaxed, but rationally and emotionally tense. We are in this state when we ask: what did we learn from this? what was wrong? what is the ideal? We want to understand and clarify feelings, and think before acting. We are not just using morals as guidance, but developing them, looking for the essence, importance or purpose.



    By definition, this is the state of focus in abstraction, regulation and valuation. Its main characteristic is bringing order to values, valuing rules, and avoiding physical stress. This defines our ability to define standards, and bring analysis and appreciation to abstract ideas.

    It has three tendencies towards introversion:

    Abstraction cultivates timidity and awkwardness, leading towards self-reliance.
    Regulation cultivates righteousness and strictness, maintaining self-confidence.
    Valuation cultivates particular interests and sensibility, causing self-absorption.
    Topographic Map location: Library

    MBTI approximation: IN*J

    Archetype: Professors
    Historians, Ministers… People who have a strong tendency to this state focus on their feelings and reasons. Their attention goes to where a clear and desired outcome is met. For them, wisdom and self control are more pressing than inmediacy, possessions or brute force. They are curious and reflective of their feelings, but not easy to abandon dogmas and habits. They like to contemplate fascinating ideas, but will not easily detach from their values and rules.

    People that are strongly philosophical enjoy discovering or developing a sense of purpose and a code to act accordingly. They have pleasure for obedience. They also value accomplishments, even if they may seem unproductive or unpractical at the moment; their focus is on transcendence and meaning. But, sometimes they could find it easier to adjust their codes to maintain a posture, and this could keep them procrastinating or being complacent about impositions or situations. They tend to find it their mission to preserve knowledge and values.

    Consider this archetype a static stereotype. In reality, we tend to frequent several states, and become multidimensional, wholesome, colorful.
    In that which is night to all things, therein the self-subjugated remains awake; but where all else is awake, that is night for the knower of the self.

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    Conceptual State
    Another name for it would be Intellectual—The best concept to define the focus of this state is intellect. It is the state of knowledge and curiosity. It represents a psyche that is physically and emotionally relaxed, but rationally flexible. We are in this state when we want to learn and contemplate concepts and reasons. We are not satisfied with a simple answer or rules, and this ability opens the door to new ideas and questions. It makes us eager to know and conceive things.



    By definition, this is the state of focus in abstraction, conception and detachment. Its main characteristic is the grasp of concepts and information, and avoiding physical or emotional stress. This defines our understanding of abstract ideas without constriction, misguidance or distraction by immediate physical demands or emotional appreciations.

    It has three tendencies towards introversion:

    Abstraction cultivates timidity and awkwardness, leading towards self-reliance.
    Detachement cultivates aloofness and disinterest, promoting self-absorption.
    Topographic Map location: Study Field

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    Archetype: Researchers
    Journalists, Scholars… People who have a constant tendency to this state focus on information, and are not prone to physically demanding activities unless they apply knowledge. For them, being knowledgeable is more pressing than being authoritative or emotional. They may be procrastinators and constant researchers, as they are interested in progressively learning and conceiving things. They have low patience for whimsical details about likes and dislikes; their emotional values are mostly dictated by personal preferences or objective interests. They avoid physical struggle and drama. However, their curiosity leads them to new fields to explore, activities to engage in, and emotional connections to form; but, this interest can be sporadic or subjective to an intellectual pursue.

    People that are strongly conceptual have a purely inquisitive mind, and do not focus on physical feats or emotional challenges. They are conversational, good listeners, but not necessarily determined to reach resolutions or convictions; they are more open to data and possibilities. They like encyclopedias, language systems, investigation and science, and tend to be human dictionaries. They may be fascinated with ideas, but may struggle with charisma. They are practical but may lack physical alertness or coordination, which makes them attracted to gadgets and systems to accomplish tasks.

    Consider this archetype a static stereotype. In reality, we tend to frequent several states, and become multidimensional, wholesome, colorful.

    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    ENTJ????
    Exxx?????????!?!??!?!!?!?!

    I'm an xNTP!

    It said:
    72% E
    28% I
    51% N
    49% S
    52% T
    48% F
    71% J
    29% P

    Also how is 71-29 an x?

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    Color was INFJ


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    Philosophical State

    Focus
    Physical
    ↓ Rational
    ↓ Emotional

    Determination → Action Regulation Valuation
    Perception → Sensation Conception Empathy
    Disengagement → Abstraction Instinction Detachment

    The best concept to define the focus if this state is morality. It is the state of principles and deliberation. It represents a psyche that is physically relaxed, but rationally and emotionally tense. We are in this state when we ask: what did we learn from this? what was wrong? what is the ideal? We want to understand and clarify feelings, and think before acting. We are not just using morals as guidance, but developing them, looking for the essence, importance or purpose.

    By definition, this is the state of focus in abstraction, regulation and valuation. Its main characteristic is bringing order to values, valuing rules, and avoiding physical stress. This defines our ability to define standards, and bring analysis and appreciation to abstract ideas.

    It has three tendencies towards introversion:

    Abstraction cultivates timidity and awkwardness, leading towards self-reliance.
    Regulation cultivates righteousness and strictness, maintaining self-confidence.
    Valuation cultivates particular interests and sensibility, causing self-absorption.

    Topographic Map location: Library

    MBTI approximation: IN*J
    Archetype: Professors

    Historians, Ministers… People who have a strong tendency to this state focus on their feelings and reasons. Their attention goes to where a clear and desired outcome is met. For them, wisdom and self control are more pressing than inmediacy, possessions or brute force. They are curious and reflective of their feelings, but not easy to abandon dogmas and habits. They like to contemplate fascinating ideas, but will not easily detach from their values and rules.

    People that are strongly philosophical enjoy discovering or developing a sense of purpose and a code to act accordingly. They have pleasure for obedience. They also value accomplishments, even if they may seem unproductive or unpractical at the moment; their focus is on transcendence and meaning. But, sometimes they could find it easier to adjust their codes to maintain a posture, and this could keep them procrastinating or being complacent about impositions or situations. They tend to find it their mission to preserve knowledge and values.

    Consider this archetype a static stereotype. In reality, we tend to frequent several states, and become multidimensional, wholesome, colorful.
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