Saying this method is "stupid" is in fact "stupid". Jung's psychology is based on mysticism and woo-woo. It is a religion. Read some of his biographies. He was a miserable bully - a cult leader. His theories are often based on his experiences with just one or two patients.
Your statement that psychology is not physiology shows your ignorance of the direction modern science is going. Psychologists are extremely interested in the physiological substrate of behavior. The religious notion of "soul" as the cause of behavior has been abandoned by science. Human behavior requires a human BODY. There are basic systems required by a human body. There has to be a system for taking in and digesting nutrients. (GUT or Visceral System) There has to be a system for moving the body (muscular system) . There has to be a system for choosing direction (brain and nervous system). And there has to be a system for orientation (sensory receptors).
I challenge anyone to come up with another body system that isn't a sub-system of one of these four.
Now, remember humans differ in how these systems are constituted. We differ in how much of our tissue is invested in gut, muscle, brain. Are you going to say that people are all equally endowed with these capacities. Are you going to ignore the larger investment in gut with an endomorph and what that means in the way that body is predisposed to behave? Are you going to ignore the muscle mass of the mesomorph? Do you think having abundant energy and muscle is going to have minimal effect on the person that possesses that trait. Are you going to ignore the large surface to volume ratio in ectomorphs and say that this has no effect on their behavior. If you deny this then you are doing so out of ignorance.
As to this statement you made:
I don't believe in authority. I believe in intelligent entities. I believe in intelligent concepts.I don't appreciate people just claiming authority by default. They're just showing themselves as people who want to others to be beholden to them.
As to my use of MBTI types. I have said it over and over. I use those types because they are popular. You have to start wherever you are. A good personality theory can be expected to explain all the typologies. And typologies aren't scripture handed down from Mount Sinai - writ in stone. It should be expected that there will be some adjustments in understanding typology if it is science and not religion.
I understand too well that some here don't like change. The desire for change requires a certain personality trait called "openness". Not all of you have that. Those who don't score high on openness prefer to wait until the "new" becomes orthodoxy. And those who wait until the "new" becomes orthodox die without benefiting from the "new". So be it. It has always been that way.
I'm not building an organization. I enjoy seeing people really discovering their identity. I am saddened by the endless discussions of "I don't know if I'm a T or an F" I guess I'll just be an IXXJ etc. The objective of helping people find their true self through somatotyping is the same as helping people discover themselves through MBTI or DiSC or whatever. The difference that I have seen for myself and others is that knowing one's body type eventually moves a person toward wholeness. This is something you can only experience if you try it. Even if you find your somatotype that's no guarantee you will be enlightened. You need to understand what the somatotype theory is about. And that could take some time.