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    I want to be typed, to see if the other typing I've gotten is accurate. What information do you need, or picture, and what can you tell me about that type?

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    ISFp, repsectively.

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    Giving us a description might not be conducive in figuring out your type. Anyone can see themselves as an introvert or extrovert, along with saying things like, "I enjoy reading theoretical or philosophical books" aren't very helpful. Maybe tell us what other people have criticized you about will help too. The best way in my opinion is telling us your strengths and weaknesses. Also, it's helpful to know what you lack because that will determine your needs from a dual. Look into quadra dynamics first of all, figure out which one fits your views and that will help to narrow your type down. And, pics also are good for verifying type, but if you are going to post pics of yourself, post more than just one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa33 View Post
    Just two pictures closer up face and one shoulder's up from the side.
    The way you type is comical. How on earth do you figure that j and p types have differing head to neck ratio's? Have you considered that many people have cervical spine subluxations? That makes a huge difference on where your imaginary line technique would end up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morcheeba View Post
    The way you type is comical. How on earth do you figure that j and p types have differing head to neck ratio's? Have you considered that many people have cervical spine subluxations? That makes a huge difference on where your imaginary line technique would end up.
    Cervical spine subluxations must be type related too!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arctures View Post
    Cervical spine subluxations must be type related too!
    Haha, yes, perhaps N types would be more prone to auto accidents. Another stereotype that I'm sure someone on here will believe!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morcheeba View Post
    Haha, yes, perhaps N types would be more prone to auto accidents. Another stereotype that I'm sure someone on here will believe!
    And F egos read magazines!

    So much to learn, so little time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa33 View Post
    And this has to do with the size of the Cranium Volt not the cervical spine subluxations; although it is common for J types to words words words words
    This is not the subforum to talk about VI. Take your logical fallacies to the dedicated VI subforum.



    Anyways, @Jude, I guess some good information to know for the sake of typing is what you admire in other people. There'll be more to ask when we think of questions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arctures View Post
    And F egos read magazines!

    So much to learn, so little time!
    You know, that's the one quam I have with Jung's description of . I understand his meaning of being related to entertainment value, but it makes us sound like we are always seeking out objective forms of entertainment. Also, his idea of women being good mothers is flawed beyond a shadow of doubt. Of course, he wrote this description in another time, but still, I find his description shallow and full of fallacies.
    Also, most of the descriptions of my type I can't relate to. I am hardly self sacrificing; I would describe myself as critical and callous rather than subservient to others needs.
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    Giving us a description might not be conducive in figuring out your type. Anyone can see themselves as an introvert or extrovert, along with saying things like, "I enjoy reading theoretical or philosophical books" aren't very helpful. Maybe tell us what other people have criticized you about will help too. The best way in my opinion is telling us your strengths and weaknesses. Also, it's helpful to know what you lack because that will determine your needs from a dual. Look into quadra dynamics first of all, figure out which one fits your views and that will help to narrow your type down. And, pics also are good for verifying type, but if you are going to post pics of yourself, post more than just one.
    This is all good advice/information to have. I would add that you might post some of the central interests of your life; if you've had a passion for a particular activity for a long time, an area that you've always been particularly good in, etc., that can be helpful. It may not necessarily be type related, but it will help generate some possibilities to work from. Agreed that getting a feel for the quadras and trying to determine which one you fall into is extremely helpful. Also, information on what behaviors you most appreciate in others, and what most annoys you in others' behavior is very helpful as well. Good luck finding your type!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maritsa33 View Post
    Would you like my to post x-rays or MRIs

    And this has to do with the size of the Cranium Volt not the cervical spine subluxations; although it is common for J types to get that...but you need to look a the connection of the spinal cord at C1 with the base of the human skull of J's - google cervical spine subluxations and you will see that connection.

    You can't disect that site of connection and move it inches back...can you? And it has nothing to do with posture at all.
    lmao! Just imagining someone being typed from an MRI makes me smile.

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    Oh hello

    Pictures are the most useful thing, probably followed by a self description. If you want to begin to figure your own type out, the Articles section is loaded with type descriptions (albeit poorly translated) that you can begin with, but really you're the one who has to do most of the legwork if you want to know your own type for sure: learning about the theory, figuring out what makes sense to you, how you think and process information, your attitudes towards different kind of people, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morcheeba View Post
    You know, that's the one quam I have with Jung's description of . I understand his meaning of being related to entertainment value, but it makes us sound like we are always seeking out objective forms of entertainment. Also, his idea of women being good mothers is flawed beyond a shadow of doubt. Of course, he wrote this description in another time, but still, I find his description shallow and full of fallacies.
    Also, most of the descriptions of my type I can't relate to. I am hardly self sacrificing; I would describe myself as critical and callous rather than subservient to others needs.
    in which book of jung did you read that? I can't remember reading it.

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