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    Default Where are Rick DeLong┤s HA Spiritual correlations?

    I saw sometime ago a page in which a spiritual correlation for each type┤s hidden agenda was given, it was by Rick DeLong, I guess.
    I was unable to find it.

    Does anyone know where it is?

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    i think you mean this? though it's describing the types' spiritual aspirations based on the leading function, not the HA: Socionic Types and Spirituality

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    yeah

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    yep
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    Those are actually pretty good. . .
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    Is it weird that I relate the most to wanting Si then Fe? I see myself most presently interacting with the Fe one, though it still feels related to my HA, as though its not a full-throttle presence, and I'm the most interested in the future of Si. Maybe it's talking about duality and what I expect in life from a dual. I also relate to the Ni one, but not really any of the others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glamourama View Post
    i think you mean this? though it's describing the types' spiritual aspirations based on the leading function, not the HA: Socionic Types and Spirituality
    In case someone misses the link on that page, Rick's longer descriptions of type and spirituality are here: The Socionist: Identifying "Types" of Religions and Teachings

    Since it's a description of how the Information Elements relate to spirituality, you could adapt it to any Function, I suppose, including Mobilizing. It would just be more of a case of "I wish I was good at this type of spirituality".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krig the Viking View Post
    In case someone misses the link on that page, Rick's longer descriptions of type and spirituality are here: The Socionist: Identifying "Types" of Religions and Teachings
    Uh ok, I definitely relate way more to on these extended ones, and not even to or . I guess its the specifics that make the difference. But its not so much in terms of what I want for my future, but just looking at the trends I've dealt with. I don't necessarily want any of this stuff for my future. If I were going off the first page, I would think that makes the most sense for my future, but then he totally changed my perception of what he meant. I think too many specifics are frequently grouped together, and they start diminishing one another.


    This sounds fine, overall feels like something I really need in my future and would love to have the benefit of (my dual can probably handle the specifics):

    health of body and soul health, harmony, variety, and experiencing joy in one's day-to-day activities

    sounds very pleasing


    This however starts to sound stupid:

    An emphasis on developing the body and achieving spiritual goals using physical means. Well-developed physical techniques such as breathing exercises, stretching, balancing, body movements, and following dietary principles. An embracement of enjoyment as a fundamental principle of spiritual growth. An emphasis on temperance and balance. Followers are encouraged to look inside themselves to discover their genuine desires and find ways of realizing them. Pleasure is not shunned, but welcomed and cultivated.


    And this sounds much better:

    An emphasis on liberating oneself from physical attachments, often through the cultivation of a trance-like state of sublime detachment. Followers pursue inner peace by limiting sensory input and worldly hustle and bustle and by hypnotic chanting and performing simple repetitive motions both at gatherings and during individual practice and meditation. Visions, hallucinations, and out-of-body sensations are welcomed as signs of spiritual progression.

    Though if I could get back to that original and -HA idea I had, would be the best I think. Makes me wonder if he thought of something good at first, then went about adding in specifics and ruined the feel, or if the specifics are really what he was referring to.

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    I┤ve lost it again.

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    You know that the last thread you made about this is on the next page?

    Identifying Types of Religions and Teachings
    Socionic Types and Spirituality

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    LOL ROFLMAO as would say the betas

    thanks for that man, I didn┤t know that but imagined it was somewhere in this forum LOL ROFLMAO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne View Post
    LOL ROFLMAO as would say the betas

    thanks for that man, I didn┤t know that but imagined it was somewhere in this forum LOL ROFLMAO
    shut the fuck up you annoying piece of shit

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    by responding to him you justify his childish bullshit. just ignore him
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    where is your gaaawd naaaaw
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    I know where it is. He hid it under the bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thePirate View Post
    shut the fuck up you annoying piece of shit
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