I'm sure that many of you are unaware that Uncle Carl has provided at least one explanation for a person's tendency to come across amorphously with respect to type. Anybody think Jung's "self conflicted" description could provide a measure of insight into the tendency of certain individuals to jump from type to type with ever increasing uncertainty.
"...Hegemonic imperatives of the Ego may compel atypical individuation, obscuring (the) presentation of archetypal psychological configurations. We must not misconstrue first causes. Self loathing is culprit. The self conflicted individual rejects egoistic paraphernalia and thereby attempts negation of the essential self, unaware the venality of its object drive. Failure to will the failure of will negates none other than the will toward self negation. Psychic transubstantiation, affected albeit, is not realized.
"Because the self conflicted individual draws extensively upon subconscious drives, self control suffers and bouts of inconsistent and irrational behavior surface. (Self conflicted individuasl are) prone to the acquisition of counterphobic attachments to existential levity, which wrongly they interpret as pride... Afflicted individuals experience progressive angst and suffering...
"Resolution (is) unlikely when pathology (has become) entrenched."