If I am not mistaken, the problem with typing people is that no one would like to admit that they have an ego (etc.) in the Freudian sense. I have realised in my self and others that a person acts most like their inborn type when under stress or duress.
So, my question... what happens after a person has understood every part of their "ego", "superego", "superid" and "id"?
-- Do they become "free" of psychological "divide-and-conquer"?
-- Do they begin to unleash their true potential?
-- Does their "personal uniqueness" begin to assert itself?
-- Does knowledge (of our personal functions/attitudes) indeed mean power: personal power?
A quick read of the Gurbani (Sikh scriptures) reveals that happiness comes after we rid ourselves of "filth" such as our ego.
Does that mean that with repeat practice and meditation (or calming of the mind) we become true individuals and not simply predictable types who can be continually manipulated by those with power?