1. ## Dyad mechanics (repressed aspects)

This is something that I think I've noticed: It seems that in each dual pair, there are two aspects of reality that somehow get "omitted" from the functioning of the dyad. These aspects of reality would be sort of aspects the dyad in question pretends to dismiss or even suppress. I came up with these by noticing that the role function of the accepting type, and the PoLR function of the producing type are incomplete +/- wise, and are also incomplete where they are placed on the other type of the dyad.

i.e:

(Format = Type dyad : Omitted aspects)

• ILE-Ne - SEI-Fe: -Si and +Ti
• ILE-Ti - SEI-Si: +Fe and -Ne
• LII-Ti - ESE-Si: +Fe and -Ne
• LII-Ne - ESE-Fe: -Si and +Ti

• SLE-Se - IEI-Fe: +Ni and -Ti
• SLE-Ti - IEI-Ni: -Fe and +Se
• LSI-Ti - EIE-Ni: -Fe and +Se
• LSI-Se - EIE-Fe: +Ni and -Ti

• SEE-Se - ILI-Te: -Ni and +Fi
• SEE-Fi - ILI-Ni: +Te and -Se
• ESI-Fi - LIE-Ni: +Te and -Se
• ESI-Se - LIE-Te: -Ni and +Fi

• IEE-Ne - SLI-Te: +Si and -Fi
• IEE-Fi - SLI-Si: -Te and +Ne
• EII-Fi - LSE-Si: -Te and +Ne
• EII-Ne - LSE-Te: +Si and -Fi

Additional thoughts: It seems each quadra has an agenda to repress four determinate aspects of reality, two belonging to each adjacent quadra. What this could suggest is that neighboring quadras have sort of a competing dynamic, while opposite quadras would have a complementary role.

2. It seems that this pattern actually is what the dyad intends to fill as a unit. So for example the ILE-Ne - SEI-Fe dyad would seem LSI (or SLI) as a unit. They repress those aspects externally, but when the dyad acts as a unit, they tend to embody them (current hypothesis).

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