Hi my little microchips! How are you whirring today? So, I got a neat little analogy to explain how most (if not all) of the Myers-Briggs function positions work in any given type (dominant function, auxiliary function, tertiary etc). The computer is probably the most advanced thing humans have ever built and I have a […]
This article discusses the Perceiving Functions of Myers-Briggs (Ne, Ni, Se, Si) in the context of a concept called aperture. I give my basic definitions for these four functions using the geometry of the circle as a reference. In short, I’m going to blow your mind with the knowledge I lay forth within this article. […]
Here is the article where I finally talk about the ESTP type. Well, good things come to those who wait. However, if you wanna read this article, you’ll have to sign up to be a Starling subscriber. And you don’t want to miss my missive about what it’s like to be missed by Miss Meow… […]
Come in and read how strange INFPs really are beneath their benign mask of care and concern. To access this article you must sign up for a Starling subscription. What do Alice in Wonderland, The Matrix, and Louis CK have in common? Subscribe now and find out in about 5 minutes. Muhaha!
Some random, though not uninteresting, notes on the subject of the id function of the INTJ. To view these notes you must sign up for a Starling subscription to Stellar Maze.
This article details the most salient traits of the enneatype 3 ENFJ. In a word, they are interesting. But, you’ll have to become a Starling subscriber to find out why. And as any type 3 ENFJ will tell you, they are worth the price of admission alone. Oink!
You must be a Starling subscriber to view the contents of this article. To briefly summarize, this article details the features of one of the most important positions in the whole arsenal of Myers-Briggs typology – the id function. Moreover, it specifically details the id function of INFJ, which is Fi, which equates, in the […]
This article is the beginning of a series on a new Myers-Briggs function I have introduced to the system – the id function. In order to properly understand the true and underlying motivations of any Myers-Briggs type, you must understand the id function position. In this article, I define what the id function is by […]
This article identifies and defines the form of Ti that is right and appropriate for INFJ. Basically, there are two forms of Ti – one is natural for INFJ and the other one gets them into the classical “Ni-Ti loop”. You will learn in this article how to differentiate “good” vs. “too good” Ti for […]
This article gets into some of the actual differences between INFJ and INFP as Particular Phlegmatic and Particular Melancholic types respectively. They are both of the class of NF temperaments, which I class as General Melancholics. I relate this General Melancholic class to the Romantic movement that had its ascendancy in the 1800s. INFJ and […]