Development with MBTI. Growing up with the MBTI- personality types.
I think you should look at this.
Myer Briggs did research (Briggs, 1942). The research was based on Jung's types. And found some types.
Introverted vs extroverted, the start at birth.
If we study this and compare this to all we know about how a person starts life, without being external, and with all data on psychopaths, who are a lot of the time extroverts. You see a growth, and how one became extrovert, as we know how their lives went. We can even suggest a child born very extroverted has been through something within him her self to now be busy with the people outside, instead of sensing inside, and processing information inside.
We could also ask too much of a baby, which makes the baby extroverted.
It could be so much love forgetting the processing with him herself. But like love can twist, not knowing yourself can twist out in the future.
It does say something about you.
Communities can forget yourself, and be only about them in the community.
We could research what caused these communities to not do individual thinking. One must be feeling their sensations and be processing their information and be getting output by recalling what that one person knows.
There is internal work in everyone, we need to process sensations and be able to understand ourselves. People are not slaves. But they can depend on each other, and we create an environment to learn, so everyone can learn and develop.
We create an authoritative environment, where all can become equal adults. We are most sophisticated and use the most sophisticated input to process, so the person will have the most sophisticated output.
Well-being is autonomous, authentic with the unique self. But we do not mean a lack of empathy, nor lack of the process of learning(Santos, 2019).
We mean to understand the functioning of humans, and how they process information and can develop the best. And that they will be the next best output, when developed and grown and independent, to be the new depending’ s best input.
Born within ourselves.
When one is born, a person is within himself and will remain in himself, guessing, never knowing the truth (Purves, N.D.). But born introverted, or “within”.
We could see extroversion as an attempt to find more input, to become smarter. Were our teachers, when I was a child, did explain all these types of people to us, and did see among smart children, they need a bit more. It was not surprising that many gifted kids were a level lower then they should, because they invested also a time in other people, but a bit too much compared to the A+ students. As these perhaps did not understand how important A+ is and perhaps are simply tempted to be with others too much, forgetting themselves, and having to find out the meaning of studies. Or, that could be too boring for them, as they are needing more information, and also, perhaps in more ways. It was truly a lot of them studied more than one study, also on the highest level, but were not A+ in highschool. Were the A+ class had children dropping after highschool a level, and “catching up” in the same way, these lower-scoring high school kids did.
Dutch should have studied this, but this culture was low grades, and not scientific. They even had to give extra attention to that in high school, to get people to understand we all can do science. Schools must let everyone do science, but they let just a few do science. It is a failing school system. So hard failing it does not even hear science, saying self-study gives better results, especially homeschooling.
But our teacher's ideas, about why we are at certain levels and getting certain grades were saying a lot, and a lot of times true.
These were smart highschool teachers with higher grades and higher education than our lower high school and primary education, are just not professors, just not Ph.D., some only failed that level, thus became teachers, this was in an old school system, but for that time, these teachers were smart compared to the people in the country. We also had a school that is now UN school and was with the latest science a new school, and a very good school. So, I am aware our teachers were better than many others and were very smart about what this could be when one gets grades and how children develop in schools.
Being born with our own body, mind inside the mother, “within”, after 25 days after conception the brain development starts (Konkel, 2018). So, you start within, without an understanding of outside. From the ‘the global neuronal workspace’ consciousness starts, the youngest babies tested are 2 months old, but perhaps consciousness starts a few hours after birth. (Farrell, 2018)
From the moment consciousness starts the baby would be extrovert or introverted.
A normal birth and emotional stability would cause extroversion (Johnston and Brown, 2013).
Conclusion about introversion, extraversion and the start of I or E in the MBTI Types:
So, the start of extroversion or introversion starts with environmental influences.
Sensing vs Intuition, Growth in consciousness.
Born with the brain, born with senses, sensations will go into the working memory. You are sensing.
Intuition is within the Pineal Gland and develops during life. The finest sensations are within the pineal gland, as intuition. Instinct is not sensing, nor intuition, perhaps an instinct to use senses more or less and build intuition the more or less, but instinct is DNA, and what ancestors left inside of you, to survive. The intuition you build up in this life. It is literally finest thoughts, which you can learn to be more conscious about.
Through birth, and the type of birth you are introverted or extroverted sensing and will develop intuition. So, a higher IQ can faster become intuitive, because it depends on the amount of finest sensations to be intuitive or not.
I can understand one staying with their senses, this is how you are born, this is what you still do when you have intuition.
Growth in consciousness.
Feeling vs Thinking.
The feeling is a reptile or mammal mind, when in fear, the mammal mind and Dolphin mind are not working, and blocked, only the reptile mind then works. To be empathic we can not be in fear, we need the mammal mind, the nurturing mind.
A mammal wants only pleasure.
Thinking is a Dolphin/ Homo Sapiens' mind, in evolution. A “grown” mind, not disassociated, but empathic, mature, and wise. A professional mind. Inspiring, emotionally intelligent, ethical and empathic. (thebrain, N.D.)
A growing person.
Judging vs Perceiving.
The entire bachelor system an ability to judge, we grow into. Also, the creation of the thesis, our opinions, into research thesis and hypothesis and the ability to come up with good experiments and getting results.
A child learns to observe, as a baby and will grow into this. Then, will learn to wonder, and question. And, will learn to make a thesis, then, a research thesis and hypothesis. From child to student in the bachelor system, to a Ph.D. and in the end a professor, able to come up with good research questions and hypotheses, and experiments, able to perceive and process perceived information. Not delusional, but beyond the judging.
Able to add in the sciences.
Conclusion of all the parts of MBTI-types
So, this decides your personality.
Birth, and emotions.
Growth in consciousness.
Being a student, a Ph.D. vs Professor.
It leaves us with these questions…
Is an ISFJ, immature? Or natural. Is an ESFJ immature, with a normal birth? Are normal births not normal, but we assume them normal? Are psychopaths made by birth? What psychopathy normal, or was birth better for our ancestors? Are animals through normal birth “killers”? Is the cause of the new normal birth, the cause of the majority with ISFJ? As the new better?
An INFJ would be growth with consciousness natural being. Not psychopathic. The INFJ now a master, can become more professional, and a professor. Not psychopathic. The E version is, ENFJ.
INTJ, even more, grown, and a Ph.D., able to judge really grown, and grown with consciousness, and born better, as the new better born. Not psychopathic, the E version is, ENTJ.
INTP, most grown as a professor, the E version is, ENTP.
Note. All these E versions end up worse than all of their I versions. Being Extraverted creates less IQ and fewer results, and environments creating extraversion, or expecting extraversion is not the best way to learn.
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