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1 Personality Temperament + Character - Developmental stage - Self-esteem - Cultural background Slideshow by Philip St. Romain, D. Min.

2 Classical Temperament Types Choleric Phlegmatic Melancholic Sanguine

3 Psychological Types A new way to evaluate temperament Using criteria of Jung’s psychology. Myers-Briggs test Kiersey-Bates test Self-observation Jungian analyst

4 The Two Attitudes  Extraversion (E)  Energy and attention flow outward  More attuned to the outside world.  Extraversion (E)  Energy and attention flow outward  More attuned to the outside world. Introversion (I)  Energy and attention flow inward  More attuned to the inside world

5 Extraversion vs. Introversion Outgoing Talks to think Interactive Spending Reserved Thinks before talking Introspective Saving

6 The Four Functions Perceiving (P)  Sensation (S) - information of the senses  Intuition (N) - imagination, possibilities Judging (J)  Thinking (T) - logical implications  Feeling (F) - emotional implications

7 Sensation vs. Intuition Here and now Practical Detail oriented Realistic Methodical Future-oriented Theoretical Possibility oriented Imaginative Enthusiastic

8 Thinking vs. Feeling Cool Reasonable Problem-solving Principles Attuned to logical solutions Warm Relational Harmony People Attuned to emotional consequences

9 The Eight Basic Types SensationIntuitionThinkingFeeling ExtravertESENETEF IntrovertISINITIF

10 Type Development Primary function - strongest. Develops ages 7-12 yrs. (ex. ES) Auxilliary function - complements primary. Ages Opposite attitude of primary. (ex. IF) Third function - same attitude as primary; opposite function of auxillary. Ages (ex. ET) Fourth/shadow/inferior function - opposite of primary function. (ex. IN)

11 Understanding the Code I or E - describes attitude of primary function. S or N - describes stronger perceiving function. T or F - describes stronger judging function. J or P - indicates which of the four functions is more extraverted-which is used to deal with the outer world. I or E - describes attitude of primary function. S or N - describes stronger perceiving function. T or F - describes stronger judging function. J or P - indicates which of the four functions is more extraverted-which is used to deal with the outer world.

12 Interpreting the code ESFJ Extraverted function is primary. Sensation is stronger than intution Feeling is stronger than thinking. Judging function used to deal with the outside world is Feeling. EF is primary; IS is auxilliary; EN is third; IT is inferior function.

13 Mutuality of Types Sensates need Intuitives  To surface possibilities  To hold the big picture  To vision the future Thinkers need Feelers  To consider relationships  To discern harmony  To persuade and conciliate Intuitives need Sensates  To bring up facts  To attend to details  To be realistic Feelers need Thinkers  To analyze things  To stand on principle  To execute the hard choices

14 Journey to Wholeness

15 When Opposites Attract

16 Partial Opposites

17 Inner Marriage Outer relationships reflect inner and vice versa


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