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My theory of personality types
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Math and synergy can be used to understand human behavior. Metaphysics and modern psychology are explored using a formula. This formula transcends those beliefs. It reorganizes Carl Jung's concept of archetypes. It involves synergy in that it combines types until they assume a new meaning and can be viewed and classified under a larger umbrella.

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All feedback is welcome and appreciated.



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Hi dear Kimani,

I checked out the site and I am quite amazed about its content. Allow me to ask something :)

how does it work? I mean, how can you formulate a theory about personality types... does it have something to do with your studies, or did you experienced many different personality types in your life, so that you have a lot of knowledge about it? Or does it depend on some statistic observations... I mean, I wish I could do some stuff like that... just curious about how these things work :)

thank you for your share and I hope to hear from you soon,
Anna Emilie.

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It's really just a matter of studying the Carl Jung archetypes and studying the personality types/disorders and noticing that they are equivalent. That's all I really did. Once I saw the similarities I needed to a way to explain it and I thought a mathematical equation was the best way to do it since the archetypes are essentially divided and grouped together to fit the types.

Some of the personality types I used in my theory can be found in the DSM-IV manual.They are called Common Axis II Disorders

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diagnostic_and_Statistical_Manual_of_Mental_Disorders


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Actually bi-polar is a Common Axis I disorder but the rest of the types I used are Common Axis II disorders



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