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  1. I've constructed a vertical typology model which mirrors spiral dynamics but goes beyond it. Each stage has a theme resembling a cognitive function. Any type can be at any level but Ns may be more likely to ascend the hierarchy. The levels are as follows: Thematic - SD - MBTI Appearance - Red - Se Convention - Blue - Si Success - Orange - Te Learning - Orange - Ti Progressive - Green - Fe Introspective - Green - Fi Experimental - Yellow - Ne Universal - Turquoise - Ni The Now - Coral - Se Extraction - Si Mission - Te Axiom - Ti Fe Fi Ne Ni
  2. I won't be posting any more to the forum. Bye.
  3. This blog is about my developmental milestones, past, near past, near future, and future. This assumes knowledge of (my) developmental models. Feel free to ask questions.
  4. I'm presently at the intellectual peak of my life.
  5. I've renamed the Cognitive Hierarchy to the Functional Hierarchy. The 16 levels are the 8 cognitive functions, in the order relevant to the personality type, first in ordinary form, then in transcendent form.
  6. I won't be responding to any more posts. The definitions/descriptions won't ever be posted due to lack of interest. The replies in this thread are saddening.
  7. I've discovered other developmental hierarchies, but I'm not going to share them.
  8. Mostly when a person becomes famous they become more evil. There's a reason people talk about celebrities "selling their souls". It's very difficult to become famous without selling out. That said, if you could do it via GOOD means it would be an excellent way to influence the world for the better. Sadly though, that's not the way it happens. It never does.
  9. @Proserpina I'm sad to hear about your lack of direction. I have 3 pieces of advice. 1. I notice you have a lot of writings, and there are core themes. Try to distill your ideas into something that can be written on a page or two. Get to the core ideas. This will help with developing Ne and Ti as well as Yellow/Experimental. 2. For an Fi dom, it's not so much about having a direction, as doing what makes you happy. Get to know your preferences. If you like something, move towards it. If you don't like something, move away. 3. The mental health system can be a big reason for lacking in direction. Get angry about what they've done to you. It's wrong, and because of karma they will have to pay you back in the afterlife.
  10. @Proserpina I would imagine you get to Yellow, and perhaps even Turquoise, in your more spiritual states, but I don't believe you're there as a baseline. From reading your posts, you seem clearly in the Introspective mindset (upper Green), which is where most of this forum is at. Still, I encourage you to try and be as Yellow as you can be. Where I imagine you excel more so, is in spirituality. You would be further along in the Spiritual Hierarchy (I won't say any more about this) than most of this forum. Spirituality is your strength, and as an ISFP (I'll call you that even if you identify as INFP) so is empathy and self-understanding. Keep pursuing the mystical and higher states of being/awareness
  11. Ages of Thematic development (Centre): 7 Convention 10 Success 13 Modelling 17 Community 20 Introspective 22 Experimental 26 Holistic 30 The Now
  12. You don't want to. Trust me.
  13. My ages of Thematic development (Frontier): 5 Success 8 Modelling 10 Community 13 Introspective 15 Experimental 18 Holistic 21 The Now 24 Verification 28 Mission And soon to become Axiom. I haven't plateaued yet!
  14. Oh, another milestone for this year: My Centre became The Now.
  15. I need to find new things to work on.
  16. Why do we need proof? It's intuitively obvious.
  17. Other developments this year: - reaching transcendent Ni of INFP - overcoming Si of INFP - overcoming Te of INTJ - overcoming gambling - developing the Thematic Hierarchy / experiences with Axiom - developing a model of religion
  18. @eos_nyxia Do you not get the appeal of developmental models? This model is very useful. I've been using it to map out my future, look at areas I need to work on, see how advanced someone is etc.
  19. Because you were seeming to say that what you said contradicts me? Don't worry about it...
  20. @integral "any MBTI type can be at any stage". I said exactly that? You clearly don't get it. Stereotypes? WTF?
  21. I overcame Convention (stage Blue) in 2012. That was a major step. That year was BIG. I've since been out of touch with the world around me. All that darn commonality! I can't relate any more...
  22. You'll be reminded of this day a long time from now.
  23. In the coming years, I will be: a) Completing transcendent Si, which is the final stage of the cognitive hierarchy. This will lead to what is beyond that, which I have termed "reality" b) Overcoming Success. This is a very rare stage. The third of such awakenings. I have also made progress towards this recently. c) Overcoming Te, on the INFP pathway. Not much to be said here. d) Reaching the Axiom stage of the Thematic Hierarchy. I can access this stage already, but I look forward to reaching it more fully. There may be something I'm forgetting.
  24. I recently transitioned from transcendent Te, to transcendent Si, on the INFJ pathway. As transcendent Si involves developmental milestones - special moments such as these - this feels a great time to start this blog. I also overcame ordinary Se. As part of that, I am becoming less interested in drinking alcohol, amongst other things. I am still smoking tobacco, as this is useful for dealing with the medication that I'm on.