type and the eight cognitive processes. Include descriptions
of what each process looks like within each type. These
breakthrough descriptions will help your clients understand
their complete type pattern in way never before available.
Like the reflections
of trees on the water, descriptions of personality type
patterns are merely reflections of the human patterns of
life. Sometimes these patterns are easy to see in ourselves
and in others. At other times we miss important aspects
of these patterns because they fall in our blind spots and
are "in the shadow."
type code devised by Isabel Myers can be a powerful tool
for explaining individual differences. And while the type
code embodies a simple presentation, it was meant to represent
a "whole" personality pattern. We are more than
the letters or the "sum of our preferences." Once
we realize that we are dynamic and constantly developing,
we are freer to step outside our natural pattern, bridge
communication gaps, and follow our natural instincts for
developing unexplored aspects of ourselves.
Yourself and Others®: An Introduction to the Personality
Type Code presents a first-of-its-kind look at the sixteen
personality types and takes you deep into the richness of
the patterns. You will explore the whole range of cognitive
processes available to you for accessing and gathering information
and for evaluating that information as well as how those
processes play out in your personality in both positive
and negative ways.