- Type: TiNe
- Development: l--l
- Attitude: Adaptive
@tane – But you bring up a curious point (regarding age) and that is.. that we don’t entirely know if there is a necessary baseline adjustment of energetics needed across a person’s lifetime.
For example, it could be that type is real in the way we’re defining here, but all young people will have more Pe by default and all old people will have more Pi by default. So to type properly, we have to factor in/out that baseline maybe. Perhaps something sorta like this:
I don’t know if this is true btw. But it’s an interesting idea.
It would actually not surprise me, as it falls straight in line with how Pe energy is called Puer (latin for child) and Pi energy is called Senex (latin for old man). But this is something we’d need more rigorous statistics to identify, and a closer look at children, which we haven’t read many of.
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