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Hrafn
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  • Type: SiFe
  • Development: l-ll
  • Attitude: Adaptive

Probably the most universal and appropriate definition of what self-work and self-development is is to say it is that which you least want to do, but know you should. For a Judgement-axis heavy person, this “work” could lie in learning to let go, to flow, to perceive, for instance.

 

If “self-work” means working on aspects that are “what we least want to do” / our weaknesses.. presumably to achieve some balance, then I would retract my original statement and say that all types can equally do this.

If “self-work” means attaining a better state of acceptance and equanimity, then often the Ekhart Tolle route (P-lead) is idealized, and J-ness is opposite to that.

If “self-work” means stop being lazy, adopt a responsibility, make an impact, do something with your life — then the Je route is idealized.

Well-clarified–I agree with all this.

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