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00:09 Hey guys, CS Joseph here. Welcome to Season 18 cognitive mechanics, we’re gonna be discussing the third cognitive access today also known as spear and bow. And I will admit that my show notes are completely destroyed and lost and accidentally disappeared. I have no idea where they are.
So but that’s okay, because I know the content well enough that I shouldn’t really need notes. Anyway. That being said, I would like to start off with a quick announcement. The how to parent lectures season 23 Episode Three is about to drop for the apprentice membership.
I highly recommend you guys get involved the how to parent series, we have one more episode of pedagogues to drop for season 14. And then we’re going to be going really deep into season 23 for the apprentice level again, and then coming back to season 14, again, maybe even doing a mix up here and there. But I’m just giving you guys a heads up that this is a thing. And you might want to check this out or potentially upgrade to get into the parenting series.
I think this particular lecture was a little bit more to the point but I think it gave some practical examples as to how to help people parent and TJs hashtag commercial over. That being said, we’re doing our usual cognitive mechanics rigamarole with our trusty whiteboard right now. So and while I’m actually preparing, said whiteboard, I am going to actually say hello to some of you in the chat and remind you all of our oh my gosh, the cat get like stuck into the bathroom right now. I hope not.
I’m gonna remind you that we have a q&a session at the end of this presentation. For those of you in the live chat. Please do your best to withhold your questions until that q&a session, lest I find myself like, I don’t know, getting distracted. But I mean, if you have to ask a question, then go ahead and ask I mean, I’m not gonna get all upset about it.
So yeah. Okay. The third apparently, I have really bad handwriting. It’s not that y’all are surprised about that in the least.
All right. So here we go. Third, cognitive axes. And yeah, Wafi ate my homework.
That’s true. Although my dog has changed homes. He’s now my father in law’s emotional support animal, which is pretty cool. So yeah, that’s, that’s definitely a thing.
And yeah, time started a walk. Okay. Let’s see who’s here tonight. All right.
Okay, cool. All right. So third, cognitive axis speriamo. Yeah, handwriting is awful.
But the thing is, I mean, if your se inferior, most se inferiors just assume they have awful handwriting when the reality situation is there probably a better handwriting than they realize. But that’s just like another thing. Okay, so season 18. We’ve been discussing cognitive mechanics on a regular basis, at least in terms of these private lectures and then getting folks out in the email to see this.
By the way, guys, if you want to get a chance to be in the live chat for season 18 just become an initiate member and least or is an apprentice initiate member has access to view them. Is it an Prentice that is able to actually participate in live chat. I don’t remember it’s a membership tier so become, you know, whatever membership tier that is to be able to see it and have access to it there have pretty awesome. But anyway, we’ve been discussing all of the different components of cognitive mechanics, like cognitive transitions, cognitive axes, eventually we’re gonna be talking about cognitive orbit and actually doing a deep dive I have into cognitive orbit in the near future in the coming months, because there are four different cognitive orbits, and we haven’t really discussed them very much.
And it represents an entirely new way to interpret the Type grid as well. It’s, it’s fantastic, it’s amazing. I’m very much looking forward to getting all of us present for you know, cognitive orbit. But let’s, you know, talk a little bit more about cognitive axis as well.
So, the third cognitive axis is known as spear and bow, which is also known as Introverted Feeling versus extroverted thinking, or TE, right. And the reason for that is that f fi, and Te are on an axis with each other, which means what affects one really affects the other. And this is also the first decision making decision making axis, right? It’s all about decision making decision making axis, we would like the first or second axis was talking about perceptions. That’s like, gathering information, right? Where it’s all about info gathering, info gathering, for perception, right? So perception functions are is all about how you see the world basically.
Whereas judgment functions, also known as decision making functions is all about, what do you do with that information, basically, right. So at the end of the day, if you really want to get down to like the union aspect about it, decision making, access is all about judgments about your judgment, how you judge things, how you make decisions about things, right. And spirit bow is, you know, half the people on the planet utilize spear and bow and their egos for decision making. And it’s pretty awesome.
And because the presence of the Trickster function, you end up actually really only having access to three of the four total judgment functions within your head, because you have a trickster function, or you have a demon function, and it’s just so low, you’re not really going to use it very well until you either develop your demon function or develop a trickster function, but that takes an entire lifetime. So the majority of your life, you really only have access to the first two in your ego. And then as you start to develop, you get access to the other ones. And when you start developing your personal wisdom, and going into your shadow, etc.
to, you know, when you’re using when you’re developing the shadow side of your mind, also known as your unconscious, you gain access to the other decision making functions. That’s what I’m saying. And within cognitive development, there’s a component in there for cognitive orbit, but I’m not really going to talk about that, although I have been discussing cognitive orbit somewhat within the context of season 23, because the parenting lectures, and it’s one of the reasons why I pushed back season 23 A little bit even already started because we were a little behind in season 18 cognitive mechanics, and I really wanted to catch us up to cognitive orbits, so that season 23 becomes a little bit more relevant, right? And that’s why I did that. But be that as it may, from a mechanics point of view, it’s really important that you understand the distinction between perception functions and judgment functions, judgment functions, our TI Fe or fit how a person makes decisions or judges the world around them based on the information or perceptions that they have.
Essentially. 08:57 I am going to take a photo of what I am doing right now and then I’m going to text that to Railgun because she’s at work right now. And that way she understands that I am live right now because I think she forgot. Anyway.
So but right now I’m sure everyone’s asking like okay, Chase, that’s great. Why are we calling it spear in bow? Like why is that? The reason why is when it comes to extroverted thinking let’s let’s actually talk about extroverted thinking. And this is going to be kind of a fun lecture because I’m gonna make lots of drawings and I’m going to make fun of people in the live chat. So I’m going to start making fun of Marcelino and Cayman and Candice present today.
So we’re going to actually draw you guys in here. So who’s, who’s it gonna be? There’s gonna be, we’re gonna we’re gonna put Candace in here. So, Candace, let’s see here. Let’s see, Candace, here’s K Candice.
Okay, so we have Candace in play now. We’re gonna give her some, I don’t know some cool hair of some kind, although it’s probably not the best color. But I don’t know, maybe maybe she just had her hair done. Maybe it’s a maybe it’s red hair.
I don’t know. It’s possible. It’s possible and we’re gonna give her a smiley face. We got Candace in the house, all right.
But then we’re going to have Cayman and then we’re going to have Marcelino and then we’re going to have let’s see, we got anthrax over here. We got we got anthrax. We got Marsiling. Now we came in, okay.
Yeah. All right. So thank you all for participating in the board today. fajita hair.
Okay, that’s not fajita hair. Although, if if you really if you really need that, I’ll just say that you’re over 9000 And we’ll call that good. Ronald McDonald. You don’t need to say that.
It’s like really mean okay? Like no. So, but Candice is over 9000 right now. So, yeah. Yes.
Candace over 9000. So she’s over 9000. And right now she has basically her FY and her t. So what does that t actually doing? Well, let’s look at what that T is doing.
It is having a grand old time. Mm hmm. Yes. sucking in all those amazing thoughts from all these guys, all these thoughts, all these wonderful ideas and things.
And then it’s going into her brain like this Re and then it’s coming out of her brain very over here. And then over here, we have this amazing apparatus. So I’m probably really bad at drawing this apparatus here. But I will do my best.
So basically, we have going this way and going this way. And then we have this year this year. And then we have this year this year. And we have a plate here and we have a plate here.
And this is our scale. Okay, we have a scale. And her Fy is weighing out right. Okay, so then we have a scale and she’s efiling positive and negative based on all of the information that she has gathered from Marcelino and anthrax and came in.
Okay. And predominantly, this is how spear and bow basically works. But why is it called a bow? Well, if you look at let’s actually like look at like, like an actual bow here. Let’s put a bow here, you know, bow and arrow, etc.
So yeah, we have a bow and arrow. Okay, cool. It’s a really terrible bow and arrow, I know okay, but this bow and arrow basically represents Hey, every single arrow you know, she’s she’s shooting an arrow at these guys basically a a an inquiry of how do you know question mark? Okay, how do you know every time a te user asks you How do you know that or how do you know this? They’re shooting an arrow at you basically so she’s got her little arrows there her How do you know arrows coming out right here how do you know how do you know another arrow to came and said right here poor guy. How do you know that came in and his ti Trickster is just like oh man I don’t know.
I don’t know. Well, how do you know that? Kansas is like how do you know that? You know because Kansas she’s got she’s got to eat various she’s nine FP you got came in and Marcelino they’re both ENFPs and you got anthrax, you know, is T eyes or whatnot? No, well, we’re not getting ducks. We’re not we’re not putting a duck over here. Besides, I don’t think I can even draw a duck.
Actually, maybe I can make that can draw a duck. So alright, there’s our there’s our duck. Okay, no, we’re not doing that. We’re not doing the duck.
Anyway. So the point is, lots of arrows. It’s all about how do you know this? This is what Te is. Okay, so you got to see Extraverted Thinking as this thing where it’s a ranged arranged move.
It’s like, it’s like you’re tuning in to what other people are thinking just like an extroverted feeling thing is almost ranged. That’s why it’s a maze because a maze is like it’s long it’s range, it can hit multiple We’ll sides because it’s spherical. And it’s like a giant hammer basically. But again, it’s a range thing and the surface area of the mace, it’s blunt, it’s not very precise.
Like the sword is a sword cuts, and it’s pretty precise, you know, for the TI sword. Effie is a maze. And it’s got a lot of surface area that the maze can actually impact IT center for Extraverted Feeling which we’ll talk about a little bit on the next lecture. But for bow or te Extraverted Thinking is a bow because you could shoot multiple arrows, pop pop, pop going, Legolas style, you know what I’m saying? Or maybe Robin Hood style with their T and those those arrows are basically mental signals being sent out by Candice is brain which has over 9000.
And to the point where she’s like, coming to a realization where she literally knows what everyone else is thinking around her. It’s literally Okay guys, I’m gonna say this, but you’re just gonna have to get it. So you remember how I talked about how N E equals prescients? Right? prescients also known as pre cognition, right? Well, t equals telepathy. Okay, telepathy, ti extroverted thinking is literally telepathy.
So if you’re an extroverted thinker, you’re a telepath. If you’re an extroverted intuitive, right, you are a you know, and an FE equals Empath, okay, so you have telepaths you have empaths Okay, right. You know, Introverted Sensing is more of just like strength, etc. You know, and then Ni is like force of will.
And then, right, and then you have what’s the other few superpowers because I like I like using superpowers. For each of the functions, whatnot, there’s a couple other ones but Introverted Sensing is like strength and endurance, like super strength and go to the introverted sensors, right? And FYI, is the is the same path. Right? They’re the same path. And then you have the SE user, right, the SE user equals, like, cautious when they pick up a physical object.
And they know, I always have always forget what it is. It’s like psychokinesis or something like that. I I always forget it. But it’s this thing where they picked up an object and they know the entire history of the object itself.
So the the object memory thing, yes, came in. Thank you. So anyway, so you got to understand that if you’re a TI user, you’re a telepath. That’s just you just always know what other people are thinking.
Right? And that’s great, because that enables you to figure out because it’s on axis because, you know, let’s, let’s actually like kind of erase the board here. Oh, there goes the duck. Sorry. Oh, there goes the bow.
Oops. Yep. And then all this stuff here. Right.
And no, we’re we’re racing right now. Yes. Good. Okay.
So, so yeah, T is telepathy, right? Telepathy, and then we have sympathy up here, right? Sympathy so in order to get sympathy right and sympathy really comes from this process of FYI right here 18:40 weighing things out. Right. So Candice is extracting all the thoughts because she’s a thought vampire who is a telepath that she’s aware of where everything that’s in came and said, which I guess since he’s ti trickster that that may present some difficulty for Candace, even if her telepathy being over 9000 at this point. Same thing with Marcelino but anthrax, he’s in the house.
He’s ti user. It’s all good. Anthrax got that he’s got on lockdown. And she just starts locking in on anthrax.
And she’s like, Ooh, what do you know? And she’s going over there asking him questions. Well, how do you know this? Well, how you know that, etc. And then it’s able she’s able to use her telepathy to build a matrix within herself of everything that anthrax knows. And once she’s extracted, everything with her rationale or her telepathy, telepathy also equals rationale, okay.
Right. And then it becomes weighed out, and it becomes weighed out. So then it’s sent here to the FBI, right? And then it’s weighed. weighed out with FYI.
Okay. And then she’s like, okay, I can feel or I can value. Okay, I can feel I can value or this is This is good. This is bad, right? She’s able to make these judgments based on the information that she’s extracted from the heads of Cayman Marcelino and Anthrax, right.
So yes, psychometry Thank you, David Taylor, it was psychometry. Extroverted sensing is psychometry. Thank you. I appreciate that.
So, yes. So yes, so she uses her telepathy just like any te user came in, he uses his telepathy. He’s also looking at anthrax. Right now he’s shooting his little telepathic arrows over with his bow right, to anthrax and extracting those thoughts and then came in is coming to his own value judgments or how he feels about what Anthrax is thinking.
And he is also doing this other thing, rationale, what is rational also do it compares, compares, is weighing out right? The comparison? Is the weighing it out, right? And comparing data comparing thoughts. So Candace is over here with CMA. And she is literally comparing what everybody thinks about a particular subject, right? Where everyone is, and she’s comparing it, and then because she’s comparing it, she’s weighing it out. And what has more value, what has more value to me, right, based on what these three gentlemen are telling Candice and her overnight 1000s red hair super saiyan state? Because she’s just past two per se and blue and became Super Saiyan.
Red for some reason. I don’t know, take it up with a curatorial man. So, the bottom line is, is that this is literally how FYI works. It’s all about weighing out everyone else’s thinking.
And then once she has made a decision on like, okay, Yay, it’s good. Yay. And then she will apply it to her own self and it becomes an FYI principle, or an FYI, value, a personal value, right? Or a standard, basically write a standard web in which she will live her life basically at this point, right? No, it is not Ultra instinct. No, it’s not.
I think Ultra instinct is kind of like Introverted Sensing. 22:41 Just saying. Why Wow, did we really discuss that much anime on the show? 22:52 I, I don’t know Candice, but that’s a good point. Um, so anyway, so this is literally how fit works inside of its axis.
This this just this is literally so there’s actually another way to look at it as well. So let’s go down here. Let’s look at it this way. And this is the a traditional example that I’ve used here a lot on the show.
So this time, we’re gonna get Mr. Marcelino in the house. All right. So we got we got Marcelino right here.
And he’s got his bow right here. And he’s, he’s ready to kick ass. So this is uh, this is Marcelino. He’s got his Scott his I don’t know his.
His Seahawks hat on. Alright, cool. Marcelino you’ve just become a Seahawks hat. Seahawks fan.
Alright, so we got Marcelino in the house, even Scott Seahawks color right now too. I mean, this is great. So we’re gonna perfect. So we got Marcelino.
So then we have a table. And then we have another table. And then we have another table. And then we have another table and then we have another table.
And then we have another table. And he’s like, Okay, I got my my arrow going over at this table right? You know, and he’s got his arrow and then we got this arrow here and then here and I’m just drawing arrows right now hold on. Obviously we’re drawing arrows Okay, cool. So at these tables, but then he’s got these other people that he’s extracting thoughts.
From 25:06 sitting at these tables This is why Te users love networking so much because they have so much people. But here’s the thing, there’s other people 25:21 at these tables you got we got people all over the place. So let’s just imagine that there’s a ton of dudes standing in a straight line behind every single table, et cetera. But it’s a lot of people and he’s got his extroverted thinking it’s got his bow and he’s gonna shoot is his little thought it’s little thought piercing arrows around everywhere and create a little telepathic tunnel between him and all these people at the same time, and he’s going to assess everyone’s thinking around him, you know? Yes, thank you for the frying pan.
Joke. Okay. So he’s cool. He’s got it.
And then we come down here, and then everything is true, and false, and true. And false. And true. And false.
T FTFTF. Okay, true, false, true, false, true, false. Now, some of these people, let’s say he’s like, Okay, up scratch you your true scratch you your false scratch you your true, scratch you your false scratch you your false scratch you your false scratch you your true, scratch you your true scratch you your true scratch you your true scratch you your false scratch you your true, scratch you, your false scratch you, you’re true. And he takes all of this data, and it’s added up inside of his head.
And then he weighs it out with his little scale, etc. that he has, as well. And then it equals out to be true. Why? Because the majority of all of these people said true.
And he’s making his decision based on consensus. Consensus, that’s the other way to look at rationale is consensus. This is especially a problem when you’re dealing with a te child, or a te inferior because they lack Introverted Thinking so much. If they’re a te parent or a te hero, it’s not as big of a deal.
But it’s really a big of a deal with extroverted thinking child and extra thinking inferior. Because if you’re just one person, like say, you’re in a relationship with them, and they’re and you’re just one person telling them something, they’re not going to listen to you. Because their telepathy is just me like, Well, how do you know that? How do you know that? How do you know that? The thing is, is that you’re not able to help them come to a decision about a moral problem that they have, because their principles are not going to change until you bring in more people within like potentially a romantic relationship. Let’s say you’re complaining about your husband and he’s a te child or a te inferior and he’s not listening to you.
So you have to publicly shame him by talking about that private matter with him with multiple people and getting all of their opinions so that all those people especially like if he’s an ESFP because he lives in the moment all those people have to tell him the exact same thing at the same time so that his brain reaches consensus so that at that point he’s actually willing to listen to his wife and realize that he’s actually in the wrong okay. So yes, it’s the old expert thinking survey right? And this in order to conduct the survey, you have to fire multiple arrows hit multiple targets, this is why the bow is symbolizing extroverted thinking now from an Introverted Feeling standpoint, the other way around it’s actually more of a spear. So look at it this way. And this is another way of looking at reaching consensus.
Okay. The spear all right so we’re gonna draw we’re gonna draw spear now All right, so came in you’re up bro. This this is not this is not going to work. This is not came in sphere.
29:40 We’re going to do it right we’re going to do cavemen spear correctly. Came in spear his FYI rainbow spear. That’s where I came in. You got your ePHI rainbow spear came from the bottom of the ocean.
29:56 And Captain Jack Sparrow had to save it. All right all right. And little tiny handle wrap here, you know I’m saying it’s got a spear right? All right, don’t don’t each table can represent different premises different topics entirely, but the comparison is still being made to reach consensus. Alright, so we got we got caimans rainbow spear here.
So can pretty good very unicorn ish. We got this going on. Nice. I know you guys just absolutely love to watch me.
You know, paint fun pictures for all of us. And in fact, I’m even going to draw another spear on the side here, which I just failed that sorry. fell out again still failing up. I can’t I just don’t care after so many failures.
31:16 Yeah, sucks. I’ll just fill it in, shaded in because why not? 31:26 Alright, Rainbow spirit thing, but then we’re going to put a little knife, jagged edge thing. Coming off. Okay, alright, so there we go.
And what FY does from the f5 point of view. Whereas T is using the bow, if Fy is going to be initiating this thing on the bow. Fy is going to gather up those ideas by sticking all of those ideas at the end of the FYI, at the end of the spear every time. Okay, you see what I just did there? Right? All right.
So it’s all about sticking a bunch of ideas. It’s like, you know, when you’re when you’re spear fishing, and whatnot, and every fish you catch with your spear is an idea, right? It’s an idea. The thing is, is that it’s attached to your values you are picking which instead of serving with t, which is primarily what like a a t hero or a T parent would do. If you have an FY parents or an FY hero, it’s backwards.
So instead, you have a spear that you’re using with your FY, and the T is actually really on the end and you’re spearing all the fish that you value. You see a lot of fish around you. You see a lot of ideas around you lots of fish, right? I mean, come on. I have to draw a fish here.
Okay. Yeah, okay, I’m drawing a fish. There’s a fish. Oh, God, another fish.
Oh, God, another fish, right? Because you’re spearing multiple fish. But you’re only spearing specific fish. Let’s say there’s like, five or six different kinds of fish. Let’s say we got a, we have a blue fish, right? We have a green fish, right.
And then we have red fish. But you the fi user, you only value red fish. So using your FYI, spirits only stab the red fish that are in front of you, right? This is how ePHI works, right? Yes, for stickman did get stuck. Yes.
So this is literally how the FBI spear works. This is why it’s known as the spear because when you’re doing it from the perspective of FYI, as your starting point on the axis, you’re choosing which ideas you already value ahead of time, instead of starting the survey and collecting everybody’s ideas, and then determining a value from it. But if you’re doing the spear, you’re already front loading the value or the principle you have, and you’re just trying to collect new ideas with your extroverted thinking with maybe a smaller survey, or only getting specific ideas or specific data points to help you have a better standard a better principle. It’s like when you’re doing research, and it’s like I have to do fitness research.
I already know a lot because I’ve done survey after survey after survey of all the people I know and all these books that I’ve read throughout my T survey, but there’s only just a few pieces missing. And I don’t want to spend time reading every book in the library because I’m not going to be able to read every book in library who has time for that and a lot of that would be complete waste of time. So I’m only going to look at some pretend to be like Tai Lopez and thumbed through this book. to only find the specific ideas, I’m looking forward to complete my theory, or to complete my system, or to complete my way of doing things, right with my FY spear.
So I’m gonna go into this book and I’m going to spear out that idea that I want, oh, there’s another one I want I’m gonna spray that when I was another red fish or another red fish idea, I spirit that one great. And then you take it away, instead of conducting this huge ass survey with your te. Although te users who are te parent and T here a will rely more on the survey. Whereas an FYI here or an FYI parent will rely more on the spear approach.
Do you guys see what I’m saying? Am I making any sense here? No, please. Oh my gosh, the guy that literally said psychometry is now talking about Dr. Seuss. And my n e told me he would be the guy to mention, Dr.
Seuss. This is why I put in a green fish. I was trying to avoid that. Apparently, it didn’t go over so well.
Okay. So anyway, is literally the mechanics of how the third axis works. Rationale rationale, helps you survey. So you can create a consensus and make a decision based on the consensus of data that you have gathered, okay, for information that you have gathered.
So that you can create a standard based on all the information you’ve surveyed with your te with your bow, basically. Or if you’ve already conducted a survey, or you’re not interested in doing a survey, then you use your spear to go find out what go find precisely which ideas you actually do value. Right. This is how it works.
Super mega important that you guys understand this distinction. Why? Because in your personal growth, okay. And your own personal growth as people if you are a high te user, if you’re a te hero or a te parent, extra thing hero parents, so if you’re a es tj and tj, I am TJ is TJ, it’s your responsibility, you guys are amazing at surveys. But in order for you to develop your subconscious to develop the other side’s your mind, you need to actually figure out what your actual values, what your actual principles are, so that you can actually pull out the spear every now and then and find out what ideas you actually value so that you could take more responsibility, and then be more precise.
It’s also what stops you from getting in analysis paralysis, right, super important. For you ePHI heroes and UEFI parents, however, you guys need to actually take the time and have the patience to conduct surveys more often, instead of just picking and choosing ideas that you like. Because at that point is much as you accuse ti users of having an echo chamber in their own heads based on you know, thoughts that they want to hear, based on ideas, they only want to listen to ideas that they want to hear, you’re doing the same thing by cherry picking a dot ideas that that already support your personal value system, instead of being confronted with an entirely different value system that may conflict with yours. And after you’ve taken that survey, and you realize there’s consensus and that consensus is already against your pre existing value system, you would have to actually admit that you would have to change your value system.
And then that would mean you’d actually have to do something all but I’m not in the mood to do that, right. It’s super important that you understand the difference between spear and bow and you understand how and when to use which of these mental tools to get you where you need to go. It is absolutely critical that you understand where to take them. You can be picky and choose the red fish.
Choose the specific ideas that fit your own personal narrative. You’re on Te narrative. You’re on Te standard that you created after your survey or whatever right or a standard that you already had based on how you were already feeling regardless of your survey. Either way, you as an fit user are open to ignorance.
You’re at risk of being ignorant, FYI, heroes FYI parents if you’re being choosy about which ideas you consider and a allowed to integrate with your value system, you are at risk of choosing ideas that only fit your narrative and fit your personal principles, which can lead to your principles because you’re showing favoritism to ideas. That means you’re at risk of being ignorant. Because if you don’t consider ideas that completely fly in the face of your own personal value system, you are at risk of ignorance. And you think you’re being wise by choosing you know, the ideas with your spear that fits your value system, you think you’re being wise, when the reality of the situation is, you’re being ignorant, and you’re potentially increasing the ignorance of the world because you’re doing that.
Conversely, high te users with Te hero and Te parent, if you’re going to rely on surveys all the time, do you actually have your own value system? Are you actually developing your own principles and your own values and your own standards? Or are you just gonna keep queering and polling everybody around you and outsourcing your thinking to those people all the time. 41:12 I’m not saying that an FY here or an FY parent can do this, because they definitely do do it, especially the older they get. But I’m just talking about it’s more of a primary versus secondary role between FY heroes, FY parents, compared to Te heroes, and Te parents understand that you’re also at risk of being ignorance, because you’re not willing to actually take a stand. How many times do you see ISTJ is constantly queering people.
And they always take for credit for things that they said in the past. But when it really actually matters in the moment, they never actually take responsibility and make the claim that yeah, they never actually put forth their value system. And they’re trying to protect their f5 child. And they’re like, Oh, well, I’m not going to admit that I care about that, because I don’t want to look bad.
So they end up keep querying people for information. They keep surveying people for information, they keep trying to get consensus from others. And they will only say something if the if their value system matches that consensus. Wow.
It’s absolutely ridiculous. It’s completely ridiculous anthrax, if you want to go ahead and just do it’s fine. Man, you could share it, it’s all good. But you literally can’t do this, guys.
You have to grow up. Fit users, you have to grow up. If you want me and ti user to like not be biased. Stop being biased with your little spear choosing which ideas the spear is biased because you are cherry picking which ideas which may or may not fit your value system.
And if you’re only choosing the ideas that will fit your value system, you’re actually being biased. And that’s why FYI, users, especially FYI, heroes, and parents are the most biased of all the types, even though they’re the first people to complain about bias. Wow. So annoying.
But that’s what happens. Is TJs are, like I said, are afraid to take the position because they don’t want to have the consensus. You know, change their value system. They don’t want to have to take a stand and put their value system forward because they haven’t spent enough time defining for themselves what their value system actually is.
It’s even harder for FIA inferiors, right. That’s why FIA inferiors would rather listen to what other people tell them and outsource their thinking so that they are at less risk of being seen as a bad person. So they put all the responsibility on the group. That’s t here’s a T parents hero time, they put all the thinking responsibility from the group, and they outsource their thinking to the group.
I’m not saying that FYI, heroes and parents don’t do it. They still do it. But it’s a secondary rewards primary for T heroes and T parents. And it’s a set and it’s a pariah.
And it’s a secondary role for Te heroes and parents to use their spear to cherry pick ideas to cherry pick ideas that they’re biased. I’m still saying fit users are still more biased than ti Fe users. I’m still saying that. But I’m also saying the FYI heroes an FYI, parents are still more biased than the T heroes and the T parents if we’re going to compare the TI users apples to apples.
You see, the only bias a TI user has is by having preferred input. Preferred input from other te users. What they what they want to hear what they want to hear from error. That’s the only time they’re biased otherwise, they’re actually really objective.
If they’re not doing that preferred favoritism towards what input they’re getting from Te users, because x ray thinking is all about input and providing input. Okay? Remember, guys remember this model? I’ve said it before, and I’ve said it multiple times. I don’t say it again, okay? Using the rainbow, T, EA, okay. And then it goes to t i, and then it goes to f e.
And then it goes to FY. Okay, what does that mean? We have rationale for the survey, and then we have logic, right? Then we have ethics. And then we have morals, right? Which reality is look at it this way. Data in for information.
Wait a minute, this is getting into that. information, data pyramid, oh, output. Oh, but that’s not it. It actually is knowledge, knowledge.
And then we have wisdom. Okay. And data. Look at it this way.
Input, process, output. And feedback. Everyone’s always talking about feedback, I want to give you good feedback. That’s an FYI user.
If they say the word feedback, you’re talking, FYI. Okay, output is an FE thing. It’s knowledge. Okay, information, you need information to process things and ti processes.
And it needs data to process with. So that’s why Te provides the input. Ti users being biased in that they’re choosing what they prefer, what data they prefer to listen to when they process. But Te and fit user, FYI, is bias with what it prefers, what it what ideas, it values, before it creates input to give to a TI user.
So that’s where its bias is. Okay. So bias exists here. And bias exists here.
But because bias over here is based on the subjective system of values, it’s technically more subjective, whereas this is objective. Ti is objective. Now, te can be objective, as well. How? Well process of survey, it’s the survey practices, are they following best survey practices? Are they being responsible in their survey? Do they have controls? Right? That’s how te becomes objective.
Okay, so te can be objective. But Te is still a consensus. It’s still based on consensus. And even though it’s the objective function to the FYI, subjectivity, and subjective is here for Fe for TI fe.
And then FYI, is subjective as well, because its values. Still, yes, Te is an it can be an objective function. But because ti still is based on facts, kind of like a machine, it’s like a CPU, it’s just machine machine language, it still means that ti Fe users technically more objective, but just barely compared to a TI EFI user. That’s not to say that a TI EFI user can’t be objective, that can’t be objective, if they’re managing their tea properly, and how they’re using their surveys, et cetera.
Fe is definitely subjective, because it’s whether or not the knowledge that has been produced by Ti is, and you heard it here, folks, is it accepted? Is it accepted by others? Now, if yours affiliative in there, and it goes against the affiliative won’t be accepted? So it doesn’t mean if it’s true, and it’s accurate, it could still be rejected by people as well, because it doesn’t fit their little affiliative or their social narrative, okay, which could also potentially corrupt the FYI value system, which lends it to its subjectivity as well. This is why F functions are subjective. T functions are objective, but ti because it’s the introverted function is still more objective than te And FYI, you know, because It’s values, whatnot. And it’s at the end wisdom, however, is the more objective form of the subjectivity of FYI, that’s probably really confusing, but I had to break it down into small tiny pieces for you folks to understand exactly where spearing bow actually fit into this model.
All right. So yeah, is it ethically viable? Yes. Well said well said came in. So we’re gonna move down here now and everyone’s favorite part of these lectures 50:39 Okay, all right.
So let’s let’s write some sentences I don’t value what you think why do you think that is good? Okay, let’s say I am not in the mood. For your stupid. Okay. That’s it.
That’s an interesting one. I believe this is a good thing I feel bad that they think I do. Bad work. Okay.
Yeah. Let’s take a look. I don’t value what you think. I don’t value.
That’s FY. What you think that’s te. Okay. Why do you think that is good? That’s te Why do you think I’m not in the mood for you’re stupid? You’re stupid.
That’s te label. Okay. I believe this is I believe this. This is Te okay.
I feel bad that they think I do bad work. They think I do bad work. Wait. 53:02 They think I so? They think right.
Te, right. That is good. So why do you think that is good. That’s an FYI statement.
I am not in the mood. That’s an FY statement is a good thing. That’s an FY statement. I feel bad.
That’s an FY statement. I do bad work. Another FY statement. See how they chained together.
Folks, this is proof right here that our very language and our sentences expresses the cognition coming right out of our egos. It’s literally how it goes. It’s a straight up fit e cognitive axis, the third cognitive axis, according to cognitive mechanics here in season 18. These sentences are just examples of how you can literally translate people’s words into cognitive functions.
You can literally take this and make an AI system to crawl all of social media and psychoanalyze people by a quadra, for example, as well as other parameters, I’m sure to at least at a minimum, identify their Quadra and eventually, with additional data that you can gather from other vectors to determine and psychoanalyze their type in real time. As a result of doing this, you could even introduce external stimuli and market to that person run ads, et cetera, specifically to get you know, a chance for them to to elicit a certain response. You could even set up a bot to talk to them. And it could be a sales bot.
Or it could be for illicit purposes or it could be for good purposes. It could be charity doesn’t matter. You can literally ego hack somebody with an AI system that is aware of these concepts? It’s not that hard. Okay.
That’s just reality. Anyway, folks, this concludes the season eight team cognitive mechanics, the third axis spear and bow It is now time to begin our question and answer session in relating to this lecture, please go ahead and state your questions in the live chat regarding fit E. I’d appreciate that. Pretty cool whiteboard on I’ll put it back up for you guys.
Ti child God Complex, actually, you know what, er, you bring up a good point, I actually got into a huge argument last night with ti child. And they’re trying to tell me that, like, for example, they’re trying to tell me what their religious beliefs and they’re trying to tell me through biblical scripture, because I get in debates about this all the time. That’s why I’m so good at understanding biblical scriptures. So that I can, you know, go toe to toe with those super Christians out there who like the Bible thump, or these people who, you know, try to ruin other people’s lives with their bullshit church tradition by trying to tell other people that they’re in sin when the reality situation, they’re not in sin.
And they’re trying to tell me what the definition of sexual immorality was. And I’m like, Ah, you’re not defining it properly. So I actually pulled out so many references, and so many resources and so many articles, and have so much different information, regardless of bias, positive or negative, and, and neutral, and provide all of those that ti child that moment and completely and utterly overwhelmed that ti child to the point where they literally had to get off the phone, and go spend some time thinking about what I said, only for them to later except what I said was the case, and that they were completely wrong. So yes, ti child can and will budge, but you have to be willing to overwhelm that ti with such amazing input and collected objectively.
So that that ti cannot deny what you’re saying to them. All right. So Marcelino is in here. Thank you, sir, for being with us.
You mentioned that having controls during te surveys is one way to survey responsibly. What do you mean? What that means is, is that when you’re conducting your surveys, and you’re asking people a question, don’t ask your questions in such a way, where they’re forced to give a certain kind of answer to fit your narrative to fit your value system. Ask them questions in such a way where you maintain neutrality. Try domain neutrality with your surveys and asking people questions, so that there is an equal chance of them providing you an affirmative or a negative basically, or disagree, or agree or disagree as a result of your survey, when you’re surveying people, okay? Because, and then take note of the people who disagree with you and be willing to ask why they disagree with you.
So you can find out a little bit more, so maybe your surveys wrong. So you can reserve a basically. So yeah. But yeah, and control is is you do run the same survey, again, with different people.
And if you if you had your first survey where you had to ask the question a certain way, ask the same question, but in in the opposite way. And see if you still get the same results. If you get the same results, you know, you’re on something, if you get different results, either the topic or the questions are wrong, or the survey itself is corrupted, you have to start over. But you need to have the patience to do that.
It’s really, really important. That’s why I like tea parents, because T parents are usually really responsible in that area, because that’s the power of t parent being responsible. So could you sell a phrase that a philosopher would say using all of their cognition? Yes, hold on. There’s another question.
James markins in the house to FYI, users have an easier time asking things or favors of people than ti users? Yes, absolutely. They do. Because ti users have extroverted feeling and Extraverted Feeling carries the risk of self deprecation. And they end up often feeling bad if they need to.
ask other people for help. Now if an FE user is combined with like an SI inferior in the case of an NTP, there is a habit that Benjamin Franklin an NTP created, where he’s like, Hey, if you ask somebody for a favor, you’re more likely that they will give you additional favors later because he understood the pride of fellow Fe users and how he could take advantage of them in that particular moment. Which is just a recommendation from Benjamin Franklin from a social engineering standpoint. So keep that in mind as well.
Could you show a phrase that a philosopher would say using all of their cognition? 1:00:39 Okay. Okay. Okay, I got one, here it is. Use black ink Why do you want me to believe that it is a good idea for me to cheat on my wife.
Question mark. Okay. So let’s break that down. Why do you want me? Okay? 1:01:41 That is an E.
All right. To believe that, that is t. That is a good idea. This is FYI.
Right? There you go. There’s a full sentence for you. Why do you want me to believe that is a good idea for me to cheat on my wife, as a philosopher sentence right there. Okay.
When communicating with extroverted thinking, use I think statements when competing with Fe use, I feel statements. That is correct Blue Ox. It’s a form of social engineering, if you just changed your words slightly, if you just change your words, you know is that you will get you elicit a certain kind of response based on their ego. So if you can type them with a type grade, and you know what their ego is, or a minimum know what their Quadra is, you don’t even have to know what their actual type is.
But if you know what their Quadra is, you, you can change this all the time. And this happens to me all the time, even in my own marriage, in order sometimes to get Railgun, my ESTP wife to listen to me more, instead of saying, I think, or making statements around her all ask te questions. Well, how do you know that? Right? I’ll just immediate I’ll just switch on her. Or I’ll be like, I don’t believe that.
It. When I when I say I don’t believe that which really, I’m saying my TI parents saying I don’t think that but I’m making it come out as Te critic saying, I don’t believe that. And it causes her to like, instantly rethink her position when I’m like, I don’t believe that. Or when I’m trying to make her feel good.
And like, I believe this about you, I believe this good thing about you, right? It’s how I emulate fit for her benefit, right? Granted, she’s not as skilled as being able to change her words for my benefit, but she’s getting there. But it is possible, especially if you know that the science exists and how you can just adjust your words on the fly to elicit responses. Because if you change your words on the fly, specifically for the benefit of the other person’s cognition, you’re literally doing How to Win Friends and Influence People from Dale Carnegie. It’s not that hard, folks, it’s not that hard.
Because it’s not that hard. And now that I’ve taught you how to do it, your responsibility to do it might want to pay attention, right? You know, other times I tell her, I’m not in the mood for that. What I’m really saying is I just I just don’t want to do that, or, or I’m not comfortable that but sometimes I’ll be like, I’m not in the mood for that as if I’m an fi user, or I’ll say I don’t value that or I really value you or yeah, I’m in the mood for that. Even though that’s not really who I actually end but I say it for her benefit, right? To make your marriage better.
That is very loving, for anyone to do when they’re in a relationship. Okay, try to translate your words for your audience, folks. It’s so important. Okay.
All right. Yes, you can easily insult a philosopher you can insult anyone just by A putting together you know things like I’ve, I’ve literally gone up to like one time I just to kind of like assert dominance over like his en TJ woman that was being really rapey towards me in a bar situation. And she came up to me and introduced herself because she wants to like, take me home and whatnot. I’m like, I asked her.
So, could you explain to me why you believe you’re not a bad person? I hit her hero, and I hit her inferior in the face right at the moment, like, instantly. And because it’s her Inferior function that caused like an extreme amount of pain in her. Right. And I’m like, Yeah, I mean, that’s what she get.
Like, I wanted Dara to get away from me because she was coming off, like super rapey towards me, and I’m just like, No, get away. You know? So I’m like, explain to me why you explained to me, that’s integrated sense and give me the experience. You know, explain to me why you believe te believe her belief that you aren’t being a bad person right now. FYI, inferior guy.
Simple, simple as that. Okay. Okay. Yeah, fair enough.
I think I’ve been able to I think I’ve been able to really hammer this point home and whatnot. So awesome. Any other questions? Hi, Katie. All right.
guys think I should release this one to the public to show people that season 18 actually is a thing and they should probably sign up for our emails so that they get the rest of them. You know? You guys think I should do that? Yeah. See how that goes. Hi, Katie.
Hi. Hi. All right. Got a lot to think about.
Yeah, it’s all good. Cool. All right. We got another question.
Zara’s here and just being friends with someone with your side of the mind personality help you develop that side. Yes, yes, definitely. That’s camaraderie. Answers.
Yes, sir. 1:08:03 Would What do you mean, Anthrax by that question, and let’s keep it on topic too. And just can you figure that out? Could you show us a way for phrase away fair phrase, okay. 1:08:27 Okay.
All right, yeah. How about this one? Why do I want to value this process, when it has proven that it just slows everyone down? That’s a way for way of doing it. Kind of like an E and TJ INTJ approach, complaining about a business process. 1:09:07 Okay.
And all right. Okay, yeah, I’ll talk I’ll talk to I’ll talk to the guys and we’ll get this one this particular episode out. 1:09:32 Does te parent and fi child make it so you use both correctly more often? No, not necessarily. You still have to recognize as a te hero or a te parent, that you have the responsibility of being willing to use the spear and not just rely on the bow as basically I’m saying it’s the other way around.
For FY users. My cat is just like, I don’t know. She’s just kind of like laying on this I’d have my legs and just kind of like, you know, this is she’s, you know. Alright, cool.
Okay. A Crusader response to that question. Okay. That’s a I’ll do a crusader response to that question.
Okay, that’s not my responsibility because the higher ups want this. And besides, I think it would work anyway, because it’s worked for me, and I’ve had good results with it. That’s a crusader response. Is it important to value a te users opinion if you are te trickster? Yes.
Yes, it is. Yes, it is. Look, guys, if you’re a TI user, it is your responsibility. Just because you’re the more objective person in the room.
If you’re surrounded by Ti users, it is your responsibility to ask the TI users their opinions, because if you’re not asking them their opinions, then you may as well just be that bias subjective person that they already believe you to be. That goes away when you ask them their opinions. And besides, it is written, a wise man has many counselors. So it is wise to ask te users their opinions.
If you don’t ask them their opinions. You’re ignorant. What are you doing? A template response. Now I’m gonna save that for next time.
Is it important to value Yeah, okay. Anyway, folks, that concludes this episode and this q&a session. Thank you all for watching and I’ll see about maybe publicly releasing just this one we’ll see. But it’s been a fantastic stream.
I hope you guys enjoyed this lecture season. 18 cotton and mechanics, the third axis spear in bulk. And if all that being said, Folks, I’ll see you guys tonight. John there