Season 25, Episode 1 Transcript
Okay, we’re gonna be starting this at officially looks like at the 28 minute mark ish, which we’ll need to know. And welcome, folks. This is season 25 Episode One, what is the difference between camaraderie and compatibility? And I’ve been waiting to do this lecture series for awhile. It’s something that I think really needs to help people understand the definition between what compatibility is and what camaraderie is, and season 25 is known as the cognitive asynchronicity series.
So we’re gonna be talking about cognitive asynchronicity. And cognitive synchronicity is what we were talking about back in the season five playlist here on this YouTube channel. It’s been pretty fantastic. But why? Well, it explains some of the basics and we’re actually going to do a quick little review here of cognitive synchronicity to that end, so that you can kind of get an idea.
This is season 25 Episode one and then cognitive introduction to cognitive Okay, and let’s not do that asynchronicity okay cool. And then the episode for this title is what is the difference what is the difference between and we’re gonna do rainbow compatibility and and then camaraderie awesome, getting some color in there guys. Hey, you masochistic animal. You What are you doing looking all regal? Let me stop.
We might get lucky and she might jump on my, my chair here and sit on my arm rest and just look menacingly through the camera. There’s a there’s a good chance of this, it could happen. So, a little bit of review. So let’s let’s let’s remind ourselves what cognitive synchronicity like actually is.
So cognitive synchronicity is the fact that an extroverted sensor is trying to eat or consume an introverted sensor or a expert intuitive is trying to eat or consume an introverted intuitive conversely, we have you know, Introverted Feeling and Introverted Thinking and they’re all trying to be consumed by well Introverted Feeling is trying to be consumed by Extraverted Feeling and an expert in thinking is trying to get to TI and TI is basically let’s see here Ti is logic right and then we have rationale rationale Fe is ethics or guilt etc This is morals or also his principles and this is my past or the past this is my future slash desire or what I want this is our future or desire and this is our now slash reality basically. So, these are cognitive functions and this makes up compatibility right here also known as cognitive synchronicity but is ultimately back in rainbow mode compatibility So, this is what compatibility is and the idea is is that the extroverted function is seeking the introverted function so that would basically mean that if you want to look at it you know a bit more abstractly here. These functions are going to use this black border these functions right here these little arrow coming off this right here. Don’t you love my arrow drawings guys? Aren’t they like the greatest thing in the world? you’ve ever seen.
So this arrow, and these represent source functions and source functions produce, that’s the main thing that source functions do. They’re all about production right. Whereas, these functions here these functions and these functions are consumption functions Wow, it helps if I like actually spell their consumption functions and obviously for consuming etcetera, source functions and yeah, so consuming and to make this a little bit more interesting consuming functions are related to the yen, the yen, etcetera, where as source functions are related to the young or the young. Okay, so, let’s do step one right here, because we can and, yeah, okay, and it’s two circle here, and a circle here.
Actually, let’s get a little more creative than that. Put some red in here for the yen. And then we’ll put some red in here as well. Basically, this is kind of how our cognitive functions work, I am a Taoist.
So, I take the Dow very seriously. And what that means basically, and you can kind of see how the DAO shows up in our cognitive functions, psychologically speaking, metaphysically speaking, etc. And this is done. Done in this way.
So using a yin and yang model, you can literally see how introverted functions are when source functions and consumption functions are known as the extroverted functions basically. And in you know, just from a basic mechanics standpoint, which is we’ve discussed this heavily in and Susan 18 cognitive mechanics, you can understand that, like, you have the extroverted fi the extroverted functions, seeking the introverted functions, and sometimes the introverted functions like to receive, you know, from the expert functions, and it’s kind of like this. This, this, this is different st about it. What what’s also interesting is that you can go even further and if you actually keep track of cognitive axis, so let’s do some cognitive axis right here.
So cognitive axis, these two turn on an axis at all times, right? And these also turn on an axis as well. That’s kind of cool. And then, but then if you want to look at it in a more interesting way, these two together are on an orbit. That’s orbit on that side.
And then these two together right here, are also on an orbit. It’s kind of hard to keep track all this isn’t it, you know? Well, same thing for the other side, you have another axis here, you have another axis here, right? And then you have another orbit here for these functions. And then you have another orbit here for these functions. Whiteboard starting to get pretty messy right now folks.
So, source functions, they represent something that is firm something that is objective, those are the objective functions. So, you can also make it so like for that in there. So moving to black ink, so these are objective functions, because they are source functions, they are objective, whereas consumption functions are subjective. Extroverted functions are all subjective, their subjective functions.
This is why the affiliative being known as like, hey, you know, you’re going to want to do the right thing. That’s very subjective. It’s not like something that’s actually real at all. Whereas what a person maintains is morally correct.
That’s actually objective, what a person is experiencing themselves that’s objective, what a person wants themselves that’s objective, what a person knows to be true or false that is objective. So source functions also representing the young is objective, it is firm, it is solid, whereas the Yen is not firm. It is not solid is very pliable. It’s very, it’s like water, basically.
It’s not like the earth. You know, it’s not it’s not like it’s very it’s sensing sort of expert intuition, basically. And that’s why it right Presents The Yen extroverted functions are very subjective, and very Yin oriented, right, they are more prone to entropy and to chaos, whereas the source functions are more prone to order basically, and all human beings have a mixture of order versus chaos, I add a consistent time and a consistent basis, etc. And that’s very important, you know, to know, you know, as a result, right, so anywho so, so, understanding these interactions of these functions is really necessary at this point because if you don’t know access, you don’t know orbit, you’re going to have a really hard time understanding the difference between compatibility and camaraderie.
So let’s let’s adjust the whiteboard here, and kind of move this a little bit down. So, you know, once again we have individual functions se trying to get after si and then you have an E trying to get after an eye and then you have fi and then T i on the opposite side. And Effie is trying to chase after F fi and Te is trying to change after TI and you know, again, this is why we have compatibility This is what makes compatibility work. This is known as synchronicity.
And they, the cognitive functions synchronize basically cognitive synchronicity, they synchronize to be able to create harmony for the sake of a compatible relationship. But what is compatible relationships actually, for? So compatibility equals love, and friendship, basically, love and friendship. That’s the whole point of cognitive compatibility. That’s the whole point of cognitive synchronicity.
It’s all about love, plus, friendship. That’s what it’s for. So cognitively because one human being can’t make a, you know, one human being can’t do it all in their life, we’re very limited cognitively. We need other people to be you know, involved in our life, etc.
And that’s very important. It’s very, very important. But cognitive synchronicity, aka compatibility, that the same thing is literally where our minds ability or need the need the need for love, the need for friendship, the need for that really, really deep connection is satisfied as a result of cognitive synchronicity and compatibility. If you want to learn more about this subject, please make sure that you have watched the season five playlist on this YouTube channel, because it goes into further detail as to what compatibility is all about.
Now, let’s look at the other, the other side of it. Let’s look at camaraderie. Right? Camaraderie is a little bit different. And I’m not going to go too in depth on this because we’re going to have subsequent lectures that’s going to go look at it more.
But camaraderie, equal equals something else and it literally equals mastery of learning, basically, learning but let’s let’s actually let’s actually change that to something more appropriate student learning. And growth. So camaraderie is all about it’s the whole point of camaraderie. So compatibility exists specifically for love and friendship, but camaraderie exists specifically for learning and growth.
And oftentimes, you see people who understand that, you know, hey, love and friendship, this is a very positive thing. This is awesome. You know, we got little hearts here, we got little pluses here. You know, this is this is a really positively charged relationship.
It’s awesome. learning and growth, however, it’s a very negatively charged relationship very negative, and it can actually be very painful. It is painful. It hurts, right? And the reason why is because camaraderie leads to conflict, conflict, conflict, conflict, but what does conflict give us? Well, conflict leads to suffering.
And what does suffering give us? Well, it gives us wisdom, wisdom. Now if you remember in a previous livestream that I did, it’s called The Ultimate study technique. If you want to become like a master If something is like any type of subject or something that you’re doing, et cetera, understanding that is super important, it’s very important. Because you get to a point in time where it’s like, okay, hey, I need to learn something new, I need to grow in a certain way, I need to become a better man, I need to become, you know, I need to make more money, or I need to get my own place to live, I a man’s gotta eat right? So I need to pick up some skills, etc.
All of these things are very important. But a lot of people don’t know how to go about doing that, especially, you know, if you’re a crusader type, and you’re struggling as an SF Jey, NTP, Crusader type, etc, you’re having a really hard time. Because at that, at that point, it’s like, well, I can only learn through trial and error, I don’t have the extroverted sensing, where I can learn from the mistakes of others, I have Introverted Sensing, so I can only learn from my mistakes. And I don’t have Extraverted Thinking to be able to back up, you know, my lack of awareness of other people’s mistakes with research.
So I don’t have the extroverted thinking. And I don’t have the, the extroverted sensing. So as a result of that, I can only learn from my own mistakes, I can only have a trial and error, which means a crusader type has to fail every single possible way to fail at doing a certain task. Remember, for them to master that task, or to master that skill, they have to fail every way with that skill.
And that’s what I’ve been, that’s been one of the biggest problems that I’ve had in my life on a consistent basis. Okay. Because, you know, from that standpoint, I’ve had to spend so much time trial and error, like through every little thing. And when I see other people doing the same thing, and I can’t learn from their failures, I can’t learn from their mistakes, I can only learn from my failures, right? So which means my growth ends up you know, because all crusaders end up being late bloomers.
As a result, crusaders really, really struggle in this area, they become late bloomers, and each of them ends up being on this journey of becoming more pragmatic, more pragmatic, in their in their life with the exception while the SF J’s do, whereas it’s the other way around with the NTPs they’re learning to become more affiliative. And that can be a problem. Which means you know, learning and growth is pretty hard for crusaders learning and growth is hard for everybody. I’m just using crusaders as an example.
But one of the main reasons why people really avoid camaraderie is because learning and growth is painful. Why? Well guess what, folks? There’s this thing called you know, when it when you’re considering link growing, guess what? Anytime something grows, you have growing pains, this is a very normal thing, right? So camaraderie is all about pain. It’s all about growing, it’s about growing pains and having learning, et cetera. And that is where camaraderie comes from right.
Another form of camaraderie out there is something called duality. Duality is what Socionics would teach as the absolute best compatibility for lovers in a in a sexual relationship. This is categorically false. This is absolutely false.
Okay. compatibility is where it’s at compatibility is, is ideal. And if we’re going to use an example of that, let’s, let’s let’s, let’s open up this thing right here. And let’s go to an awesome website.
This is one of the websites that my mentors, both of them taught me a lot about type from, it’s a very old site. It’s called type logic.com. You guys could check it out sometimes. But let’s let’s let’s look at my Type E and TP here.
Decent, you know, very old things i i horribly disagree with a lot of things. Thomas Edison was not an ENT TP that’s, that’s BS. George Carlin absolutely was. So also his word owl.
Alfred Hitchcock was actually an intp. Tom Hanks is not an ESTP. I reject that entirely. Matthew Perry, Chandler and friends, he is an ESTP.
And so also Rodney Dangerfield, I think is actually an INTJ. And then there’s Rachael Ray, who could be an E and TJ, but she might be an ESTP. And not sure. But this is one of the tools that my mentors used to teach me years and years ago.
Well, what’s really cool about type logic.com Is that they have this section called type relationships for en teepees, and you have lots of different, you know, things in here. But I want to, I want you to look at contrast, and this is someone else’s, you know, you have pedagogue, right here, so pedagogue, boom. And that’s obviously the INFJ. The pedagogue, the intp is the INFJ.
Right? And, but then you look at contrast, right? Oh, you have Powell right here. My mentors initially believed that Powell was like highest compatibility, you know, that’s an intp No thanks, you know, but INTJ INTJ is also known as the contract And the contrast is absolutely, you know, highest compatibility basically. But if you were to look at like from a Socionics standpoint, they would say that the iossef J is is even bigger. So let’s, let’s look at what the ISF j is according to models that the novelty Nope.
It’s interesting EFTPS and ISFP see each other is pretty novel. That’s, that’s for sure. There’s the counterpart, which is ISTP. Yeah, it’s pretty pretty.
You know, counterpart tribesmen, I think is oop, no, that’s INFP because that’s not advisor. That’s ENFJ. Okay. Companion ENFP.
Now, no, I don’t think so. suitemate. That’s es TJ probably not a supplement. Okay, es Fj.
complement is en TJ. Okay, fair enough. This one should be ISTJ which is cohort. And Dang, where is it? Pow complement identity is your own type? Companion.
ENFP. No. It’s not tribesmen neighbor. There we go.
Neighbor. So I’m married to my neighbor because she’s an ESTP. counterpart. That’s not it.
And Nigma should be ESF. P, if I remember. I am missing one. Which one have I not clicked on? It’s not advisor.
It’s not? It’s not cohort? It’s not suitemate? Oh, it’s on him? Ah, that’s correct. On him Ah, okay, so let’s close all this. Ding ding ding ding. So, the ISFJ the optimum.
So the Optima is your subconscious, it’s also known as your polar opposite. And when you look at things, you know, from a, from a compatibility standpoint, you will see that there is absolutely no way that these functions can work, because you can actually look at it here, you know, within this model, basically, you already know, you already know that. Extroverted sensing is trying really hard to get Introverted Sensing, right. But Introverted Sensing doesn’t really want to have anything to do with itself.
You know, just because it’s on an axis with an E, and SI, etc, doesn’t mean like, It’s good, right? It wants to go all the way across in this direction towards it doesn’t want to have to, like go to all the effort to try to meet them in other places, because then, you know, obviously, between an ISFJ and an ESTP. There’s not any compatibility whatsoever, because an ISFJ has another fellow si user and can’t make that si comfortable, right? So it ends up becoming a serious problem over time. And this is why it’s not ideal for, you know, this kind of relationship. And it’s why it’s not going to have a relationship.
This is why you know, compatibility is best and camaraderie, which is what Socionics is preaching is absolute bullshit. Duality is bullshit. Do not use duality for your sexual relationships, you will fail, you will have a bad life. Do not do it.
Socionics is wrong, they are flat out wrong. They don’t know what they’re talking about. I don’t care if you try to talk to me about well, you know, they’re the last letter the four digits is different, blah, blah, blah. And like, you know, what, there’s so many people that interpret that differently with Socionics that there is no like, what is the true Socionics standard, but even if I did find this true Socionics standard, the astute the true standard is is that duality is the best and the intp should be if an INFJ No, not for sexuality.
You know, remember, for love and friendship, compatibility Absolutely. needs to get to that point where it’s like, okay, yeah, hey, you know, this is important, but it’s not. It’s really not, it’s really frustrating. And it’s just not, it’s just not going to work.
It’s not going to work at all. So beyond that, you have to take it to different level you have to realize what these relationships are for because when you’re going to look at let’s let’s adjust the let’s adjust the let’s adjust the whiteboard here. Let’s let’s look at let’s look at some types. Okay, let’s look at so we have a type here, okay, and let’s use, gosh, what type should I use? Let’s do an INFP.
Okay, let’s do it. Let’s do an INFP. Alright, so we’re going to do an INFP right here. And oops, no, gosh, stop.
Stop. No Alright, let’s actually do it a little bit different. Okay, we’re gonna we’re gonna look at INFP is going to pick on inf peas a little bit here in a nice way. So we have INFP.
And then we have e Nf J. And then we have ISTP. And then we have E S T J. Okay, so this is an INFP person right here.
That’s pretty cool. Got ourselves an INFP. And let’s do a su another person right down here. Let’s make it an ES TJ.
So let’s, let’s use blue for that we’re going to use ES TJ. And then we’re going to use ISTP. And then we’re going to use E and F j. I’m going to teach you a lesson.
Alright. And then we’re going to have INFP right here. Okay, so they’re in the same Quadra. That’s awesome, that we’re gonna do another type.
Let’s do another one. Let’s do another one. So we’re gonna circle this one out here too, because it’s their own person. And then we’re gonna go to this one, we’re gonna make this one an E and F j, okay.
Okay. And this one will have an INFP. This will be an ES TJ. And then this will be an ISTP.
Awesome. Okay, so we got three human beings right here. There’s their minds, you know, on paper, essentially. So we got three human beings within this model.
And that’s where they come from. Oh, see, look, Tanya is here in the livestream chat. No, I didn’t ban her. So like, Seriously, stop saying I banned her.
I didn’t ban her. She’s right there. Hello, Tanya. It’s cool.
So anyway, so let’s, let’s talk about what’s happening. So you some cool rainbow ink for this. But, so we’re gonna start we’re gonna start with an INFP here. So inf peas have this thing where they like, you know, they, they want to find things out, they want to find people.
So we’re going to put in so this is their comrade, right here. Very comrade, because they’re the same Quadra. Right. And then also themselves, if they meet themselves, they’re also comments, they get high camaraderie.
But down here, you have compatible. That’s their golden pairs or shadow right? Is are compatible. ISTP slightly compatible, technically, it is compatible, even though it’s not ideal for a relationship. So it’s there, which basically means this is used for learning.
Learning, okay, so that’s for learning. And then this is used for these types here are used for love and friendship. Okay. But then we have this thing called cognitive projection, right? We have this thing called projection.
So cognitive projection, projection is a thing. So what a person does for cognitive projection I’ve talked about this before, is that they literally take one of the four sides of their minds, and they project their ego. And they also project their subconscious onto other people. And they compare their ego and they compare their so it’s literally comparing.
They’re comparing their ego, and they’re comparing their subconscious to the behavior of other people. Why? Why are they doing this? Because they’re trying to identify people to learn from. Okay. Right.
And their brain is literally looking for teachers consistently. The human brain is predisposed to finding teachers. That’s what it does. That’s what it’s for.
And it uses and cognitive projection does this to find people who are highly, comrades has high camaraderie with which actually comes from they want to identify the Quadra. The camaraderie Quadra the same quadra, right. However, when they’re using cognitive projection, they’re going to use their unconscious and they’re super ego. to, again, compare people.
So do some more comparing over here, right? We’re comparing now. That’s awesome. unconscious, super ego, for mo comparing and basically going to find people to drink. We’re going to find people to love or friendly people.
Okay. And it’s from their opposite. Quadra provides this. Now granted, there’s two other quadrants, which has, you know, half compatibility, half camaraderie, and then half camaraderie and half compatibility.
But this is why this is so, just want to lightly touch on cognitive projection here to kind of show you folks how this works. Cognitive projection exists for people with the four sides of the mind to find these things. So let’s go back to our rainbow ink. Okay, I need to find someone to learn from INFP mode.
So I’m gonna go look at this person over here. Ooh, this is very nice. That’s very nice. Maybe I’d be in sexual relationship with this person.
Yeah. Oh, yeah. We’re doing good here. Yeah, great.
But then they project down here. Oh, crap, this person’s a meanie, this person’s evil. I hate them. But they’re also right.
Maybe I should learn from them. Maybe they could be my teacher. Right. And this is how the human brain establishes relationships with other people.
And it’s through this process of cognitive projection. That’s what this means. Okay? So people do this, because the human brain is literally trying to identify who can learn and grow from, you know, love and friendship, learn and grow. It just it’s really painful.
Now, Socionics will tell you that your highest sexual compatibility comes from your highest camaraderie since duality, which is a lie. It’s completely backwards. It’s false. They don’t know what they’re talking about.
Avoid Socionics in that area. They don’t know anything about relationships in terms of Socionics they just don’t. They know a lot more about other things like reinen dichotomies, which are pretty cool. And they have pretty good descriptions of relationships between certain types.
But in terms of their recommendations for sexuality, don’t listen to Socionics there, it’s what is their weakest area because it’s wrong. So it’s not a thing. So yeah. It’s a problem.
So that’s what you guys got to understand. So, camaraderie, you know, the difference between compatibility and camaraderie is that compatibility is for identifying love and friendship through cognitive projection and camaraderie is utilized for understanding who can I learn from who can I grow from? And it literally is just answering these questions. Who can I love? Or who can I? Who can I respect, basically, who can I love? Who can I respect? Right? And compatibility, also known as synchronicity compatible, bility and then, camaraderie. But another way of looking at compatibility versus camaraderie, using our cognitive terminology, that’s cognitive synchronicity.
And then this is cognitive asynchronicity. So, season 25, we’re going to be understanding the relationships, it’s gonna be a quick season, we’re gonna be understanding the relationships between the individual cognitive functions, and where they are in terms of synchronicity, a synchronicity, but we’re really heavily delving into a synchronicity about eight, four out of five times. Throughout this lecture series, we’re gonna be discussing a synchronicity and why it’s important and how the learning and growth actually works between each of the functions. But like I said, Folks, the whole point of this, in terms of our minds, the whole point of cognitive projection, for example, is to learn who can I love, who can I respect? There’s also some negative aspects of cognitive projection because through cognitive projection, then you have like, vicarious living, etc.
And how that works. So yes, sex is definitely a part of compatibility. It’s very important. so people can project their super ego yes they can.
So anyway, folks, thank you for watching. Let’s move on into q&a at this time Question and Answers relating to this particular lecture since we’re in basically a classroom setting right now, if you would like to please keep the questions related to this topic, what is the difference between compatibility and camaraderie season 25 Episode one for cognitive synchronicity this new series and we will have eight more episodes left in this lecture series and it will be made publicly available here on YouTube. And then we’ll be launching into a lecture series of duality which will also be publicly available here on YouTube as well, so Okay, interesting. I could go with an ES TJ any day okay, sure.
I never saw Omer Taj this question yes, they are a golden pair Raka and pedagogue is half compatibility, half camaraderie. And that’s why I think it’s a very useful thing. Okay. Why do I get all domestic when I’m in a happy relationship? My pardon meant looks like Cupid threw up? I don’t know.
Probably because that’s what happens to women when they’re in love their hat Hello. Any info regarding whether an INFP will be more jealous of an ES TJ? regarding a potential ENFJ partner? Or vice versa? Yes, an INFP will be more jealous because their interest base was the ES TJ is more systematic, is the golden pair more trustful of one another than a bronze or silver? Actually, I think a bronze pair is way more trustful than, than a golden silver. I think bronze silver and then gold in that order. So basically backwards is where the trust is basically.
Okay. Do you think that an E and TJ for example, mimic Fe Okay, what does that have to do with this lecture? Please keep the questions on point on topic. How can you make an ESFP develop romantic feelings for an E and TP we are compatible? Why isn’t his feelings there? I’d avoid having super ego relationships because they default oftentimes to look at the other person as childish basically J Patel, my man, does age matter more for camaraderie. Yes, it does.
It absolutely does. Actually, age matters both for compatibility and camaraderie. In terms of age, if you’re just looking for friends, it’s better from a compatibility standpoint, to be to have your age closer. If you are in a love relationship with a compatible type of the opposite sex, you want there to be an age gap, an age gap, and usually the bigger the age gap, the better between opposite sexes in a love and romance sexual relationship.
In terms of friends, though, usually having friends of the same age group is somewhat beneficial, but it can lead to a an echo chamber. So use like the 8020 rule on that in terms of friends, basically, if you’re going to look at camaraderie in terms of someone who has a camaraderie relationship where you are the person respecting them, you’ll want to be considered nificantly younger than that person. If you’re in a camaraderie situation where you know where you’re the master, basically, you’re going to be want to be significantly older, it’s basically camaraderie has that relationship between master and student basically, or teacher and student, the teacher needs to be significantly older than the student basically, and keep it so that’s how age works from a camaraderie standpoint. Can I go over which types would be best for each football position? Maybe I don’t know enough about football to make that judgment though.
It is not strange to want a relationship with your pedagogue because of camaraderie. We explore this heavily in season 14, episodes nine through 16 which is available at CS joseph.ly. Forward slash members just become a member and you can get episodes nine through 16 Just fine. Why does everything I verify contradicts CS Joseph probably because you don’t understand the type grid and you’re you Using your expert thinking, to look at everyone else’s incorrect information and comparing it to mine, and that’s probably why Stephanie dilema says, How can learning pairings such as pedagogues create more harmony and void, dislike and distrust.
If you’re in a pedagogue relationship, and you are able to have a sexual relationship with that person, take it to the bedroom. If you’re not able to take it to the bedroom, then I suggest you learn what needs to be done. You look at your cognitive functions, find out what the other person’s highest need is, which are basically their Inferior functions. And then their second highest need would be their child functions, basically.
So like, if you’re an INFJ, the ENFP would have to know how to listen to you. Even if they disagree. You just can’t just make sure that when you say listen, just because listening is not hearing, and doing it the same time listening is just hearing. Yeah, I heard you doesn’t mean I’m going to do it, though.
You see what I’m saying? So when you say listen, like you can’t, you can’t covert contract an action out of that. That’s one thing that needs to be done. The NTP has to learn how to listen to you even if the NTP disagrees with you and be willing to trial and error, some of your suggestions even if they disagree with them, and but just know full well if they trial and error, your suggestions that NTP will throw in your face and tell you how much of a failure you are to your face. Because it’s like I listened to you, and I got screwed.
And that’s your fault. So maybe next time, you shouldn’t share your thoughts and actually verify that your advice actually worse before expecting me, or telling me what your advice is little INFJ right. So keep that in mind. What the ESTP needs from the INFJ is that the INFJ has to learn how to show the EMTP gratitude even if the INFJ doesn’t think the ESTP deserves it right? So you got to learn how to do it that way from my from a compatibility or you know, a pedagogue point of view.
Okay, why is gold ideal if they lack trust, because it creates more conflict that leads to more suffering, which leads to more wisdom and that because that you guys can see each other so well, in the long run, it’s the better relationship all right. Who knows I lost my place. Omer Taj. My question was if someone is unconscious focus for a long time, can they be in a successful relationship with their own Quadra? Because they got used? There’s unconscious, no assets, no.
Really know. How do I know for a fact that I’m a certain type, I don’t know use the Type grid. How do you develop resilience to stay around demagogue pairing? Seems like they would trigger each other. Basically, it comes from showing respect.
I mean, showing love is the key to compatibility but camaraderie is showing respect. Respect is everything to camaraderie. And that’s that’s where that comes from. Respect is absolutely everything.
If you fight with someone, and they try to destroy you, how can you learn from them? The INTJ an INTJ, for example, unless you’re learning the art of war, but again, it comes down to respect are you showing like respect is the glue that keeps camaraderie together? That’s what it is. Check the dictionary for us live. I think you had the terms backwards, but it’s going to ruin your lecture because many might not follow when you’re crossing the words. Okay, are you talking about compatibility versus camaraderie? I don’t know what you’re saying.
And and which dictionary you using by the way, because Websters is not good enough in compatibility relations. Is it possible that a person can try and project themselves on their partner to form a camaraderie gory relationship causing stress? It can it can happen yes, because they’re expecting too much from one person basically. So yes, and that’s very common in monogamous relationships. Thank you for asking that question.
Darrell. Okay. Is projecting always using the language to compare a person with another one it can doesn’t have to though. Seller Mima are silver pairs with different nurture the term opposites attract come from? No.
I’d say camaraderie is considering men value respect like women value love and relationship. How does compatible love work in that order? Or is it only in camaraderie, RV Cooper, it is not that it is a dynamic it is not static like that. You have to see it. The genders as a layer to our psyche, it’s its own layer, and it has its own rules, which over time creates an amalgamation of what a human being is.
So it’s not that static, right. So, camaraderie, which is all about respect, compatibility, which is all about love and friendship, right? Yes, women value being loved more than men do men value being respected more than love do, but we still have our anima and our animus, sides, our subconscious, basically, that helps bring those female and male traits into balance within our own selves. This is why something like camaraderie and compatibility can actually exist. All right.
Our ES TJ and INTJ. Camaraderie, though they’re half camaraderie and half compatibility. Easiest way to figure out your pedagogue. It’s the type that’s highest sexual compatibility with you, but really low emotional compatibility with you.
Okay, did you have any e NTP masters? Yes, I’ve had a few e NTP masters. Why does CS Joseph thinks he’s more accurate in typing than an intp? I don’t know. You tell me as he you tell me yummy on how does someone trapped in their unconscious affect camaraderie and compatibility with others? It still doesn’t really affect it. Because as long as they’re getting away from the source that’s causing them to be in there.
That’s causing them to be stuck in that side of their mind. It’s really not that big of a deal. It’s not that big of an issue. Let’s see here.
Let me actually just my camera angle so it’s like not terrible. All right, cool. Okay. Okay.
Is the cat still there? Yes, she’s in her basket. How likely is it for inf peas? Oh, I lost my place. Because and let’s see here. Okay.
They don’t ask questions about the test, please. Let’s keep it on topic. is in camaraderie, relationships should the student stay in their ego or transition? Showing respect sometimes requires cognitive transition. So thank you, Janelle.
As for answering that question. Okay. Struggling out go golden pear relationship. Why don’t INTJ get well more with ISFPs because they’re both competing.
They’re both competing. That’s called conflict types. Conflict types are it’s your insane Quadra. But you either share the same extraversion or the same introversion.
That’s conflict types. And it can actually be a lot more dangerous. Between those two, even more so than their absolute polar opposite. Okay.
Does anyone know? INTJ is camaraderie types. Yeah. All of the Wayfarers. Okay.
Okay, I don’t know how do I start an organized rebellion against the lockdown so they reopened the gyms? I don’t know. That’s up to you. What is the difference between relationship between your duel or your shadow? We’ll be talking about that in a later in later lectures. Respect is arbitrary.
I’m sure it is. We can’t We can’t describe it. But we know it when we see it. Freud and others speak on one desiring a spouse that represents their opposite sex parent.
Do you think there is substance to this? No, I don’t. I do not think there’s substance to that at all. But okay, apparently. Okay.
If women look for love more, would they look for compatible relationships more than men? No, no, I already answered that question, Jay. I already answered that question. Okay. Does music preference differ based on types? Yes, it does.
That has nothing to do with what we’re talking about. I’m probably going to stop the stream then because we can’t stay on topic. Rogue therapist. I love rock therapist.
Does anyone have offhand the code pattern for Golden pairs? Cognitive function wise, I know it’s in a prior season, but I was hoping to get a quick answer that season 14 It’s not the intp and INFJ TNTP and INTJ. Rogue therapist. Okay. Do people get banned on the Facebook group after a warning or sometimes if someone is too disrespectful? Yeah, we do that sometimes.
Put them on Read Only or their post approval. Again, that’s not relevant. Okay. Okay okay yeah, it’s all good Lorenza, I understand.
What’s the definition of a Golden Bear in contrast to a pedagogue relationship? This is explored heavily in season 14, please watch season 14. In that they have they both have highest sexual compatibility. One of them has highest emotional compatibility one of them is not, that’s the definition. So yeah.
Okay. Yeah. intp INTJ relationship. Yeah, that works.
It works great. It’s a silver pair. How does an ISTP now we’re, I’ll talk about that in later lecture. Okay, can a person do more harm than good by surrounding themselves? with too many of golden pair? Not enough learning relationships? Absolutely.
They’re at risk of creating ignorance for themselves. By enabling. If you’re around too many compatible types, you’re going to be enabled. You need to be around camaraderie types that you aren’t being enabled.
And that’s really important. So keep that in mind. Okay. Why would an INFJ soon freehand be friend ISFPs? Because they have high emotional compatibility.
That’s why. All right. Cool. Can we project your super ego to I already answered that Tanya and yes, you can.
Okay. All right. Well, this series be going through each time in relation to the topic. Yeah.
But not the season? A different one. Actually. So. Okay.
Why INTJ? Can’t find really close people because the INTJ would have to go outside. That’s why. Okay. I already answered that question.
In the past on montage, you’re gonna need to watch season 12 for that answer that play that playlist? What is more volatile, the ending of a compatible relationship or camaraderie relationship? Probably the compatible relationship. Okay. Tanya, I answered that, yes, we can project our super ego for the third time. How well does intp and INFJ works are their benefactor relationships.
So pretty decent? Aren’t II and TJ and INTJ camaraderie types? Yes, they are. Okay. And looks like that is about it. All right.
I’m gonna cut down this live stream to size and rename it and put it out there again. So thank you all for this. And we’ll get it to rereleased for everyone to watch etc. So, what is the limit of camaraderie when the relationship gets competitive? Well, probably to a fistfight.
So be careful unless you know remember respect always has to be shown. So someone is going to have to be the respect or in the respect t how much does mature genders have to do with learning relationships a lot to do it because you have to show respect you have to show respect the culture the mature masculine or you have to show respect to the cartel the mature feminine, one of the two How would you consider putting out content for civil types and i Dude, it’s AMI like there is a lot of content that is for sale at CS joseph.ly forward slash members or if you want to see everything if you want to see the entire menu of everything that’s for sale from CS Joseph dot life at CS Joseph dot life forward slash portal. Go to the portal. It has literally all the things in one place.
So you got that all right. No, it cannot be harmful for person to be surrounded by too many camaraderie relationships, I don’t think so. They’re not going to enable you. Could you type me with only clues from my YouTube channel? I probably could.
How can you develop respect for your subconscious learning, trial and error learning from other people’s mistakes? It’s just literally just personal growth. So anywho with all that being said, Folks, I’ll see you guys next time, maybe even tonight. So see you then. and later