4 Answers

  1. It's like saying:
    “I learned to walk!
    How do I get out of the walking sect?”

    Be happy that a new passive skill is available to you
    And move on
    You can try numerology now
    It's just a bomb)

  2. You can switch to human design, for example. My interest in socionics was exhausted during another conversation on a languid, winter evening with a cup of tea. I was at a lecture on human design, everything is very neat and interesting, everything is logical and clear. And not like a finger in the sky, in the case of socionics.

  3. Let's leave aside the question of whether socionics really works. Judging by the question, you have already decided on this issue for yourself.

    Let's rather celebrate your progress. Since you already fully automatically delve into the characteristics of people and can navigate these features, since you have mastered a rather complex socionic concept,then you have decent abilities. Try to go further in their application. Don't get hung up on types, just look at individuals. It will always be a richer and more interesting experience than abstract characters. Try to see in front of you not a gallery of portraits once drawn, but living faces, in all their dissimilarity, complexity and disunity. Start painting portraits yourself — from life, not from textbook samples. Look for people among people, not among exhibits.

    If you're not interested in learning about someone's personality at all, then don't do it. Just remember that there is always a specific person in front of you, about whom you either know something or don't. Don't expect Vasya to act like a socionic Yesenin would. Expect him to act the way Vasya is used to acting. Or do not bother at all and do not make plans for him, but only observe.

  4. You can not leave it, but direct this hobby in a useful direction. For example, try opening your own center for training other people, for professional typing for money. To begin with, I would not just type, but rather try to hone my communication skills with blurry types, understand intertype relationships in contact, for example, applications in work, business, and so on.

    And yet, I think, you need to understand that to really correctly determine the type, you need to have a good background in the form of psychological education.

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