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Plan 2020 Udemy Coronavirus Update
Now we have all this time to look inside ourselves
Explaination for the color coding: introverted functions are darker because they're more stimulating, drawing on the inner world. or extroversion defined by mainstream: their brains are seeking stimulation in the outer world. Whereas introverts have their stimuli volume knobs turned up to 150%
Myers-Brigs & Mindfulness
What's the reason?
Able to identify each process within yoruself
Lower it is on your function list, harder it is to see.
Start with observing your dominant function
Problem with this: Hidden in plain sight
Finding the double-edged sword of each function
Stories to drive home points
For the shadow functions,5 - 8, might be better to just reduce negative outcomes
What each type needs to grow, mentally
Maslow's Hierarchy of needs and your type
We all have the same physical needs
But different psychological needs
Temperament Theory --> Essential Motivators
A brief history of temperament
starts with humors?
david keirsey's please understand me
Linda being David's student, yay
How Temperament and type are related
Thinking and Intuition = Theorist, I can reference temperament book
How to evaluate MBTI infomation
Sources of knowledge
Great Te example
Specific examples from each category
Strong: Linda Berens
Weak: Friend, facebook post
The Duality of Personality
My Ni in the context of Yin and Yang
Quote the tao de ching: the part about beauty and how by one concept existing, the other is created.
This is the case with Thinking and Feeling; Sensing and Intuition; Introversion and Extraversion
The functions—and everything in life and your personality—is a double-edged sword. Or has a light and dark side. There's Yin and Yang in all of it. Things that are good for you and bad for you.
With awareness, increase positive outcomes of using a process and decrease the negative outcomes of using a process
The Double-Edge Sword Of Each Cognitive Function
Si: Introverted Sensing
Not letting the same mistake happen again.
When reminded of the past, you bring those emotions to the present.
Story of how you remember your significant other did something to you two years ago and get as upset as you were in the past?
Being resistant to change, even when the change is better
Se: Extraverted Sensing
Binge stimulus like food
Take risky actions: Story of Tri racing down a slope
Bad at interpreting: Ne. Can make assumptions without knowing they're assumptions; think they're true.
Sensitive to changes in the environment
Natural talent at sports because they're attuned to the here and now
make remarkable inferences about people
Easily brainstorm, come up with quips
Arm chair theorizing without knowing you're doing it. Know your guesses are guesses
Intro to this: It's up to you to find these in yourselves. Here are some examples
Once you're aware of how a process is playing out in your life, you can ask if it is beneficial or detrimental to you. You can ask if you want to change this about yourself
Draw upon powerful symbols to experience transformative something
Example: Imagining the image of a sword with a side that hurts you and a side that helps you. then sharpening it and blunting it by using awareness and exercises
Putting other's needs before your own
Can get really petty, Fahima example of friend who doesn't like garlic, but Fahima loves garlic. She won't order anything that has garlic in it
Stand up for what is right. Story time!
Friends wanting to go and violate shelter-in-place by throwing a COVID-19 party
You choose to do what you think is right
Emotional volcano when beliefs are violated. Karens...Feminism mofos. All of these movements based on our values
What you think is right could be completely wrong.
And you'll fight for it no matter what anyone says
Who Are You?
Diagram in cognitive functions book
2nd and 3rd love language influence by environment
Example of how my 2nd and 3rd are gifts and service: because that's the form of love I was exposed to growing up
In essence, this becomes a part of the developed self
Connect to love languages theory and type
Write out scripts for each of the segments
Look back into the Udemy course on how to make courses for a guide on how to outline my course properly