Podcast – Episode 0357 – Using Your 6th Function To Break A Loop – Part 3 (IxTJ – ExTP)

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In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk with guest host Christian Rivera about using your 6th cognitive function in your stack to break a loop. This episode (Part 3) covers the INTJ, ISTJ, ESTP, and ENTP personality types.

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  • Zac

    Great podcast. I think you’re describing what I’ve been doing in the process of healing complex trauma/CPTSD.
    When I’m dealing with a flashback or severe emotional distress I reach for an internal framework to orient me until I can make sense of what is going on and shift that instance of trauma. In other words, I think it through systematically until I can change the underlying beliefs that are causing the negative emotion.
    I didn’t know this was Ti. Thanks for the podcast.

    On a side-note, I used to think I was an INFP who got pushed into using Si and Te due to a difficult upbringing. But as I discovered how actually abusive and traumatic my experience was, it now seems that I am an ISTJ who resorted to Fi and Ne when my Si and Te were sabotaged and traumatised. Yeah, I thought I had powerful Ne, but I think it was more a combination of hyper-vigilance and using Si to try to understand everyone else’s ways of thinking.

    This sixth-function stuff is fascinating, but it does raise the prospect that under sufficient degrees of trauma its not going to be possible to type someone. My hope is that as I feel better and become happier, whatever emerges is most likely my true type, given that it requires more energy/effort to access less conscious functions.

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