Personality Growth – Internal vs External Action | Podcast 0450
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In this podcast Joel and Antonia talk about taking action both in the outer world and in your own heart and mind.
In this podcast you’ll find:
- How can you use the knowledge gained from knowing your personality type to take massive action?
- The bidirectional connection between internal and external processes.
- Personal example: How Antonia developed her copilot Accuracy as an ENTP.
- The importance of self-awareness when taking massive action.
- Why self-awareness of type in itself isn’t enough: the role of massive action.
- What are some ways that ExxJs can leverage their personality type when taking massive action?
- What are the phases of using your personality type for growth?
- Phase 1: The 5 steps of mastering your personality type
- Phase 2: Entering the place of Archetypes
- How can triggers be leveraged for shadow work?
- Personal example: How Joel processed a ‘competition’ trigger.
- Working with the archetypal energies: persona, ego, shadow and self.
- Need a refresher on the Jungian archetypal energies, listen to: Using Archetypes For Personal Growth
- Why massive action is required when working with the archetypal energies.
- Where are you right now on the timeline and what is your next step?
- The importance of also finding a balance between massive action and taking a pause.
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I was reminded of the Galilean moon system of Jupiter while I was listening to this.
Io, Europa and Ganymede are locked into a 4:2:1 orbital resonance but Callisto is just out there doing her own thing which is a lot like the inf. function….. it’s much harder to get the pattern of when it’s going to have an impact on the others.