Your Flow Type

Neojungian Academy has identified 8 key strategies to getting more energy, reducing anxiety, resolving stress and finding motivation and meaning in your life. The eight flow states are directly linked to your first and last two letters in your type code: one of IN / IS / EN / ES and one of FJ / FP / TJ / TP .

The eight flow states represent things in you that come naturally and effortlessly to you. The test measures just for this: actions you can take to reduce stress and to become more interested and active. Your four letters represent your hero code – who you are at your best. It’s about what you do to enter a state of flow.

Flip the four letters, and you find out who you are at your worst, under intense stress, anxiety, and when you’re lacking in energy and motivation. The magic of the neojungian system is just how simple this is and how versatile it is.

We tell you who you are no matter your mood or your environment. We alert you to how you will change during times of anxiety, stress, or when lacking in motivation.

1.Studying new patterns around me
2.Coming up with a scenario for something
3.Identifying how well your beliefs fit together
4.Finding a good and organized way to explain your beliefs
5.Coming up with a new hypothesis for something
6.Being able to notice that something is different from how it usually is
7.Methodically following a strategy or a set of rules
8.Spotting multiple things that I or people around me are experiencing
9.Coming up with an organized strategy for a project
10.Reflecting on an old experience and noticing something you had previously missed
11.Adjusting to what the environment requires from you
12.Coming up with multiple different possible strategies
13.Thinking of all the different ways I am experiencing something
14.Quickly adjusting to my current environment
15.Coming up with a new perspective to look at my life from
16.Identifiying different possible reasons behind a person’s actions
17.Deciding which decision or solution is the most efficient
18.Giving people simple instructions about something
19.Spotting changes in a pattern or something unusual in a situation
20.Maintaining your ideology or belief even when it’s impractical
21.Coming up with multiple reasons something isn’t working properly
22.Identifying what is happening around me
23.Quickly grasping a new abstract concept or pattern
24.Finding which rule or solution is most likely to work in practice
25.Coming up with multiple ways to understand what someone else just said
26.Identifying positive and good things in my environment
27.Reflecting on the long-term future of a pattern or possibility
28.Paying close attention to how someone acts
29.Identifying the most likely reason someone acted in a certain way
30.Organizing and arranging an efficient system or plan
31.Sharing simple information with someone
32.Brainstorming different rules and ways to organize a system
33.Finding the best way to influence someone’s behaviour or actions
34.Noticing when something unusual happens around you
35.Thinking of what different flaws might exist in a system
36.Seeing people’s actions from multiple perspectives and nuances
37.Envisioning how a situation will play out over a longer time
38.Coming up with multiple suggestions for how someone can solve a technical issue
39.Searching for hidden or missing information in your environment
40.Responding directly and strongly to an immediate problem or risk

Erik Thor

I am an INFJ and I want to combat the stereotypes and help promote personality psychology that doesn't limit or mistype you.