Your Flow Type (Short version)


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.Seeing connections between different events
2.Creating a hypothetical scenario
3.Bridging differences in values and beliefs
4.Describing your beliefs from an ideological perspective
5.Coming up with a hypothesis about how something works
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.Deciding how I feel about what someone said or did to me
9.Formulating the necessary steps and requirements to complete a project
10.Reflecting on an old experience and noticing something you had previously missed
11.Immersing myself with an experience and feeling one with it
12.Brainstorming different possible steps to solve a problem
13.Going over how I feel about each individual thing about a situation
14.Going with the natural flow and trusting my senses
15.Seeing my life from new perspectives
16.Brainstorming different reasons why a person said or did something
17.Scoring or ranking different solutions by how well they accomplish a goal
18.Describing something you’ve seen to someone in high detail
19.Spotting changes in a pattern or something unusual in a situation
20.Relying on a moral code to understand a situation
21.Diagnosing possible reasons why something isn’t working correctly
22.Paying attention to my five senses and physical reality
23.Sharing my first impressions of a new idea or possibility
24.Finding which rule or solution is most likely to work in practice
25.Coming up with multiple ways to understand what someone else said
26.Taking in and enjoying how something tastes, smells, or looks
27.Reflecting on what decisions I would make in a hypothetical situation
28.Remembering how someone acts, speaks, or moves
29.Understanding what values are the most important to the group or people overall
30.Organizing and arranging an efficient system or plan
31.Sharing what I remember about a situation
32.Coming up with a new rule or a way to optimise a system
33.Finding similarities between what you believe and what other people believe
34.Finding and investigating a new room or environment
35.Testing out how a system is impacted by your different actions
36.Thinking of how well a moral code will work in different situations
37.Coming up with a new perspective to understand a situation from
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


About 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.