My name is Erik Thor and using my Flow Type Psychology, I can unlock the secrets of the human mind as if it was a Rubik’s Cube. I am able to gain unique insight into people and human psychology and can use my theories to have more meaningful relationships and to make smarter decisions in life.
- Flow Types: Everyone has a unique passion and talent – something they are uniquely good at, something they enjoy and value more than other people. Discover your cognitive functions and intelligences.
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The Sixteen Types
Path To Flow & Personal Growth
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The Beginner Stage
We imagine life starting out grand and bold, but most of the time we are just lost. We have no idea where to begin, what to do first, or where to go. We spend most time in this stage going back and forth. Should I? Shouldn’t I? The beginner stage is characterised by vulnerability and doubt from the Anima/Animus.
The Practice Stage
At this point, we’ve started to take our first steps on our journey, whatever it is. We start gaining information, setting goals, tracking our progress. We gain the first feedback and we see where we are at and what we need to get where we want to go. The practice stage is characterised by goals and discipline from the Superego.
The Mastery Stage
It’s go time. You’ve hit the point of no return and you’ve committed to a project or a goal, and now it’s make or break. You receive your first real challenges – everything up to this point was pure practice. The mastery stage is when we manifest and step into the most heroic version of ourselves. Here, we have to show strength, dominance, and confidence to succeed.
The Redemption Stage
Erik Thor (INFJ)
My name is Erik Thor and I am an INFJ living in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. I’ve been studying personality psychology for more than nine years now. Using the flow type approach, I’ve redesigned the Myers Briggs Type Indicator and Carl Jung’s theories on the eight cognitive functions.
My goal was to connect these fascinating theories to the study of flow and happiness. Who are we when happy? What do we need to have more flow and energy? Using my insights, I try to help people better their relationships. I hope to help you connect more deeply to others, to find more meaning in life, and to have more success at work.