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  • Cognitive Alchemy: The II-I Developmental Journey from Energy Inversion to 'One as the Fourth’

    Cognitive Alchemy: The II-I Developmental Journey from Energy Inversion to 'One as the Fourth’ Jason Fillion Independent Research New Haven, CT, United States of America Abstract - The II-I developmental model offers a novel insight into cognitive evolution, particularly emphasizing the process termed "energy inversion". This concept demystifies the counter-intuitive amalgamation of cognitive functions, whereby introverted individuals assimilate extroverted functions and vice versa. The current research provides a comprehensive exploration of energy inversion, shedding light on its profound implications for both Ji and Pi dominant individuals. Through a meticulous analysis of the Ji lead's cognitive operations, we expound upon the notable outcomes stemming from an absence of Pi. These include enhanced real-time adaptability and a sharpened ability to align personal beliefs with external realities. Concurrently, the trajectory of the Pi lead, distinguished by the lack of Ji, delineates a unique cognitive balance—showcasing a fusion of adaptability and challenges intrinsic to preserving internal consistency. Our inquiry also encompasses the wider implications of energy inversion within introverted cognitive structures, unearthing the intricate dance between profound introspection and proactive external interactions. This harmonious integration paves the way for groundbreaking strategies that elevate the efficacy of interpersonal dynamics. Grounded in historical precedent, our investigation references the symbolic 'Axiom of Maria', drawing parallels between its esteemed transformative processes and the patterns of energy inversion apparent in the II-I developmental model. This comparison accentuates the evolutionary trajectory of cognitive systems, which journey from singular functional dominance to complex dual configurations, subsequently advancing to triadic iterations and ultimately manifesting in configurations echoing the quintessential Hero's Journey. In conclusion, this research offers a profound exploration into the diverse cognitive structures and their foundational mechanisms, underscoring the vast potential embedded within human cognition. Keywords: Axiom of Maria, Carl Jung, cognitive development, cognitive functions, cognitive orientation, counter-normative evolution, developmental trajectories, duality, energy inversion, extroversion, Extroverted Judgment (Je), Extroverted Perception (Pe), Hero’s Journey, integration, introversion, Introverted Judgment (Ji), Introverted Perception (Pi), Mode of Alignment, Mode of Cognizance, Mode of Conducting, Mode of Interaction, Mode of Revision, mirror processes, Mirror Se, omission, oscillation, Transcendent Function, triadic configuration 1 Introduction Within cognitive typology, primary cognitive functions have been the centerpiece of scholarly discourse for decades. Foundational theories have diligently mapped the interplay of these functions, laying out the contours of our psychological constructs. As with any evolving discipline, cognitive typology periodically ushers in novel paradigms that challenge the existing canon. One such emerging paradigm, notably absent from extant typological discourse, is the enigmatic phenomenon of ‘energy inversion.’ The essence of energy inversion lies in the intriguing manner in which cognitive orientations deviate, sometimes propelling them in directions that appear contradictory to their inherent nature. However, our exploration doesn't merely rest upon contemporary understanding. We acknowledge the profound depth of ancient wisdom by drawing parallels with the Axiom of Maria from alchemical traditions, elucidated in Section 5. This section bridges an ancient alchemical concept with modern cognitive models, reflecting the mirrored processes in the transformative journey of cognition. The subsequent sections of this paper dive deep into the diverse manifestations of energy inversion, its underlying mechanisms, and its progression through various phases, including the 'Foundational Duality' and the 'Transcendental Culmination'. By examining both the Pi and Ji leads, especially when one of their complementary functions is omitted, this paper paints a holistic picture of the implications, challenges, and potential advantages of energy inversion. In sum, our overarching aim is to magnify the understanding of energy inversion while embedding it in a richer tapestry of cognitive typology, one that spans both historical wisdom and modern insight. 2 The Concept of Energy Inversion Before immersing ourselves in the intricate details, it becomes imperative to acquaint the reader with a succinct conceptualization of energy inversion within the realm of cognitive typology. By harnessing the seminal principles of cognitive orientations, we aim to delineate the multifaceted dynamics and far-reaching implications of energy inversion, especially its more unorthodox manifestations. 2.1. Diverse Manifestations of Energy Inversion Regardless of an individual's primary cognitive anchoring—be it Introverted Perception (Pi), Introverted Judgment (Ji), Extroverted Judgment (Je), or Extroverted Perception (Pe)—the phenomenon of energy inversion invariably induces anomalous shifts in expected cognitive trajectories. Intriguingly, these orientations often demonstrate a natural affinity for cognitive functions that appear to contravene their foundational essence, occasionally sidelining a traditionally complementary function. The resultant emergence of a triadic configuration fosters a refined equilibrium among cognitive operations, synergistically binding three pivotal cognitive modes. As these modes merge, a distinct state, aptly termed "energy inversion," emerges. The fluid interplay and synchronization of these cognitive dichotomies underpin this equilibrium, ultimately introducing a mirrored process that encapsulates the triadic synergy of cognitive modes. 2.2. Mechanisms Underpinning Energy Inversion Foundational Duality Phase: At the genesis of cognitive evolution, the psyche instinctively aligns with its innate predisposition, establishing a foundational duality that births distinct modes of temporal comprehension. This stage exposes the archetypal contrasts embedded within Ji and Pi orientations: Ji lead - Those inclined towards Ji naturally orient to the Revision Mode, influenced by the dynamics between Ji and Pe, echoing the principle 6 "Out of the One comes Two". This orientation molds their temporal perception, casting it in terms of discrete time analysis—a focus on static, standalone moments over flowing sequences. As illustrated in Figure A, from this singular orientation, a dichotomy emerges between Revision and Conducting, each with its distinct temporal analysis preferences. Pi lead - In contrast, Pi-driven individuals manifest a predilection for the Conducting Mode, orchestrated by the combined potency of Pi and Je. This cognitive synergy gives rise to continuous time analysis, which prioritizes the progressive unfolding of events over the analysis of individual snapshots. As depicted in Figure B, from this primary orientation, a division surfaces between Conducting and Revision, each characterized by its unique approach to temporal analysis. Antithetical Integration Phase: In the inexorable journey of cognitive evolution, where foundational dualities have presented the primal matrices of temporal comprehension, a more intricate metamorphosis beckons—enter the Antithetical Integration Phase. Herein, the duality ingrained within Ji and Pi leads undergoes a transformational divergence, transmuting to a compound mode of cognitive function. No longer is the psyche's disposition a mere binary outcome of its inherent tendencies. The Antithetical Integration Phase elucidates the psyche's multifaceted struggle to amalgamate these foundational dualities, while also confronting inherent conflicts that deter such unions. Ji lead - The trajectory for Ji-led individuals naturally propels them towards the Mode of Analysis, a synthesis of Ji and Pi. However, inherent conflicts deter this union, causing a polarization within Judgment. Thus, "Out of Two comes Three" for these individuals materializes as the compound mode of Alignment-Revision (QEE-Ji), with Ji arbitrating the dialogue between Pe and Je. Refer to Figure C, which provides a visual representation of the QEE-Ji Compound Mode architecture. It's noteworthy that the concept of compound modes, while touched upon here, is explored in greater depth in prior scholarly discourse. 'Out of Two Comes Three' Pi lead - Similarly, Pi-led individuals should ideally gravitate towards the Mode of Analysis, uniting Pi and Ji. Yet, internal discord precludes this, resulting in a perceptual polarization. Here, "Out of Two comes Three" manifests as the Cognizance-Conducting (QEE-Pi) Compound Mode, with Pi serving as the conduit between Pe and Je. Consult Figure D, which offers a graphical illustration of the QEE-Pi Compound Mode structure. ‘Out of Two Comes Three' Transcendental Culmination Phase: Upon reaching this pinnacle of cognitive maturation, the triadic schema beckons for a holistic amalgamation. An inherent tension, deeply entrenched, solicits the intervention of the Transcendent Function—a cardinal construct within cognitive typology symbolizing a mediatory force 2, 3, 4, 6, 7. This juncture heralds the onset of a refined cognitive equilibrium, laying the groundwork for the 'One as the Fourth' paradigm. Ji and Pi lead - The ultimate stage encapsulates the principle of 5 "From the Third Comes the One as the Fourth." Within the triadic cognitive constellation, there's a palpable tension, particularly between Je and Pe, which necessitates the mediating influence of the Transcendent Function. This mediator assiduously integrates the third mode, Interaction, stabilizing the cognitive system and inverting the psychic energy. However, this integration comes at the expense of the Ji-Pi connection, almost entirely isolating one function from the triadic interaction. This cultivated stability gives rise to the 'One as the Fourth,' a profound concept that will be dissected in section 6 of this exposition. 'From the Third comes the One as the Fourth’ As elegantly portrayed in Figure E, the harmonious triad of Ji, Je, and Pe is encapsulated through the astute alignment of two equilateral triangles. The primary triangle embodies the vast expanse of cognitive evolution, whereas its inverted counterpart, ensconced within, captures the delicate dance of the three cognitive entities, culminating in four harmoniously blended triangular facets. Each vertex of these triangles manifests a precise alignment, elucidating the nuanced interdependencies among them. The deliberate chromatic choices bear significance: Ji, cloaked in verdant green, symbolizes its foundational stature; Je, in a radiant hue of red, heralds its proactive vigor; and Pe, painted in luminous yellow, mirrors its enlightening capability. Furthermore, this geometric representation underscores the trio of integrated modalities that seamlessly knit Ji, Je, and Pe together. Central to this construct is the emblematic "Mirror"—a motif poised for exhaustive scrutiny in the forthcoming segments of this treatise. The sophisticated design of Figure E provides not just a visual, but also an epistemological guide, emphasizing the balance and synthesis intrinsic to advanced cognitive typology. 3 Analysis of the Pi Lead with Energy Inversion (Omitted Ji) Transitioning from the overarching theory of energy inversion, we now narrow our focus to dissect its manifestation in the Pi Lead, particularly where Ji is omitted. 3.1 Energy-Inverted Paradigm: Salient Characteristics and the Influence of Dominant Pi The 'energy-inverted' paradigm, distinguished by its unique interplay of a polarized Pi-Pe nexus, absence of Ji, and an integrated Interaction mode, instigates significant metamorphoses within the cognitive milieu. The nonexistence of Ji in this paradigm implies an individual whose cognition is predominantly anchored in the external realm. Their perceptual modes (Pi and Pe) oscillate between the interior and exterior domains, and their evaluative judgment is projected externally (Je). This apparent extroversion stems primarily from the object-centric orientation of each cognitive function within the triad, propelling the individual into a state of heightened, or 'active,' cognitive engagement as compared to other introverted developmental paths. This escalated degree of engagement, while advantageous in numerous contexts, may intermittently precipitate cognitive exhaustion, thereby necessitating intermittent periods of repose and rejuvenation. 3.2 Implications, Challenges, and Advantages of Ji Absence in Energy-Inverted Pi Leads The void of Ji significantly reverberates through the cognitive framework of energy-inverted individuals with dominant Pi, given the crucial part that Ji plays within cognitive mechanisms. Ji, in essence, seeks harmonization and internal coherence through the identification of discrepancies either against an individual's idiosyncratic referential framework or the inherent structure of objects. The lack of this function could hamper the ability of Pi leads to carry out self-referential assessments, potentially fostering disharmonies within their global conceptualization. In the absence of Ji's capacity to detect self-incongruities, character imperfections, or asymmetries 5, Pi leads may unknowingly sow seeds of inconsistency within their worldview. Given Ji's role as an internal regulatory mechanism for ensuring self-coherence, its absence could inadvertently facilitate the existence of these inconsistencies without eliciting the typical discomfort or introspective scrutiny. Further, Pi leads may grapple with the task of discerning the concordance or dissonance between their internal convictions and the external world's events or entities. In certain situations, they may lack the introspective feedback necessary to assess whether an external occurrence or entity harmonizes with their intrinsic values or ethos. 3.3 Potential Advantages of Ji Exclusion in Energy-Inverted Pi-Dominant Individuals The absence of Ji, despite potential challenges, confers unique advantages for energy-inverted Pi leads, especially when we examine the functions of the individual modes: Conducting (Pi+Je), Cognizance (Pi+Pe), and Interaction (Pe+Je). Although our more comprehensive treatise on compound modes can be found in our exhaustive paper and related articles, this presentation will concentrate specifically on each mode independently for clarity and ease of understanding. Cognizance (Pi+Pe): With the increased emphasis on perception due to the absence of Ji, the Pi lead has an enhanced ability to engage with the Cognizance mode. This perceptually centric cognitive approach allows for a more adaptive, open-ended exploration of experiences, enhancing the individual's capacity to absorb and assimilate information in real-time, while concurrently preserving a congruent internal narrative (Pi). As a result, the individual is better positioned to accommodate continual change and navigate the flux of their experiences in a fluid manner. Conducting (Pi+Je): The absence of Ji also escalates the efficiency of the Conducting mode. Unburdened by the requirement for internal coherence checks (Ji), the Pi-lead can channel their internal perceptions (Pi) towards external objectives and strategies (Je) with lessened introspective impedance. This could potentially catalyze a more potent transmutation of internal narratives and experiences into tangible strategies in the external world, thereby establishing agency in the external milieu with diminished self-conflict. Interaction (Pe+Je): The pivot towards the Interaction mode could result in amplified adaptability and flexibility in real-time situations. The absence of Ji suggests a more direct interaction between Pe and Je, which might engender prompt, unrestrained decision-making, propelled by an unmitigated flow of real-time information (Pe) and causality-based reasoning (Je). This cognitive structure fosters effective engagement with dynamic environments and nurtures improvisational capabilities, thus rendering the individual proficient at managing circumstances where expedient adaptation and decision-making are crucial. In summary, while the omission of Ji in energy-inverted Pi leads introduces certain complications pertaining to self-alignment 5, it also confers distinct cognitive advantages. The prominence of Pi, Pe, and Je functions shapes an exceptional cognitive milieu that bolsters adaptability, decision-making efficiency, and the capacity to seamlessly adapt to continual change. Notwithstanding these benefits, it is crucial to underscore that such a cognitive schema, due to the intensive engagement with the external environment, may induce periods of heightened fatigue. This in turn, necessitates intermittent phases of respite and recovery to sustain optimal cognitive performance and to avert the risk of occasional burnout. 3.4 Bridging the Cognitive Gap: From Pi Leads to Ji Leads As we traverse from understanding the Pi lead's cognitive blueprint to the Ji lead's psychological landscape, it becomes vital to draw comparisons and contrasts in how energy inversion influences both. While the Pi lead primarily battles with navigating the external world without the Ji function, the Ji lead grapples with comprehending the internal world sans the Pi function. As we delve deeper into the realm of Ji, the parallels and divergences between these two dominant orientations, framed by the energy inversion phenomenon, will unravel, revealing a tapestry rich in cognitive diversity and depth. 4 Analysis of the Ji Lead with Energy Inversion (Absent Pi) 4.1 Energy-Inverted Configuration: Distinctive Cognitive Characteristics Underpinned by Ji Dominance At the heart of the 'energy-inverted' state lies a nuanced cognitive triad characterized by a polarized Ji-Je synergy, the notable exclusion of the Pi function, and an intensified Interaction mode. This alignment posits the individual predominantly within the external cognitive sphere. The judgmental constructs (Ji and Je) navigate the delicate interstice between the personal introspective space and the broader external milieu, with the prevailing perceptual bias skewing external (Pe). Driven by the triad's inherent object-oriented proclivity, the individual is catapulted into a state of amplified, or 'active,' cognitive engagement, distinctly setting them apart from more introverted developmental courses. Nevertheless, such profound engagement occasionally beckons phases of cognitive exhaustion, signaling the imperative for intervals of restoration and introspective solace. 4.2 The Implications and Resonances of Absent Pi in Energy-Inverted Ji Dominance Within the cognitive terrain of an energy-inverted Ji lead, the void created by the absence of Pi holds profound implications. Ji, in its astute pursuit of inconsistencies, asymmetries, and self-misalignments 5 across internal and external paradigms, finds itself operating without the temporal anchor that Pi typically provides. This dichotomy suggests that while Ji manifests unparalleled finesse in immediate evaluative processes, capturing nuances with alacrity, it simultaneously lacks the foundational backdrop against which these evaluations are contextualized. Hence, Ji-dominant entities confront the daunting task of situating these discernments within a chronicle that spans past, present, and envisioned futures. This inherent incongruity portends a potential for discord between their instantaneous cognitions and the expansive tapestry of their lived and anticipated experiences. 4.3 Potential Advantages of Pi Exclusion in Energy-Inverted Ji-Dominant Individuals The absence of Pi, in the context of an energy-inverted Ji lead, introduces distinctive cognitive opportunities that manifest primarily in the modes of Revision (Pe+Ji) and Alignment (Ji+Je). While an exhaustive discourse on these modes exists in other works, our present discussion will concentrate on elucidating the advantages inherent in each mode, in light of the unique energy-inverted Ji framework. Revision (Pe+Ji): Within this mode, the synergy of Pe's external adaptability with Ji's internal evaluation facilitates an agile, real-time response to environmental shifts. The Ji lead's continuous evaluative refinement, predicated on this synergy, capacitates them with a heightened sensitivity to external changes. This dynamic revisionism not only allows them to recalibrate beliefs and values in real-time but also places them in a position of strength when navigating scenarios demanding swift cognitive adaptability. Alignment (Ji+Je): The Mode of Alignment, leveraging the introspective capacities of Ji alongside the external orientation of Je, bestows Ji leads with the capability to discern their stance vis-à-vis prevailing societal or contextual standards. The proficiency in aligning one's internal evaluations with external mandates is an asset, granting Ji leads the ability to fluidly navigate and adapt to varying external protocols, standards, and expectations. This ensures a congruent engagement with the external realm, optimizing efficacy in objective pursuits. Interaction (Pe+Je): In this mode, the confluence of Pe's expansive external perception and Je's decisive external judgment equips Ji leads with the dexterity to make incisive, on-the-spot decisions. Absent Pi's temporal anchorage, their reliance on this mode imparts a unique advantage: an ability to parse and act upon a vast array of real-time stimuli without being hamstrung by an overly introspective pause. This positions Ji leads to excel in scenarios demanding rapid responsiveness, seamlessly processing external cues and translating them into actionable steps, all in a fluid, uninterrupted flow. In summation, an energy-inverted Ji lead, devoid of Pi, benefits from a distinctive cognitive architecture. This structure emphasizes real-time adaptability, introspective depth, and a honed ability to reconcile personal convictions with the realities of the external world. This unique cognitive milieu magnifies the Ji lead's potential for dynamic engagement and adaptability in diverse scenarios, ensuring optimal responsiveness to the ever-shifting external landscape. 5 The Axiom of Maria and Mirroring Processes: A Historical and Conceptual Bridge to Energy Inversion 5.1. Introduction to the Axiom of Maria and its Relevance The Axiom of Maria has long been regarded as an ancient metaphor for processes of transformation and integration. Historically rooted in the alchemical tradition, this axiom speaks to the idea that 6 "Out of the One comes Two, out of Two comes Three, and from the Third comes the One as the Fourth." Within this archetypal narrative, there lies an intriguing congruence with the triadic configurations observed in the II-I developmental model's energy inversion paradigm. Beyond this, its implications resonate seamlessly with the overarching cognitive equilibrium continuum, an intertwining of the III-II-I and I-II paradigms. This intricate weave of concepts beckons for a more granular and sophisticated exploration, challenging scholars to embark on a deeper dive into its profound depths. 5.2. Symbiotic Resonance: The Axiom of Maria and the II-I Model Drawing from the Axiom of Maria, we observe that the initial state of singularity (the One) bifurcates, creating a duality (the Two) 3, 6, 7. This duality then undergoes a synthesis, leading to a triadic form (the Three). Eventually, this trinity gives birth to a new form of singularity (the One as the Fourth) 3, 6, 7. Applying this metaphor to the II-I developmental model, we see the initial cognitive preference bifurcating as introverted individuals start integrating extroverted functions or vice versa. This integration then results in a triadic configuration of cognitive modes, which can be seen as the synthesis. Eventually, this synthesis creates a new form of cognitive equilibrium, analogous to the fourth singular state in the Axiom of Maria. 5.3. The Dichotomous Evolution of Cognitive Function: ‘Out of the One comes Two’ At the inception of cognitive development lies the 'One' - a dominant cognitive function that characterizes the primary orientation of an individual's psychological process 3. However, this dominion of a singular function is inherently transient. As the psyche matures and diversifies, it necessitates the integration of a complementary function 4, ushering in the emergence of the 'Two'. This transformative juncture signifies the psyche's progression from a monolithic state to a dual configuration 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, where the once solitary dominant function harmonizes with its newfound counterpart. Taking Si as an illustrative dominant function, its journey from solitary operation witnesses the assimilation of Te. Together, they forge a coupled structure, SiTe-FiNe, embodying both the Conducting and Revision zones. This combined mode represents the individual's initial duality, framing their primary operational landscape. This stage captures a pivotal moment in the cognitive evolution, echoing the profound shift from isolated operation to a collaborative dance between two distinct functions. The harmony between them represents the psyche's inherent drive towards balance, synthesis, and growth. 5.4. Triadic Expansion of Cognitive Processes: "Out of Two comes Three" As the cognitive matrix evolves beyond its foundational duality—the 'Two'—it undergoes an intricate metamorphosis with the integration of a tertiary element, the Ne function. This assimilation is not mere expansion; it refines the existing cognitive infrastructure, giving rise to complex dichotomies. The once-solidified Conducting mode, epitomized by the Si+Te dynamic, is now rendered porous. Integrating the Si+Ne Mode of Cognizance, a sophisticated triadic alignment crystallizes, birthing a compound mode aptly termed the 'Three'. At the heart of this configuration, Si, the dominant function, transitions from passive engagement to active mediation, guiding the interplay between Te, the foundational cornerstone, and Ne, the emergent dimension. At this nexus, the profound dynamism of the dialogic interface between these functions becomes palpable. A dialectic unfolds, juxtaposing the structured methodologies (embodied by the Si+Te axis of Conducting) with the emergent, less tangible impulses of Ne's Cognizance. From this dialectic arises the quasi-state known as Interaction. Here, the deterministic nature of Si and Te engages with the more unpredictable leanings of Ne. Yet, amid these interactions, the equipoise crucial for the anticipated energy inversion remains elusive. The trajectory carved by Si and Te, though enriched by Ne's presence, still awaits a more profound transformation to achieve the equilibrium necessary for inversion. Furthermore, the Interaction state exemplifies a cognitive symbiosis—a juncture where entrenched paradigms and emergent insights delicately converge, each vying for balance within the overarching structure, signaling the psyche's march toward an integrated developmental arc. 5.5. The Role of the Transcendent Function Before delving into the role of the Transcendent Function within the triadic structure, let's briefly touch upon its origins and significance. Carl Jung introduced the term "Transcendent Function" to describe a psychological mechanism that facilitates the resolution of opposites, notably the conscious and unconscious realms within an individual 2, 3, 4. This mechanism allows for the integration of these opposing dynamics into a higher unity, fostering personal growth and harmony 2 , 3, 4. Viewed within the context of our discussion, the Transcendent Function serves as a 'Third' element 2, 3, standing apart from the dualities it seeks to reconcile. Within the triadic structure, there exists an intrinsic tension and a potential for discord. These tensions might manifest as internal cognitive dissonances or conflicts stemming from external stimuli. The Transcendent function operates within this triadic structure as an indispensable mediator, navigating and neutralizing these dissonances 2, 3, 4. Its primary role is to holistically integrate the third mode, Interaction (Te+Ne), thereby solidifying the system and inverting the psychic energy. Through its active intervention, the disruptive elements, whether they be external pressures or internal conflicts, are attenuated or entirely neutralized. The result is an equilibrium, a consolidated stability that becomes the protective boundary for the triad's newfound coherence. 5.6 The Culmination: 'One as the Fourth' and the Mirrored Cognitive Cycle Emerging from a foundation of stability and equilibrium is the 'One as the Fourth'. This stage, while drawing from previous phases, is the conscious evolution of the triadic structure, leaning towards an objective, irrational orientation. Though it shares traits with the Se function, its unique characteristics are best described as 'Mirror Se'. This 'Fourth' state marks both the zenith of the individual's cognitive journey and the genesis of a new cycle, reminiscent of the cyclical Hero's Journey 1. In this journey, an end always signals a fresh beginning. The triadic cognitive structure of Si, Te, and Ne—representative of the depth, structure, and expansiveness of perception—finds its reflection in the 'One as the Fourth'. Much like a mirror capturing both the essence and depth of an image, this culmination mirrors the entire journey of the triad. Think of Si, Te, and Ne as the primary colors of light. When blended, they produce a distinct hue, which, when mirrored, reveals ‘Se’. This mirrored reflection is not a mere duplicate; it contains within it the summation of the triad's experiences, strategies, and visions, yet transcends them by adding its own unique dimension. Drawing parallels with the Hero's Journey, the 'One as the Fourth' stands at the threshold of the cyclical narrative. Just as the Hero, upon reaching the journey's end, stands poised to begin anew 1, the 'Mirror' state marks both culmination and genesis. The 'endpoint' is merely the mirrored beginning, reflecting both the depth and breadth of the triad's journey. The 'Mirror' then is not just a reflective surface but a gateway—a portal that bridges the culmination of one cognitive journey with the nascent stirrings of the next. 5.7 Bridging the Principles of Energy Inversion: A Conclusive Synthesis From the early discussions in Section 2 to the depths plumbed in Section 5, our journey through the intricacies of cognitive typology and the transformative narrative of energy inversion has revealed a labyrinth of interwoven ideas. By tracing these threads back to their origins, we find ourselves at a conceptual nexus, where the energy inversion mechanism is poetically reflected in the Axiom of Maria. Section 2 introduced us to the divergent manifestations of energy inversion, emphasizing the counter-intuitive shifts in cognitive orientations. Ji and Pi orientations formed the foundational pillars, setting the stage for more intricate configurations of cognitive processes. The concept of "Out of the One comes Two" found resonance not just in alchemical metaphors, but also in the cognitive trajectories of Ji and Pi-led individuals. As we explored further, the emergence of the Antithetical Integration Phase heralded a complex triadic configuration, embodied in the phrase "Out of Two comes Three." In contrast, Section 5, guided by the Axiom of Maria, extrapolated on these concepts, infusing a rich historical context to the narrative. The triadic configurations and their evolutionary culmination were articulated through a mirrored cognitive cycle, culminating in the 'One as the Fourth'. Both sections, while operating from distinct paradigms, elucidate the transformative journey of cognitive functions from singularity to complexity and back to a harmonized unity. In retracing our steps, a salient pattern emerges. The principles of energy inversion, rooted in cognitive typology, appear to mirror the transformative processes encapsulated in the Axiom of Maria. The parallelism is uncanny: just as energy inversion traverses the journey from singularity, through duality, to triadic configurations, and culminates in the mirrored state, the Axiom speaks to the transformation from the One, through the Two and the Three, to the 'One as the Fourth'. The intertwining of these concepts showcases a beautiful synergy: The ancient wisdom of the Axiom of Maria, deeply embedded in the alchemical tradition, seems to presciently reflect modern understandings of cognitive evolution and energy inversion. In essence, both paradigms, separated by time and domain, converge on the same truth: Transformation is cyclical, and in that cycle lies the potential for both disintegration and renewal. As we close this section, we are reminded of the timelessness of knowledge. Through the lens of cognitive typology, we are offered a glimpse into the universality of transformation narratives, a bridge between the ancient and the modern. The Axiom of Maria and the principles of energy inversion, together, serve as a testament to the enduring quest for understanding the complex tapestry of the human psyche. 6 Conclusion This exploration, anchored in the profound tapestry of cognitive architectures, resonates with a continuum of understanding that links the ancient tenets, like the Axiom of Maria, with cutting-edge revelations in cognitive typology. Stemming from the pioneering work encapsulated in the "Compound Modes in Cognitive Architectures: A Multidimensional Exploration" research, this paper broadens the vista, spotlighting the adaptive nature of the human psyche and its quest for equilibrium. The interwoven dynamics of cognitive functions, underscored by energy-inverted profiles of Pi and Ji, illuminate the boundless potential for cognitive expansion. By artfully merging age-old insights with contemporary principles, this study underscores the cyclical dance of cognitive metamorphosis, reflecting themes of transformation, synthesis, and rebirth. The foundational "Compound Modes in Cognitive Architectures" research serves as the bedrock of our exploration. As we advance, refined versions of this foundational research are in development. Looking ahead, the academic landscape is ripe with anticipation for subsequent studies that will delve deeper into the remaining developmental trajectories. Notably, revised editions of articles on Analysis, Interaction, Cognizance, and Alignment are on the horizon. These modes are not merely topics of interest but are perceived as essential cognitive gateways, pivotal to our understanding of the broader cognitive framework. While this work presents a robust conceptual edifice, it remains in its embryonic phase, beckoning for empirical validation typical of established scientific research. The propositions, as tantalizing as they are, rest within the realm of hypotheses, necessitating a measured scholarly approach. The next frontier in this domain mandates interdisciplinary synergy. To dissect the intricate latticework of cognitive processes, inputs from neuroscience, psychology, artificial intelligence, and computational modeling are essential. An interdisciplinary collaboration can craft a more encompassing methodology to fathom cognitive intricacies. Furthermore, inclusivity remains paramount. By embracing a diverse participant pool, spanning varied cultural, demographic, and socio-economic spectra, the research can resonate globally, offering universally relevant insights while eschewing biases. In essence, this document heralds a new dawn in the exploration of cognitive architecture. While its insights represent initial forays into this vast terrain, they amplify a clarion call for academia to delve deeper, navigating the enigmatic landscape of cognitive structures. This academic odyssey, filled with promise, also carries the responsibility of empirical precision and rigorous examination. 7 Acknowledgments The author extends heartfelt gratitude to the AXIS XII research consortium, with notable emphasis on Federico M., Nick M., Mark S., Eve E., and Brandon Z. Their scholarly rigor and dedication have been foundational to this exploration. Mark S. and Nick M., beyond their academic roles, warrant acknowledgment for their munificence as AXIS XII benefactors. Their unwavering financial commitment fortified the research during its more demanding stages. Distinct recognition is extended to Dajana, Dan T., Rachel G., Kurtis R., & Comrade Elmo for their consistent patronage of AXIS XII. 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  • Cognizance-Revision Compound Mode (QII-Pe)

    Kindly note: It is highly recommended to peruse our comprehensive academic publication on compound modes before delving into the subsequent content. In the interest of promoting academic exploration and vibrant intellectual discourse, we have ensured the widespread availability of this work. We enthusiastically welcome and value your intellectual contributions, critiques, and reflections. Each one, undoubtedly, enriches our shared body of knowledge and understanding. The current understanding of compound modes serves as a fundamental hypothesis that underpins our research. Our objective is to present a gradual and illuminating unveiling of exemplary examples that provide concrete evidence of the validity and potential of this concept. These carefully selected examples serve as tangible demonstrations, revealing the profound intricacies and subtle interplay that arise when different cognitive modes seamlessly integrate. Through the analysis of these illustrations, we delve deeper into the emergent properties and distinctive qualities that characterize compound modes. They serve as transformative milestones, paving the way for further exploration and investigation into the diverse permutations and manifestations of these cognitive phenomena. It is crucial to acknowledge the richness and complexity of the topic of compound modes, which merits ongoing exploration and rigorous analysis. As our research advances, our subsequent publications will delve into greater detail, unraveling the intricacies and unveiling the far-reaching implications of these compound modes. Compound Modes: An Overview Compound modes arise from developmental processes and materialize through the amalgamation of various mode conjunctions. They function to consolidate a singular mode during foundational development, while incorporating additional modes in more advanced developmental stages. The integration of these modes produces a synergistic effect, augmenting the collective capabilities of individual cognitive modes and yielding a more efficacious and adaptive cognitive system characterized by heightened cognitive dynamics. However, this increased adaptability and dynamics are accompanied by a trade-off in the form of diminished specialization within specific processes. Fundamentally, while cognitive dynamics facilitate a broader distribution of psychic energy and encourage adaptability, specialization focuses on strengthening particular processes at the cost of reduced dynamics and adaptability. For instance, the Mode of Cognizance can integrate through any pair of opposites within its four conjunctions: Conducting, Revision, Interaction, and Analysis. If it integrates through Conducting and Revision, the subsequent developmental step will involve conjunctions to Interaction or Analysis. This illustrates that compound modes exemplify the evolving nature of development, underscoring the inclusion and exclusion of processes through integration involving opposites. Exploring the Quasi-Analysis Compound Mode (QII-Pe) In the hushed folds of cognition, beneath the moon's luminary glow, a secret symphony murmurs - the dance of Cognizance-Revision, or QII-Pe. This ballet materializes from the interaction between the whispering zephyr of Extroverted Perception (Pe), the fluid stories of the moon-kissed river of Introverted Perception (Pi), and the profound silence of the Introverted Judgement (Ji) embodied in the whispering trees. The zephyr, or Pe, is an unseen bard, scripting the world's narratives on the psyche's parchment under the silent watch of the moon. Its melodies whisper through the cognitive forest, sketching tales from distant lands, echoing the world's enigmatic essence. When this zephyr carries the whimsical essence of Ne, it waltzes across the cognitive scape, lighting up dark corners with possibilities. It uncovers dreams from their hidden coves, breathing life into ethereal worlds birthed by the heart's silent longing. Conversely, when filled with the fiery rhythm of Se, the zephyr morphs. As tangible as the moon's touch, it roars with the vivid pulse of the present, its gusts passionate declarations of life's unbound energy. Every gust leaves an imprint on the psyche's landscape, asserting the existence of the tangible, raw, and profoundly real. The moon-kissed river, or Pi, tenderly curates the zephyr's whispers. As the narratives waltz on its surface, the river embraces each, transforming them into luminescent droplets. These droplets, akin to moonstone gems, adorn the cognitive scape, etching a melody of past, present, and future into the psyche's silent heart. Amid this dreamscape, the Ji trees, solitary scholars, stand tall, partaking in the wisdom of the river. They capture the narratives flowing in the river of Pi, refining these truths into constellations scattered across the forest floor. Each truth is a guiding star, providing a beacon of clarity for the subjective mind to follow. In this moonlit cognitive forest, the vibrant sun of Extroverted Judgement (Je) finds no place. Its absence amplifies the exploration of the irrational, the subjective, allowing the intricate dance of Pe, Pi, and Ji to unfold under the spectral embrace of the moonlight. Thus, in the quiet of the introspective forest, the symphony of Cognizance-Revision resonates. An orchestration scarcely perceived beyond the subconscious edge, the notes intertwine in a mesmerizing sequence of whispers and glimmers, ripples and stars. An ode to the eternal ballet of thought and experience, resonating beneath the introspective surface in the shadowy heart of QII-Pe. Original article written: May 6, 2023

  • Discrete and Continuous Time Analyses: A Study of Conducting and Revision Cognitive Modes

    Discrete and Continuous Time Analyses: A Study of Conducting and Revision Cognitive Modes Jason F. & Federico M. Independent Research New Haven, CT, United States of America Abstract - This study delineates and dissects two proposed cognitive modes, namely 'Conducting' and 'Revision', each emerging from distinct cognitive interactions - 'Conducting' from the coupling of Extroverted Judgement (Je) and Introverted Perception (Pi), and 'Revision' from the synthesis of Extroverted Perception (Pe) and Introverted Judgement (Ji). These cognitive modes afford two divergent yet complementary operational paradigms: a discrete time analysis encapsulated by 'snapshots' in the Revision mode, and a continuous time analysis characterized by sequential interpretation in the Conducting mode. Each mode presents unique potential and applications. These include domains such as personal achievement, leadership, creative expression, personalized services, and journalism. The study underscores that an individual's cognitive mode preference crystallizes into a primary cognitive zone. However, through an established pathway of cognitive development and the formation of cognitive gateways, the dynamics of the counter-zone can be integrated, thereby enhancing cognitive versatility. Rooted in detailed case studies and enriched by critical evaluations, this research augments our understanding of cognitive psychology by underscoring the value of both discrete and continuous cognitive strategies in nuanced cognition and decision-making processes. Keywords: Energetics, Cognitive Modes, Mode of Conducting, Mode of Revision, Extroverted Judgement, Introverted Perception, Extroverted Perception, Introverted Judgement, Extroverted Feeling, Extroverted Thinking, Extroverted Sensation, Extroverted Intuition, Introverted Thinking, Introverted Feeling, Introverted Intuition, Introverted Sensation, Cognitive Development, Cognitive Zones, Counter-Zones, Cognitive Gateways, Cognitive Psychology, Cognitive Versatility, Discrete Time Analysis, Continuous Time Analysis. 1 Background In recent years, AXIS XII has emerged as an innovative construct within the landscape of personality research. This framework, which operates at the intersection of cognitive psychology and typology, offers a fresh perspective on the intricate interplay of dichotomous pairs: object-subject and rational-irrational. A distinctive concept within the AXIS XII model is the 'mode,' defined as a synergistic interaction between two unique psychological functions. This interaction significantly impacts an individual's information processing, decision-making, introspection, and engagement with their inner and outer worlds. This unique blend of perspectives allows AXIS XII to contribute to a more comprehensive understanding of human personality, cognition, and behavior. It does this, in part, by exploring the dynamic relationship between 'object' and 'subject'. In the context of AXIS XII, an 'object' refers to anything external to the individual, encompassing a broad scope from tangible entities to intangible concepts 2. Counterpoised to the object, the 'subject' represents the individual's internal world, a realm encompassing thoughts, emotions, beliefs, and personal experiential impressions 2. The relationship between object and subject lays the foundation for the dynamics of cognitive functions within the AXIS XII framework. This foundation then allows for the exploration of the two primary cognitive functions, 'Judgment/Rational' and 'Perception/Irrational'. Judgment/Rational and Perception/Irrational serve as the two primary cognitive functions within this model. Judgment, the rational function, signifies the evaluative and decision-making capacity of an individual. It is a mechanism governed by the laws of reason, utilizing information and experiences to derive logical conclusions and formulate actions. It is intrinsically linked to causality, protocol enactment, and personal axioms 2. Conversely, Perception, the irrational function, pertains to the accumulation and interpretation of sensory information, thereby facilitating a subjective understanding of the individual's environment. It concerns itself with observation, exploration, and direct experience, often aligning with the empirical understanding of reality 2. The AXIS XII model further refines these interactions by introducing cognitive orientations—introverted and extroverted 2. The introverted or subject-oriented approach places emphasis on the individual's introspective tendencies, using objects as a basis for subjective interpretation and comprehension 2. In contrast, the extroverted or object-oriented approach directs focus toward the external, inducing responses from the subject that are directly influenced by the object 2. The application of these orientations to Judgment and Perception results in four distinct cognitive energetics: Introverted Judgment (Ji), Extroverted Judgment (Je), Extroverted Perception (Pe), and Introverted Perception (Pi). Ji represents a subject-oriented, rational function, concerned with maintaining internal consistency through the reduction of external stimuli and information. It operates by aligning experiences with personal understandings and decision-making, ensuring a coherent internalized structure 2, 3. In contrast, Je encapsulates an object-oriented rational function, striving to reduce the complexities of the external world into actionable outcomes. Je interacts with external structures, systems, procedures, and goals, molding these realities to synchronize with individual objectives, fostering an adaptable and responsive engagement with the outer world 2, 3. In contrast to judgment, perception operates expansively. Pe, the object-oriented, irrational function, engages with the external world to gather a multitude of experiences, thereby expanding its breadth through space. In opposition, Pi, a subject-oriented, irrational function, synthesizes personal experiences and information across the temporal axis. It forges a cohesive internal narrative that integrates past, present, and potential future 2, 3. Within the AXIS XII framework, modes emerge from the synchronization of these cognitive energetics. This synchronization underscores the equilibrium and information exchange between the paired psychological functions. The relationship between these functions can oscillate between harmony and discord, contingent on the degree of consciousness and integration of the involved cognitive operations. 2 Methodologies in Practice 2.1 Vultology: A Historical Perspective The development of the AXIS XII framework was significantly influenced by vultology, a field focused on analyzing human conversational expressions and body language in relation to psychological aspects 3. Our methodology incorporated a rigorous, frame-by-frame video analysis that enabled us to identify and decode signal data, thereby gaining deeper insights into evolving cognitive patterns. Specifically, we utilized a modified version of the CT codifier 3 for this granular analysis, with a primary focus on energetic signaling. This analytical approach resulted in the identification of four unique signals, previously unobserved. Vultology's meticulous approach offered a window into the nuanced external manifestations of cognitive processes, revealing the complex relationship between cognition and physical expression. An essential facet of vultology was its potential for tracking cognitive evolution over time, fostering a more dynamic, temporal understanding of cognition. Periodic assessments could document shifts in cognitive function, illuminating not just the static configuration of cognitive functions, but also their developmental progression. However, the complexities of vultology also presented significant challenges. While initially highly effective in identifying modes, compound modes, and mirror processes, the methodology stumbled when confronted with more intricate cases. Vultology's limitations, particularly regarding the elucidation of compound modes, necessitated a reevaluation of its role within the AXIS XII framework. Consequently, vultology was eventually phased out, making room for the development and implementation of a novel methodology—Dimensional Cognitive Analysis. 2.2 Dimensional Cognitive Analysis: An Integrative Methodology Rooted in Jungian psychology, our methodology applies the principles of Dimensional Cognitive Analysis, studying cognitive patterns through detailed video analysis. We harmonize the fundamental cognitive concepts of expansion and reduction with a comprehensive, long-term observation strategy. To overcome the limitations of a single-snapshot analysis, we observe research participants over an extended duration on our Discord video calls. This method allows us to gather data from a broad spectrum of scenarios and interactions. By observing participants’ responses and adaptations to encountering a variety of strangers, we capture the dynamic nature of their cognitive functions. This natural gravitation towards some individuals and divergence from others offers a multifaceted perspective, enhancing the clarity and accuracy of our analysis. Each cognitive function, beyond the dominant one, has a distinct position on the consciousness spectrum, dictated by its engagement frequency and depth in processing cognitive information. This engagement showcases a person's adaptability to different cognitive demands, reflecting the dynamic interplay of their cognitive processes. Functions frequently and deeply engaged tend to be more conscious, integrating with the dominant cognitive pattern. Conversely, functions engaged infrequently or superficially may require additional effort to activate effectively. Our analysis identifies these functions and assesses their accessibility, presenting a nuanced view of the individual’s cognitive landscape. This approach provides insights into cognitive preferences and abilities, empowering individuals for personal growth and deeper understanding of their mental processes. The determination of a cognitive 'type' demands consensus, requiring at least three theorists to agree on the classification. 3 Theoretical Framework 3.1 Understanding Energetics in AXIS XII The AXIS XII framework proposes a nuanced understanding of cognitive processes by focusing on their energetics — the dynamics of energy expenditure and information processing in cognitive functioning. The framework differentiates between four unique energetics, each a combination of an orientation (introverted or extroverted) and a cognitive function (judgment or perception). Introverted Judgment (Ji) and Extroverted Judgment (Je) represent the rational side of cognition, whereas Introverted Perception (Pi) and Extroverted Perception (Pe) denote the irrational. These energetics interact in various ways to create cognitive modes that significantly influence the way individuals process information, make decisions, and perceive their internal and external worlds. 3.2 Mode Formation and Classification In the AXIS XII framework, a mode is understood as the functional synchronization of two energetics. The framework proposes six distinct modes, each representing a unique blend of energetics and offering different cognitive possibilities. For example, a mode comprising Ji and Pe (Revision) would engage differently with the world than a mode dominated by Je and Pi (Conducting). Each mode implies a certain degree of flexibility and limitation in cognitive processing. A deep understanding of these dynamics can provide valuable insights into an individual's cognitive strengths, areas that require development, and their unique ways of engaging with the world 3.3 Primary Modes and Cognitive Zones AXIS XII proposes that each dominant energetic can synchronize with any of the remaining three energetics, leading to the formation of three potential primary modes for any individual. For instance, a dominant Ji energetic may integrate with Pe, Pi, or Je, leading to the emergence of Revision (Ji+Pe), Analysis (Ji+Pi), or Alignment (Ji+Je) modes respectively. In the process of mode integration, a corresponding elimination of its counter mode occurs, leading to the establishment of two distinct cognitive zones within the psyche. For instance, if the Mode of Revision (Ji+Pe) integrates, it consequently deprives the Mode of Conducting (Pi+Je) of energy or psychic libido. This deprivation and integration process determines the formation of a primary zone within the psyche. Figure A Cognitive modes are visually represented on a Cartesian plane, illustrating how the establishment of Revision as the primary cognitive zone naturally positions Conducting as the counter-zone within this specific psychological landscape (see Figure A) Figure B Cognitive modes are visually represented on a Cartesian plane, illustrating how the establishment of Conducting as the primary cognitive zone naturally positions Revision as the counter-zone within this specific psychological landscape (see Figure B) In summary, the integration and deprivation process determines the formation of a primary cognitive zone within the psyche. The resulting bifurcation can manifest in the development of double introversion or extroversion, as well as in polarized development. 3.4 Energetics in Development The crystallization of a primary mode typically occurs during adolescence, between the ages of twelve to eighteen. This milestone denotes the synchronization of the dominant and auxiliary functions. AXIS XII outlines six unique modes, each depicting the interplay between two distinct energetics. Alignment (Ji+Je) Analysis (Ji+Pi) Conducting (Pi+Je) Cognizance (Pi+Pe) Interaction (Pe+Je) Revision (Pe+Ji) These modes play a significant role in shaping an individual's cognitive development. For example, a Pi lead type has three potential primary modes: Conducting, Analysis, or Cognizance. The modes of Alignment, Interaction, and Revision are not feasible, as they exclude the Pi frame. The emergence of each of these modes leads to a different orientation of the psyche and the pooling of libido in different cognitive processes. In conclusion, the study of development and the emergence of primary modes reveals an intricate duality within the psyche, distinct from Jung's original proposition. This approach introduces greater fluidity to type and development, with each type possessing three potential inferior processes, thereby expanding the understanding of psychological development and the scope of AXIS XII's applicability. The subsequent sections will delve into the specifics of energetic interaction in the modes of Conducting and Revision, discussing the principles of energetic interaction and their implications within each mode. 4 Principle Modes: Conducting & Revision Although AXIS XII identifies six distinct modes, the primary focus of this paper will be on the Conducting and Revision modes. These modes have been selected due to their representation of the "path of least resistance" in individuals' development, characterized by the synchronization of perception (P) and judgment (J) in opposing attitudes, signifying a cognitive specialization that often leads to a conventional developmental trajectory. The remaining four modes, despite holding distinct properties and involving a higher degree of cognitive complexity, will be discussed more extensively in future papers. 5 The Mode of Revision’s Energetic Interaction: Discrete Time Analysis 5.1 Energetic Interactions: An Overview The Revision Mode (RV), a dynamic cognitive process, is distinguished by an intricate interplay between Extroverted Perception (Pe) and Introverted Judgment (Ji). In essence, this interaction enables the continual transformation of an individual's cognitive structures in response to new external stimuli and experiences. The process primarily involves two pathways: Pe ➞ Ji and Ji ➞ Pe. To provide a clear picture of this process, we need to dissect the dynamics of these pathways and the roles of Pe and Ji. 5.2 Dissecting the Pathways in the Mode of Revision 5.2.1 Interaction Between Ji and Pe in the Revision Pathway The Revision Mode, marked by an interplay of Introverted Judgment (Ji) and Extroverted Perception (Pe), involves two dominant pathways for the exchange of information: the Pe ➞ Ji and Ji ➞ Pe pathways. Here, we'll analyze the dynamics of these pathways in detail. 5.2.2 Pe ➞ Ji: The Integration of External Data into Cognitive Structures The Pe ➞ Ji pathway symbolizes the journey of data from the external environment to the internal cognitive structures. Here, the information gathered through Pe is refined, categorized, and assimilated into a cohesive internal system. The images are reduced to subjective principles, crystallizations of knowledge that resonate with the individual’s values (Fi) or logic (Ti). 5.2.3 Ji ➞ Pe: The Projection of Cognitive Structures onto the External World The Ji ➞ Pe pathway stands in contrast to the Pe ➞ Ji pathway. Here, internal concepts are expanded into novel perceptions. The results of subjective introspection are tested against external data, allowing for constant validation and adaptation of the cognitive structures. 5.3 Discrete Time Analysis in the Mode of Revision The interplay of Pe and Ji within the Mode of Revision brings about a distinct form of time analysis: discrete as opposed to continuous. Discrete time analysis underscores the static reality captured in high-resolution snapshots, as opposed to the ongoing process of events. The dynamic exchange between external perceptions and internal judgments allows individuals to closely scrutinize the immediate circumstances and form comprehensive judgments based on the detailed analysis of a single point in time. The concept of discrete time analysis reflects the function of Pe in its process of information acquisition. Pe interacts with high-fidelity data, capturing vivid snapshots from the external world, akin to photographs in high resolution. This external perception feeds into a collection of high-fidelity images that represent distinct and separate moments in time, allowing for a detailed analysis of each snapshot. Subsequently, the Ji function leverages these high-resolution snapshots for rational evaluation. Rather than considering the ongoing sequence of events, Ji focuses on each individual snapshot, applying discernment and analysis to the richly detailed, static moment. Through such rational evaluation, Ji forms refined judgments that incorporate all the detail of the snapshot and result in comprehensive, nuanced understanding. The dynamic interplay of Pe and Ji within the Mode of Revision creates an engagement with the world that is highly focused and detailed. It allows for a comprehensive understanding of each separate moment, emphasizing the detailed dissection over continuity and evolution. This discrete analysis, therefore, equips Revisers with the ability to thoroughly understand and respond to specific moments, fostering precision and depth in their comprehension. 5.4 The Role of Extroverted Sensation (Se) and Extroverted Intuition (Ne) in Discrete Time Analysis In the Mode of Revision, Extroverted Sensation (Se) or Extroverted Intuition (Ne) takes the center stage, shaping the dynamic process of discrete time analysis. Depending on an individual's cognitive architecture, either Se or Ne emerges as the pivotal perceptual function. Imagine an action photographer, personifying the essence of Extroverted Sensation (Se). Each shutter click, the ambient smell, the dance of light and shadow - all are seized as vivid sensory data for real-time analysis. The photographer embodies a high fidelity interface with the physical environment, displaying a remarkable capacity for immediate and detailed sensory apprehension. This awareness of present-moment spatial dynamics allows for prompt adjustments and swift responses to shifting environmental contexts, enhancing the photographer's capacity to record the world's sensory opulence. Se’s proclivity for seeking stimulation, combined with its nuanced understanding of the interplay between physical elements, permits an acute awareness of salient stimuli. This skill fosters pragmatic decision-making, even amidst uncertain scenarios. It's the language of the here-and-now, the pulse of the sensory world. However, this intense sensory engagement comes with its challenges. The very sensitivity that allows Se-dominant individuals to thrive can also lead them towards over-stimulation 3 or risky pursuits in their search for experiential richness. Now, envision a seasoned improvisational actor as a representation of Extroverted Intuition (Ne) in action. Ne, the ardent explorer, does not merely skim over reality's manifest surface. Instead, it plunges into unseen links and dormant energies that lie beneath 2, intuiting boundness possibilities. Guided by Ne, the actor identifies underlying patterns, anticipating the trajectory of the unfolding plot, adapting with fluidity from concept to enacted scene. Ne is distinctive in its unwavering focus on the latent potential energy 1 within objects and situations. It fuels the actor's innate curiosity, prompting them to view the world as an intricate matrix of interconnected relationships 2, sketching invisible lines between disparate elements. However, this propensity can also introduce a sense of cognitive "fuzziness" or overload, as a plethora of possibilities simultaneously vie for attention. Despite this, Ne users adeptly navigate these evolving cognitive landscapes, drawn towards the hidden reservoirs of potential beneath perceptible phenomena. The fleeting, delicate beauty of their understanding highlights the transient nature of human experiences, rendering their journey a ceaseless dance of discovery and reinvention. Whether through the immediate, detailed sensory apprehension of Se or the unearthing and exploration of potential connections by Ne, discrete time analysis within the Mode of Revision is vibrant and fluid. It continually evolves to keep pace with the changing external world, immersing itself in the present moment or expanding into future possibilities. 5.5 The Role of Introverted Feeling (Fi) and Introverted Thinking (Ti) in Discrete Time Analysis Within the Mode of Revision, either Fi or Ti significantly shapes the discrete time analysis. Depending on the individual, one of these introverted judging functions will predominate. Imagine an accomplished novelist (Fi Reviser), who wields words to express deeply felt emotional realities. Each character, each plot twist, each dialog represents a nuanced exploration of ethical values and emotional resonances. The continual interplay of self and emotion breathes life into the stories, offering readers a glimpse of the novelist's unique worldview. Fi, as an internal resonance chamber of emotions, derives its essence from the depth of personal experiences. It forms a deeply personal understanding of ethical values, resonating with the individual's inherent feeling-tones. This continuous interplay between the self and the emotionally-charged world is at the heart of subjective ethics, embodying the core essence of an individual's identity where personal values harmonize with emotional resonances. On the other hand, consider a theoretical physicist (Ti Reviser), relentlessly pursuing the fundamental principles that underpin reality. Each equation, each model, each proof is a building block in a coherent and comprehensive understanding of the universe. Ti, as a detached and reductionistic function, disassembles and reconstructs the elements it scrutinizes, noting inconsistencies and distilling concepts to their purest form. Each distilled concept forms a building block in Ti's broader framework. Ti's lengthy, diligent, and precise analysis seeks an 'atemporal' postulation, aiming for conclusions in congruence with the individual's own parameters rather than external inclinations. This propensity for frequent re-evaluation and refining can sometimes lead to structures with high conceptual purity but little practical applicability. Whether through the deeply personal ethical resonance of Fi, exemplified by our novelist, or the meticulous logical consistency of Ti, embodied by the physicist, the Mode of Revision involves a continual re-evaluation and refinement of data. This ensures robust decision-making that respects personal values with Fi and seeks logical consistency with Ti. While the intense internal focus of these functions can sometimes appear to disregard practical applicability or traditional values, the goal is always to reach a more refined, authentic, and harmonious understanding. 5.6 Comparison with Mode of Conducting: A Different Perspective In contrast, the Mode of Conducting employs a continuous time analysis through the blend of Introverted Perception (Pi) and Extroverted Judgment (Je). It crafts a narrative through internalized sequences of events, opting for a sequential understanding over individual snapshots. For instance, a conductor, unlike a musician focused on individual notes, must understand the flow of the entire symphony. This juxtaposition between the Modes of Revision and Conducting highlights distinct cognitive preferences in each mode, providing insights into the diversity of human cognition. 6 Exploring Practical Applications of the Mode of Revision 6.1 Creative Expression in the Mode of Revision Individuals using the Mode of Revision often exhibit a strong inclination towards creative expression. This inclination is not surprising when we consider the Pe + Ji dynamics that emphasize detailed external perception and subjective internal judgment, providing fertile ground for artistic endeavors. 6.2 Improving Self-Awareness Through the Mode of Revision Through the continuous re-evaluation of one's understanding of the world, the Mode of Revision promotes critical self-awareness. It encourages introspection and self-reflection, enabling individuals to understand their biases, values, and cognitive processes more deeply. 6.3 The Mode of Revision in Personalized Services Given its focus on details and its ability to adapt to new information, the Mode of Revision has significant potential for personalized services. It promotes understanding of individual client needs and encourages creative solutions tailored to those needs. 6.3.1 Healthcare In personalized healthcare, the Mode of Revision can be especially beneficial. Revisers, given their propensity for detailed analysis and reflection, can understand individual needs in depth, and offer highly tailored care and advice. Their attention to detail and continuous re-evaluation can assist in tracking patient progress and modifying treatment plans as necessary. 6.3.2 Tutoring Similarly, in bespoke tutoring, a Reviser's inclination to focus on a case-by-case basis enables them to identify individual learning styles, strengths, and weaknesses. This allows for the design of personalized learning plans that cater to each student's specific needs, leading to more effective learning outcomes. 6.3.3 Client Management In client management, Revisers can leverage their discrete focus to understand individual client needs and provide customized solutions. This can improve client satisfaction and loyalty, and contribute significantly to the success of the business. 6.4 Leveraging the Mode of Revision in Event Planning 6.4.1 Detail Orientation The success of event planning lies in meticulous attention to detail, a strength inherent in the Mode of Revision. Every small component, from venue selection to the sequence of activities, can be carefully considered and executed by Revisers, contributing to the overall success of the event. 6.4.2 Adaptability In the dynamic nature of event planning, unexpected changes are the norm. Revisers, with their tendency to review and adapt, can anticipate potential issues and swiftly develop alternative strategies. This can ensure the smooth progression of events, despite unforeseen circumstances. 6.5 Harnessing the Mode of Revision in Journalism and Reporting 6.5.1 Current Events Capture In journalism and reporting, where precise and accurate capture of current events is paramount, the Reviser's ability to seize the immediate is a significant asset. Their detailed focus allows them to accurately document occurrences, ensuring high fidelity in their reports. 6.5.2 Swift Analysis and Reporting The fast-paced, ever-evolving world of journalism demands swift analysis and reporting, a task well suited to the Mode of Revision. Revisers' detailed analysis assists them in dissecting complex events and conveying them in a digestible format to their audience, thereby enhancing the overall value and credibility of their journalistic endeavors. 7 Energetic Interaction in the Mode of Conducting with a Focus on Continuous Time Analysis 7.1 Energetic Interactions: An Overview The Mode of Conducting (CN) articulates a complex interplay of energetic interactions between Introverted Perception (Pi) and Extroverted Judgment (Je). This cognitive synergy enables the continual synchronization of an individual's subjective insights with the external world, molding a dynamic exchange of cognitive energies. 7.2 Comparative Analysis of Pathways in Mode of Conducting 7.2.1 Pathways of Conducting: Interaction of Pi and Je A critical focus of Conducting, characterized by the amalgamation of Introverted Perception (Pi) and Extroverted Judgment (Je), is its bifurcated pathways of information exchange: Pi ➞ Je and Je ➞ Pi. 7.2.2 Pi ➞ Je: Converting Internal Perceptions into External Actions The Pi ➞ Je pathway entails the transformation of internal perceptions into actionable strategies. In this conduit, subjective insights, extracted through Introverted Perception, are interpreted and actualized in the external world through Extroverted Judgment. This pathway underscores the translation of one's internal landscape into a strategic, pragmatic application in the external world, creating a vivid, actionable narrative from introspective insights. 7.2.3 Je ➞ Pi: Internalizing External Actions into Subjective Insights Conversely, the Je ➞ Pi pathway involves the integration of external actions into one's subjective understanding. Here, the outcomes of externalized strategies are internalized, augmenting and refining the existing cognitive landscape. This process enables the individual to learn from their actions, facilitating an iterative process of cognitive growth and strategic refinement. 7.3 Continuous Time Analysis in the Mode of Conducting The dynamic interplay of Pi and Je within the Mode of Conducting facilitates a unique form of time analysis: continuous as opposed to discrete. Continuous time analysis underscores the unfolding process of events, as opposed to dissecting reality into discrete, static moments. The active interchange between internal perceptions and external actions enables individuals to not only react to the immediate circumstances but also to anticipate, plan, and adapt their strategies to the evolving dynamics of the environment. The nature of continuous time analysis mirrors the concept of Pi in its process of information assimilation. Pi deals with low-fidelity data and shapes narratives or sequences through the assimilation of these information strands, much akin to creating a flipbook of recollected events. This subjective ordering and internalization of events feeds into a continuum that maintains an ongoing interaction with the present experiences, adapting and growing with each new information input. Meanwhile, the Je function utilizes this ongoing narrative to shape external actions and decisions. Rather than focusing on high-resolution snapshots, Je considers the narrative flow in its entirety, applying rational evaluation to the unfolding sequence of events. It strategizes and orchestrates actions that are not only responsive to the immediate context but also anticipatory of future developments. This interplay of Pi and Je within the Mode of Conducting creates an engagement with the world that is proactive and adaptive. It allows for a fluid understanding of temporal phenomena that emphasizes continuity and evolution over static dissection. The continuous analysis, thus, helps maintain a dynamic equilibrium with the changing external world, fostering resilience, and strategic foresight. 7.4 The Emphasis of Introverted Sensation (Si) and Introverted Intuition (Ni) in Continuous Time Analysis Within the Mode of Conducting, both Si and Ni contribute to the shaping of continuous time analysis in distinct, yet essential, ways. Si emphasizes the conscious analysis and internalization of sensory data derived from personal experiences, while Ni engages in the exploration and apprehension of the interconnected patterns and potentialities of the temporal continuum. Consider the consummate historian (Si), who navigates time through the lens of their sensorial experiences and accumulated subjective history. The historian, as an embodiment of Si, perceives time as a woven tapestry of sensory impressions and past events, each echoing in the present moment. Each echo, whether it be a preserved sentiment, an emotionally tinged memory, or a vivid sensory detail, contributes to the shaping of a personal narrative. This narrative is not static, but alive, consistently interacting with and being reshaped by present experiences. Si's acute awareness of this personal historical continuity creates a sense of intimate connection with the past, fostering a nuanced understanding of the present and offering a grounding perspective on future possibilities. Contrastingly, consider the seer (Ni) who transcends the sensory plane of reality to probe the deeper currents of time. The Ni user perceives time not as discrete points, but as an interconnected network of patterns and cycles. The seer's understanding of time is not constrained by sensory details or personal history. Instead, Ni's exploration of time involves the distillation of experiences into symbols, patterns, and archetypes, facilitating a more abstract understanding of the timeline continuum that smoothly integrates the echoes of the past, the ripples of the present, and the waves of the future. Whether through Si's preservation and internalization of sensory impressions or Ni's exploration of interconnected temporal patterns, continuous time analysis remains dynamic and predictive within CN, ensuring a complex and robust understanding of temporal phenomena. 7.5 The Emphasis of Extroverted Feeling (Fe) and Extroverted Thinking (Te) in Continuous Time Analysis In the Mode of Conducting, Extroverted Feeling (Fe) and Extroverted Thinking (Te) emerge as pivotal functions in the analysis and management of external, object-focused systems. First, consider a seasoned diplomat (Fe Conductor), who navigates the terrain of social interactions and collective harmony. The diplomat embodies the essential characteristics of Fe, applying value-focused, intersubjective reasoning to the delicate task of diplomacy. For this Fe user, every conversation, every gesture, every subtle change in the collective mood is a piece of valuable information. Fe processes these data and structures it within the interpersonal realm, creating a coherent, harmonized social-emotional landscape. This landscape forms the basis for decision-making, strategy formulation, and action implementation, always aiming to fulfill ethical objectives and uphold collective harmony. The diplomat's expertise lies in their ability to respond adeptly to the complex social dynamics and to steer the conversation towards a mutually beneficial resolution. Now, contrast this with a seasoned military general (Te Conductor), who strategizes with efficiency and systemic understanding at the forefront. The general, embodying the principles of Te, interprets every battlefield event, every strategic decision, and every logistical challenge as integral parts of an objective system. Te processes these elements to construct a coherent operational blueprint, geared towards efficient execution and goal achievement. For the Te user, the goal is to control and optimize the system, implementing established and proven protocols, and seeking continual improvements to ensure maximum efficiency. This efficiency-oriented approach permits the general to lead with clarity and decisiveness, translating internal insights into effective actions and tangible results. Through the social-ethical emphasis of Fe and the efficiency-oriented application of Te, the Mode of Conducting offers a dynamic and balanced approach to continuous time analysis. This balance ensures that both interpersonal and operational elements are considered, fostering a holistic understanding of the external, object-focused systems. The social-ethical emphasis of Fe, coupled with the efficiency-driven application of Te, creates a dynamic and balanced approach to real-time analysis within the Conducting mode. This equilibrium ensures consideration of both interpersonal and operational aspects, encouraging a holistic understanding of external, objective-oriented systems. 7.6 Comparison with the Mode of Revision In contrast, the Mode of Revision employs discrete time analysis, achieved through the interaction of Extroverted Perception (Pe) and Introverted Judgment (Ji). This mode fractures reality into precise, high-resolution snapshots, prioritizing intricate detail over continuity. While Conducting formulates strategic narratives from perceived event sequences, Revision concentrates on refining internal frameworks through a meticulous examination of discrete moments. 8 The Complementary Nature of Revision and Conducting Revision and Conducting, through discrete and continuous time analyses respectively, provide complementary perspectives essential for a comprehensive understanding of the world. The detailed scrutiny of high-fidelity snapshots in Revision balances with the broad and sequential view of events in Conducting. This balance is pivotal for cognitive flexibility, personal development, and a nuanced understanding of the complexities inherent in human experiences. Through their interplay, individuals can navigate the world with both depth and breadth, ensuring a well-rounded, adaptive approach to cognition and decision-making. 9 Practical Applications and Potentials of the Mode of Conducting 9.1 Personal Achievement and Goal Setting Within the realm of personal achievement and goal realization, individuals operating in the Mode of Conducting display a distinct capacity for envisioning, articulating, and actualizing objectives, creating a conducive environment for personal growth. 9.1.1 Strategic Visioning The synergy between Pi and Je enables Conductors to create detailed strategic visions. For instance, a CEO operating in this mode might have the ability to envision company growth and success in the future, factoring in various elements such as market trends, competitive landscape, and internal resources. 9.1.2 Formulating and Implementing Action Plans Once a strategic vision has been formulated, Conductors excel at translating this into actionable steps. The foresight of Pi, complemented by the systematic nature of Je, enables them to create efficient action plans that are closely aligned with the broader strategic vision. 9.2 Team Building and Leadership The Mode of Conducting equips individuals with the capacity to understand, guide, and motivate teams towards collective goals, thereby establishing effective leadership dynamics. 9.2.1 Collaborative Synergies With their innate ability to build teams that work in synergy, Conductors maximize individual strengths for the common objective. For instance, a project manager employing this cognitive mode might be able to delegate tasks effectively, creating space for strategic decision-making and fostering an atmosphere of collaboration. 9.3 Effective Communication In addition to strategic visioning and planning, Conductors are skilled at communicating their ideas and plans persuasively. 9.3.1 Expressing Vision and Strategies They are adept at articulating their visions and strategies persuasively. For instance, a social activist might use this ability to inspire others and galvanize action towards a shared goal. 9.3.2 Adapting Communication Style to Different Audiences Conductors have the capacity to modify their communication style based on their audience. A teacher employing this cognitive mode, for example, may explain a complex concept differently to a group of students than to fellow educators, maximizing understanding and engagement in each case. 9.4 Geopolitical and Market Analysis The integrated perspective provided by the interplay of Pi and Je offers potential advantages in understanding and interpreting geopolitical and market scenarios. 9.4.1 Global Strategy and Prediction In a global context, Conductors have the potential to excel in strategic planning and prediction. A diplomat using this cognitive mode, for instance, might be able to anticipate global trends and develop diplomatic strategies based on a comprehensive assessment of global dynamics. 9.4.2 Navigating Market Trends Furthermore, Conductors demonstrate a distinctive aptitude for identifying and responding to market trends. An example might be a market analyst who can interpret evolving market dynamics and adjust strategies accordingly, thus enabling effective navigation through complex economic landscapes. 10 Conclusions and Future Directions The current study explored two distinct cognitive mechanisms, the Mode of Conducting (CN) and the Mode of Revision (RV), each characterized by unique interplays between cognitive functions. CN showcases a dynamic interplay between Introverted Perception (Pi) and Extroverted Judgment (Je), promoting continuous time analysis and strategic foresight. Conversely, RV exemplifies the interaction between Extroverted Perception (Pe) and Introverted Judgment (Ji), facilitating discrete time analysis and continual cognitive transformation. Through careful analysis, we elucidated distinct pathways of information exchange within both Conducting and Revision. In CN, the Pi ➞ Je and Je ➞ Pi pathways enable the transformation of internal perceptions into external actions and the integration of external actions into subjective insights. In contrast, in RV, the Pe ➞ Ji and Ji ➞ Pe pathways allow for the transformation of external stimuli into internal cognitive structures and projecting these internal concepts onto the external world. Our research into these mechanisms' interplay with other cognitive functions uncovered their significance in managing and revising both internal and external cognitive systems. In CN, the roles of Introverted Sensation (Si), Introverted Intuition (Ni), Extroverted Feeling (Fe), and Extroverted Thinking (Te) were explored. In contrast, in RV, the importance of Extroverted Sensation (Se), Extroverted Intuition (Ne), Introverted Feeling (Fi), and Introverted Thinking (Ti) was examined. In comparing these cognitive modes, we revealed their complementary nature. While RV dissects reality into detailed snapshots for in-depth analysis, CN creates a narrative based on a continuous sequence of events. This balance is crucial for cognitive versatility and a nuanced comprehension of human experiences. Practical applications and potential of both Conducting and Revision were also investigated. CN was found to be beneficial in strategic visioning, communication, team building, and fields like geopolitical and market analysis. RV showed promise in areas requiring precision and adaptability, like creative expression, personalized services, meticulous event planning, and journalism. This study, therefore, enriches our understanding of the foundational mechanisms of the Modes of Conducting and Revision, illuminating their cognitive dynamics and potential applications. The field remains ripe for future research, focusing on how these modes interact with other cognitive functions, their combined influence on human decision-making, and their potential benefits in different professional and educational contexts. Through a comprehensive understanding of such cognitive processes, we can gain deeper insights into the complexity and diversity of human cognition, advancing not only psychological research but also practical applications in personal development, education, and organizational management. 11 Acknowledgments In acknowledging the intellectual contributions that underpin AXIS XII's standing within the academic milieu, it is apt to begin by tracing its genesis and evolution. AXIS XII originated as an auxiliary branch of the Cognitive Type (CT) group, where it initially adopted vultology as a heuristic tool. This heuristic paved the way for identifying patterns within individual vultology, offering an intermediary approach to unraveling cognitive development over time, particularly concerning higher-order processes and the individuation process. As our research unfolded, AXIS XII blossomed into a distinct entity, marked by its unique set of research methodologies. This evolution warrants the recognition of AXIS XII as an independent and discrete body within cognitive studies. In our pursuit of understanding and defining cognitive functions, certain individuals have made significant strides. Both Nick and Brandon were instrumental in the defining and understanding of the functions Fi, Te, Ne, and Ni. In the same vein, Diana T. has provided critical insights into the definition and conceptualization of Ti and Fe. Their collective efforts have immensely enhanced our grasp of these cognitive facets, contributing to the body of knowledge that AXIS XII represents. The author would like to express profound gratitude to the AXIS XII research team, with a special mention of Federico M., Nick M., Mark S., Brandon Z., and Dan T. Their intellectual prowess and diligence shaped this exploration. Federico M.'s substantial contribution to this research paper's written content is noteworthy. He identified the concepts of discrete versus continuous time analysis within the modes of Conducting and Revision, and his efforts to extend this into our methodology II led to a significant advance in our research, including our shift away from vultology. In addition, his work in creating the diagrams of the modes on a Cartesian plane has been a significant aid in visualizing and understanding our theoretical constructs. Mark S., Nick M., and Dan T. deserve acknowledgment, not only for their invaluable roles within the research team but also for their generosity as AXIS XII patrons. Their steadfast financial support underpinned the research during its challenging phases. Special recognition goes to Dajana, Rachel G., and Kurtis R. for their unwavering patronage of AXIS XII. Their financial contributions and sustained support significantly bolstered our research endeavor. A nod of appreciation is extended to Jawad, a recent addition to the AXIS XII typologist team. His wide-ranging contributions, including moderation, outreach, case support, and a generous one-time donation, have enriched our project. Further thanks are extended to Peter D., Mystic, Grace, and Spacey of the AXIS XII collective. Their active participation, insightful feedback, and steadfast support have been instrumental in refining our research and enriching the discourse. This project is, like any scholarly undertaking, a product of collective effort. Each contribution, regardless of its nature, played an instrumental role in shaping the final output. The gratitude expressed here is a testament to the symbiotic relationship between individuals and the collective in the realm of academic exploration. 12 References 1. Augustinavičiūtė, A. (1996). The Dual Nature of Man. Socionics, Mentology and Personality Psychology, 1-3. 2. Jung, C.G. (1923). Psychological types. Harcourt, Brace. 3. Sandoval, J. (2016). Cognitive Type: The Algorithm of Human Consciousness As Revealed Via Facial Expressions. Nemvus Productions.

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