Dominant (Ni) - Faith in their vision, committed to a long-term plan, synthesizes information thoroughly.
Auxiliary (Fe) - Makes speech appropriate for the situation, assisting people by impacting their feelings.
Tertiary (Ti) - Sometimes conceded with technical accuracy, can be pedantic about certain things.
Inferior (Se) - Taking action to make one’s vision a reality, testing ideas to see if they’re practical.
Opposing (Ne) - Doubting certain possibilities, prefers to innovate over time and not immediately.
Senex (Fi) - Thinks of moral issues as useless and doesn’t see their application to humanity.
Trickster (Te) - Not caring what actions are pragmatic, giving others a false sense of direction.
Demon (Si) - Easily forgets names/numbers/dates, feeling disconnected from their own body.
- Adapted from Lectures on Jungian Typology by Marie-Louise von Franz and James Hillman