Rob is a CPT practitioner with an INF-T (INTJ) type code. His type analyses are consistently excellent and his knowledge of CPT is robust – I couldn’t be happier to have Rob on the team!Harry
Hi everyone and thank you for coming by this section! My passion for self-improvement has led me to Harry’s Cognitive Personality Theory, and right away I fell in love with it. I believe CPT is an indispensable tool for anyone interested in personal growth. It is my great pleasure to be sharing this system with you all!
Below is a growing list of blog posts serving as a self-reflecting writing project. I’ve looked at myself and my interpersonal relationships, referring to CPT archetypes, as a way of developing myself. It has been an immensely rewarding journey. My hope is to help enrich yours with my insights and knowledge in Jungian based concepts. I’m deeply grateful to Harry for allowing me to contribute.
Looking forward to getting in touch!
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Grow out of your MBTI type
Everyone has their own take on it. And most of the time, the 16 archetypes appear as underdeveloped characters belonging in a poorly written love fan fiction.
The Mastermind & the Architect
Honestly I don’t see that awkward anti-social stereotype that looms over being an INTP. Type descriptions have painted you as these emotionless sentient robots, totally missing the mark that you are also socially very intelligent.
The Mastermind & the Field Marshal
ENTJs thoroughly evaluate if their goals would truly make them happy before they set out to achieve them. You’re the living embodiment of “Be careful what you wish for.” You think through — not only logically but also …
The Mastermind & the Healer
They call you the Dreamer. Yet INFPs are the realest people I’ve had the privilege to know. I mean that quite literally. Out of all the types, you most conscientiously stare in the face of reality.
The Mastermind & the Inspector
From my experience, the ones most creative at flipping the middle finger at the authority have been ISTJs. When you stand up against what’s wrong with the world and society, you know you’re right. You know you're in …
The Mastermind & the Performer
It’s funny really, ESFPs are described as one-dimensional characters when in reality you are a very complete human being who’s continuously adding tangible dimensions to yourself.
The Mastermind & the Promoter
It’s not uncommon for ESTPs to have many advanced degrees, speak multiple languages fluently, and excel at just about any hobbies they’re passionate about. So instead of being the dumb jock the MBTI community has made you to …
The Mastermind & the Protector
Truth in itself doesn’t hurt anyone. What matters is how it’s interpreted. It’s how it reflects on the human beings involved. And I believe out of all the types, ISFJs are the best at delivering the message.
The Mastermind & the Teacher
Blanketed by the outward charm and warmth, ENFJs are intelligent supercomputers building algorithms personalized for the people around them. Like how social media can predict what you want for Christmas. But at least with you, I have a …
This section provides my non-canonical approach to CPT ideas.
Defining CPT functions with the use of Gödel’s incompleteness theorem
The purpose of this blog is to conjoin CPT with Gödel’s incompleteness theorem and how that shapes our perceptions of reality. We don’t see all of the truth because our “incompleteness” enables us to savor our humanly limited experiences. This same limiting effect happens with our egos in terms of the Jungian cognitive functions. Using the theorem, making distinctions between the functions helps draw insight inside the psyche of a personality type.