Re-Modeling the Mind
Re-Modeling the Mind: Personality in Balance starts with a challenging proposition: what if human personality is best understood by looking first at nature and animals? We know that nature’s systems are self-balancing, and we know that insects, animals, birds, and insects are born knowing things. The book uses Carl Jung’s framework for outlining how the mind takes in and organizes information, and it also uses the Myers-Briggs personality types that many readers are familiar with. However, while the types are recognizably the same, the new model presents different reasons for why they exist, what they mean, and how they work. Re-Modeling the Mind addresses some of the hardest questions about who we are, why we do things, and why we can or can’t change. It rewards close attention as few personality books can, since it is presenting a model of how we function.