Wednesday, December 26, 2012

King of Swords Speaking

I was looking something up and happened upon the chart below.  I cannot tell you the delight to find the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) associated with the Tarot.  This is straight from Wikipedia but check it out.  If you are not familiar with MBTI, it is an excellent way to observe your own personality presentations and to understand where your difficulties with others arise.

Yes, ENTJ, at your service, The King of Swords, though you may call me Prince.

(I'm having trouble posting but will go for it and come back later and try to re-format.  Very excited to
share this infomration with you!!!)

Court cards and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

Tarotists sometimes assign correspondences between the 16 court cards and the 16 types under the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) personality profile test. See Wikipedia article on Myers-Briggs Type Indicator for a discussion of the MBTI and the 16 MBTI types.
It should be noted that there is no one single universal system of correspondences between the 16 court cards and the 16 MBTI types. There have been a number of different systems of court-to-type correspondences identified by tarotists.

[edit]Table of various MBTI correlation

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