The Music of Life (series) by Nonen Titi

Every person is born with a set of natural talents – their psychological type. Ignore these talents and you may find life difficult. Live in harmony with your inner composition and life can be a breeze.

Based on the sixteen different types of people originally described by Carl Jung and Myers-Briggs, this series explains how we are different, why this is unavoidable, and what that means for the way we live together.

Books currently in the series:

Playing with Natural Talents: a descriptive guide to discovering typenames

Playing natural talentsQuickly discover your psychological type or that of somebody you know.  RRP $30

Based on the letter types of Jung and Meyers-Briggs, this book used directed reading to help you understand what makes you special and how you relate to those you love.

Just as with the online tests you can discover your own type, but with the added bonus of getting the explanation in the process. And you can find the type of others, such as your children, parents, friends or colleagues – or your perfect job.

Concerto for Mankind: a musical analogy of human types

Concerto for mankindFor those people who wish to understand how our psychological types function inside our minds and how that expresses in the different types, this book explains the psychology in an easy to understand comparison to music.  RRP $35

Additionally it discusses the differences and similarities between the methods of Jung, Myers-Briggs, David Keirsey and some others.

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