Tracking the Elusive Human puts you on the trail that leads to the discovery of your own type and its development. Here is a compassionate and tolerant view of what makes people different that will serve you well both at home and on the job.
It describes C.G. Jung’s psychological types, and the body and temperament types of William Sheldon, and these descriptions are interwoven with an actual account of what it’s like to go on the inner journey of individuation by way of typology.
The work of these pioneering psychologists is seen in its true light as a practical way of dealing with daily life. Tracking the Elusive Human goes on to show how types play a role in falling in love, marriage, and the bringing up of children, and it puts special emphasis on the crucial role that our fourth, or least developed function, plays in our overall growth. It is enlivened with line drawings, cartoons and self-discovery quizzes.