The psychological functions are based on: Thoughts, Feelings, Sensations, and Intuition. We only have one psychological function which is fully developed in our human conscience, and another one half-developed. The other two psychological functions and half psychological function are not well developed in our consciousness and this belongs to our anti-conscience, our absurd and bad primitive conscience .
However, the truth is that our anti-conscience takes up most of our psyche, because it affects our ego. The analogy is not only for us, humans are focused on the human side of our conscience. We need help; Our anti-conscience is strong enough that we as humans behave in our own human consciousness.
We need to develop our human conscience and simultaneously eliminate our anti-conscience, while following the unconscious guidance in dreams. This is a process of consciousness which works on the psychological functions possessed by our anti-conscience, thereby getting them to the the light of our conscious phase. This means that, we totally, understand the content, and turning it into a positive way.
For example, if you belong to a psychological group based on thoughts, it means that the opposite psychological function facing your main psychological function, which is based on feelings, will not work at all in your human consciousness. Then this means you are reasoning like a robot. You do not have human feelings. That is why you are indifferent and cruel, and do not understand how other people feel.
However, this is something that your human conscience cannot accept because you have a selfish ego. You think it’s right to be the way you are, and you do not want to worry about the importance of other peoples’ feelings.
The unconscious helps to understand your psychological problems and the importance of kindness for your psychological health. You will learn to develop all your psychological functions according to your sensitivity and wisdom.
More so, this is how you completely stop having psychological problems and purify your mind as well. Get rid of the bad influence of this satanic anti-conscience. The divine unconscious helps transform evil concepts of your wild conscience into positive ones which will help you become more intelligent. You will learn to develop your feelings. You become sensitive. You pay attention to how you feel. You do not try to ignore what you do not like. You are connected with your reality. You can also predict the future by reading the symbolic signs of your reality, which can be translated just like dreams. This means that you develop your psychological functions simultaneously. You stop being one-sided. You learn to give importance to all components of your reality, and not just those that are your favorite psychological function.
You will also learn to have an introverted and extroverted attitude in life. You stop being just introverted. You stop being a guy that is just interested in his/her own opinion about everything and nothing.
The divine unconscious mind shows you in your own dreams how to fight what is wrong and how to develop the positive characteristics of your personality. Get rid of your absurd anti-conscience, and you become a perfect human being.
Interestingly, functionalism drew criticism from both structuralists and behaviorists. Structuralists accused the functionalist for not defining the concepts
that were important to functionalism. In addition, the structuralists said that the functionalist were simply not studying psychology at all; psychology to a structuralist involves mental content and nothing else. Finally, the functionalists attracted criticism for the application of psychology; the structuralists opposed applications on behalf of psychology.
Finally, functionalism was important in the development of psychology as it has expanded the scope of psychological research and application. Because of the broader perspective, psychologists have accepted the validity of animal research with children and people with psychiatric disorders. Functionalists introduced a wide variety of Search techniques that were beyond the limits of structural psychology as physiological measures, mental tests and questionnaires.