System of psychological vectors
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Hello there!

Welcome to the Psychological Vector System!

If you’re looking to learn more about yourself, better understand the people around you, and start building strong, balanced relationships in your life, you’ve come to the right place.

Take the Vector Test, read Psychology and Your Orifices, and head over to the Vector Gallery, where you can find photos, movies, and quotes that beautifully illustrate your vectors. Get ready to enjoy your fascinating journey into the world of human psychology.

Sincerely,
Michael Borodiansky, MD

FAQ Ask your question All answers
What is a “vector”?
Vectors entail all the psychological and physiological qualities (character, habits, health, and more) that are linked to one or another of a person’s bodily orifices… more »
What is “vector neurosis”?
Neurosis refers to critically low acceptance of a vector and its qualities, leading to unrealized potential and sometimes even psychosomatic diseases.

About the Psychological Vector System

At the beginning of the last century Sigmund Freud posited that a person’s character is somehow related to the sensitive orifices (mouth, nose, ears, eyes, anus, urethra, skin, navel) on their body.

Back then he did not yet know or was not ready to openly declare that the sensitivity of our orifices governs every area of our lives: from our health to our sexual preferences to the profession we choose to how we conduct business.

This website will teach you about how the kind of person you are depends on your primary sensitive area, as well as how that information can help you throughout your life.

The author leans on gripping and often entertaining stories to discuss psychological tools you can apply to build strong relationships with your children, parents, close friends, and even strangers in business and your personal life.

Michael Borodiansky is a psychotherapist, a business trainer, the coauthor of the psychological vector system, the author of many publications on the art of management and communication, and the father of three children.
Since 1994 he has held 580 training seminars in and outside of Russia for more than 8,000 people.