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    Quote Originally Posted by ayoitsStepho View Post
    hmm, i didnt realise you could be a 9w1.
    I am mistaken. I really don't know what type he is.


    The types are adjacent, as shown in this picture. So 1w9 and 9w1 are possible. I should have cleared that up.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    No you have been really helpful thanks! I completely understand all of this now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    3) What makes a function Introverted or Extroverted anyway?

    An introverted function is drawn inward and internalized, it's more subjective. Extroverted functions and projected outward. Take Ti vs Te for example, Ti is internal logic application and logical standards, Te is external logic application and logical standards. For this reason Ti users look at a problem and sort of filter it through their Ti system, they see the missing pieces and then through Se and Ne fill in said pieces. Te users just simply apply logic in a given situation, it's not based on a system, it's just based on what works. Te isn't really internalized like Ti is. Te standards are internalized based on Si or Ni.
    i dont understand how internal = subjective.
    Ji especially keeps itself removed from external objects, hence its judgment is objective. Je is involved with the external object, which makes its judgment subjective.
    am i crazy or wut?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge View Post
    i dont understand how internal = subjective.
    Ji especially keeps itself removed from external objects, hence its judgment is objective. Je is involved with the external object, which makes its judgment subjective.
    am i crazy or wut?
    Well Ji is based entirely on what the person perceives (Pe feeds Ji), so that generally makes Ji more subjective. Pi is subjective because it's the individual's system of information that they take stuff from.
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    So, is the Enneagram system saying that Type 1 ENFJs would go well with Type 9 ISFPs? Is there such a thing as Type 9 INFPPs/INTPs? I'm lost... I'd prefer to end up with another intuit, if that's even possible...
    Love is the point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzcrossed View Post
    So, is the Enneagram system saying that Type 1 ENFJs would go well with Type 9 ISFPs? Is there such a thing as Type 9 INFPPs/INTPs? I'm lost... I'd prefer to end up with another intuit, if that's even possible...
    Uh... what. xD

    Type 9 is usually I__P + INFJ. I don't really understand how you came to your conclusion, about who you should get with based on enneagram and MBTI.
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    Hey, BC I was convinced that I was E9w1 but now I'm thinking I was E3 all along (an insecure one). What's the difference between 3w2 and 3w4?

    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitseleh View Post
    Hey, BC I was convinced that I was E9w1 but now I'm thinking I was E3 all along (an insecure one). What's the difference between 3w2 and 3w4?

    Thank you!
    The 3w2 version of outstanding is closer to something that's more w2 inclusive, accessible to everyone and more mainstream. They are on average more sociable and are more about putting their best them forward. They want to shine. The more extroverted 3w2s have a beaming brightness to them. As one poster put it:

    "It is far more about end product than process for me. I don’t really need to appear to have taking no effort whatsoever, though I hardly wish to lay out my every faltering baby step in my process for review. What is more important is what you are, how you present, how you impress. It is about commanding that stage, turning in a scintillating performance, dazzling them all so you are the one that gets remembered. And sure it takes work to get there, to be that person. But that’s just part of it all. That happens, but it is nothing to dwell on, because of course you have to work hard, that’s just part of the game, nothing remarkable there, let’s just look at what we’ve become."


    The 3w4 version of outstanding is closer to something that's more w4 exclusive, more unique and original, just out of reach and admired from a distance. 3w4s are more aloof, more melanchonlic and icy cool. They tend to romanticize the hard work needed to get to top when no one was looking: "the dignity that is in work"(Obama). They are about putting their best foot forward in a more professional dignified manner. As one poster put it:

    "The 3w4 romanticising of “hard work” is really the keen awareness of the image/reality dichotomy – it’s about “everything you don’t see” – the work it takes to “appear as though there is no effort involved” – it’s about knowing “what it takes”; that sense of bittersweetness every time someone gives you a compliment. It’s the secret you keep of everything you’re not – of how you’ve had to become, but that no one else will ever know. It’s the steely, gracious and enigmatic smile as you walk on stage, thinking about “what it’s taken to get here”. That’s the 3w4 romanticism of hard work. That sense of being born with leaden feet, but having overcome it with nothing but willpower and desire, to take to flight as though always born with great and golden wings."
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    I think 3w4 sounds like me and the 3w2 definitely sounds like my dad. Thanks again.
    Hahaha, I was way off w/ INFJ 9w1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitseleh View Post
    I am not sure about the romanticizing "hard work" part but I think 3w4 sounds like me and the 3w2 definitely sounds like my dad. Thanks again.
    Yeah that's just a copy paste. Otherwise I have no idea to be honest with you, I'm still learning threes.
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