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  1. #11
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    To be honest, I kept going back and forth between INFJ and ENFJ and settled on ENFJ after two years of deliberation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    INFJs have strong Ni and Ti which would make them pretty intellectual. ENFJs are Fe doms which is pretty much a total contradiction, like an ISTJ 7, an ENTJ 9 or an ISFJ 8. contradictions are cool though
    One of the many reasons that cross-system type associations can break down is that one might have tiptoed right up to a category boundary in one of the systems--for example, an ENFJ 5w6 who either (a) isn't a strong extrovert and so identifies fairly strongly with Ni, or (b) identifies fairly strongly with his 6 wing.

    If one is right up against a category boundary, then a slight shift across that boundary won't suddenly introduce all sorts of logical impossibilities in their psyche.

    And this is exactly why combining an understanding of a person's MBTI and Enneagram types might provide more information about the person than either system could alone. An apparent contradiction can reveal a deeper truth once it's resolved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    One of the many reasons that cross-system type associations can break down is that one might have tiptoed right up to a category boundary in one of the systems--for example, an ENFJ 5w6 who either (a) isn't a strong extrovert and so identifies fairly strongly with Ni, or (b) identifies fairly strongly with his 6 wing.

    If one is right up against a category boundary, then a slight shift across that boundary won't suddenly introduce all sorts of logical impossibilities in their psyche.

    And this is exactly why combining an understanding of a person's MBTI and Enneagram types might provide more information about the person than either system could alone. An apparent contradiction can reveal a deeper truth once it's resolved.
    exactly, hence
    contradictions are cool though
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuchIrony View Post
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    My self image revolves around intelligence too much.
    Worries too much about being seen as ignorant.
    Often feel that I don't know enough.
    Too unwilling to sacrifice my autonomy to have closer, more intimate relationships.
    Not enough in touch with my deep down feelings.
    Too self-contained. Hold alot of myself back. As a result, I'm hard to really get to know and get close to.
    Avoid drawing attention to myself too much. As a result, I deal with issues of feeling invisible and overlooked.
    Hates being intruded upon and interruptions.
    Overanalyzes things, sometimes to the point of futility.
    Has trouble accepting that there isn't a* good logical explanation for some things.
    Feels rather distant and disconnected from others.
    Intellectual interests that become overly obsessive sometimes.
    i have 5w6 in me. i'm a 4w3 primarily. 1w2 last. i think my strong 5 influence from my father and the fact that i was broken throughout hs, contributed to me relying on my thinking center. which is why my best friend thinks i'm a 5, and i refuse to believe that when compared to all the 5s i've met thus far.. i'd say i'm enfp <-> intj. i jst hate mbti.. i mean if you are at the top 3 levels of your mental health, you would actas a different mbti. Plus, another dimension involves the movement of your energy along the lines (stress - disintegrate// ideal situation - integrate.. simply put.. more advanced than that though). if you have negative concepts/energy rooted within you, you may quite possibly be in a state of flux. i believed i was ultradian bipolar disorder. this is when you go from manic to depressed multiple times within a day. i now believe that the diff types of "mental disorders" are just people being unhealthy.. and i believe you can have certain centers be more unstable than others. jst a thought tho..


    another thing... i'm sx/so. the instinctual stackings are very important.. a so/sp 5 will be much different than a sp/sx. this is just conjecture though.. i wish i knew more to get a better idea. but my dad is a sp/sx 5w6(8w9, 3w2) and though we can analyze things in the same manner, we 'feel' a lot different and are driven in a much different manner.

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    All of them...

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    None of them. Nine weaknesses always seem slightly off in why. There is something missing .

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    All to varying degrees, assuming I actually am 6w5.
    -end of thread-

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    - Spacey, fantasy oriented, "tuning out"
    - Idealizing and idealism
    - Vague sense of identity, not feeling anchored in many groups or places

    - Implosive anger, build up and then blow up
    - Avoidance, procrastination, trouble staying with things for long
    - Emotional state easily affected by other people or environment

    I like people, but I only feel like I can be 100% myself with either myself or those who are super close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    assuming I actually am 6w5.
    6w5: feeling the need to include a set of assumptions along with any statement, since, well, there's always doubt underneath it all, and one can never really know anything for sure

    /still torn between 6w5 and 3w4

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