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    Quote Originally Posted by Asterion View Post
    What have you been doing with them for the last... however many years you've been alive for? You should be well practiced in dealing with them by now if you're capable of typing out Schopenhauer, lol.
    I'm 21-years-old.

    Generally, most of my emotions, and especially the actions that result from feeling those emotions, remain suppressed and/or innately subdued, depending on which emotion I'm feeling; on the flip-side of this spectrum, those same emotions can feel like they're taking control of me, eating me away, and I become very emotionally volatile and uncontrolled while I simultaneously overcontrol how I react to these emotions. Anger, sadness, depression, regret, guilt and insecurity are a few of the emotions that fall into this category.

    Personally, I believe that I lack true control over my emotions and I find them to be unfamiliar and frightening, so I generally either overreact to them or fail to react when it's appropriate.
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    This will not end well...
    But it will at least be poetic, I suppose...

    Hmm... But what if it does end well?
    Then I suppose it will be a different sort of poetry, a preferable sort...
    A sort I could become accustomed to...



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    And I've never experience a 'fear of emptiness.'
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    This will not end well...
    But it will at least be poetic, I suppose...

    Hmm... But what if it does end well?
    Then I suppose it will be a different sort of poetry, a preferable sort...
    A sort I could become accustomed to...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Schopenhauer View Post
    And I've never experience a 'fear of emptiness.'
    The 5 fear of emptiness is different... They dont feel the need to fulfill it like a 7 or an extraverted way. They feel the need to keep the energy inside of them. It's hard to explain with words, and even more in english lenguage...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Richardsen View Post
    The 5 fear of emptiness is different... They dont feel the need to fulfill it like a 7 or an extraverted way. They feel the need to keep the energy inside of them. It's hard to explain with words, and even more in english lenguage...
    I challenge you to try.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vizzy View Post
    I challenge you to try.
    wich part?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Richardsen View Post
    The 5 fear of emptiness is different... They dont feel the need to fulfill it like a 7 or an extraverted way. They feel the need to keep the energy inside of them. It's hard to explain with words, and even more in english lenguage...
    Well, I've experienced many times that kind of emptiness, and is a 7-like fear. It's something which I feel inside of me (lack of orientation, or meaning in life), and I don't want to examine it closely because I know I won't like it, so I distract myself doing lots of things, surrounding myself with people, discussing or turning hyperactive.
    Nonetheless, 5's are suppossed to resemble 7's when stressed.
    you will hear one ugly voice and see one ugly spirit
    is made of ugly old prerecordings the more you run the tapes through and cut them up the less power they will have
    cut the prerecordings into air into thin air (The Ticket that Exploded- William Burroughs)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richardsen View Post
    wich part?
    To explain the fear of emptiness - the 5's version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    I don't relate to the OP. You sound like a 4w5 sx.

    "I dont want to sound elitist or wanabe unique but i'm liek omg totes unique," is essentially what I read.
    Meh... maybe
    The line it's pretty thin... I relate a lot with 5s ( im SO last, and naturaly dont interest too much with people around me, except from intimates ).
    I act like a 5 and specialy in my childhood, i think that i was very autistic in some ways, maybe im more openly emotional ( this doesn't mean that is too much emotional) mainly bcs im INFP.

    Other 5 thing that i have is the struggle to keep my mind shut. Sometimes i have headaches, cuz it's too much.
    ... It's difficult to discern between 5 and 4 in me though.




    Im working on it, right now i think that i am Sx5, maybe a week later i'll return to Sx4, or something else...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vizzy View Post
    To explain the fear of emptiness - the 5's version.
    If you take glutony of 7s and turn it back, you will have 5s avaricity ( avaricia is in spanish but i dont know if im right)
    It's like seeing the world as too big, too strong, too intimidating, and they consider so small. The difference between 6s is that they naturaly choose to recluse, they dont actually try to conect with the world ( with Sp last and Sx first this may be less visible, but they really feel it) it's an existensial fear to keep the little energy that they think to have to themselves.
    This is true even for a Sx/So 5. Doesn't merely have to do wwith insctint is more than that.


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    This will not end well...
    But it will at least be poetic, I suppose...

    Hmm... But what if it does end well?
    Then I suppose it will be a different sort of poetry, a preferable sort...
    A sort I could become accustomed to...



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