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    Default Feelers - learn to think(!)

    When do you other feelers use your thinking process?

    To answer my own question somewhat, I've gathered a bit information from 2 different feeler types: INFJ and ENFP.

    INFJ is thinking; Having Se as auxiliar function, sensate activation is of utter importance. Using only Ti is hard and very energy-draining so being constantly tuned to the moment makes you stay focused. Just shake your head a bit, jump up and down, hit yourself on your cheeks and think to yourself that whoever pisses you off will get a taste of your fists. Look youself in the mirror and start talking to yourself, say anything (the more you say the more conscious you get of how you apear to others). This is important to get your Se up, you will automatically start using Ti with this approach.

    ENFP is thinking(limited info); "Common, order goddamit!". You don't seek values, but truth instead. Doing valuable things will make you think, and doing them many times is necessary. Routines will make you disciplined and get an overhand in (contin...

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    Routines are boring but will make you disciplined; you can't ever fail again(!).

    Am I wrong?

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    !!!!!
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    Note: Important for INFJ's when need for thinking is that you just speedthrough whatever it is you doing, everything/anything. Whenever you get hung up it is your perfectionistic F talking. Good is enough, even if you see opportunity to make it better DONT. You will notice how much you accomplished (but you will also notice that you may not have enjoyed and explored what you just did enough).

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    Quote Originally Posted by lorkan View Post
    Note: Important for INFJ's when need for thinking is that you just speedthrough whatever it is you doing, everything/anything. Whenever you get hung up it is your perfectionistic F talking. Good is enough, even if you see opportunity to make it better DONT. You will notice how much you accomplished (but you will also notice that you may not have enjoyed and explored what you just did enough).
    See thats no linear thinking. Thats so much mambo jumbo I need to actually use my mind to understand it
    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    entroopie: Trust me, I thought I've been using thinking many time when it really was my Ni using fake Ti. It's a hard reality to wake up to when you never understood something in the first place but did grasp just the essence and not cold facts.

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    you did it again, there is no point in talking to you further *grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr*

    No you go on, I am too drunk to actually participate
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    entropie: It's true for me. The faster I do things the more focused I get. It starts with doing things just fast, with little thinking and then just the thought process increases the longer time I sustain in Se.

    EDEIT: Ohh you where not serious ....

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    Yea that's cool !
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    At the least we are all alive, aint we ?
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