How would you describe the way you process emotion personally (not necessarily in MBTI terms)
I deal with them. I don't usually get irrational emotions (ones that aren't tied to something real) so I try to fix my emotions ASAP when they come up in me. Them being tied to reality makes them easy to deal with usually.
You do feel an emotion quickly or slowly in response to a situation?
Are your emotions intense or more lightly felt?
It depends; some of both.
When you experience an emotion, can you identify its source and understand why?
Are your emotions pure and singular, or do they tend to be a mix of multiple feelings in a more layered and nuanced manner?
It honestly depends. Again, some of both.
How much of your emotional experience lies beneath the surface in your subconscious and how much is consciously felt and known?*
There is a lot of both. I very much enjoy digging up the beneath the surface ones; it feels like revealing skeletons in your closet to yourself. Like seeing someone else's secret or personal demon; yet it's yours.
How do you view the role of emotions in your life? Is it important to you to feel? Does it provide you with insight or do they get in the way of other things?
They are very important. I get frustrated when I can't deal with my emotions because they don't stop though; and won't stop until I can deal with them. If that happens in the future, I still feel them even though I know I shouldn't be. Urgh. There are ups and downs to my emotions that's for sure. I wouldn't want to change though.
My emotions are like instincts. They provide insight yes. They also let me know when something is wrong with a situation; or when something isn't right with myself or another person. They can also get in my way; but they provide insight more than they get in the way.
How do you react to people who experience emotion in an opposite way from how you do?
Depends on what the reaction is to. Usually either annoyed or intrigued.