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  • SP - Yes

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    Yes. And there are really no bounds as to how detailed I can get. I can easily break things apart on subatomic level if I feel like it.

    It can be anything I want it to. I do believe it is quite common.

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    Pretty vivid for me, but quick or focuses in on specific things. Usually my imagination is in a reactive state. It will conjure things up when prompted by an outside source, but i can't just sit and prompt it myself. That's a big reason that i'm not trying to be an artist.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Outsider View Post
    Yes. And there are really no bound as to how detailed I can get. I can easily break things apart on subatomic level if I feel like it.

    It can be anything I want it to. I do believe it is quite common.
    This doesn't surprise me at all.
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    Haha, aside from my horrid grammar, I'm not sure what to make of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Outsider View Post
    Haha, aside from my horrid grammar, I'm not sure what to make of this.
    I was tempted to fix the grammar, but i beat that down into submission . In comparison to your INFP-trailing-off in vent it just fits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyward View Post
    I was wondering what types could have a vivid imagination as INFJs seem to be associated with one. To define for this thread: A vivid imagination is the ability to easily see pictures and 3D forms in your mind rather than just the idea of something.
    I think in pictures, and it's natural for me to associate thoughts and ideas to an image, but everything is quite general and fuzzy. My mind doesn't spend enough time on any one one specific thought for the picture to become completely crisp and clear. The pixels can't fully load before I'm clicking on another link to another page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Outsider View Post
    Yes. And there are really no bounds as to how detailed I can get. I can easily break things apart on subatomic level if I feel like it.

    It can be anything I want it to. I do believe it is quite common
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    You'd be surprised at how uncommon it is, it always amazes me that people who have great 3d imaging imaginations do not realise that most people don't have this ability. It's a gift!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GemPOPGem View Post
    You'd be surprised at how uncommon it is, it always amazes me that people who have great 3d imaging imaginations do not realise that most people don't have this ability. It's a gift!
    Seriously?
    I'm pretty surprised by this. lol.
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    I fake it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ayoitsStepho View Post
    Seriously?
    I'm pretty surprised by this. lol.
    Sweet, I have a gift!
    You totally do, it's very difficult for most people to seein 3d when they are thinking. My son has this ability, he's dyslexic and predominantly right brained which deals with all this stuff. I bet you'd come out right brained on a test. Only approx 15% of people have this ability and it really is a wonderful thing, it allows you to see the bigger picture and also the detail at the same time. By the way your also much more likely to be a self made millionaire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GemPOPGem View Post
    You totally do, it's very difficult for most people to seein 3d when they are thinking. My son has this ability, he's dyslexic and predominantly right brained which deals with all this stuff. I bet you'd come out right brained on a test. Only approx 15% of people have this ability and it really is a wonderful thing, it allows you to see the bigger picture and also the detail at the same time. By the way your also much more likely to be a self made millionaire.
    You mean imagining 3d objects with a distinct sense of depth? (Like perceiving depth using both eyes)

    Or being to imagine 2d projections of a 3d object in all possible transformations? (Like perceiving images using one eye)
    Because I can totally do the second.

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