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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    INFP Sp/Sx.
    INTP, and sure of it.

    But elaborate on Sp/Sx, if you will. What's your reasoning behind it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vizzy View Post
    INTP, and sure of it.

    But elaborate on Sp/Sx, if you will. What's your reasoning behind it?
    You are protective but confident in the Sp realm and you are sexually prude, theses are mark of Self-Preservation. You don't care about the Social realm but have a lot of focus on intimacy. So Sp/Sx.

    Your post looke a little "emo" to me, so I got the impression that you could be INFP, but you're probably right if you think you're INTP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vizzy View Post
    Hmm...wish I could do a visual representation of my instinct order but I can't. For me, it's:

    Sx - (Relationship-wise) Consciously avoid it, analyze it, worry about it, fantasize about it, hide it. Very exciting and dramatic part of my mind. But am a total prude in real life.

    Sp - Not too worried about about my own health or safety. Pretty confident that I won't come to any harm. You could even call it being cocky. May travel to unfamiliar places alone or do extreme sports...as if to show that I can handle it. But will refuse to touch/experiment with drugs. Would rather eat fruits/fish/vegies than take supplements or vitamins.

    So - Does not take up much mind-space. Not really a concern. Easy to brush aside.

    Verdict?
    Sp/Sx with the Sx nailing the surface

    To me Sp means "comfort"
    Sx means " danger and security"

    Note: The Sx/Sp ones tend to have an ON/OFF quality, if you know what I mean


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    I'm still pretty confused about my instincts. I can never decide which is first or which is last, the only thing I know for certain is that I'm not sp last.

    Sx - Don't like taking risks, don't seek intensity (or do I? Does seeking emotional intensity in music, movies, books, fantasies, etc. count?), strong desire for connection/closeness (but don't know how to get it), feel disconnected, want powerful and meaningful experiences, not at all "energized" or competitive

    So - Terrible at social networking, don't see any point in facebook/twitter, recluse, put little effort into staying in touch with people, don't often notice social norms (like what kind of styles people wear) - and have to occasionally put extra energy into paying attention to such things so I don't look like an idiot, resent social norms/obligations, dislike socializing, want to appear "normal", afraid of making mistakes in social situations, don't care at all about popularity, social status, being part of groups, or being socially successful

    Sp - Like comfort, somewhat aware of health issues, worry about eating unhealthy but often do anyways, always take care of paying bills on time (although this can take a lot of effort), usually notice right away when a room is too hot or cold, very cautious, frugal, not materialistic

    I'm sort of thinking so/sp, but I'm not sure...

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    Sp/Sx too.
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    Thanks for the replies, everyone.

    Saying that I'm Sp/Sx also answers my original question - The one that comes more naturally or is more instinctual (Ha) comes first; the one that's a tad more awkward or takes up a lot of conscious effort/energy/anxiety/mindspace goes after.

    Much appreciated, everyone.

    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Sp/Sx too.
    Regarding RevlisZero, have you checked out this thread about her?
    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...gram-type.html
    The Social instinct, in relation to her, is discussed towards the end of the thread. It's quite interesting.
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    Depends if both are of similar weighting or there's a large gap between them.

    As an sx/sp, it causes push/pull within me. Sx greatly desires intimacy with another. Sp throws up a wall if there's uncertainty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    Depends if both are of similar weighting or there's a large gap between them.

    As an sx/sp, it causes push/pull within me. Sx greatly desires intimacy with another. Sp throws up a wall if there's uncertainty.
    I always have a wall around me, even - no, especially when someone shows interest. Perhaps that's the difference between sp/sx and sx/sp. Any gutsy moves or daring ideas only play in my mind. I'm repressed to a fault. But I spend much of my time thinking about it. It's almost funny. I'm able to look from the outside and laugh at myself about it, though somewhat masochistically.
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    Sp/Sx: may use sex appeal to attain financial stability and comfort (think super model)
    Sp/So: may use social graces to attain financial stability and comfort (think social climbing executive)
    Sx/Sp: may use financial means to increase sex appeal (think cougar or sugar daddy)
    Sx/So: may use social standing and status to increase sex appeal (think stereotypical alpha male)
    So/Sp: may use their survival and financial means to benefit the group (think person is a position of service)
    So/Sx: may use their sex appeal to gain social status and acceptance (think fraternities and sororities)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vizzy View Post
    I always have a wall around me, even - no, especially when someone shows interest. Perhaps that's the difference between sp/sx and sx/sp. Any gutsy moves or daring ideas only play in my mind. I'm repressed to a fault. But I spend much of my time thinking about it. It's almost funny. I'm able to look from the outside and laugh at myself about it, though somewhat masochistically.
    Same here. I could be sp/sx....or I could be sp/so or even so/sp.

    My enneagram type makes it tricky, because I can't tell what comes from my basic desire and what comes from my instincts.

    Fear of making mistakes/doing stupid things in front of people (which might be So) --> Fear of being disliked, of others (especially people I respect) having a low opinion of me --> Fear of loss of support (e6's basic fear)

    So naturally a 6 is going to fear looking bad and losing support, whether so or sx. But I'm new to this whole 6 thing, so maybe I'm overlooking something?

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