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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Overanalyzing? Over? Well, maybe some INTPs. And it's the INFPs who analyze all the wrong shit. I wish I were ENFP, so I could run with bunnies in the sunflower fields all day.
    Aww, don't feel bad, most people are jealous of the magical world only WE see
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Aww, don't feel bad, most people are jealous of the magical world only WE see
    I have several responses for this, none of which are appropriate for public consumption, let alone yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Aww, don't feel bad, most people are jealous of the magical world only WE see
    Watch out for that ledge.
    What a waste of life..

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    I think INFJs would need a symbol where somebody is sleeping or dreaming. If you look at the avatars of the INFJs in this forum a lot of them show a sleeping/dreaming person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Aww, don't feel bad, most people are jealous of the magical world only WE see
    Tell about that 'ledge'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Llewellyn View Post
    Tell about that 'ledge'.
    What would you like to know?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    What would you like to know?
    Because otherwise you'd need hours... Well, what is that magical world? How does it look? What are the main features? I'm curious. I am really wondering if anyone (and any type) sees the world in a radically different way. Guess you dont see rabbits literally (or?). How do you see the world without creating theories all the time, what is it an ENFP 'does'?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    ENTJs

    Even the hair is right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Llewellyn View Post
    Because otherwise you'd need hours... Well, what is that magical world? How does it look? What are the main features? I'm curious. I am really wondering if anyone (and any type) sees the world in a radically different way. Guess you dont see rabbits literally (or?). How do you see the world without creating theories all the time, what is it an ENFP 'does'?
    Warning: those in a serious mindset and without an imagination should leave now.

    Well, I haven't asked around yet so I can't speak for other ENFP's but I'll give you an example:

    I have an INTJ boyfriend, who, bless his heart, realizes the importance of nature to me. So he takes me to a forest. He sees a forest with trees and more trees and snales etc etc. And don't get me wrong, I do too. Till we sit down and relax. He closes his eyes and enjoys what he calls peace and quiet. And that's where our experiences shift :

    The moment I sit down and am able to concentrate on my connection with the forest, I see it as completely alive. The light hitting the trees gives them a magical vibe, the trees appear to be talking to each other because the wind ruffles their leaves, more even, every time someone walked by us, we got an 'advanced' warning by ruffling of leaves, and it stops the moment they're gone. I see light aura's and sense alive bush, tree and flower spirits. I literally walked into the fairy realm.

    I've been told that I see the world with a little bit more glitter and sparkle than most. To you guys a unicorn is a non-existing creature best described as a horse with a horn. To me, it's a magical, unique and pure being that has nontheless left a very definite mark on this world. And no, I'm not gonna say whether or not I believe it exists for real, as that's just really besides the point

    Note: this is an extreme example by all accounts, and not to be taken too seriously. Most of the times, when I connect with the world, I can see the beauty behind the obvious, by experiencing the world intensely through all five senses as well as my intuition, which causes a sense of oneness.

    It is hard to explain this. Something like this should be shown. Too bad that it isn't possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nolla View Post
    Yeah, I've thought about making symbols, but found it really difficult. Really really difficult.

    (can we get the unicorn, please?)
    We have the unicorn cartoon. Its for ISFP kids.

    They have interesting and delicate toys, you see.
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