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    Default How to develop N?

    What are some ways to better develop N function?

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    The best way is to not develop it. Cause it will take you to a point, you wont to be taken too. N basically is a gift and a curse and you cant develop it
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    Don't do it, man! It's a trap!
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    Practice thinking of things in a weird, mystical manner. Deliberately ignore common sense and convention.

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    I also think that you can't develop it. You can probably make minor changes but I am skeptical about major changes.
    I think that similar works for developing S.

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    Why in the world do you want to develop N? Seriously. Give me one legitimate reason. I can help you out. I know people on the side.

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    Take psychedelics. You'll become an instant N, complete with the weird thought patterns, paranoia, delusions, and eureka moments that Ns take for granted.

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    Throw away all instructions to anything. If you should buy/encounter something that comes with any instructions throw them away too. Or toss them in a recycling bin. You'll figure the gadgets out.
    everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?

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    Hah that's easy beat... talk to me lots
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    Don't take things as they were or are. A thing doesn't have to be what it seems or what it used to be.

    When you see an object, imagine what that object might be used for but never has been. Think with ingenuity.

    Think in terms of possibilities, not actualities.

    When you listen to someone speak, read between the lines. Try to guess what the person really means, what they're thinking and feeling beneath the words. Interpret them. Interpret everything.

    Get a feel for the deeper meaning behind appearances. Try to imagine what lies, or could lie, just on the other side of how things seem.

    Pay attention to the idle images that flash through your head. Find an image--the more abstract, the better--and take hold of it before it vanishes. Try to understand what the image is telling you, what it means. Take a similar approach with dreams.

    Consider how people typically view a problem or situation, and then try to look at that problem or situation in a way that neither they nor you have ever thought of. If your new perspective doesn't come packed with the solution or an insightful interpretation, keep shifting your perspective. As you shift your perspective, try to listen for that inner feeling that guides you toward insight, and obey it.

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