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    I notice directly experience and trust data provided by my five senses: seeing, hearing, feeling, smelling, and tasting-2

    I continuously scan the external world using my five senses for particular, specific, indisputable data-4

    I have the ability to discriminate small differences between objects as I experience them-4

    My attention tends to be on the present moment and current experience rather than on past events or future possibilities-0

    I focus on the context of the present situation-2

    I seek sensory stimulation from the outer world-3

    I recognize that the real world is exactly what it appears to be and work with data provided by it.-3

    When involved in a sport I am able to be the ball or when driving I am able to be the car-3

    21/40 53%

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    I notice directly experience and trust data provided by my five senses: seeing, hearing, feeling, smelling, and tasting 4 some senses more so than others and I back it up with intuition
    I continuously scan the external world using my five senses for particular, specific, indisputable data 2 only use this to scan people or living things, the rest is background noise
    I have the ability to discriminate small differences between objects as I experience them 0 I'd have to have a really good reason and actively put myself to it
    My attention tends to be on the present moment and current experience rather than on past events or future possibilities 0 they're too linked to be seperated and the present often isn't that interesting
    I focus on the context of the present situation 0 see above
    I seek sensory stimulation from the outer world 4 I'll be present if there's something interesting to do and relish the experience
    I recognize that the real world is exactly what it appears to be and work with data provided by it. 0 enjoy what-ifs too much
    When involved in a sport I am able to be the ball or when driving I am able to be the car 4 provided I'm present in this world at the time, yup


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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    I think it means you are focusing on the task at hand. Your mind is not wandering laterally from what you are doing.
    Yeah, that's what I was thinking when I was answering it.

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    I notice directly experience and trust data provided by my five senses: seeing, hearing, feeling, smelling, and tasting: 4
    I continuously scan the external world using my five senses for particular, specific, indisputable data: 5
    I have the ability to discriminate small differences between objects as I experience them: 4
    My attention tends to be on the present moment and current experience rather than on past events or future possibilities: 4
    I focus on the context of the present situation: 5
    I seek sensory stimulation from the outer world: 4
    I recognize that the real world is exactly what it appears to be and work with data provided by it: 4
    When involved in a sport I am able to be the ball or when driving I am able to be the car: 4

    34= 85 %

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    I notice directly experience and trust data provided by my five senses: seeing, hearing, feeling, smelling, and tasting
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    I continuously scan the external world using my five senses for particular, specific, indisputable data
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    I have the ability to discriminate small differences between objects as I experience them
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    My attention tends to be on the present moment and current experience rather than on past events or future possibilities
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    I focus on the context of the present situation
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    I seek sensory stimulation from the outer world
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    I recognize that the real world is exactly what it appears to be and work with data provided by it.
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    When involved in a sport I am able to be the ball or when driving I am able to be the car
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    8/35, roughly 23%
    4w3, IEI, so/sx/sp, female, and Cancer sign.

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    I notice directly experience and trust data provided by my five senses: seeing, hearing, feeling, smelling, and tasting
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    I continuously scan the external world using my five senses for particular, specific, indisputable data
    5

    I have the ability to discriminate small differences between objects as I experience them
    4

    My attention tends to be on the present moment and current experience rather than on past events or future possibilities
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    I focus on the context of the present situation
    3

    I seek sensory stimulation from the outer world
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    I recognize that the real world is exactly what it appears to be and work with data provided by it.
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    When involved in a sport I am able to be the ball or when driving I am able to be the car
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    I notice directly experience and trust data provided by my five senses: seeing, hearing, feeling, smelling, and tasting
    2 - It takes effort for me to notice this stuff.

    I continuously scan the external world using my five senses for particular, specific, indisputable data
    1 - I can't help but look beneath the surface.

    I have the ability to discriminate small differences between objects as I experience them
    1 - I don't keep track of these sorts of details.

    My attention tends to be on the present moment and current experience rather than on past events or future possibilities
    2 - I'm usually more focused on the present than the future, but in a more abstract way than the present "moment."

    I focus on the context of the present situation
    1 - I focus more on underlying meaning of the present situation.

    I seek sensory stimulation from the outer world
    3 - I seek multiple stimuli, but I keep them in the background rather than actually concentrating on them.

    I recognize that the real world is exactly what it appears to be and work with data provided by it.
    2 - The first clause is the most "not me" statement I've ever heard. But I do work with the possibilities offered by the present as much as I can.

    When involved in a sport I am able to be the ball or when driving I am able to be the car
    4 - Machines become a conscious and unconscious extension of me pretty easily.

    16, or 40%.

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    I notice directly experience and trust data provided by my five senses: seeing, hearing, feeling, smelling, and tasting

    5

    I continuously scan the external world using my five senses for particular, specific, indisputable data

    5 - except I don't scan for particular data all the time, only if I'm looking for something specific - if thinking is idle, then Se is active absorbing as much information as possible

    I have the ability to discriminate small differences between objects as I experience them

    5 - If there is a detectable physical difference, I will likely notice it. Most of the time those differences don't matter.

    My attention tends to be on the present moment and current experience rather than on past events or future possibilities

    4 - It depends on what is going on, and what kind of thinking is required. Although my preferred and favorite experience is when I'm moving - running, swimming, cycling, hiking, anything. I am 100% focused on each moment as it occurs and the action is the only thing I think about, present or very near future

    I focus on the context of the present situation

    5 - It highly depends on the situation, but most of the time it's best to focus on the present. The past has already past, we learn from it and adjust accordingly to the present, and the future has yet to occur, so there's no point to focus too much on it. Mostly, I focus on the present, while taking the past and future into consideration.

    I seek sensory stimulation from the outer world

    5 - This is what makes me know I'm alive. The unhealthiest periods of my life have been when I've lived too much in my mind. I don't like to distinguish reality as the "outer" world. It is what it is, and I live IN it.

    I recognize that the real world is exactly what it appears to be and work with data provided by it.

    5 - Things are as they appear to be.

    When involved in a sport I am able to be the ball or when driving I am able to be the car

    5 - This is true in a way. When I am involved in a sport that requires equipment other than my body, I focus on making this equipment an extension of my body. When I'm cycling, I sync the movement of the bike to the movement of my body, not the other way around. My body is the first machine I have the most conscious control over - if I focus on controlling this machine, controlling extensions of this machine are second nature.

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    For each of the below items give youreself a zero if you never do it and a five it is like breathing for you to do it. It's okay to have lots of zeros.

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    I notice directly experience and trust data provided by my five senses: seeing, hearing, feeling, smelling, and tasting
    5

    I continuously scan the external world using my five senses for particular, specific, indisputable data
    5
    I have the ability to discriminate small differences between objects as I experience them
    5

    My attention tends to be on the present moment and current experience rather than on past events or future possibilities
    3.5

    I focus on the context of the present situation
    4.1

    I seek sensory stimulation from the outer world
    4.8

    I recognize that the real world is exactly what it appears to be and work with data provided by it.2.7

    When involved in a sport I am able to be the ball or when driving I am able to be the car
    1.4

    total: 31.5
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    I notice directly experience and trust data provided by my five senses: seeing, hearing, feeling, smelling, and tasting
    4....I didn't give a full 5 because all of these then almost instantly after, gets filtered through my 'intuition' like, 'I smell X, but, in this environment, this is a highly unlikely occurance, so what is it I'm really smelling? And, what does this smell mean/indicate coming from this setting?'

    I continuously scan the external world using my five senses for particular, specific, indisputable data
    3...I do but I don't think I have enough control over said ability nor how/when it will occur.


    I have the ability to discriminate small differences between objects as I experience them
    5....makes for a very picky eater, and I'm very particular about smells to the point where something that doesn't smell right with me, will induce physical vomiting.


    My attention tends to be on the present moment and current experience rather than on past events or future possibilities
    3...I am focused on both, my current experience will get compared to the past and whether it can be topped in the future.

    I focus on the context of the present situation
    4...I also tend to take that context and play silly putty with it, going on wacky tangents, but, I think I am very aware of the present situation and its context before I jump to my tangents.


    I seek sensory stimulation from the outer world
    4...I'm a sensation junkie in many ways, extreme experiences/thrills I crave a lot.

    I recognize that the real world is exactly what it appears to be and work with data provided by it.
    2...not really, as I know that I only see it from my pov, so I'm always wondering about another angle and how the world would appear given that angle.

    When involved in a sport I am able to be the ball or when driving I am able to be the car
    1.......not really, but, I do have darn good natural reflexes, which, my theory is that it's due to intuition with Ti where I sometimes know something is about to fall, or, go off-track, and react accordingly, in that moment.


    26/40= 65%

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    Thanks, Happy-pup! This was quite informative and revealing about myself. As far as all the 8 functions go, here are my summaries, then (higest to lowest - I'm not suprised by the 2 taking higest and lowest positions):

    Ne - 98%
    Ti - 94%
    Ni- 89%
    Te- 75%
    Fe- 66%
    Se - 65%
    Si - 60%
    Fi - 35.5% (rounded to- 36%)
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