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    I scan the world looking for patterns, connections, and interrelationships between people objects and events
    4, I do it but wouldn't say I'm doing it actively.
    I notice missing parts or steps in patterns
    2
    External events trigger my awareness of potential, alternatives, or patterns that provide me with the basis for change.
    5
    I see ways to change incongruous patterns, connections and interrelationships
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    I take existing ideas and link them together in new and interesting ways
    5, This was one of the traits I identified in myself as making me different long before encountering MBTI
    I generate usable possibilities for change in the external world.
    4, Not all that usable most of the time
    I am constantly looking for ways to change things to make them better and have little energy for maintaining things as they are
    2, Don't want to waste energy on maintaining things but why change needlessly too?
    I usually find something positive to see in most situations
    5, There's always both positive and negative.
    31/40
    Ne > Ti > Si >> Te > Se >> Fe > Fi > Ni
    5 so/sp
    Chaotic Neutral/Evil

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    I scan the world looking for patterns, connections, and interrelationships between people objects and events - 2 I don't do it on purpose- I do it when I need to.

    I notice missing parts or steps in patterns 4

    External events trigger my awareness of potential, alternatives, or patterns that provide me with the basis for change. 2

    I see ways to change incongruous patterns, connections and interrelationships 2

    I take existing ideas and link them together in new and interesting ways 1

    I generate usable possibilities for change in the external world. 2

    I am constantly looking for ways to change things to make them better and have little energy for maintaining things as they are 3

    I usually find something positive to see in most situations 2

    18- I find that I use my Ne mostly at work. I hate the work status quo.

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    33/40. Overall fours. A three in there somewhere and a couple of fives as well.

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    I import it from overseas
    Expression of the post modern paradox : "For the love of god, religions are so full of shit"

    Theory is always superseded by Fact...
    ... In theory.

    “I’d hate to die twice. It’s so boring.”
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    "Great is the human who has not lost his childlike heart."
    Mencius (Meng-Tse), 4th century BCE

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBaby View Post
    Yes, I did just now. I score high Fi and Fe though, so perhaps yours is a similar phenomena - Fi feels like a hand in a glove however, just rings true. Do you feel like these "ring true"?
    I don't really feel like I can add much more than what I said in my initial response:

    - they do resonate.

    - it might just be functional mimicry/overlap (i.e., my combination of Ni, Te, and Se might just produce similar effects as Ne), but it might not (if I actually use Ne this much, it probably indicates that I access my shadow [ENTP], which some members have told me I strike them as [this usually happens after I feel myself get into a certain mode], and that the extent to which I access this alternate mode probably has to do with J/P balance).

    - they are true of my personality, and they resonate, but not in the same way Ni resonates.

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    Well, then you should probably score yourself lower. The idea is that when you read these, you just nod your head and know this is you. No pondering required.
    "Remember always that you not only have the right to be an individual, you have an obligation to be one."
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    "When people see some things as beautiful,
    other things become ugly.
    When people see some things as good,
    other things become bad."
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBaby View Post
    Well, then you should probably score yourself lower. The idea is that when you read these, you just nod your head and know this is you. No pondering required.
    Wow.

    This must be your controlling Fe shadow...

    I think what you're missing here is that these do resonate strongly, it's just a question (to which nobody has an answer) as to whether their apparent presence in my personality has to do with functional mimicry, manifestation of my shadow, simple development of my other functions, or something else.

    Either way, I answered the questions as honestly as possible, making sure I've been consistent with my methodology across all functions, while taking mental note of things like how much they resonate with my firmly established dominant personality, potentially resonate differently, as if they may be part of my shadow personality, whether any resonance may be caused by functional mimicry, whether these behaviors were more learned or more natural, and more.

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    I scan the world looking for patterns, connections, and interrelationships between people objects and events 5
    I notice missing parts or steps in patterns 3
    External events trigger my awareness of potential, alternatives, or patterns that provide me with the basis for change. 3
    I see ways to change incongruous patterns, connections and interrelationships 5
    I take existing ideas and link them together in new and interesting ways 5
    I generate usable possibilities for change in the external world. 5
    I am constantly looking for ways to change things to make them better and have little energy for maintaining things as they are 5
    I usually find something positive to see in most situations 3

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    5 I scan the world looking for patterns, connections, and interrelationships between people objects and events
    Yep, I like seeing how each variable is connected to each other.

    3 I notice missing parts or steps in patterns
    I'm usually too focused on the hidden meaning of things than the general pattern.

    4 External events trigger my awareness of potential, alternatives, or patterns that provide me with the basis for change.
    Events trigger my awareness of patterns, but I don't use it for the purpose of changing things. Rather, I prefer to understand the underlying mechanisms of the pattern.

    3 I see ways to change incongruous patterns, connections and interrelationships
    Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't.

    4I take existing ideas and link them together in new and interesting ways
    To an extent, yes. But it's more symbolic representations and memory associations, which is indicative of Ni.

    3I generate usable possibilities for change in the external world.
    Key word here is usable, and sometimes I come up with usable possibilities for change. Most times I just like to hypothesize how the course of events will play out, but don't always implement them.

    3I am constantly looking for ways to change things to make them better and have little energy for maintaining things as they are
    Okay, I like to improve things and make them better, but I am WAY more prone to be nostalgic.

    3I usually find something positive to see in most situations
    I try, but sometimes I can be a bit melancholic.

    28/40= 70%
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    I scan the world looking for patterns, connections, and interrelationships between people objects and events 5/5
    I notice missing parts or steps in patterns 3/5
    External events trigger my awareness of potential, alternatives, or patterns that provide me with the basis for change. 4/5
    I see ways to change incongruous patterns, connections and interrelationships 1/5
    I take existing ideas and link them together in new and interesting ways 4/5
    I generate usable possibilities for change in the external world. 1/5
    I am constantly looking for ways to change things to make them better and have little energy for maintaining things as they are 0/5
    I usually find something positive to see in most situations 0.5/5

    Total: 18.5/40 or 46.25%
    REALLY NOT FEELIN UP TO IT RIGHT NOW. SORRY.

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