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    Default The Cycle of Intuition

    I've decided to create a chart to how I use my intuition (whether it be Ni or Ne).

    I'm really unsure of the accuracy of this whatsoever (Ni), and I'd love to see some comments on how to modify this (Ne).

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    Yes. Please.
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    I like that chart. It's pretty indicative of introverted intuition. Extraverted intuition would be more like: notice something -> realize that it reminds you of something -> realize that the second thing reminds you of something else -> forget that whole sequence as you notice something else -> realize that that reminds you of something... so on and so forth. As you can see, not very useful without other ways of thinking to temper its fury.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onemoretime View Post
    I like that chart. It's pretty indicative of introverted intuition. Extraverted intuition would be more like: notice something -> realize that it reminds you of something -> realize that the second thing reminds you of something else -> forget that whole sequence as you notice something else -> realize that that reminds you of something... so on and so forth. As you can see, not very useful without other ways of thinking to temper its fury.
    I can relate far more to that Ne description than to the Ni description but I am a very strong J and definitely an INFJ. Weird.

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    I messed up the arrows, but now it's fixed.

    Thanks for the drink, entropie. :-p
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    But to not leave you stranded:

    Your diagraph is very nice but its build on things that explain a thing that is not explainable. The strength of intuition is intuition itself. There is no explanation to that any further.

    I today send a girl, I havent met in 6 years a music video and I thought nothing. She told me that this video is exactly about the movie she is watching right now. The music video actually dealt with the movie. I didnt know she was watching that, but maybe I did in the back of my head, but I wasnt aware of the fact anymore. Maybe thats a way to explain intuition: its a new combination of similiar things you experienced in different contexts. If its bullshit or not that noone knows.

    To me its music. Music is the incarnation of intuition:

    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=49a-rGDaK38"].[/YOUTUBE]
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    But to not leave you stranded:

    Your diagraph is very nice but its build on things that explain a thing that is not explainable. The strength of intuition is intuition itself. There is no explanation to that any further.
    true, but the OP is musing over the USE of intuituion rather than the source of it, so diagram attempted would be valid...accuracy of the diagram is a different issue

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    Well I think I wasnt that wrong then. You can use intuition or you can just intuit.

    But you are right, she prolly wants to hear from the more rational types .

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