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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    That was me as a kid :/ That's shadow Ne?
    Sorry for the late reply.

    It certainly can be, especially in the 5th place opposing position, as it is in INJs. The opposing function usually acts as a distraction, pulling people away from what really makes them happy. INJs usually have long term projects. Opposing Ne presents them with a multitude of alternatives. Follow up on those suggests too often, and the INJ winds ups failing to do what really interests them.

    Actually, it could also be an ENP child those auxilary judging function hasn't developed yet. Thus they can see, possibilities but not choice between them.

    Given that the picture I chose has a child in it, I'm not surprised that particular interpretation of came up. However, it was the first concept I was trying to describe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heinel View Post
    I think it's just trying to eat it?
    Must be Se then


    UNLESS you take it into a metaphorical mental realm where it's trying to MENTALLY devour the IDEA of a camera. Then it would be Ti.
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    ESTJ going off the rails:

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    [youtube=Ylp5iKDFe10]Ne[/youtube]
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    Chernikov for Te.



    Type: INFP Enneagram: 4
    Fi>Si>Ne>Te>Fe>Se>Ti>Ni

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    Two remarks:
    The Ne is actually right. He's holding his hand like a reference frame. With respect to that reference, he's standing still and everything moves around him.
    I don't know what it was that reminded the Ni of the presentation at work. It is surely not the rollercoaster.
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    Inferior Fe - "You are my only friend. They have to stay with me. Forever."


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post


    Two remarks:
    The Ne is actually right. He's holding his hand like a reference frame. With respect to that reference, he's standing still and everything moves around him.
    I don't know what it was that reminded the Ni of the presentation at work. It is surely not the rollercoaster.
    This is very good, but swap Ne and Ni.

    Ni is about shifting your frame of reference and viewing the system from an outside perspective independent of any bias created by the system itself. Realizing that our assumption that we're moving (based on Se) is erroneous and that the Earth is really moving around us, despite what our obvious sense impression says--that is classic Ni. Seeing through the immediate impression and reaching a truly outside perspective free from any misleading unconscious assumptions.

    Ne would be thinking about what metaphor (itself a connection between two unrelated contexts) to use in an unrelated context at a later time, and how the current context reminds it of a different, seemingly unrelated context by connecting across abstract impressions of similarity. "Whatever is going on right now somehow reminded me of something totally unrelated!" is classic Ne.
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    I love that Ne has time to strike a pose
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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    This is very good, but swap Ne and Ni.

    Ni is about shifting your frame of reference and viewing the system from an outside perspective independent of any bias created by the system itself. Realizing that our assumption that we're moving (based on Se) is erroneous and that the Earth is really moving around us, despite what our obvious sense impression says--that is classic Ni. Seeing through the immediate impression and reaching a truly outside perspective free from any misleading unconscious assumptions.

    Ne would be thinking about what metaphor (itself a connection between two unrelated contexts) to use in an unrelated context at a later time, and how the current context reminds it of a different, seemingly unrelated context by connecting across abstract impressions of similarity. "Whatever is going on right now somehow reminded me of something totally unrelated!" is classic Ne.
    They are on a rollercoaster!
    I always thought Ne was the one needing the input...
    Argh! :steam:
    Whenever I try to describe Ni, I get the reaction that I got either Si or Ne. I'm used to missing Ni, so I'm quite okay with that.
    But this is the first time I've missed a Ne!
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