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    Hoping I won't be accused of necromancing, having discovered my type is INTJ and reading up on extraverted thinking it appears the picture I posted as if it would illustrate Ti "might be one of the clearest symbols of the Te attitude" (greenlightwiki).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
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    Actually, when I saw it, I thought something like: 'oh, it's becoz people tend to worship football much in the same way or even more so than the way they worship God, so it's like a new cult that's finally been accepted as a religion '

    I guess that'd be Ne instead of Ni?

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    Absolutely LOVE this depiction of Fi. Very accurate. It taps into LIFE itself, and feels connected with *everything*.
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    The functions through the eyes of this ENFP:

    The Leader: Ne:



    absolutely loved this when I saw it. I've actually tried to make one in my clubbing days as it drove me mad to have to guard my purse or dance with it. It's handy, it's making a purse out of somethign that wasn't meant to be one and it looks nifty. Fits all my Ne-criteria and is a great illustration of the practical use of Ne



    A more universal depiction of Ne, in all of its pattern-seeking, chaotic beauty, without any limitations. This is actually what my Ne looks like when I'm pondering on the meaning of life, connecting dots, recognizing patterns, having information swirling in my head.



    The Parent: Fi:

    The inner world it builds:



    being at peace of mind, harmony, feeling one with nature, insignificant in the face of such marvels....Home.



    ..yet mystical, foggy and sometimes deceivingly alluring while completely disorienting leaving feeling alone and at the mercy of your own fears lurking in the shadows..

    How it works:



    by functioning like a star as a source of fuel, of light, of harmony and inspiration , but most of all happiness/love from within and letting that permeate your body as well as directing it at others. This happens when things *feel* RIGHT.



    Or...by sucking up everything alive around you and within you, like a black hole..beautiful nonetheless, but oh so terrifying and cold...

    This happens when things *feel* very WRONG with no way out..

    Practical application, also known as the Fi-nudge:



    You touch someone elses..I guess energy field, using words, tone of voice, bodylanguage and perhaps even touch. You let them see/feel some of the love and happiness you carry within and share it to to soothe and rebalance their pain/anxiety/boredom etc.. Or, in a more sinister way, you are leaking toxic waste/energy and pretty much poluting their energy field with it and forcing it upon them (willingly or not).

    Lastly:



    Fi, much like Ti, puzzles. Gathers information (in this case emotional logic tid-bits) and strings them onto a web, interconnecting all the information (together with Ne) so it's accessible for the future. It creates an emotional logic network by distilling general principles from its encounters with others, seperating them from the unique variables those people bring to the picture. In this way, it can create an emotional logic network which can estimate to fairly accurate degree what a person is likely to think and do when exhibiting specific emotional responses and what the next emotional response will be.

    After a while, you can play emotional dress-up almost, taking all variables and intermixing them with each other to identify the unique emotional 'outfit' that this person is wearing and what that is likely to mean in terms of their past, present and future mindset, their personality. And..of course vice versa. If you get which items of clothing they have in their wardrobe (past, present, specific issues at play now, what strong influences are going atm, etc), you can see the amount of outfits that they are likely to wear.




    The Relief Function: Te:

    Most proficient Te users I know have a Te that looks like:



    Mine kinda looks like:



    I suck at organizing stuff, and the impatience, crudeness and pure inefficient blunt force I use to get things done is mindboggling.

    I do love using it for small, simple tasks as it's soothing:




    The Inferior: Si:



    That's right..a blurry book. I know I've read it, seen it, felt it, smelled it before but when and where did it go???? And how did it go again?? At that point Ne just fills in the gaps and makes up its own story

    And then suddenly, I go..wait, wasn't that when that stuff made me feel that way??? And it'll suddenly be like putting on my glasses and reading that page just fine

    It is fun to go nostalgic though and use it to reread your fav book




    The Opposing role: Ni:


    With Ni-doms it seems to look like this:



    The North Star..steady, reliable and always knows the way.

    With me it's more like this:



    I feel like I get struck by lightning, after which I completely see life differently, from a different perspective, often like I suddenly for the first time see the birds eye perspective and get an oversight of the situation
    And it takes a lot of mulling over, like a thunderstorm in my head to get to that lightning bolt

    The Critical Parent: Fe:

    I'm extremely sensitive to the suggestion that I'm expected to do things or otherwise I'm selfish, or don't know my place or what not. Aka:



    I do very much love the part where you can bring a group together:



    The Deceiver: Ti

    Oh my...well that kinda looks like:



    and




    aka..mathematical headache


    The Devil: Se:



    Chocolate...



    A hot guy and tons of soft fabric and other luxurious goodies...



    Ok, I sooo need to go and indulge a bit now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    Actually, when I saw it, I thought something like: 'oh, it's becoz people tend to worship football much in the same way or even more so than the way they worship God, so it's like a new cult that's finally been accepted as a religion '

    I guess that'd be Ne instead of Ni?

    No, that is more Ni.. bearing in mind that the functions don't represent the ability to think in certain ways, only the impulse to do so. Anyone can think in a certain way, especially if they are led into it by an argument, a book or even a cartoon strip.

    Ne isn't linked to the introspective thought it takes to decide that the fundamental attitudes shown in football supporters are the same as religious fanatics. Ne is an urge to take action. It may not think of the idea, but once it has been supplied with it (either by the actions of another function or an outside source) it will create a urge to rush out and do something with that idea. Like set up the Church of the Long Pass, or something.
    Don't make whine out of sour grapes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    mathematical headache
    a.k.a. my new favourite phrase
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    Trying this, but with reaction faces!

    Te-



    Fi-



    Fe-



    Se-



    Ni-

    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

    sCueI (primary Inquisition)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    The functions through the eyes of this ENFP:

    The Leader: Ne:

    I want one!

    The Relief Function: Te:

    Most proficient Te users I know have a Te that looks like:

    Absolutely. Earlier today, I compared my thought process to making an Excel spreadsheet. And the iPhone menu idea is really similar to that (esp. with ESTJs because the menu itself is like Si, whereas the selection of the correct icon is more Te).

    Mine kinda looks like:

    Epic metaphor win!
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    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehu3wy4WkHs"]Fi Ni Se[/YOUTUBE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post

    The Critical Parent: Fe:

    I'm extremely sensitive to the suggestion that I'm expected to do things or otherwise I'm selfish, or don't know my place or what not. Aka:


    Lol, this was my avatar for a very long time on INTPc...

    Fe demands feel like slavery to Fi.

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    Edit. I'm doing all of them in "the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" style.

    Ne (hero, aka first order approximation):


    Ti (parent):

    Filters and steers the Ne Drive

    Fe (relief):

    Reassures us that we're not blowing up the world by letting two black holes colliding.

    Si (inferior):

    Holds a whole lot of very interesting but probably very useless information.

    Ni: (opposing):

    Very methodical listing of all what could go wrong and what should have gone better if only that crazy Ne wasn't around. (this is meant to be Marvin the pessimistic robot)

    Te (critical parent):

    Here's the answer, you stupid ENTP. Stop searching already and get on with your duties.

    Fi (trickster):

    You think you're using logic, eh? You really think you are??

    Se (demon):

    Try, try, try...
    Got questions? Ask an ENTP!
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