I'm interested in how people experience their dominant-inferior functions together, either as a unit, or perhaps how they experience their inferior not as an inferior that they might view as a weakness, but in light of their dominant, when both are active and useful.
I'll start with an example:
To me, Se is usually a combination of obliviousness and hypochondria. However, there are times when I feel that I kind of synch in with the world. I become aware of colour, light, temperature, the wind, movement, as it occurs in the moment. I think this to be an occasional activation of healthy Se.
With this, though, is an awareness of other things - an awareness of this moment as a facet of something infinitely complex, of the totality of reality, and an awareness that that's not something I can conceive of in specifics; it's unfathomable. Awareness that perception is of things at a certain size, but that what's there is not necessarily determined between subatomic particles, on one hand, or that totality on the other. That the experience is itself momentary, but that we don't understand what that means, in a broader context of what time is. It's not that Se makes me think of these things, as separate things, it's that I experience and interpret the experience itself as an element of something else.
Ni use is fairly constant, for me, and I spend a lot of time not really feeling like I'm 'in the world'. But I find that Se-fed Ni, or NiSe, or whatever, can sometimes be more fulfilling and inspirational than normal, everyday Ni use.
So, that was a long example. But, now that I've recognised this in MBTI terms, I'm interested - what is NeSi like? SiNe? SeNi? FiTe? TeFi? TiFe? FeTi? How do you experience your Dominant and inferior functions together?