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  • Extrovert: Xe functions

    3 10.71%
  • Extrovert: Xi functions

    2 7.14%
  • Extrovert: No discernible difference

    2 7.14%
  • Introvert: Xe functions

    3 10.71%
  • Introvert: Xi functions

    6 21.43%
  • Introvert: No discernible difference

    7 25.00%
  • All cognitive functions are nonsensical

    5 17.86%
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  1. #41
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    Are you two ladies talking about Z's avatar, or someone else's?

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    ah wait,

    Through the mind of man reality is created. Without a mind to create that reality, without senses to perceive it and ground it to our foundation, it is not real.

    (Unless you have lots of Ne and create stuff in your head)

    very Ni-Se sort thing so I likely f'ed up the details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Are you two ladies talking about Z's avatar, or someone else's?
    Z's

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    And you never saw the face immediately?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    And you never saw the face immediately?
    Nope. Bunch of orange lines in really cool patterns.

    I see patterns everywhere though. Ocean waves, trees, clouds. If I observe the patterns they will actually create an emotive response at times-like being in love with the sea.

    I very much like Z' thoughts on the math of trees swaying in the wind. I tend to see ocean waves and think of oscillating harmonic wave equations.

    I want to add math structure and predictability to the patterns I see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Puppy View Post
    Fi facial expressions? Those are really easy.

    I dunno, gotta ton of Ne though.
    Wow, what's the difference for you between Fe and Fi facial expressions?

    When I looked at Z's avi, the meaning of it, the symbolism, just sort of came to me. It's actually what I "saw" first. I see the lines and whatnot too, but they're only relevant in the sense that they help to convey the underlying meaning, and I don't see them as separate from the picture or the meaning itself-if that makes any sense.
    There is a thinking stuff from which all things are made, and which, in its original state, permeates, penetrates, and fills the interspaces of the universe.

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    I just sucked everything into my skull at once. Lol.

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    I cant read the intent of Fe facial expressions. Like in that instance I thought the guy was gay-she said he thought I was totally hot. An ENTP I thought felt emo-instead that look means he wants to hook up. It's real odd. But Te/Fi users-I know exactly what they need/want/are thinking. I can just look at them and respond innately.

    I didnt actually try to use Fi to read/comfort people until this last year honestly. I would watch them and pick up on the subtle changes, but not do anything. Mostly as I always hung with entps who dont want you doing anything-When they get tweaky-you just give them space.

    But given I can sort the Fi/Te users now-it's like magic. I know exactly what they need innately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xNTP View Post
    I understand Ne, Ti, and Fe. I have no idea what Te is, but I'm pretty sure it has to do with buildings. The S-family I don't understand at all. Si? Se? Am I in Spanish class? And I don't really get Si v. Fi. If Se is the way you feel outside stuff like the floor, wouldn't Si be the way you feel your feelings? But isn't that Fi? Fee Fi Fo Fum, less function, more...tequila.
    lol.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    There is this one function called Ni. Whenever I try to describe it, I end up with Ne or Si.

    I have a theory. There are only seven mental functions: N, Ti, Fe, Si, Te, Fi and Se. (presented here in the order I use them) People split N up in Ne and Ni to make things symmetrical and the theory more beautiful; but really they are one and the same.
    Or they are linked this strongly you can't discern them.
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    I feel like I can grasp all the Xi better than the Xe functions. I know I USE Fe but I still find it very confusing and think Fi is easier to understand conceptually. Saying that, I am not implying that I know what's going on in XXFP user's mind since it's highly personalized. It might be because Xe functions are highly situational while Xi function seem more universal.

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