I am one of those people who want things to be clear and crisp, not vague and up-in-the-air. I'm still N thought :P It's just that many descriptions are a bit to loose for me
Lately I have been thinking about different ways to make a clear ("crisp") distinction to the terms feeling and thinking. I have read that Jung describes them as rational, conscious thinking, only on two different domains, feeling and thinking.
Can another description be that feeling is primarily about the "why" while thinking is primarily about "how"
Before, when first learning about types at "discover youself" sites, I used to mistake intuition (and especially the silent intuition of Ni) to be feeling. Those moments you just "know" something, without clear (communicative) evidence to why. This made me uncertain wheter i was thinker or feeler. I later discovered throught both research and tests that I most likely is INFP, but still.
I have found myself better at guessing peoples motivation and true disposition towards stuff, and I reckon that this is what feeling is about, motivation. The "why".
Am I on to something, or am I completely off the chart?