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    Striving for balance Little Linguist's Avatar
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    Not easy. Just happens.

    Though I sometimes/often find myself analyzing myself and my thought processes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    On the other hand, Socionics Ni doesn't describe me at all--Fi does a much better job under that system.
    Makes sense, it is a different system after all.
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    Things and people that trigger my internal fi landscape of ideas and ideals gives me an elated feeling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    I don't see it, I feel it, I know. .
    The same with me, I know my dominant functions well and when they are "on" and when they are not that much "on".

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    I make bizarre connections effortlessly. I'll just come up with the answer and then have to backtrack and come up with why it makes sense. It's why I hated math class; I could get to the answer easily, but I hated having to show my work. My mind isn't so elegantly linear.


    I... suppose. Yeah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajah View Post
    I make bizarre connections effortlessly. I'll just come up with the answer and then have to backtrack and come up with why it makes sense. It's why I hated math class; I could get to the answer easily, but I hated having to show my work. My mind isn't so elegantly linear.
    I liked maths, but yeah, ditto

    To me, being Ne dominant isn't something that I sense or pick up. Ne is my core, my base. Everything that I do, everything that I think of pretty much would be motivated or framed in an Ne way. Pretty much everything I do has some sort of theoretical framework I attach to it.

    So yeah, it's real easy for me.

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    It seems introverted functions as dominant are hardest to see, because they're so internal and second nature. Particularly the Ji functions (logic vs "value"), which have become blurred due to a lot of common simplistic descriptions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric B View Post
    It seems introverted functions as dominant are hardest to see, because they're so internal and second nature. Particularly the Ji functions (logic vs "value"), which have become blurred due to a lot of common simplistic descriptions.
    I have a hard time seeing my dominant function. What works best for me is to put it in writing and then analyze what I wrote. But I am still dont usually see the function itself but more letting the function judge itself and work itself out.
    Im out, its been fun

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    Te-dom is easy to see. Put pretty much anything in front of me of interest or necessity and I'll try to take it apart, organize it and solve it, even if it doesn't need solving. It's not deliberate. Shit happens.

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    I have no problems seeing the dominant function in myself.
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