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    It's not as easy for me, not because I wouldn't be self aware, but because I am aware of differences in my behaviors and actions and influences that form me as a personality.

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    Functions visually explained
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    To avoid criticism, do nothing, say nothing, be nothing.
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    Music provides one of the clearest examples of a much deeper relation between mathematics and human experience.

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    Really quite easy, my otherwordly quietness around people and my constant acts of secretly getting offended by the things people might say and do is laughable indeed. Idealizing people is also often something I find myself doing a lot, and the fact that all of my emotions are so close to heart. I often cry when people tell me stories of their troubled pasts, or when I don't feel welcome in a social environment for instance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noll View Post
    Really quite easy, my otherwordly quietness around people and my constant acts of secretly getting offended by the things people might say and do is laughable indeed. Idealizing people is also often something I find myself doing a lot, and the fact that all of my emotions are so close to heart. I often cry when people tell me stories of their troubled pasts, or when I don't feel welcome in a social environment for instance.
    I relate to everything you said there except for the first sentence and maybe not that my emotions are so close to me. I feel my emotions all the time but they keep feeling like they're not mine and they're just taking residence in my body.

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    How easy is it for you to see your dominant function?.

    Watching your own thinking. Being aware. You'd think you'd be able to spot some framework. Can you do that?
    For others, being my chattiness, I think it can be difficult sometimes, although when I'm working well with others people can be surprised by how much insight I can give. Although it's an environmental situation, I need to be in a cooperative and kind and non-judging environment for me to work at my best.

    I think for everyone it's easy to see their own dominant function, they just need to recognize it after learning enough typology.

    Ni is all about seeing the big picture and watching your own thinking and other's thinking (combined with Fe). Ni can't get more obvious than that.

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    It's tricky for me to see my functions at work since they are such a natural way of thinking for me, it is all just a part of who I am. Just the same as going through your early childhood years with bad vision and assuming everyone sees the world as you do until someone else points out that what you see is not what everyone else sees. I am only really aware of my use of intuition when I actively use it in creative situations, when I force the mood and engage in it with full conviction. Otherwise, I know it permeates through everything else in life and affects how I experience and interact with things and people, but I am not consciously thinking about my functions in those moments. I am only aware of my use of Ne when I get into my introspective moods after an experience has been had and I am sitting there thinking about how those experiences fit into my understanding and idealism that is my life. If it weren't for those introspective reflective moments, I could easily mistake my use of Ne as Se.
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    Unless I am an Fi-dom, I have a hard time seeing ANY of the functions in myself.

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    I was blind to Fe for years, but oh well, I see it now and understand it better. I see the other functions easily......
    Quote Originally Posted by Archilochus
    The fox knows many things--the hedgehog one big one.
    And I am not a hedgehog......

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    Jesus said "Blessed are the peacemakers" not "blessed are the conflict avoiders.....

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    “Orthodoxy means not thinking--not needing to think. Orthodoxy is unconsciousness.”
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