Quite the leap, I'd say, in the assumption that I was speaking in regards to those that lead with Ni. Understandable, to say the least, that one would come to that conclusion, but as you can see, there is not a single reference in my post to a singular type. But I can admire the skill in which you became conscious of the unconscious to weave such a deduction from information that may or may not have been in not existence. Though, it is to say, that one may come to such a conclusion fully unaware of the contextual meaning of the subject in question, that is— the non-reference to the condition of health.
Are Ti users unconscious of their logical deductions? Do the Fi-dom not have rationale as to why they feel they are a moral authority? Does the Si user not draw to its mind the state of all by what has preceded the all? As much as it may seem as though Ni picks profundity out of thin air, does this imply that it is indeed drawn from the unconscious, or does one think such is the case because they themselves have a poor grasp of Ni despite being Ni-dominant?
It's my understanding that intuition itself is a process in recognizing patterns. Unlike extroverted intuition, whose patterns are perceived through the lens of what is in the immediate, introverted intuition gleans them from the past and present which create the vision of the future. Of course this "vision" is merely conjecture through which its soundness be judged by the auxiliary. But one thing that is truly inconceivable is that Ni is used to see things when it can't be seen. The unconscious? One may be able to deduce what happened in the unconscious mind after an occurrence (not exclusive to Ni), but to claim an active insight to the unconscious as it happens is nothing short of ridiculous (exclusive to everything).