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    Quote Originally Posted by sassafrassquatch View Post
    Ah, clever!

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    Very interesting.

    Fe seemed to be the generic pathway to a communal rainbow, maybe with different nations, creeds, races, religions and pernsonality types represented by the different colours which all gain the same shade as the rainbow goes on.
    Exactly. It's all about roles and relationships and connecting as a group. A path of many differences merging in the light of the sun. How optimistic!

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    Weird pictures they are.

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    That's very cool. I think in images. Nice to have ones that gel with how I think.

    I get the Fe, Fi, Te, Ti, and Ni ones. I think I get the Ne one.

    But the Si and Se - I don't get them at all. sassafrasquatch's ones were good, though.

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    bluebell - wonderful to see you here!


    The Ni is spot on.

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    The original Se picture is the only one that doesn't really make sense to me. I think it's hard to make abstract a function which sees things in absolutely concrete terms.
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    Really? Se seems about immersion in physical reality... hole-jump seems very intensely physical to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Really? Se seems about immersion in physical reality... hole-jump seems very intensely physical to me.
    I'm talking about the picture in the OP link, not sassafrassquatch's pictures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluebell View Post
    I get the Fe, Fi, Te, Ti, and Ni ones.
    Quote Originally Posted by Night View Post
    The Ni is spot on.
    Which Ni picture? Sleeping Beauty or the colorful spiderwebs?

    EDIT: Here's one for Ne:


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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    The original Se picture is the only one that doesn't really make sense to me. I think it's hard to make abstract a function which sees things in absolutely concrete terms.
    From what I can gather from the picture, it seems to be potraying Se as using things only to their most base and practical level. Like it's saying it makes only garbage out of what other functions might have a use for. An apple has nothing to offer after it's eaten, no inspiration, no assocation. And I wonder if the image is supposed make you feel certain physical sensations.

    It makes feel like you've just scrunched up a bit of paper in your hands and you're reminded of the disgust an old eaten apple might give you.

    And in classic Se fashion it makes you think, "Onto the next thing!"

    Quote Originally Posted by Night View Post
    The Ni is spot on.
    I was hoping someone would mention that one. Are you high Ni? I can't remember if I've learnt your type or not.
    Why do we always come here?

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