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    Quote Originally Posted by yakimadude View Post
    maybe the feel a connection when the weather reflects the emotional state they are feeling. depressed mood and they go out and there is a dark gloomy sky with large ominous clouds hanging over head. everything is synching with fi
    That makes a lot of sense actually.

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    not really, i like outside and think it's pretty but i can stay inside for long periods of time without thinking about it. i do when i'm on shrooms though!

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    It may be true on average, but nature has nothing to do with Fi. It seems more likely to appeal to Fe users, as it's external. Fi cares nothing for the external world besides its relevance to the current happenings of the mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan View Post
    It may be true on average, but nature has nothing to do with Fi. It seems more likely to appeal to Fe users, as it's external. Fi cares nothing for the external world besides its relevance to the current happenings of the mind.
    I'm an Fe user, and nature does jack shit for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan View Post
    It may be true on average, but nature has nothing to do with Fi. It seems more likely to appeal to Fe users, as it's external. Fi cares nothing for the external world besides its relevance to the current happenings of the mind.
    Hmm, I don't know about that. I think an Fe-user would place more significance on human relations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    I keep hearing from many Fi users that they have a strong connection with nature? Is this true?
    I know I do!
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    Strong Fi here, and no particular connection to nature. I care about the environment, but that's more of a personal value than any special love of nature as a whole.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    That makes a lot of sense actually.
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    I feel a very strong sense of connection to nature. It is a living system I was born from, am a synergistic part of, and will return to. It is one of the most pure realities. As @Lady X pointed out, I think it is very much about atmospherics.

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    Nature is probably one of the things that I most value, and my concern/love of it has been foundational in me since late grade school (beginning around age 9-10).

    For myself, I simply have a deep concern for all lifeforms, and appreciation/awareness of the intricate ecosystems and how all of it ties together. Also majored in ecology in college. I love seeing animals and plants and everything out in their natural environment; looking around me, noticing all of it, being in awe of the beauty and how other things live their lives... what their existence is all about. On a personal level, being out in the wildnerness and away from people also brings me a very important sense of peace and helps me align better with the bigger picture, being able to let go of the small trivialities of day to day life. There's a lot more out there. A whole world of life, a huge variation of even how we as people live our lives around the world, and what our life consists of.
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