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    Default Do Fi users have a connection with nature?

    I keep hearing from many Fi users that they have a strong connection with nature? Is this true?

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    I do yes. I have no idea if it has anything to do with fi tho.
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    I read that ISFPs and ESFPs may have a strong connection to the nature, animals, and even babies, and both use Fi. But I guess it only applies to them, I don't know. I don't have this. No aspect of Fi in my knowledge have any relations with strong connections with nature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    I do yes. I have no idea if it has anything to do with fi tho.
    I was talking with @Elfboy about it, and we concluded that most ENFP's do have a connection with nature. I wanted to confirm it on this thread.

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    Nah, I don't feel any particular connection to nature. I don't feel the impulse to commune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    Nah, I don't feel any particular connection to nature.
    Same here.

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    I have a strong connection to nature and have noted quite a few INFP's do as well. Functionally I'm not sure exactly how this would tie in, but it seems like being away from people, appreciating the beauty and harmony, having time to just dawdle and reflect with no pressing issues or deadlines could be very fi-oriented. I'm sure fi isn't the only function that would appreciate it, but I can see how Fi would find value in the harmony, purity and authenticity.
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    I don't know but it can be very inspiring and uplifting or calming and serene....It can evoke a million different moods or transport me into another time or place.

    Atmosphere in general is of huge importance to me.
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    Nature has a collective and responsive conduct and order to it. So wild yet purposeful. Nothing is cruel in nature, for everything that seeks its own survival assists everything else in the system. So as an Fi dom, that unspoken value for everyone and everything with the individual's aims ultimately benefiting nature hits home.
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    its not Fi related
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