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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    Ni Fi Ti? That makes you an INTJ/INFP/INTP, INTP being the balancing point and your overall type.

    Of course that is based on my tritype theory which most experts would say is bogus, so idk.
    This is exactly my theory, which most people are saying is bogus.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    Yes.
    Cool. I guess I use it a lot then. But probably not more than Ne. Hmm...INTX or INFJ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenfairy View Post
    Cool. I guess I use it a lot then. But probably not more than Ne. Hmm...INTX or INFJ...
    I think it's a non-question that you're Ni-dominant.

    I have that "little voice" too but I unfortunately tend to ignore it. I always regret ignoring it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AphroditeGoneAwry View Post
    Yeah, it's a good question. I'll have to ponder it.


    On the surface, I think Ni processes a lot of different variables incoming in various forms, to try to find the one best truth or explanation. And Fi is more personal and subjective. I think it is the most subjective function, and strictly concerned with pure feeling, regardless of whether that feeling is felt for one brief moment in time, or is a recurrent theme. Fi's only motivation, I guess, is to fully consider a feeling, or the get to the heart of a feeling-state. Fi users can use this on others when proficient, and in a healthy frame of mind.


    What do you think?
    Sounds plausible. I don't really do this, so it makes me think I don't use Fi that much. I dunno. Maybe I use Ni like this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenfairy View Post
    Yes. So, which CF is this intuition? Is it Ni which might tell you to do something unexplainable for your best interest?
    Umm, that's Fi. To a Ni user, in their head, it makes sense, because it's a perception function- no judgement. Ni would gather what the situation is- Fi is what moves you to action. It's subjective, and personal, so the action, or outcome, made sense to the individual, where others would have reacted differently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    I think it's a non-question that you're Ni-dominant.

    I have that "little voice" too but I unfortunately tend to ignore it. I always regret ignoring it.
    In making decisions this is true. But as far as my inner world is concerned, and how I respond to life, it seems to be different. But you might be right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    Umm, that's Fi. To a Ni user, in their head, it makes sense, because it's a perception function- no judgement. Ni would gathere what the situation is- Fi is what moves you to action.
    So Fi tells you to act on Ni? Then wouldn't they always go together? They aren't in INFJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenfairy View Post
    In making decisions this is true. But as far as my inner world is concerned, and how I respond to life, it seems to be different. But you might be right.
    My Ti ignores Ni, because Ti is the decision-making function I use most of the time and it doesn't consider Ni to be a source of valuable information. But something else in me says that I ignore it to my detriment. Basically, it's turned out right too many times to be coincidence. The only times it's really helped me was when it physically moved my body, when it got the attention of an instinct that bypasses the thinking realm.

    The inner realm of an Ni-dominant is another question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    Ni Fi Ti? That makes you an INTJ/INFP/INTP, INTP being the balancing point and your overall type.

    Of course that is based on my tritype theory which most experts would say is bogus, so idk.

    How do you settle on the INTP as the balancing point?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    My Ti ignores Ni, because Ti is the decision-making function I use most of the time and it doesn't consider Ni to be a source of valuable information. But something else in me says that I ignore it to my detriment. Basically, it's turned out right too many times to be coincidence. The only times it's really helped me was when it physically moved my body, when it got the attention of an instinct that bypasses the thinking realm.

    The inner realm of an Ni-dominant is another question.
    In comparing ourselves, this could mean that we are different types, or it could mean that we are the same type (if you are INTP) and just developed differently and in different life situations. I have had to work to trust my intuition as much as I do. I've always followed it for survival though. Developing my intuition and psychic ability has been part of my Wiccan training. Everyone in our group has had to develop this function. So I'm saying pagans are different from the average person.

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