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    "It cannot be expressed, only divined"

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    Is it literally true that Fi users can spend hours thinking about how they feel about something? If so, how does this work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    Is it literally true that Fi users can spend hours thinking about how they feel about something? If so, how does this work?
    i'm not really sure how to answer this question.. it just happens? if i'm having strong feelings about something i can't really think about anything else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    Is it literally true that Fi users can spend hours thinking about how they feel about something? If so, how does this work?
    It isn't a split like that. It is thinking about something, and feeling it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    Is it literally true that Fi users can spend hours thinking about how they feel about something? If so, how does this work?
    I do this but there is nothing really paradoxical about it. Part of you is "feeling" the feeling whilst another part of you is simply reflecting on what the first part is doing. I usually use a psych-ward analogy. Basically imagine a loony in a padded cell and an adjoining room where a psychologist/team of psychologists are observing the patient's behaviour via a hidden camera where they record the results and discuss it and what it could mean. That would be the situation. You are both the patient and the doctor, observing what you are feeling and recording the results. It works the same way for emotions, personal value and personal ethics/morality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    Is it literally true that Fi users can spend hours thinking about how they feel about something? If so, how does this work?
    I think that's more Ti-Fe than it is Fi, someone please correct me if I'm wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    i'm not really sure how to answer this question.. it just happens? if i'm having strong feelings about something i can't really think about anything else.
    You can't any more descriptive than that?

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    It isn't a split like that. It is thinking about something, and feeling it.
    Explain please.

    Quote Originally Posted by Standuble View Post
    I do this but there is nothing really paradoxical about it. Part of you is "feeling" the feeling whilst another part of you is simply reflecting on what the first part is doing. I usually use a psych-ward analogy. Basically imagine a loony in a padded cell and an adjoining room where a psychologist/team of psychologists are observing the patient's behaviour via a hidden camera where they record the results and discuss it and what it could mean. That would be the situation. You are both the patient and the doctor, observing what you are feeling and recording the results. It works the same way for emotions, personal value and personal ethics/morality.
    This makes zero sense to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    You can't any more descriptive than that?
    i still don't really understand the question, or what you don't understand about it. i'm ambivalent about a lot of things so i analyze what i feel, and why i feel the way i do, and other times i've felt this way before. it's hard for me to explain my thought process i guess because it's very disorganized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    i still don't really understand the question, or what you don't understand about it. i'm ambivalent about a lot of things so i analyze what i feel, and why i feel the way i do, and other times i've felt this way before. it's hard for me to explain my thought process i guess because it's very disorganized.
    Couldn't a Ti user analyze the way that they feel and why they feel the way that they do as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    Couldn't a Ti user analyze the way that they feel and why they feel the way that they do as well?
    i'd assume so, i never thought it was specific to any cognitive function.

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