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View Poll Results: FPs: Do You Feel Introverted Feeling Is Sourced Within Your Chest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    Could you outline these reasons a bit?
    Yes, I could.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    What is that difference?
    Well, so far there have been only two hypothetical/theoretical Fe users to reply:

    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    THANK YOU.

    fwiw, when I read @mia's post, re. 'Fe users get angry as well, though, in regards to noncompliance with Fe values', I had a visceral reaction (lol). Because, I have no idea what 'noncompliance with Fe values' actually means. Many people on this forum view me as an Fe user, but tbh I don't even identify with much of what people write of Fe, or know what phrases like that mean. (no offense Mia ).

    I view my values as being aspects of myself, whether I derived them of myself or happened to incorporate bits and pieces from my life experiences into my own views. And yes, my chest tightens, I may feel ill and have to lie down if I'm anxious or really upset about something (it affects me physically), my heart beats faster, other physical reactions/sensations based on the emotion I am feeling.

    /sorry for the derail, I know I'm not supposed to be here.
    Quote Originally Posted by ms.behaving View Post
    We're passionate about a few things.

    Fe is wearing something in pink... with stockings, and garters, and lace underwear.
    And, while cascadeco doesn't strike me as very Fe-heavy (frankly, I think her cognition runs a lot more along the lines of NiTi), neither of these responses really ring with any significant amount of what I would call, in a very technical manner, "Fi flava". Particularly not the latter. What kind of FP would respond to such charges/questions with "we're passionate about a few things", such lack of verve, such a wet towel of a response.

    And I don't find it surprising; as I've said on here before, I feel the introverted form of a function tends to be much deeper, stronger, more robust, than its extroverted counterpart; and, as such, I think FPs tend to be much more deeply passionate than do FJs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    Like Mia, the Fi user, it appears.
    Sure. Everybody is passionate about something.
    - MB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Well, so far there have been only two hypothetical/theoretical Fe users to re

    And, while cascadeco doesn't strike me as very Fe-heavy (frankly, I think her cognition runs a lot more along the lines of NiTi), neither of these responses really ring with any significant amount of what I would call, in a very technical manner, "Fi flava". Particularly not the latter. What kind of FP would respond to such charges/questions with "we're passionate about a few things", such lack of verve, such a wet towel of a response.

    And I don't find it surprising; as I've said on here before, I feel the introverted forms of a function are much deeper, stronger, more robust, than their extroverted counterparts, and, as such, I think FPs tend to be much more deeply passionate than do FJs.
    As long as it made you feel good to type out that wordwall of over-analysis, I do not have a problem with it. Rock on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mia. View Post
    Yes, I could.
    Touché. Please do, honey.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    I feel the introverted forms of a function are much deeper, stronger, more robust, than their extroverted counterparts, and, as such, I think FPs tend to be far more deeply passionate than do FJs.
    Is that the difference you meant, that the introverted forms of a function are 'much deeper, stronger, more robust'? They are processes, though. How can they be deep, strong or robust? If they are on a scale, is a deep, strong, robust Fe automatically Fi? Is it impossible that an FJ is more deeply passionate than an FP?

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    I don't understand this question. I also am questioning my understanding of Fi. Lots of "WTF" to some of these comments.

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    The root chakra is the source of every other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki View Post
    I don't understand this question. I also am questioning my understanding of Fi. Lots of "WTF" to some of these comments.
    I am in the same boat. Let's skip this joint and hitup the Dairy Queen for a choco cherry blizzard.
    - MB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    Touché. Please do, honey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ms.behaving View Post
    I am in the same boat. Let's skip this joint and hitup the Dairy Queen for a choco cherry blizzard.

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