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    Quote Originally Posted by Joehobo View Post
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    Couldn't help myself!

    I'll give a serious response after I figure out what the heck you mean by Pi. (I iz noob.)
    Pi stands for introverted percieving, Si and Ni colectively. You'll sometimes also see Pe (extroverted percieving), Ji (introverted judging) and Je (extrovertyed judging). It's a term that gets used quite a lot on this forum, but I'm not sure how far it has spread in the world at large.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
    Both Ni and Si are a preference for planning ahead, reviewing what has happened and considering what is known.
    where did you get this idea from?

    first of all, planning is a rational thing, Si and Ni only perceive. reviewing is a function of memory. considering is also a rational thing, not a perceiving thing, even tho it also requires memory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dimensiomen View Post
    What is your personality type?
    How do you observe your Pi function when it's pro-active?
    How do you observe yourself in general?
    How does it feel? What role do feelings have in your Pi?

    Additional: Please elaborate with an on function approach
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    I observe Ni as something I do when there's just nothing else going on. I use it to entertain myself when there's no external stimulation, like when I'm trying to go to sleep.
    Not sure how I observe myself in general.
    Ni by itself doesn't feel like much of anything to me, but feeling sometimes influences the subject matter.
    What do you mean by "an on function approach"? Sorry, I'm sure that's an extremely noobish question.

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    It makes me presume every new user is @Typoz.


    Also, I have no clue what Pi is. How I perceive myself? How I perceive what I perceive?

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    Pi(x). It's not my function, really. It's just a function.
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