Interesting.Yes, individual will and intellect greatly override the sensations provided by environment. On that front, Descartes was partially correct - "I think, therefore I am." Maybe closer to, "I think, therefore it is."
Heh learning the vocabulary of a new language is tricky, I don't see it as an S/N issue really. I believe in a natural context based learning of the vocab. No need to do rote memorization that way. Though my most efficient method does involve a bit of rote memorizing but it's not as bad as it sounds, it's kept at a minimum.It's more like, I just can't be bothered. The details evade me. Like I'm learning a foreign language right now, and for the life of me I can't be bothered to memorize vocab since it seems like "boring details". So, I learn the overall structure of the language, and then am stuck asking for translations of words many times over. It's sad.
Btw I'm just like you there, I learn the structure first (grammar stuff etc). I can't put together a sentence's meaning or create sentences effortlessly if I don't have the structure learned yet. I'm totally extreme with this, I know many people don't give a rat's ass about structure, they just pick up a few words from communication then guess meaning of sentences and just try to put together some makeshift sentences. I do none of that...
I don't see a lot of difference here between Ne and Se tbh :PPe-dom my friend. I'm the stereotype of the xNxP slob, I dunno if there's a Sensing equivalent.
I see. Interesting. I can be immersed in thoughts or something but I still have this instinct active that makes me pay attention when I need to. That has to be S/N difference? I have the attention in my case because I actually care enough about the stuff in reality. I guess you care more about your ideas or whatever and it's less frustrating to you if you e.g. lose a bag?The problem is "developing the habit". It's like I need my mom standing over me, telling me what to do. I just don't have that sort of awareness of my environment that would even draw it to mind while trying to form a habit.