I am not really good at explaining things, and I guess I´ve made a bit of confusion inside my head.
From what I understood:
-The dominant function is our strongest and what makes the 90% of our personalities, it is evident since we are young, and once you figure it out is easier to type someone. And depending if its introverted of extroverted it will give the I or E in the MBTI lettering. It is also paired with the opposite function which becomes the inferior one, Right? (like Ne+Si?)
-The auxiliary function is the second most important function and works as a ''helper'' of the dominant. So if the dominant is extraverted, the auxiliary will be introverted. Same with judging and perceiving functions.
-The tertiary function is the hardest to figure out because develops later in your life. You can figure it out more easily by pairing it with the auxiliary function.
-The inferior one is weak and more noticeable when we get angry or are stressed out.
What I didnt understand:
Why are extraverted and intraverted functions always paired?
Why is this structured like this?
Why there aren't any exceptions? There have always to be some kind of exceptions.
Why our cognitive function order is never in the exact order of our type?
Like I am sure than my Ne and Ni are stronger than my Fi. And even if Ni should be my shadow function is still stronger than other functions.
So if I am either Ne or Ni-dom does this make me an INFJ or ENFP?
How can I tell apart my auxiliary fuction from my dominant function?