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    Quote Originally Posted by RandomINTP View Post
    Ni: Gluttony (because you don't consider how much food is there or how full you are)
    Ne: Pride
    Ne pride? I don't get it

    I think:

    Se = gluttony
    Si = ???

    Fe = wrath
    Fi = pride

    Ti = sloth (psychological apathy, not necessarily lazy)
    Te = lust (sadistic dominance, not necessarily sexual)

    Ni = envy (watch the movie 7)
    Ne = greed???(I don't know)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doomkid View Post
    Ne pride? I don't get it

    I think:

    Se = gluttony
    Si = ???

    Fe = wrath
    Fi = pride

    Ti = sloth (psychological apathy, not necessarily lazy)
    Te = lust (sadistic dominance, not necessarily sexual)

    Ni = envy (watch the movie 7)
    Ne = greed???(I don't know)
    Introverted pride: Egoism
    Extroverted pride: Arrogance

    Intuition is part of the perception part. Prideful people (like narcissists) percieve themselves as great, but it's usually deeper than a superficial level. I personally think I'm hot, but my true pride comes with my genius level intellect. Ne fits good to pride.

    Another possibility:
    Se - Lust (lust is physical pleasure but it can be mental but it doesn't change anything)
    Si - Gluttony (because taste is for yourself and not sensible to others)
    Ne - Pride (read the above of you haven't already)
    Ni - 8th Sin: Deceit

    Fe - Wrath
    Fi - Envy or 9th Sin: Fear
    Te - Greed
    Ti - Sloth

    My top sins:
    1. Pride (yes)
    2. Sloth (yes)
    3. Gluttony (yes)
    4. Wrath (yes)
    5. Lust (yes)
    6. Greed (yes)
    7. Envy (no)

    INTP:
    Dom: Sloth
    Aux: Pride
    Ter: Gluttony
    Inf: Wrath

    Pretty accurate.
    Now for the other sins:

    INTJ:
    Dom: Deceit
    Aux: Greed
    Ter: Envy
    Inf: Lust
    MBTI:
    Alignment: Chaotic-Neutral
    Sins: Pride > Sloth > Gluttony > Wrath > Greed > Lust > Envy

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    I guess it could be a fun brain exercise, though.

    Did you get the idea from the enneagram correlations? They're often attached to the seven sins, due to the spiritual underpinnings of ennegram. (For example, 5's supposedly have a Greed issue.)

    Since the MBTI types can be partially correlaed to enneagram types, there might be some crossover there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post


    I guess it could be a fun brain exercise, though.

    Did you get the idea from the enneagram correlations? They're often attached to the seven sins, due to the spiritual underpinnings of ennegram. (For example, 5's supposedly have a Greed issue.)

    Since the MBTI types can be partially correlaed to enneagram types, there might be some crossover there.
    I would argue that sloth is more appropriate for 5, or at least for INTP 5s. Greed is too much damn work. INTJs might be different.



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    Quote Originally Posted by msg_v2 View Post
    I would argue that sloth is more appropriate for 5, or at least for INTP 5s. Greed is too much damn work. INTJs might be different.
    5's are traditionally tied to Avarice in the enneagram due to their tendency to horde ideas and horde their own competence. They're hesitant to act in the real world, doubting their own competency, and thus they keep their resources to themselves and don't take risks.

    In the enneagram, the direction of integration for Five -> Eight, and Eights instinctively take action rather than hording their energy. So healthy Fives (according to the Enneagram) develop confidence in their abilities and knowledge and a willingness to take risks and give to others without fearing that they will in the process expend their resources enough to be drained. They give rather than withdrawing from the world into their own safe little cocoon that they can control and manage without risk.

    But yeah, there's a high correlation between INTx and e5's in the surveys. They are one of the more correlated types.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    5's are traditionally tied to Avarice in the enneagram due to their tendency to horde ideas and horde their own competence. They're hesitant to act in the real world, doubting their own competency, and thus they keep their resources to themselves and don't take risks.

    In the enneagram, the direction of integration for Five -> Eight, and Eights instinctively take action rather than hording their energy. So healthy Fives (according to the Enneagram) develop confidence in their abilities and knowledge and a willingness to take risks and give to others without fearing that they will in the process expend their resources enough to be drained. They give rather than withdrawing from the world into their own safe little cocoon that they can control and manage without risk.
    I would imagine being able to do this effectively requires engagement and (observation!) of the world, rather than retreat from it. Would that be correct?
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    Quote Originally Posted by msg_v2 View Post
    I would imagine being able to do this effectively requires engagement and (observation!) of the world, rather than retreat from it. Would that be correct?
    yes, although the assumption is that you have naturally been collecting and hording those observations for your lifetime.. but being anxious about "spending them" and trusting them in real-time / action. 5's do tend to get caught up in the "head life" and shy away from the external manifestation of self.

    So yes, Eight is a "Move Against" type, while Five is a "Move Away" type. (the other category is "Move Towards.") Five learns to plan strategic and conscious "Moving Against" actions.

    I've seen Eight's vice described as either excess or anger. These are the problems, different people make different associations, but I guess something can be gained by exploring it.
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    This sis so ridiculous lol

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    Alpha (Ne, Fe, Si, Ti) -- Sloth, Gluttony


    Beta (Fe, Se, Ti, Ni) -- Pride, Lust, Envy, Wrath


    Gamma (Se, Te, Ni, Fi) -- Wrath, Avarice, Lust


    Delta (Te, Ne, Fi, Si) -- Sloth, Avarice

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    Isn't sins usually applied to enneagram?
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