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    ahh ok thats what i was looking for, a concept WITH application

    I tend to explain it to people who are new as SJ = Guardians SP = Hunter/Gatherer NT = Philosopher NF = prophet/diplomat
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    If red is passion, it's gonna be ENFJ
    Or, if NT's are choleric then that's also about being passionate so maybe red's ours.

    There are two kinds of black: classy/clean black and depression black. Like the difference between a crisp, new tux and the eyeliner round an emo kid's eyes. Maybe ENTJ is the first and ...who's the second?

    I like a nice midnight blue, personally. Or crimson.
    Somebody who seems very sincere about believing themselves to be psychic tells me I have a white aura, whatever that means. I'm not really into that kinda stuff. But she says I spong. *shrug*

    So like, maybe if auras can have different colours and the colours have meanings then maybe there's an aura colour that corresponds to the typical traits of each type?
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    Can INTJs have chartreuse?
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    NT: Red
    NF: Green
    SJ: Blue
    SP: Different shade of blue

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    SP: Royal blue/mahogany
    NT: Raw umber/eggshell
    NF: Raw umber/lime
    SJ: Royal blue/forest green

    There's nothing special to it. I simply identify the acronym's colors via my chromagraphemia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by htb View Post
    SP: Royal blue/mahogany
    NT: Raw umber/eggshell
    NF: Raw umber/lime
    SJ: Royal blue/forest green

    There's nothing special to it. I simply identify the acronym's colors via my chromagraphemia.
    N is burnt umber for you, too?
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    SP: Red
    SJ: Gold
    NT: Blue
    NF: Yellow
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    SP: Orange-red
    NT: Teal
    NF: Magenta
    SJ: Flax

    What do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    SP: Orange-red
    NT: Teal
    NF: Magenta
    SJ: Flax

    What do you think?
    Flax is a color?
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    I've always naturally associated the four temperaments with colours (just as I associate the personalities of the people I know with shades of colours). Each temperament gives me a different "feel" which is similar to the "feel" of a particular colour. The associations are made very subconsciously and not rationally at all. This how I see the temperaments with regards to colours:


    NT = Blue (Te - Dark/Navy Blue, Ti - Pale/Sky Blue)
    NF = Red (Fe - Pink, Fi - Crimson)
    SJ = Silver or Gray
    SP = Gold or Yellow or Orange

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