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    I scored a 36, which is exactly in the middle.
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    54. Closer to "thin" boundary rather than thick one.
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    47 closer to thin boundary.
    Thought I'd score much lower.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Punderstorm View Post
    47 closer to thin boundary.
    Thought I'd score much lower.
    There may be a connection between some intuitive types and thinner boundaries, but I don't know for sure. I think ENTJs will have thicker boundaries. Introverts have thinner boundaries. It depends on the type.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    There may be a connection between some intuitive types and thinner boundaries, but I don't know for sure. I think ENTJs will have thicker boundaries. Introverts have thinner boundaries. It depends on the type.
    I think thinner boundaries is actually correlated with feeling strongly and has a weaker one with intuition. It'd make much more sense for feelers to have thinned boudraries because feeling is all about connection.
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    45 is an ok score. I thought I'd be thinner to be honest.

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    kinda confused by the "forces no one can understand"... I'm probably one of the people who don't understand I guess. xD

    got 52.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Punderstorm View Post
    I think thinner boundaries is actually correlated with feeling strongly and has a weaker one with intuition. It'd make much more sense for feelers to have thinned boudraries because feeling is all about connection.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boundaries_of_the_mind
    Adherence to new age beliefs and practices, such as yoga, reiki, divination, and astrology, is positively correlated with thin boundaries as well as with measures of schizotypy and magical thinking.[5] New age beliefs and thin boundaries may be related through such shared factors as a sense of "connectedness", holism and emotional sensitivity, as well as a thinking style defined by looseness of association. That is, new age beliefs and practices encourage the development of emotional sensitivity and a sense of "holistic self-awareness" associated with magical thinking and the belief that "everything is connected."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boundaries_of_the_mind
    Adherence to new age beliefs and practices, such as yoga, reiki, divination, and astrology, is positively correlated with thin boundaries as well as with measures of schizotypy and magical thinking.[5] New age beliefs and thin boundaries may be related through such shared factors as a sense of "connectedness", holism and emotional sensitivity, as well as a thinking style defined by looseness of association. That is, new age beliefs and practices encourage the development of emotional sensitivity and a sense of "holistic self-awareness" associated with magical thinking and the belief that "everything is connected."
    Thanks for sharing. Now I understand even better why people who have those qualities : sensitivity, vulnerability, creativity, and artistic ability tend to "merge or lose themselves" (or feel they do) in their relations. Which can consequently create the opposite effect : not wanting to merge and get to close emotionally and sometimes....avoiding commitment
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