I love that word so much, thumbs up to the guy that coined it!
What I'm thinking is that my ISTJ friend Dave is a bit of an intuitard. He can never estimate or guess anything, he always needs instructions for everything he does from opening a can of beans to using a different brand of coffee, to taking a train to any destination or buying a vacuum cleaner... you get the idea.
Dave and I have talked about it and he's good humoured about it, he laughs and admits he's an intuitard. I've also admitted to being a Sensotard, so we agreed to think of ways to give each other handy hints for improving our inferior functions, his and mine being Ne and Si respectively.
I came up with this idea of using my kettle to teach Dave to use his intuition. My kettle is opaque, whilst most in the UK have a little transparent guage for you to see how much water is in there. We don't like to use too much water because it wastes energy and makes you have to wait longer for your tea, and tea is important to Brits, especially Dave. For years he's refused to make tea in my apartment because he's scared of my opaque kettle and not putting the right amount of water in it.
But last night I made him lose is intuition virginity. I taught him to begin by taking a few cups of average teacup size and fill them with water from the tap/faucet. I encouraged him to close his eyes and get a feel for the sound of the faucet, of the water stream, the weight of the cup in his hand, the movements of his hands and wrists as he turned on the faucet and turned it off again, running it for just the right amount of time to fill a cup until he could do it with his eyes closed.
Then I got him to hold the kettle under the tap and fill it with two cupfuls-worth of water, plus a little bit more to account for evapouration, and after a few abortive attempts, he got it right. His face lit up as he poured the water out into the teacups and found just the right amount, and he beamed as I applauded his first ever active use of intuition.
I thought I'd share this with you, in the hope that other intuitards might find it useful. And also in the hope that they might provide some means whereby we Sensotards can move in the other direction.