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    ...freaking awesome.

    Your turn.

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    Si isn't what it used to be.

    Si is stable and consistent.

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    I have a serious question about Si, and I was just trying to search for the answer on here, to no avail. Can I ask it here?

    Are Si dom/aux users cognizant of their surroundings like Se users? Or do they appear like N's? If so, are Si users test more likely to test as 'N's' than their Se counterparts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aphrodite-gone-awry View Post
    I have a serious question about Si, and I was just trying to search for the answer on here, to no avail. Can I ask it here?

    Are Si dom/aux users cognizant of their surroundings like Se users? Or do they appear like N's? If so, are Si users test more likely to test as 'N's' than their Se counterparts?
    Can't speak for all SJs, but I personally am pretty aware of my surroundings, knowing what's around me, and noticing details, spatial perception, and such - not sure if I'm AS aware as the SPs though.

    As for testing as "N's", I think if anything the SPs are more likely to test as N's, simply because of some apparent overlaps in the qualities of P's... multitasking, being innovative/creative, curiosity, etc.

    Ok, now back to the game.

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    Comforting.

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    Classic.
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    How can your senses be introverted? That strikes me as a contradiction. Aren't senses directed toward the outside world? What is introverted smelling? How about introverted touch? I don't get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nebbykoo View Post
    How about introverted touch?

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