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  1. #21
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    Interesting thread idea, elfboy.

    I've been thinking about something like this a lot lately.

    I'm just gunna do a quick one, but may come back later after more thought:

    Ni: 6w5
    Te: 6w5 or 5w6 (when combined with Ni [NiTe]); 8w7 (when combined with Se [TeSe])
    Fi: 8w9 or 9w8 (hence, double wing on my 8-fix); 3w4 (the 4-wing on this is strong, such that I have considered a 4w3 fix)
    Se: 8w7 (dominate [TeSe]), 7w8 (pleasure! [FiSe]), and 3w4 (succeed [TeSe, FiSe])

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    1s make sense in theory. 1s (along with the other types of the gut triad) have been described as very "sp", with the tendency to conservatively spend and live with shrewdness. @Patches, how well does e1 resonate with you?

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    From strongest to weakest:

    Ni: 1w9 so/sp
    Te: 8w9 sp/so
    Fi: 4w5 sx/sp
    Si: 5w6 sp/so
    Ti: 5w4 sp/sx
    Ne: 3w4 so/sx
    Se: 4w3 sp/so
    Fe: 1w2 sx/so

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    Ti 5w6 sp heavy
    Ne cp6w7 so/sx
    Si p6w5 sp/so
    Fe 2w1 sx/so

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    I feel like my Fi is 9w1 and my Te is 3w4. They're weird inversions of each other and but work really well if forced into tandem past the initial resistance. Unsure about the perceiving functions. I'll have to think about it some more.

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    Te - 3w4: So/Sp

    Ni - 1w9: Sx/So

    Se - 7w8: Sx/Sp

    Fi - 4w5: Sp/Sx

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    If we assume my type is ISFJ, I think it's like this:

    Si - 6w5 Sp/S*
    Fe - 9w1 Sp/Sx
    Ti - 5w6 Sp/Sx
    Ne - 6w7 (So/Sp?)

    If we assume INFP, on the other hand...

    Fi - 6w5 Sp/Sx
    Ne - 6w7 Sp/Sx
    Si - 5w6 Sp/Sx
    Te - 1w9 Sx/Sp?

    I think that's about right...
    Tentative typing: ISFJ 6w5 or 9w1 (Sp/S[?]).

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    Fi - 4w5 sp
    Ne - 7w6 sp
    Si - 5w6 sp
    Te - 8w7 sp

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    Quote Originally Posted by senza_tema View Post
    I feel like my Fi is 9w1 and my Te is 3w4. They're weird inversions of each other and but work really well if forced into tandem past the initial resistance. Unsure about the perceiving functions. I'll have to think about it some more.
    Well, 3 is the integration point of 9. Makes sense in terms of personal development.

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    Fi - 4w5 so/sp
    Ne - 7w6 so/sp
    Si - 9w1 sp/sx
    Te - 1w9 sp/sx
    4w5 so/sp - 5w4 sx/so - 9w1 sp/sx
    Fi>Ne>Ni>Si>Ti >Fe>Te>Se
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