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    Certified Sausage Smoker Elfboy's Avatar
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    Default If each of your functions had enneagram types

    got this idea while chatting with @Lady X in that thread about Fi users and if they experience emotions in their chests

    if all four of your cognitive functions had enneagram types, what would they be. note, I'm talking about your functions as you use them rather than the functions themselves in general (ie, your Ne vs the general description of Ne)
    for me
    Ne: 7w6 Sp/Sx (curious, playful, silly, but more calm, introspective and acquisition oriented than most other people's Ne I see)
    Fi: 1w9 Sx/Sp (calm, sensual and somewhat feminine most of the time, but with a strong current of anger, conviction and indignation)
    Te: 8w7 Sp/Sx (if I was to say Ne Te is the willfull, sometimes belligerent teenager who complains frequently about not being able to run the show/be the head of the house. get's pushy, confrontational and bossy when not allowed space)
    Si: 1w9 Sp/So (generally minds it's own business, practical, grounded calm, but can be ungodly stubborn and judgmental when irritated)
    ENFP: We put the Fi in Fire
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    Ti - 5w6 (logic and reason
    Ne - 7w8 (adventure and diversity)

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    I'm going with something different.

    Ne -tentacles

    Fi -white heat

    Te -Propeller

    Si -cobwebbing
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    Ni: 4w1 so/sx
    Te: 5w6 sp/so
    Fi: 6w1 sp/sx
    Se: 7w8 so/sp

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    Quote Originally Posted by HelenOfTroy View Post
    I'm going with something different.

    Ne -tentacles

    Fi -white heat

    Te -Propeller

    Si -cobwebbing
    Gonna follow this style up with something of my own:

    Ti: Lazy, but Smart

    Ne: My Best Friend

    Si: Nit-picky

    Fe: Well-Meaning Retard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ism View Post
    Fe: Well-Meaning Retard
    I've exhausted hundreds of different ways to understand Fe, that was the best one yet.

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    i can kinda see my first 3 being like my tritype
    fi: 4w5
    ne: 7w6
    si: 9wsomething
    and then te is a pretty 8 function all around. i don't know what else it could be. maybe 1 or 3?

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    Fi: 4w5 sxsp
    Ne: 6w7 sosp
    Si: 9w1 spso
    Te: 8w9 sxso

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    Quote Originally Posted by Within View Post
    I've exhausted hundreds of different ways to understand Fe, that was the best one yet.

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