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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    It#s been ten years since I have released myself onto the world. I have lived most of the time in my and my girlfriends world. I wanted to stay there and never leave... since I was kicked out, I am back in the game now. With growing loneliness, my power comes back, a lot of it. I have lost 35 lbs in 4 weeks cause I have so much momentum; I sleep 3 hours at night and that for a month aswell.

    At the beginning it was just pain numbing confusion, combined with rage and agony but now the mind takes back control and I become focussed again, without loosing the rage and agony.

    My circle of friends has in the last four weeks expanded by a good 30 people, I am provoking attention and people start flocking to my banner. I have had 4 dates in that time all successful but I am far from ready to be with a woman. I had sex with two of that dates and wasnt able to cum cause I am completly blocked. All chakras are closed.

    There is this persitant rage and driving force, I can slap myself against the wall. Its not bad so far, on the contrary its all good, but I am afraid of what comes next
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    if it was just that easy
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    Take on some productive projects. Put the energy into something constructive. ENTP's innovations can be mind blowing when they put themselves into it.
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    If it is not somehow integrated into the T's rational systems and instead become pure subjectivity, then yeah, that's kinda scary shit. It is also incredibly important for T's to not dismiss the possibility that there is a way to apply reason to subjective systems that is different from what they used to applying in formal logic systems. The subjective, personal, emotional realm is not a free-floating free-for-all with no rules. It is a system constructed of cause-and-effect and to which reason can be applied. If you are not accustomed to doing this, then respect the Feelers who are and be willing to learn from them in this instance.
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    All thinkers feel emotions, the word "Feeling" in the Jungian sense does not even mean emotions. Thinkers are just emotional about different things and in different ways than people who give ethics and relationships predominance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    It#s been ten years since I have released myself onto the world. I have lived most of the time in my and my girlfriends world. I wanted to stay there and never leave... since I was kicked out, I am back in the game now. With growing loneliness, my power comes back, a lot of it. I have lost 35 lbs in 4 weeks cause I have so much momentum; I sleep 3 hours at night and that for a month aswell.

    At the beginning it was just pain numbing confusion, combined with rage and agony but now the mind takes back control and I become focussed again, without loosing the rage and agony.

    My circle of friends has in the last four weeks expanded by a good 30 people, I am provoking attention and people start flocking to my banner. I have had 4 dates in that time all successful but I am far from ready to be with a woman. I had sex with two of that dates and wasnt able to cum cause I am completly blocked. All chakras are closed.

    There is this persitant rage and driving force, I can slap myself against the wall. Its not bad so far, on the contrary its all good, but I am afraid of what comes next
    That really sucks. Breakups are emotionally intense for everyone regardless of type. Time will heal it. I don't know what comes immediately next, but healing definitely comes eventually.
    Step into my metaphysical room of mirrors.
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    So I guess it means there is trouble until the robins come
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    The most dangerous predator on Earth has no claws, poison, camouflage, or big teeth, and is rather slow. But the most dangerous predator has one fatal advantage: inter-subjectivity.

    The most dangerous predators can share their minds, so they become of one mind. No other animal can do this, and this makes all the other animals, prey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fia View Post
    If it is not somehow integrated into the T's rational systems and instead become pure subjectivity, then yeah, that's kinda scary shit. It is also incredibly important for T's to not dismiss the possibility that there is a way to apply reason to subjective systems that is different from what they used to applying in formal logic systems. The subjective, personal, emotional realm is not a free-floating free-for-all with no rules. It is a system constructed of cause-and-effect and to which reason can be applied. If you are not accustomed to doing this, then respect the Feelers who are and be willing to learn from them in this instance.
    It certainly feels like one most of the time. Learning those rules is like memorizing a list of the U.S. presidents by rote. How the causes lead to the effects is often a mystery.
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