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    @.~*virinaĉo*~.@ Totenkindly's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by poki View Post
    Yeah Ti let out in the open scares people Puts them on guard.
    Well, i think any judging function just dumped like a hand grenade into a crowded room is going to ... judge.... which scares and offends people. It usually needs tempered by something.

    I am actually working on Se, it causes me to be wrong alot more because of responding quickly instead of analyzing as much. It takes different areas of confidence to reach a dominant Se.
    Basically you are starting over. You would have no experience with responding t pure raw input not analyzed by your primary. It will take time to develop confidence and competence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Well, i think any judging function just dumped like a hand grenade into a crowded room is going to ... judge.... which scares and offends people. It usually needs tempered by something.



    Basically you are starting over. You would have no experience with responding t pure raw input not analyzed by your primary. It will take time to develop confidence and competence.
    You also have to shift your validation as well, if you try to validate in the same way you will just fail everytime with your new function, killing your confidence. Its like a whole shift of your personality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by proteanmix View Post
    Am I supposed to be insulted by that comment?

    If I am, then what of it? It's a meaningless statement.
    If you can imagine I was "following" a member from thread to thread, I can only wonder what else you imagine.

    Here: I'm sure you can even imagine something horrible about that emoticon.
    Or worse yet, accuse me of trolling you with a hug. Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poki View Post
    You also have to shift your validation as well, if you try to validate in the same way you will just fail everytime with your new function, killing your confidence. Its like a whole shift of your personality.
    Hmm. Yes, I've experienced that exploring Fi. I'm usually torn apart inside, not just by the struggle but because my core self keeps gutting what I'm trying to accomplish.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    If you can imagine I was "following" a member from thread to thread, I can only wonder what else you imagine.

    Here: I'm sure you can even imagine something horrible about that emoticon.
    Or worse yet, accuse me of trolling you with a hug. Lol.
    It's fun to watch you do what you're claiming not to do by claiming that you are doing it purposefully.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Hmm. Yes, I've experienced that exploring Fi. I'm usually torn apart inside, not just by the struggle but because my core self keeps gutting what I'm trying to accomplish.
    Lol, yeah, thought that as I wrote my last post, how I was analyze what I am trying to do.

    I was sitting in the car the other day and my 5 year old couldnt figure out why he couldnt stop thinking about something even if he tried. I told him if he focuses on not thinking about it he will keep falling back into the thought to see if he is successful. Following that statement my wife completely changed the subject and kept questioning and talking to him trying to redirect him without him knowing what she was doing. Sometimes it takes a second person to keep you out of that mindest and redirect you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    If you can imagine I was "following" a member from thread to thread, I can only wonder what else you imagine.
    Evidently it was a group hallucination. If several people "imagine" the same thing, I'd call it reality.

    Here: I'm sure you can even imagine something horrible about that emoticon.
    Or worse yet, accuse me of trolling you with a hug. Lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by proteanmix View Post
    Evidently it was a group hallucination. If several people "imagine" the same thing, I'd call it reality.



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    Gotta love interventions, I mean group hallucinations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Protean just has an uncanny sense of how the games get played.
    (And that is not said in a negative way. I'm jealous.)
    You and me both! She can see a BS train coming a mile before it crashes into a school bus. It's pretty amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by proteanmix View Post
    If several people "imagine" the same thing, I'd call it reality.
    Or religious perspective.

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