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    Quote Originally Posted by blahblahbob View Post
    I technically have intuition. I'm really good at analyzing metaphor and symbols - but people intuition I completely lack.
    When you say people intuition, do you mean emotional intelligence?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iHeartCats View Post
    I feel deprived for this. I have absolutely no intuition, and I don't even understand what intuition is supposed to be.

    I feel limited and constrained. It's so limiting to be able to experience the world through only five physical senses.

    I feel like a small, primitive animal.
    I don't know what to do.
    Go ask Fred. He can help you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iHeartCats View Post
    I won't, because I don't jaywalk. I'm not criminal like that.
    except that busses can run intersections or go off the road. The fact you don't jaywalk only lessens the risk of you getting hit by a bus not completely eliminates it.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by iHeartCats View Post
    I feel deprived for this. I have absolutely no intuition, and I don't even understand what intuition is supposed to be.

    I feel limited and constrained. It's so limiting to be able to experience the world through only five physical senses.

    I feel like a small, primitive animal.
    I don't know what to do.
    In socionics, sensors are valued a lot more than they commonly are in the Myers-Briggs culture in the USA. Pet peeve of mine. Sensors are viewed as necessary duals who have a great skill that the world needs, rather than being viewed as primitive animals. I thought I was a primitive animal too while I was still reading all the anti-sensor biased American writings. Socionics fixed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oaky View Post













    So what does you intuition say?
    Good afternoon,
    stand above i?? lelel
    down aid? :v
    split personality

    As a Ne-inferior, do I get oppression points?
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    I feel deprived 'cause I have no sensing, we can switch our life's curses

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    Quote Originally Posted by Retsu View Post
    Good afternoon,
    stand above i?? lelel
    down aid? :v
    split personality
    I think the first time I did this mine was

    not good
    stand up
    help yourself before others
    no personality

    0%
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    Intuition is not a special thing, it's the process aspect of everything.

    And not everybody is thinking about it but having only a few concepts that are attempts to understand process (the intuitive realm) does not make you or your experience of life un-intuitive.

    If you are an ST type, you think about static aspects of reality, and you feel about intuition.

    So you find your access to intuition through feeling. You are like an unsharp version of an NF type. You have little ability to stay focused on the NF mind inside of you. But it's always happening.

    If you have made a feeling judgement, ask yourself Why? The most immediate answer you can come up with, is probably intuitive.

    That is to say it's a knowledge of a process that is happening either inside of you or in the situation you are in. Something is becoming, arising, transforming. This process IS intuition. You have no concept for it, but you are feeling it.

    Intuition can be extremely mundane, if you live a mundane life.

    It can become profound and deep, if you experience profound and deep events or if you experience altered states of mind, wherein you reflect upon the totality of something, like your identity.

    The rare altered state of mind is not inherently intuitive, it includes all qualities of consciousness, static qualia (S), choice (T), sympathetic value (F), change (N).

    The ability to provoke altered states of mind is not a typical feature of intuitive types.

    To be somebody who feels about intuition does not mean, that one can not develop conceptual understanding of the realm of process. Because you can still think about feeling and this way all intuition will be included.
    This is how NF types understand psychology in the first place. Psychology is partially about understanding judgement, but at least half of it is about conceptualizing the processes of psyche.
    This is the the mind wrapping itself around process, around intuition.

    Everybody does this to a small degree, they just don't know that they are doing it.

    If your life is mundane, it's not really a problem of lacking intuition.

    Perhaps it's a result of not listening to it though. That's just one of those phrases that confuse people. How does one listen to intuition, eh? Nonsense.

    You know that change is possible. This is your intuition. It's nothing special. But if you avoid change, your life can become dull.

    This happens for intuitive types as well. It's because of judgement.

    Fear (F) or greed (T) can arrest you.

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    Lol...you're probably an S dom, not a small primitive animal. Sensing as a function isn't primitive, or at least not more primitive than intuition, I mean how do animals function or communicate anyway?

    I have no Ti. I think people who enjoy abstract maths and the people who originally designed bridges (not the people who copy them now) are baffling beings. The ones who I don't despise I see as having these really amazing abilities. I would never be able to look at two cliffs and design something like the Golden Gate Bridge, I mean what the hell, who thinks of that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nanook View Post
    Intuition is not a special thing, it's the process aspect of everything.

    And not everybody is thinking about it but having only a few concepts that are attempts to understand process (the intuitive realm) does not make you or your experience of life un-intuitive.

    If you are an ST type, you think about static aspects of reality, and you feel about intuition.

    So you find your access to intuition through feeling. You are like an unsharp version of an NF type. You have little ability to stay focused on the NF mind inside of you. But it's always happening.

    If you have made a feeling judgement, ask yourself Why? The most immediate answer you can come up with, is probably intuitive.

    That is to say it's a knowledge of a process that is happening either inside of you or in the situation you are in. Something is becoming, arising, transforming. This process IS intuition. You have no concept for it, but you are feeling it.

    Intuition can be extremely mundane, if you live a mundane life.

    It can become profound and deep, if you experience profound and deep events or if you experience altered states of mind, wherein you reflect upon the totality of something, like your identity.

    The rare altered state of mind is not inherently intuitive, it includes all qualities of consciousness, static qualia (S), choice (T), sympathetic value (F), change (N).

    The ability to provoke altered states of mind is not a typical feature of intuitive types.

    To be somebody who feels about intuition does not mean, that one can not develop conceptual understanding of the realm of process. Because you can still think about feeling and this way all intuition will be included.
    This is how NF types understand psychology in the first place. Psychology is partially about understanding judgement, but at least half of it is about conceptualizing the processes of psyche.
    This is the the mind wrapping itself around process, around intuition.

    Everybody does this to a small degree, they just don't know that they are doing it.

    If your life is mundane, it's not really a problem of lacking intuition.

    Perhaps it's a result of not listening to it though. That's just one of those phrases that confuse people. How does one listen to intuition, eh? Nonsense.

    You know that change is possible. This is your intuition. It's nothing special. But if you avoid change, your life can become dull.

    This happens for intuitive types as well. It's because of judgement.

    Fear (F) or greed (T) can arrest you.
    Yes, no one ever talks about those stupid intuitive individuals. The people who can't function in the real world (often NF) OR who can function but are baffled and depressed socially to the point of handicap (often NT). There's always that ENFP hippie in a group of hippies who has zero common sense who mooches off others who passes for ESFP at parties, but fails at everything else. Or the intuitive out of his element, like INFP Christopher McCandless, not stupid, but basically unprepared for the wilderness and dying for his idealism. ST park rangers every where despise the way he's revered in popular culture as a hero, as he willfully died WITHOUT A MAP IN THE ALASKAN FUCKING WILDERNESS walking distance of a national park. Or how about the Grizzly Man, that dude who lived with bears in Alaska, taught children about them, but got himself and a gf eaten by them. ENF, no doubt.

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