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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    happy did you take the cognitive function test? i'm curious what your se was like.

    ETA: here's a thread where enfps listed their results
    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...t-results.html
    extraverted Sensing (Se) (23.7)
    limited use
    introverted Sensing (Si) (-2)
    unused
    extraverted Intuiting (Ne) (53.5)
    excellent use
    introverted Intuiting (Ni) (39.3)
    excellent use
    extraverted Thinking (Te) (13.5)
    unused
    introverted Thinking (Ti) (31.2)
    good use
    extraverted Feeling (Fe) (39.8)
    excellent use
    introverted Feeling (Fi) (41)
    excellent use



    Honestly my Se really, really sucks. I actually have a visual disorder called visual snow that blocks about 30% of my vision with little sparkles. It is heriditary in my family. I didnt even know it was not normal till last year when I was also seeing trailers and I tried to talk to the dr about the "pixelation" in my vision. It turns out your bain is introducing a lot of "noise" into the visual signals. It is normal in all fetal vertebrates to aid in retinal development, but should go away after birth.

    However having said that I can read exceptionally fast and have super powered Ne, but I miss a lot of visual stuff most folks see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happy puppy View Post
    I actually have a visual disorder called visual snow that blocks about 30% of my vision with little sparkles.
    I have corneal transplants in both eyes, there's no way what I see is what's really there. Night time lights are most interesting: where there's a point of light I see the point plus flares, like if you took a still picture of a sparkler when its nearly finished burning. (Actually, as a result, sparklers themselves are double the fun.) But, I'm still out there looking at stuff.

    Now, as for you ENFPs... just by function theory, if you're doing Se for an extended period of time, then something's going wrong. To privilege Se you have to stop attending to every other function!.

    So-o-o-... how would you tell the difference between Se and Ne? Especially if say, that Ne has an aspirational Si, um, aspirating.

    I know a little of Se, and I read something of Ne. It seems Ne is about the meaning of the thing in front of you, and Se... well, Se's a hell of a lot more literal. Se's about the physical thing in front of you, and that's all. Si, as far as I know, is about the form of that thing in front of you as distilled from past experience of similar things in front of you.

    Is this true: Se is in the moment, while Si is comparing the moment to past moments?


    I suggest you all discuss sex now.

    Purely for research purposes. Is it about Si or Se for ENFPs?

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    se and ne and fi i think.
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    Whut, no anecdotes!?

    To truly find out if it's Si or Se, we'll need details.

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    Is it something you do to hide or supress being emotionally overwhelmed, as an escape mechanism, or just for the pure sensual joy?
    Yeah, definitely. Occasionally I use it as an escape, but it's unfortunate cause I cannot maintain Se and will revert back to my usual ways after the fact. Getting slammed with reality is never fun.

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    ENFPs you say?

    Just give some stress, alcohol and dance floor/table to ENFP girl and you will be pleasantly suprised with the outcome.

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    Just give some stress, alcohol and dance floor/table to ENFP girl and you will be pleasantly suprised with the outcome.
    Sooo true... hahaha. Completely out of control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    ENFPs you say?

    Just give some stress, alcohol and dance floor/table to ENFP girl and you will be pleasantly suprised with the outcome.
    what do you know?
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    "Losing yourself in Se" - is that euphemism for "whorish behavior"?
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    I guess stress. I am very stressed atm.

    Right now I'm chaotic and as defined by people around me "Different traits".
    A person is usually all traits a the same time with some overlapping the others. Such as being greedy but still know satisfaction. You(me) on the other hand only knows Greed, or lust, or... whatever else.
    Very focused but you forget everything else and even yourself in the moment. And you show no remorse or empathy for anyone.
    Open for interpretation.
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