So I was talking to my INTJ friend this weekend about our heads, our thoughts, how our brains work differently and I came up with a really good analogy to try and help people to better understand my ENFP brain (atleast I think it's a good analogy).
My friend explained to me that for him, every thought every action, every event has a specific relation to something else. His world is relatively logical and sequential. Event A happend to me today and I felt B. Then event C happend and I felt D. For him, A will only ever relate to B, and C will only ever be related to D. In his world everything is grounded, its weighted down: A will never relate to D.
In my world, it's as if I'm in space and there is no gravity. There is no weight to anything. So if Event A made me feel B and event C made me feel D, D and B are now just emotions floating around that seep into anything and everything they can get their hands on. They might mix with other events or combine together with other emotions. I find it really hard to be able to seperate and put into context where everything else originated from. All I am left with at the end of an intense day is a muggy view of a world filled with drifting bits of feelings and moods that attach themselves to everything else in my head.
This world is amazing when filled with lush happy feelings, because my mood is elevated exponentially: everything is intertwined so it seems like my experiences are further heightened.
Don't know how any other ENFP's or NF people relate to this but this was the best description that I could come up with.