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    Hiding in the semantics.

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    I'd have thought they would rather study ESxPs because they use Se most effectively and is their greatest strength, whereas in INFJs it is inferior and thus a weak point which they might want to become more proficient with. Se-doms operate in the moment (more often than not), and I think that is something some INFJs might have difficulty with, so I can see the fascination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Istbkleta View Post
    Hiding in the semantics.
    Did you ever say where you got this idea in the first place?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Istbkleta View Post
    Hiding in the semantics.
    i think it just isn't clear what you mean:
    - are you referring to the act of observing, learning from and examining?


    - are you refering to study as some sort of metaphor for mental bonding?


    - are you referring to the old MBTI-mythological coupling system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Istbkleta View Post
    ... to be in "the moment" through Ne?
    studying an Ne dom to become more in the moment?
    ...any INFJ trying to do this needs to seriously reexamine cognitive functions
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poimandres View Post
    I guess it depends on this question: Is Se or Ne more "Random"?
    Of course, Se can be random; just as people also misunderstand Ni when they fail to see its focused, laserlike and symbolic nature, thinking of it as more of an amorphous, creative brainstorming apparatus like Ne. Even people who use it don't get it. I think Ni in many ways shares more with Si than Ne. It's easy to assume the same would be true for Ne and Se.
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    i like to interact with them.

    i rarely feel like i learn faster or more profoundly than when interacting with Ne doms. i probably work most naturally, however, with intps (fellow e5s). i really enjoy spending time with all np types.

    i observe all types, so that i can contextualize the conditions for communication that are likely to influence our interaction. in both directions. i also try to learn these to help me observe myself from new perspectives.

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