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    Quote Originally Posted by Susah View Post
    I think of it as having an abstract mindset and seeing beyond what is in front of you, so to speak.
    One may claim to prefer seeing beyond what is in front of them, but it doesn't mean they're correct in what they 'see'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Susah View Post
    The way I think of it it is actually defined in a rather N way :S which is probably what causes the 'problem' in the first place :P I think of it as having an abstract mindset and seeing beyond what is in front of you, so to speak.
    Would you mind providing some examples? So maybe two people are having a conversation about something serious, like maybe a break up. How would you imagine the "deep" person would approach the concept vs the person who isn't "deep"?

    Or, perhaps you have another example than that to illustrate what you're getting at better...
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    Quote Originally Posted by A_priori View Post
    Sure I'm open to new ideas! I'm not really sure how your response is indicative of my question but hey it's all good. On a serious note though, do you ever think that people might be far more complex to be classified as either sensing or intuitive?
    No I just figured it didn't matter what I posted because you weren't really responding to what I actually said.

    I never said anything about intuitive a being deep at all but lots of posts sort of replying to that.

    I said a deeper connection is felt when people feel understood.
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    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
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    Haha happens to me all the time too

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