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    Question for Intuitors out there:

    Do Ns understand/see/pick up on each other's intuitive connections, as if you were all speaking a common language?

    Or do Ns have trouble seeing the intuitive connections of others, as if everyone's N speaks its individual (even if similar) language?

    Yes, I'm seriously wondering....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cimarron View Post
    Do Ns understand/see/pick up on each other's intuitive connections, as if you were all speaking a common language?
    In my team at work, I'd say the answer is mostly yes. It's particulaly true for my boss and I - we're mostly on the same wavelength and tend to talk in vague, fuzzy terms that we both get. NP-NP seem to get each other better than NP-NJ.
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    I'd say that most of the time I sort of get it. Every now and then it just clicks. I had a guy friend of mine, we would be speaking 100% metephorically, others would come up and give us weird looks saying we made no sense at all and walk away. Metaphorical debates are my favorite.

    Other times people will confuse me. I sometimes thought I was less intelligant if I didn't understand, now I simply state that I dont get it ask them to explain. Everyones mind works differently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    ...others would come up and give us weird looks saying we made no sense at all and walk away.
    Sounds like fun.
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    It's one of those things where you sort of need enough information about someone to pick up a particular algorithm of their mind and it's patterns. With some it's almost instantaneous, but even still, those that aren't as easy to figure out, the general vicinity of where their thoughts lead, and how they process things is attainable though not necessarily completely understandable. It's a lot quicker once you have it figured out. Simple conversations and interactions can reveal a surprising amount and it's effortless at times.
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    Yes, but still, I think that miscommunicating between NT en NF is still very much possible and idd NJ en NP will likely understand what the other is saying but potentially very much disagree on the others view.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cimarron View Post
    Question for Intuitors out there:

    Do Ns understand/see/pick up on each other's intuitive connections, as if you were all speaking a common language?
    I understand everyone, but Ns usually leave me less extraneous information to decipher/ignore, so it's easier.

    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Yes, but still, I think that miscommunicating between NT en NF is still very much possible and idd NJ en NP will likely understand what the other is saying but potentially very much disagree on the others view.
    True, and I'd say that it takes experience to learn to really understand someone not like yourself, though you may still disagree.

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    I generally find it easy to understand the reasoning behind N's, while I may not understand or approve of it. I seem to understand it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cimarron View Post
    Question for Intuitors out there:

    Do Ns understand/see/pick up on each other's intuitive connections, as if you were all speaking a common language?
    Yes, it's very much like that, at least for me. It's a certain look in the eyes, I think. Can't say what it is exactly, but it's a Judas goat, betrays the whole.

    Or do Ns have trouble seeing the intuitive connections of others, as if everyone's N speaks its individual (even if similar) language?

    Yes, I'm seriously wondering....
    No, it seems weirdly collective to me. Naturally, it takes different forms with different type expressions, but the fundamental ephemeral spaciness is there.
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