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  1. #41
    Protocol Droid Athenian200's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Athenian is a "he."
    I respectfully disagree. Please stop attacking me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post

    "Sensing" is just the best way to describe, within MBTI, the qualities that frustrate me most in people.

    (S) Dares to make real what the mind can only imagine (N)
    I wouldn't want one, without the other.
    This is what is wrong with MBTI.
    It's all-too-often used to stick needles in the eyes of others.

    What of a creative musician lacking in ball-busting business skill,
    who needs a bolder person to make their dream a reality?

    People are like tools in a box.
    Everyone has a job they are better at, than others.
    But all those tools have value.
    Even the ones you don't like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misty_Mountain_Rose View Post
    Around 27 I finally found the balance I'd been looking for, oddly enough aligning with when I began learning Kung Fu. Probably not a coincidence.

    ive heard this before (from an INTJ girl)...a release for stress/emotions/just an outlet thats empowering?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    I respectfully disagree. Please stop attacking me.

    I always thought you were a female, until people began correcting me.
    I guess I have to go back and correct them.

    I hardly call being confused about your gender,
    grounds for accusing me of "attacking" you.

    That's ridiculous.

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    Looks like we can't have a party

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    I make the generalized statement of PARTY

    Someone, please, share my hyperactive state of enthusiasm or I will surely burn out, explode, and ultimately die!

    (No, I am not dead after the initial explosion)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    (S) Dares to make real what the mind can only imagine (N)
    I wouldn't want one, without the other.
    This is what is wrong with MBTI.
    It's all-too-often used to stick needles in the eyes of others.

    What of a creative musician lacking in ball-busting business skill,
    who needs a bolder person to make their dream a reality?

    People are like tools in a box.
    Everyone has a job they are better at, than others.
    But all those tools have value.
    Even the ones you don't like.
    S is a perceiving function just like N. I'm not trying to be flip but wouldn't it be the judging function that makes what is perceived real.

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    I've generally had the same type all of my life, the functions just became much more pronounced as I have grown older.
    If you were to shoot a mime, would you use a silencer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank View Post
    S is a perceiving function just like N. I'm not trying to be flip but wouldn't it be the judging function that makes what is perceived real.
    Right.

    The perceiving function is responsible for the type of information one receives as the judging function implements them. I'll expand more on this later for everyone, but one reason why I chose the STP model was due to their skill in immediately grasping (Se) and responding (Ti) to what is seen right before them with the least likelihood of tampering the data. Si would compare the present to the past, Ni would see how it fits into the overall systematic view and Ne would use it to lead to separate ideas. To achieve the best results, the perception needs to be accurate. This is where my Ni requires Se's assistance for their realistic backbone, the acute awareness of the "now".
    "I cannot expect even my own art to provide all of the answers -- only to hope it keeps asking the right questions." -- Grace Hartigan

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    Looking into the eyes of a [Ni user] is like peeking through a portal into a parallel universe.

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    I am not going to identify too much with my type. because then there is really no room for personal development. Being chauvinistic about one's type serve nothing about than giving yourself an ego boost in the internet world. Knowing what type you are makes no difference in the real world. I still very much prefer to be typeless.

    I would very much prefer using my own power to suceed in the real world. This would be much more tangible than saying "my type has this kind of power" in the internet. We all know the MBTI means nothing to a majority of thre population in the real world.
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

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