I've recently discovered that I can't picture it. No matter how I look at things, it seems as if desire or morality is always somewhere in relation to the picture. As a result, I've found myself unable to relate to NTs, because I can't seem to conceive of ideas that don't involve a personal element in most arenas, while this constant conception of impersonal ideas is their main experience of reality.
The closest thing to the NT mindset that I can currently comprehend would be looking at things in terms of higher mathematics, engineering, computer programming, chemistry, astronomy, economics, or military strategy. I can't seem to look at any other kinds of abstractions without non-negligible amounts of F getting involved.
Obviously, NTs think about more than those seven things on a regular basis, but I'm incapable of venturing outside those kinds of fields without beginning to perceive things in an F fashion. In other words, I find it difficult to imagine what it's like to perceive and respond to an abstraction I see as having a personal element, as if it involved no personal elements.
So, my question is this... can you express or convey the experience of seeing and appreciating something like politics, religion, art, psychology, personal growth, mythology, or fantasy in an impersonal fashion? I can't seem to imagine it, it seems a little beyond me at this point.