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    Default How I experience Te + Ni ...mainly Ni. Especially towards Sensors

    -i'm 5 steps ahead of most
    -i'll call your bluff everytime
    -i see right through you
    -i know whats going to happen before you do.
    -i know when you're lying, hiding something, trying to be something youre not
    -i know ppls insecurities and what makes them tick
    -easily follow another's thought process. i know what ppl are thinking and what their motivations are.


    i find the sensors and NF's especially easy to "see through".

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakuraba View Post
    -i'm 5 steps ahead of most
    -i'll call your bluff everytime
    -i see right through you
    -i know whats going to happen before you do.
    -i know when you're lying, hiding something, trying to be something youre not
    -i know ppls insecurities and what makes them tick
    -easily follow another's thought process. i know what ppl are thinking and what their motivations are.


    i find the sensors and NF's especially easy to "see through".

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    Most of that is Ni... Te probably helps though. Of course sometimes, if I'm irritated, I don't think that way at all. Ironically enough, that's when it would be most helpful.

    Yes, sensors are a little more predictable, but they can still be insightful. I don't think NF's are that predictable though. I think I'm complex.

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    NFJ have similar "visions" at NTJ.

    The difference being dominant Te will make our vision a bit more realistic, and at the same time pessimistic.

    NFJ vision will be more optimistic at first, but when they realize how unrealistic it was, they will become dissapointed.

    Not saying NF's are predictable. Definately easier to read than NT's though. NT will stone wall emotions. You might think an NT is mad or upset when really theyre just thinking about something really hard. NF tend to wear their emotions on their sleeves. You know when something is wrong. You know when they're hiding something. And their need to be "authentic" makes it hard for them to hold up a facade for too long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by athenian200 View Post
    Most of that is Ni... Te probably helps though.
    NFJ will use their Ni to see what others need/want.

    The ENFJ I know is especially good at detecting what other people like. Often times Ive heard her say "so and so likes ________". They are people-pleasing.

    NTJ use their intion of figuring things out very differently. More likely to use it for utilitarian reasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakuraba View Post
    NFJ will use their Ni to see what others need/want.

    The ENFJ I know is especially good at detecting what other people like. Often times Ive heard her say "so and so likes ________". They are people-pleasing.

    NTJ use their intion of figuring things out very differently. More likely to use it for utilitarian reasons.
    Actually, I use it for both purposes. Perhaps that's because I have dominant Ni, and yours and the ENFJ's support Te/Fe respectively? I don't always know what another person wants, although I'm good at detecting it. I'm not good at hiding emotions in person, but I can do so online to some extent if I need to.

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    NT by nature are utilitarian.

    NF by nature are cooperative.

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    :rolli: If only I hadn't wated my negative energy on another thread. This'll teach me to not hold a reserve of hostility at all times.

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    -i have more energy than dominant introverted thinkers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakuraba View Post
    -i'm 5 steps ahead of most
    -i'll call your bluff everytime
    -i see right through you
    -i know whats going to happen before you do.
    -i know when you're lying, hiding something, trying to be something youre not
    -i know ppls insecurities and what makes them tick
    -easily follow another's thought process. i know what ppl are thinking and what their motivations are.


    i find the sensors and NF's especially easy to "see through".

    add on, debate, whatever.


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    Your thought process sounds somewhat simplicistic for someone that claims to possess such powers. In any case I wouldn't be so fast to ascribe those abilities to Ni since I've known people capable of such that didn't have the mighty function.

    By the way, I don't think I'm more pessimistic than most NFs I know, except for INFPs.

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