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    hmmm... I'm a klutz with no fashion sense when it comes to dressing (and I HATE shopping for clothing and shoes!) but I generally have a good haircut

    My Se comes out in my love of cooking and food- I can spend hours on a meal if I'm having fun and tasting all of the results along the way

    That and a very good sense of touch that is fun to use
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    From the serious answers it seems most of us have little parts of well developed Se but all of us have different parts developed!

    I wonder why that is?
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    Since when does Se=fashion sense?

    I've been told I have a good fashion sense for a guy.

    Actually, I was told that by an ENTP girl who everyone is jealous of for being so stylish.
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    Se = paying attention to details... I guess fashion sense makes part of it. I'm quite happy my Se doesn't trouble herself with that.
    I hate shopping and spending time on how I look. Nevertheless, I'm quite able to make myself nice looking without a lot of effort...

    Another Se thing... I love looking at the sea and the beach, especially when it's pouring rain... there are all sorts of little streams twisting and turning and making terraces and hills... they make a fantasy landscape where little trees would grow and fortresses built and people navigating on rivers and canals, transporting trade goods...
    Wait. I guess this is Ne again, somewhere from the fantasy landscape on
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    The best way to develop good Se is to go fight in a war.
    Immediate feedback from near death experiences will sharpen your mind.

    Or do crazy things people do in hollywood movies, like crashing your car, jumping off buildings, start explosions.
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

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    I use mine to do evil

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    I don't think I really use it very much at all, except for very primitive functions... I'm not even sure if I use it for driving, it doesn't feel to me as though I am, but I get along more than fine (I drive competitively on tracks sometimes and do pretty well).

    I'll echo the one that said they get frustrated at how they just can't engage in the present. I'm sort of never "here" really... I have to really try to be, and it's so much effort that it's difficult to enjoy anything about it.
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    when i get drunk and touchy feely

    other than that...no idea

    thrill situations like bungee jumping and going thru a haunted house, NeTi takes over and reasons out the fear. it becomes about controlling an uncontrollable situation. mastery over what cannot be mastered

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    Quote Originally Posted by thisGuy View Post
    when i get drunk and touchy feely

    other than that...no idea

    thrill situations like bungee jumping and going thru a haunted house, NeTi takes over and reasons out the fear. it becomes about controlling an uncontrollable situation. mastery over what cannot be mastered
    Exactly. Or twisting the perception to objectivity or excitement. I see it more as a challenge than a thrill.
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    I have no sense of fashion and I don't care either. but I have my own sense of style for both clothes and hairstyle. I have my ideas that I have in mind and a good seamstress and hairdresser who actually get my vague explanations :P . I've also noticed I tend to wear clothes and hairstyles that come to fashion 2-3 years later.

    now that I was writing it down it occurred to me I might be talking about Ne after all?

    as for being in present moment... I've done meditation, yoga and taiji for years and "staying in the moment" and "sensing the world" is one part of those practices. so, getting to present moment is quite easy when I "turn it on". but it has been the most difficult part for me to learn.

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    oh, I've also noticed being "in the moment" comes naturally when having sex

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