I wonder how common it is for an INTJ to live in the moment, " here and now" . I know, it' s a Sensor trait, but there is no way I' m a sensor. It' s more of a skill I aquired with years in order to ensure that my plans and schematics go successfully. I understood that only planning for the future isn' t good enough, that present actions of myself and others might have consequences in the future, and that in order to achieve complete control over my life, I must look at both present and future. So, I know that different circumstances might prevent my plans to reach goals from going out successfully, so I need to be here and now as well in order to identify the circumstance and either change it or adapt my plans the way that the circumstance wouldn' t inflict them. I' ve already been a victim of circumstances that were here and now multiple times, so I have to fight them somehow if I want to be the master of my life. I don' t believe in destiny. I only believe in circumstances, and people who lack certain qualities to overcome them. That' s why when I carry out a plan to reach my goal, I also look at the specifics of the present situation, and change the situation to the way that is beneficial to me.
I assume it might have something to do with Se, an INTJs inferior cognitive function. But I don' t know if it' s possible to develop it at the age of 16, even counting that I had a lot of hardship in my life. Have any of you INTJs ever experienced something like that?
Edit: Just realised I made a mistake in naming the topic. Could moderators please change " at" to " in" ?