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    Default How strong is your Ne?

    ISxJs- Ne is inferior
    ESxJs- Ne is tertiary


    How developed is your Ne? Are there areas where you find yourself more open minded? Or is any unfamiliar experience a train wreck for you?

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    Just average.

    I´m open minded with lots of things, as long as they don´t involve morals.

    As for unfamiliar situations, I find some of them highly entertaining, to play with possibilities. As long as they don´t happen everyday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donna Cecilia View Post
    Just average.

    I´m open minded with lots of things, as long as they don´t involve morals.

    As for unfamiliar situations, I find some of them highly entertaining. As long as they don´t happen everyday.
    LOL I love it

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    But like DC it can be a rollercoaster... For me, the weightier the matter the worse my Ne is. Most trivial matters at this point in my life are like 'whatever'. There's not too much on a day to day where I feel that doing something different would hold me back. But when it comes to working on my house, finding a new job, or any large monetary or life investment- It wreaks havoc on me.

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    Exactly that.

    I´m glad that you loved the answer, since I´m most familiar with Ni. Most of the important things I achieved, at a personal level, are related to that process (when developed).

    The only extraverted function which is strong in me is Te. Ne and Se are just average, and my Fe is rusted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donna Cecilia View Post
    Exactly that.

    I´m glad that you loved the answer, since I´m most familiar with Ni. Most of the important things I achieved, at a personal level, are related to that process (when developed).

    The only extraverted function which is strong in me is Te. Ne and Se are just average, and my Fe is rusted.
    As Ni is in the 8th position, I imagine I don't use it at all, but then again I believe that we use all functions to some extent in our lives. But based on descriptions, I've approached things using Ni from time to time. It's not automatic like Si, but if I force myself to operate in that capacity I will.

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    My ESTJ dad and I connect through shared Ne-humour. That's where he goes for the giggles, to Ne. It's the smartass in him.

    It also is his Archille's heel when it comes to taking risks in life. He connects together random things and extrapolates from it greatly, to predict the worst outcome, hence, giving him [and us] a reasoning why inaction is the best course of action to said "risk". It often doesn't make sense, if truly evaluated critically.

    We clash greatly on this, as Ne drives me a lot - to take risks that has him on pins-and-needles, and in a grave voice, with eyes bugging out, saying, "Don't do it! I'm warning you!" Which, to Ne, little does he know, is more fuel for the fire.

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    As Ni is in the 8th position, I imagine I don't use it at all, but then again I believe that we use all functions to some extent in our lives. But based on descriptions, I've approached things using Ni from time to time. It's not automatic like Si, but if I force myself to operate in that capacity I will.
    For sure. I don´t need to force myself to use it, though.

    I learnt to use it naturally. Without realizing it. I can foresee how something will develop with very little information, and use that "vision" to do something about it: make it happen (a good scenario), or prevent it from happening (a bad one). Or notice which data someone is hiding from me.

    By studying the processes, I now know how to explain seriously. It´s sounds much better thatn my friends and family saying that I´m a walking lie detector, or that I have "psychic" powers (this one sounds like Pokémon).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donna Cecilia View Post
    For sure. I don´t need to force myself to use it, though.

    I learnt to use it naturally. Without realizing it. I can foresee how something will develop with very little information, and use that "vision" to do something about it: make it happen (a good scenario), or prevent it from happening (a bad one). Or notice which data someone is hiding from me.

    By studying the processes, I now know how to explain seriously. It´s sounds much better thatn my friends and family saying that I´m a walking lie detector, or that I have "psychic" powers (this one sounds like Pokémon).

    That's great- I really need to learn to use it more often.

    But some of it sounds like Ne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    My ESTJ dad and I connect through shared Ne-humour. That's where he goes for the giggles, to Ne. It's the smartass in him.

    It also is his Archille's heel when it comes to taking risks in life. He connects together random things and extrapolates from it greatly, to predict the worst outcome, hence, giving him [and us] a reasoning why inaction is the best course of action to said "risk". It often doesn't make sense, if truly evaluated critically.

    We clash greatly on this, as Ne drives me a lot - to take risks that has him on pins-and-needles, and in a grave voice, with eyes bugging out, saying, "Don't do it! I'm warning you!" Which, to Ne, little does he know, is more fuel for the fire.
    I'm great with Ne humor...and just reflecting on that- I find that at work (mostly SJs) that they'll give me the face when I use it. I think my attention to detail and decently developed Ne make for some good off the wall discussions!

    Paralysis by analysis is a common snag for SJs....and I've fought hard to eliminate it as much as possible. We'll take the most random outcome from the most improbable circumstances and declare that as the end result. I've learned go with much and pay little concern to my nagging need to stay in my comfort zone, because I've learned that my worst fears are hardly what's realized.

    Right now I'm frozen with inactivity because I don't know what I want to do with my kitchen.

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