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    Do you ever wonder if there are people who never experience moments where they are just "seeing" what's around them? Like when your head goes silent and it's just all there in front of you.

    How do you feel about them, (if you think they exist)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamboo View Post
    Do you ever wonder if there are people who never experience moments where they are just "seeing" what's around them? Like when your head goes silent and it's just all there in front of you.

    How do you feel about them, (if you think they exist)?
    From what I've read here they seem to exist. In some ways personally I can't believe it. How could that be so? But then there it is.
    But I can't comprehend what that would be like. Would seem like being in jail to me.

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    Not sure if I'm allowed to answer but will anyway cause it's a cool question.

    I'm always surprised when people aren't seeing whats right in front of them, what else could they be looking at? they aren't looking at all are they? It's strange, I'm not sure how people like that would even operate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    Not sure if I'm allowed to answer but will anyway cause it's a cool question.
    You can answer. You are another mechanic in my ISFP garage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    From what I've read here they seem to exist. In some ways personally I can't believe it. How could that be so? But then there it is.
    But I can't comprehend what that would be like. Would seem like being in jail to me.
    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    Not sure if I'm allowed to answer but will anyway cause it's a cool question.

    I'm always surprised when people aren't seeing whats right in front of them, what else could they be looking at? they aren't looking at all are they? It's strange, I'm not sure how people like that would even operate.

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    Yeah I've seen those convos too, but don't know how much that was really true or it was just the way the question was framed. However, I know some people whom I can believe really just never stop and look. It's weird eh?

    Here's something interesting that I stumbled onto about my own brain.

    - Look around the room you're in.
    - Think to yourself, "what have I not noticed?"

    I can explain what happens next (for me) in detail but I'm interested to see how you reply.
    Don't know how much it'll bend til it breaks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamboo View Post
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    Yeah I've seen those convos too, but don't know how much that was really true or it was just the way the question was framed. However, I know some people whom I can believe really just never stop and look. It's weird eh?

    Here's something interesting that I stumbled onto about my own brain.

    - Look around the room you're in.
    - Think to yourself, "what have I not noticed?"

    I can explain what happens next (for me) in detail but I'm interested to see how you reply.
    Think to yourself, "what have I not noticed?"

    The first time I noticed myself looking. I became aware of my body and how I was looking around. The second time in another room I just noticed more and more aspects of what I was looking at. Basically how it looked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    You can answer. You are another mechanic in my ISFP garage.
    Neat. *puts on overalls and starts messing around with tools*
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    Ok, how about this one:

    To self: "Notice something I (you?) haven't noticed before." Or: "What's something I haven't noticed?"

    *grin*
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    I'm in this room most days, there isn't really anything I haven't noticed before, as I look around I start noticing things outside the room, like the little bunny in the window in another building, that sort of stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    I'm in this room most days, there isn't really anything I haven't noticed before, as I look around I start noticing things outside the room, like the little bunny in the window in another building, that sort of stuff.
    There is plenty in your room you've never noticed. I bet you 10 bucks.

    OR maybe this is something that only works for me cause I trained myself for it somehow? Or perhaps a difference between istp and isfp? I sense different reactions to this...
    Don't know how much it'll bend til it breaks.

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