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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)?
    Quote Originally Posted by Bamboo View Post
    Ok, how about this one:

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

    *grin*
    My head goes silent and it's just all there in front of me. I don't notice anything I haven't seen before. But I do see it in a different way. Wider I guess. Is that what you are getting at?

    I just move out of my head and see how things fit. I quite like the feeling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamboo View Post
    There is plenty in your room you've never noticed. I bet you 10 bucks.
    Hmmm, well nothing stands out as "hey I never noticed that!" it's all sort of "yeah I'm pretty sure I've seen that before" whereas there are things outside I'm sure I've never noticed before.

    Sometimes when I'm on the train, I'm listening to music but I'm completely aware of my surroundings, I'm actively looking around taking in more details about everything I can see around me, I have no idea what I'm loooking for but I'm taking it all in quite intently. This goes into hyper mode when I'm sightseeing around a new place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamboo View Post
    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...
    This definitely made me have a peek around the room after I read it. I honestly think that I am more aware of the things around me than the things themselves, if that makes any sense. It often comes across as OCD, but I am not anal about where things should be, I just notice if they're different than what they were before. (again, if that makes any sense)

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    Doing that I realised I do what some of those descriptions say. When I look more at something I notice textures etc. Part of me thought that was bullshit but it seems to be the case.

    I'd never really noticed that about my thinking. I just did what I did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Apart from me? For me it is Eric Clapton
    Not Neil Young?

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    Also, can I be the ISFP who brings the treats for the boys in the garage? I mean, I don't know how to work on cars, but I can make a mean guacamole...

    P.S. I LOVE this thread. Super fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maliafee View Post
    Also, can I be the ISFP who brings the treats for the boys in the garage? I mean, I don't know how to work on cars, but I can make a mean guacamole...

    P.S. I LOVE this thread. Super fun!
    Please do

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    Quote Originally Posted by maliafee View Post
    Not Neil Young?
    I love Neil Young but don't know that much about his life. I've seen a lot of Clapton stuff and he just seemed to be such an ISFP type of character.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    I love Neil Young but don't know that much about his life. I've seen a lot of Clapton stuff and he just seemed to be such an ISFP type of character.
    You're right about him, I'm sure. I just like Neil Young even better. ;-)

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    Interesting comparison for VI (proves ISFP type for Neil?) --

    Neil Young as a young man:



    My ISFP dad as a young man:

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