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    Default ISTP developing Ni Fe

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    Any tips to develop them? Start writing children story books.

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    Do as many shortsighted and shitty things as possible with Se and Ti. If you don't die, you graduate with a small amount of Ni and Fe wisdom.

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    Go outside your comfort zones. Do things that actively cause you discomfort - emotionally speaking. I really think developing comfort with Fe is the key. I think it's makes one more secure with Ni.
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    I don't think Ni is something that can be trained, but I may be wrong.


    I go through stages of developed Fe - it spikes just after I've emotionally hurt someone some how, then kind of flattens over time. Never-ending cycle.

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    I've always tried to practice kindness to animals, and I think, when I respect people, it "feels" like the same thing. Respecting someone's existence. I don't know why it's easier to forget being kind to people though. I have more consistency with animals. Maybe because most animals are furry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jontherobot View Post
    I don't think Ni is something that can be trained, but I may be wrong.


    I go through stages of developed Fe - it spikes just after I've emotionally hurt someone some how, then kind of flattens over time. Never-ending cycle.
    I believe you can gain more ability to trust Ni. In the past, my Ti would talk myself out of anything that didnt seem right - even if it "felt" intrinsically correct.

    In hindsight, my Ni was already pretty good but I didn't trust it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    I believe you can gain more ability to trust Ni. In the past, my Ti would talk myself out of anything that didnt seem right - even if it "felt" intrinsically correct.

    Ah, excellent. I knew I was wrong, hence my doubt =P

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    I've gone crazy trusting the worst kind of Ni thoughts. I don't even want to get into it, but I'm not exagerrating. There were drugs involved, but I think it's kind of beside the point. I think there's potential to go into crackpot territory. So I do talk myself out of it. I think that's the best step for me at least. I trust it more when it's in the midst of action. This way it's a bit more grounded to a developing situation. Once you're more detached about it, contemplating on a Ni train of thought, it could go in the worst places. It's needs to be checked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    Do as many shortsighted and shitty things as possible with Se and Ti. If you don't die, you graduate with a small amount of Ni and Fe wisdom.
    Fe isn't really about expressing kindness it's more about expressing feeling and emotion. Kindness is just a positive way of expressing emotions.Fe can be extrmely distructive in the wrong hands think of adolf hitler for example.

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