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    Default What is an fi-ni loop like?

    What is it like and how can you tell if you are in one?
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    Have you seen this? - http://www.the16types.info/vbulletin...roverted-Types

    "ISFP: A Jungian Cognitive Function Analysis" is the 6th category down in that above link, and it covers the dynamics of all 4 ISFP functions.

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    Like a fruit loop but less tasty.
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    If you do not interact with the world much, you bet you're in an introverted "loop".

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    From what I've seen, they look pretty crazy.
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    It is like you have some value (Fi) then you see a pattern that breaks with that value (Ni).
    Instead of checking the real world, Se or Te if this is actually the case you just assume it is true.
    Then you dig yourself deeper and deeper into a illusion about this issue.

    Say you suspect your partner to be cheating on you.
    If you are an ISFP and using Fi/Ni then the process you go trough as you imagine the implications can be termed a Fi/Ni loop.
    A hallmark of the Fi/Ni loop is the lack of both sensory and factual evidence.
    You just got a hunch based on some fragmented observations, and rather than investigate further you just sail right
    along into deep inner reflection on this assumtion. It might be true or it might not be, that is irrelevant in the Fi/Ni loop,
    reality has lost it's influence.

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    Paranoid. Downward spiraling. Over analytical and anxious.

    I'm pretty sure I've started a thread about it before.
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    Despite my fear that it will start you on this topic yet again, an example of an Fi - Ni loop would be you thinking you are ugly and you need plastic surgery for the future to turn positive.

    So please, PLEASE, DO NOT start talking about that again. But it's an example of Fi - Ni projection gone awry. It is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Infinite Bubble View Post
    If you do not interact with the world much, you bet you're in an introverted "loop".
    Even if it's just in your temperament to be introspective?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lunareclipze View Post
    Even if it's just in your temperament to be introspective?
    Extroversion is orientation towards interacting or paying attention to the outer world, so it makes sense that if one does not do this, they'll withdraw into their introverted functions. But most people are quite balanced in this respect and make use of both orientations of functions. So even if ones temperament is to be introspective, they'll still momentarily switch two the auxiliary regularly before retreating again.

    What I'm talking about is those significantly lacking in outside stimulation and show disinterest or incapability in interacting with it. Those who are mentally ill, for example, and those with conditions like Schizoid personality disorder (which I believe equates to TiSi and TiNi in the functional paradigm).

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