So basically anyone who doesn't like you has problems...
hey..kind of off topic but in one of your videos you said you didn't get a chance to talk to many infjs irl. there are quite a lot here if you wanna make a q&a thread. they're pretty awesome at expressing themselves.
There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
I think the people flipping out over your videos are missing the point that they are observations of type made from a very Se-oriented approach--typing by that which can be readily observed. What might be driving so many INFPs insane is when you make broad generalizations such as "INFPs want to talk about flowers and other stupid shit" even though you're obviously kidding...or are you? Either way, it's funny as f--k
my videos can be taken seriously when you remove the dramatization and obvious bias.
In thread after thread...you will see Fi doms/aux insist they consistently as if by instinct... disregard an individual's manner or style of communication...so as to truly absorb the individual's message. <-This, however, has not been my observation.
fwiw...your dramatizations and biases aid me in understanding what you have to say.
Through every forest, above the trees
Within my stomach, scraped off my knees
I drink the honey inside your hive
You are the reason I stay alive
I thought the difference was that Fi/Ti are both rational in a personal, subjective way, whereas Fe/Te tend to be rational in an objective, external way. (Somewhat related to my Lenore Thomson thread regarding brain lateralization and the functions which HARDLY ANYONE seemed interested in reading or participating in.)
Well, yes. I've read Lenore Thomson so I know her deal. But my point is I think most people see Te as the truly rational function. Fe is seen as overly externally emotional, Fi as overly internally emotional, and Ti as... hmm... it's own little animal?