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    Can you tell if someone is an Si vs Se user by looking at their eyes?


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    I think I do the Si eye thing, but only others could truly tell. I notice that I don't usually look people in the eye anyway though.
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    This video is very helpful and important to offset the Ni and Ne eyes one.
    Based on these four descriptions, my eyes are doubtlessly Ne. I guess I'm not always looking at concrete objects when I'm looking away. I'm looking at the idea in my brain. It's confusing though because I still relate to Se. Oh well.
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    Yeah this video rocks, not to mention that they also have amazing people represented

    Like Holy shit, how Natalie Dormer has that Se gaze. So forceful and strong.

    I can relate that to that with my inferior Se.. when I try to activate my inferior function. I do a lot of rotations. But it's not that common.
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    I find confidence, processing, topic, nervous all play much more role then S/N. Especialy in actions discused
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    Why is it just Se, Si, Ne, and Ni? Why not Fe, Fi, Te, and Ti? And who's to say those celebs are accurately typed? On the other hand, I think it's mostly hereditary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lotus View Post
    Why is it just Se, Si, Ne, and Ni? Why not Fe, Fi, Te, and Ti? And who's to say those celebs are accurately typed? On the other hand, I think it's mostly hereditary.
    There are other videos for those on this YouTube channel. Some of them better than others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Deadpan View Post
    There are other videos for those on this YouTube channel. Some of them better than others.
    Oh, okay. I didn't check any of the other videos out despite being subscribed. I should have checked beforehand.
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    You know if you have a Se you must have a Ni. Se -> strength mind
    And if you have a Si you must have a Ne. Si -> reclusive mind

    Same with Te Fi -> sort-like mind which work like a pyramid and Ti-Fe -> categorical mind which work like a table.

    So
    Alpha -> reclusive-categorical
    Beta -> strength-categorical
    Gamma -> strength-pyramidal
    Delta -> reclusive-pyramidal


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