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    Muffin Monster Earl Grey's Avatar
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    Default How do you visualize your type?

    Okay, this is going to be some offshoot strangeness which I actually considered posting in fluff instead, but I had the strangest thought.
    I wonder if people 'visualize' their types, for example that certain types have colour, or if the 'type' governs different parts of their body. (My head type is in my eyes, my gut type is on my back and in my hands). I think sp feels like a bonfire (now you know why I like bonfire pictures), and soc like fluffy clouds on a sunny day.

    Silly questions incoming:

    1) What type are you? (core type, tritype, variants?)
    2) Are you an MBTI Intuitive or Sensor, and Thinker or Feeler?
    3) Where and/or how do you 'feel' or 'see' your types?
    4) Do you 'see' it in others, too?
    (say, if INTJs or E4 are 'red' to you, do INTJ-like / E4-like individuals seem 'red' too?)
    5) Am I just weird?

    There's no theory behind this (that I know of), this is just borderline free fluff and personal interpretations, so fire away.
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    I don't see a lot of my types. I did once have a friend who was a 4. We met at a talent show; she recruited me to speak at a conference, in the art workshop.
    Fours are easy to pick out.

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    1w9, 5w4, 4w5 sp/so

    I don't really visualize anything but vibes of traits I associate with types, which in my minds eye is like a nebula of memories I try to turn into a tangible explanation.

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    Conceiving of the Instinctual Variants as elements lends insight into the nature of their various processes and styles of movement:

    sp = earth / matter
    sx = water / fire, (higher vibrations) ice / electricity
    so = fresh air, wind & sunlight
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    With all due respect,
    The Cat.

    I stole the moon
    I made the stars align
    I showed you how to fly
    And you made me the bad guy
    I fought for you
    I kept you safe at night
    I would have risked my life
    And you made me the bad guy...
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    Do you have synesthesia?
    Perpetual mood


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    but to seem to, try to, or try to seem to."


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    The only thing I’ve assigned colors to are the days of the week.
    There is no mysterious essence we can call a 'place'. Place is change. It is motion killed by the mind, and preserved in the amber of memory.
    J. A. Baker

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    I associate colors with letters, numbers, and words, so the type names all have colors (INTJ = black, ESTP - orangy/red, etc.) but not so much with the reality of the types. In other words, if I meet a person who seems to embody a given type, they don't have such associations to me.

    I do associate the 4 functions with the 4 classical elements. Also, sp to me is either stone - solid, sturdy, foundational, safe. It is sx that is fire - extremely valuable, but dangerous unless closely controlled. Soc is like pollen or fluffy plant matter blowing around.
    I've been called a criminal, a terrorist, and a threat to the known universe. But everything you were told is a lie. The truth is, they've taken our freedom, our home, and our future. The time has come for all humanity to take a stand...
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    Oops, I think I misunderstood what this thread was about.

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    I might see E4 as intense early night sky like indigo or electric blue, but it can be other colors in other people. I feel it in my core around my stomach and heart with a sense of anxiety, loneliness, and amazement. I feel those same things looking at the night sky. There is also an out of place feeling like a boulder about to roll down a mountain that never does, or a tree that is about to fall over, but never does. I feel that slight off-balance combined with inspiration in others.

    ISFP feels more like the light blue sky and golden sun or the ocean with white seashells and golden to multicolored sparkles on the waves. It feels like a rush of salty wind off the ocean waters.
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