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    Default The bridge between Ti and sensation

    Hiya,



    Have been reading up on Ti, and frankly was completely enthralled.

    It seems that the subjective logic brings about an almost 'sensation' set of skills.


    For those who use Ti - How does sensation differ to Ti in terms of your experience of it?

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    I feel like I'm looking for outer experiences with my Se and dealing with real life situations logically through my inferior Ti. But, I feel like my Se isn't fully functional without a sense of Ti.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Riverfairy View Post
    Hiya,



    Have been reading up on Ti, and frankly was completely enthralled.

    It seems that the subjective logic brings about an almost 'sensation' set of skills.


    For those who use Ti - How does sensation differ to Ti in terms of your experience of it?

    Say your type


    --

    ENFJ


    I feel like I'm looking for outer experiences with my Se and dealing with real life situations logically through my inferior Ti. But, I feel like my Se isn't fully functional without a sense of Ti.
    I'm not sure what you mean. I don't think of it as sensation at all. I can get pleasure from it, but that's not the same thing as sensation. Are you sure you aren't talking about Si?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Julius_Van_Der_Beak View Post
    I'm not sure what you mean. I don't think of it as sensation at all. I can get pleasure from it, but that's not the same thing as sensation. Are you sure you aren't talking about Si?
    I use the word sensation as much more than just pleasure. As a function we use to interact with external physical experience in general.
    Ti, on the other hand, uses past experience to take action.

    So, yes Si would be similar in this way - it uses past experience to inform the current situation.


    But, Ti is like Se in the 'action' part, the way they interact with an experience: flowing but in a rooted way.


    I hope that was more understandable...?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Riverfairy View Post
    I use the word sensation as much more than just pleasure. As a function we use to interact with external physical experience in general.
    Ti, on the other hand, uses past experience to take action.

    So, yes Si would be similar in this way - it uses past experience to inform the current situation.


    But, Ti is like Se in the 'action' part, the way they interact with an experience: flowing but in a rooted way.


    I hope that was more understandable...?


    I'm not sure that it does use past experience though. Perhaps partially in the sense of information acquired, but not totally. It makes deductions and generalizations that may not correspond exactly with past experience.
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