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    I feel like what I'm heavily into and wanting to know more and even trying to live by a day basis:

    But Forever, it's a cognitive function.



    Yeah.

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    It's really pictures and gifs that explain the reality of things with really little to none hidden meaning

    It's all about being in the moment and taking all the SENSATION around you.

    R u guys even rdy?
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    Se is so ... hngh on the right person.

    ...Especially with well-developed Ti and Fe
    ..........

    ...i'm
    ...d efinitely not daydreaming again

    ..ahhhh
    Either infp or istj.
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    Is this really Se? No wonder why I don't relate to this function. Totally out of my element on a multitude of reasons. Could be a 4 thing too, but what do I know...
    "A real artist may create his picture in a lonely desert... gods look over his shoulder; he creates in their company. What does he care whether or not anybody admires his picture?" {Rudolf Steiner}
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    I feel like this is the superficial definition of Se. In other words, this may describe tertiary or inferior Se but doesn't fully embody dominant or auxiliary Se.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Deadpan View Post
    I feel like this is the superficial definition of Se. In other words, this may describe tertiary or inferior Se but doesn't fully embody dominant or auxiliary Se.
    Dom/Aux Se is BRILLIANT. (I'm not saying inferior Se can't do it because everyone can use functions well if they're... ... all rounded) As someone with plenty of reservations for just about everything under the sun, it's just something I wish I had. It's a complex ... uh what do you call it, thing, string of information perceived from the environment that translates into one very elaborate picture.
    Either infp or istj.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Deadpan View Post
    I feel like this is the superficial definition of Se. In other words, this may describe tertiary or inferior Se but doesn't fully embody dominant or auxiliary Se.
    Never meant it to be comprehensive. But if you have any examples of fully developed sensing, go for it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lotus View Post
    Is this really Se? No wonder why I don't relate to this function. Totally out of my element on a multitude of reasons. Could be a 4 thing too, but what do I know...
    I think Se is the most discriminated function imho in this forum moreso than Si.

    The internet is removed from the physical world really, so there's going to be a natural disdain for Se moreso I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever View Post
    Never meant it to be comprehensive. But if you have any examples of fully developed sensing, go for it
    I don't know that I fully understand it any better than the rest of you, certainly not as well as an Se dom would. Se as a primary mode of cognition can be a very successful approach to life though. I guess I'd just view it as being rather on top of things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Deadpan View Post
    I don't know that I fully understand it any better than the rest of you, certainly not as well as an Se dom would. Se as a primary mode of cognition can be a very successful approach to life though. I guess I'd just view it as being rather on top of things.
    I like to call Se: physical intuition
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