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    What do you think about this? Can you tell if someone uses Ne or Ni by looking at their eyes?


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    I have been told that I have very Ne eyes. They're very large and round. I don't know how much I buy into visual typing though. But I do have Ne in my stack fwiw.
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    I know that my eyes just about always look dazed in pictures. Unfocused. That could be due to Ne/Ni- enneagram- instinct- I dont know. But in many pictures- it looke like my eyes are just- seeing something thats not really there I guess- dazing off.

    Its a fairly consistent pattern

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    Based on this I'm extreme with Ne. My eyes dart around even more than the people they show here.
    Step into my metaphysical room of mirrors.
    Fear of reality creates myopic morality
    So I guess it means there is trouble until the robins come
    (from Blue Velvet)
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    imho, definitely yes.

    Ni = blank stares to a fixed point.
    Ne is the opposite : more scattered (usually upper left and right).

    I think it requires either a bit of Fe or Se to be naturally good at recognizing this or paying attention to this overall.

    Nice video.
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    For me, using Ne sort of feels like racing, bouncing, hopping around on a sort of cosmic intuitive highway with random warp/jumping points when my brain reaches critical mass and jumps to another associated datapoint. When it gets in the zone, the critical mass points happen faster and faster, so i can see the darting eyes, definitely.

    Using Ni - when i do have access to it, feels like being in a big flag ship with a ginormous telescope, giving you perfect oversight of the situation until you go ‘land ahoy’ and have a heading, basically

    Things just...fall into place after much time of observing quietly, and click, so you suddenky see the path ahead. That look tends to be one of silent, serious and mysterious contemplation, followed by clear and calm determination, ime
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    Yeah I tend to look down a lot instantaneously in thought.

    When I change my expression to Ne. It is really cute.
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    Do any Ne/Ni dom/aux dispute this idea?

    If I use Ni, then I'd have to dispute it because my eyes wander more than most in the video.

    I would have thought that Kristen Stewart would be in the Ni-eyes camp, but they had her as Ne-eyes?
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    @yama what eyes do I have?

    EDIT: oh there's an SI v SE thread...
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    Quote Originally Posted by labyrinthine View Post
    Do any Ne/Ni dom/aux dispute this idea?

    If I use Ni, then I'd have to dispute it because my eyes wander more than most in the video.

    I would have thought that Kristen Stewart would be in the Ni-eyes camp, but they had her as Ne-eyes?
    For me, I think it's accurate. But then I don't exactly pay attention to where my eyes are looking. Maybe that says something in and of itself

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