Thread: Finally giving in

1. Originally Posted by DisneyGeek
Well, lets try not to just state little reasons why you may be an S or an N.

Try looking at this picture and tell me what you see. (Does not have to be long.)

What exactly would a intuitive see? The only thing I notice is the geometric consistency throughout the whole picture. The weird cloud pattern. The circle in the box that seems to lead to no where and the odd chair, just sitting there.

Also. I know the OP. I tend to get the intuitive vibe from him. XNXJ and I would lean towards T.

2. Originally Posted by Serge
What exactly would a intuitive see? The only thing I notice is the geometric consistency throughout the whole picture. The weird cloud pattern. The circle in the box that seems to lead to no where and the odd chair, just sitting there.
I;m not really sure. I was just curious to see what he would say.

3. I've asked some of the same questions you're asking. I test consistently INTJ, but wondered about a few things. The more I've been reading about the types and each of the functions, the more I see that I don't fit anywhere else but INTJ.

But I don't walk into walls. Being INTJ, or NT, or even just N, doesn't mean you're clueless about seeing things. I do sometimes notice things like a bandaid or an injury when it comes into my focus. Sometimes I'll glance down and someone's shoes will catch my eye, and something about the shoes will attract my notice and I'll comment, "Nice shoes!"But I'm not usually looking at people's shoes.

I thought your writing was just fine. The length made me think, "INTP." But the list makes me think INTJ.

4. Originally Posted by Serge
What exactly would a intuitive see?
I've seen this picture, and the reasoning goes that an S will list details of the picture - the items. An N will try to make sense of what the picture means -- what it's trying to say.

But I think it can go either way, especially if you think a certain answer is wanted and you're trying to give the "right" answer. Then it becomes as much trying to anticipate the question as looking at the picture.

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