FeNi l—

FeNi l— Adaptive Male / The Mystic Life-Coach

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The baseline for the FeNi more appropriately belongs to the Directives as they constitute the majority of FeNi developments, but I would like to start with the Adaptives to present a keener point of contrast going forward. Immediately we see strong similarities between the vultology of these three, chiefly in the amount of Fe Warm Swelling they display. Notice how Ralph Smart milks out every second of his Fe impact and hits with a gentleness and invitation. It is as though they are scooping you up into their bosom through their gesticulations. This is an aspect of Adaptive Fe.

All carry a strong confidence, a powerful posture with forwardness and boldness despite being warm soft teddy bears. There’s a curious juxtaposition here with femininity added through a sensitive nurturing energy, but a masculinity inserted through a strong and powerful presence. There’s also a trend in Fe-lead males to bulk up muscle which is not entirely unrelated to Fe’s relationship to persona, hierarchy and bravado. This pattern will continue to repeat itself further down the thread.

Psychology

– Maximizing Well-being
– Mindset Shifting
– Achieving Full Potential
– Connecting with something Beyond
– Teaching
– Nurturing connections between people

Drew Canole and Ralph Smart carry much the same message. Both are oracles with the intent to guide their audiences towards a higher frequency (“frequency” and  “energy” are common words used) that is also connected to a higher (and often karmic) causality. We see in these two the E+N+F temperament and how it focuses on the power of intention, and how that manifests (E) into actualities. But as we see with the introduction of Derek Muller, it doesn’t have to be this way. While Ralph and Drew have their egos in Ni and Fe respectively, Derek appears to favor Ti and takes a more analytical route. He is the least esoteric of the three and depends instead on science for answers, but his life focus is still in raising human consciousness, raising awareness via education and honing the art of pedagogy. Whether it’s through mysticism or academia, the motif that runs through each of them is “I have something important [truth] to teach you that can change your life [for the better].”

FeNi l— Directive Male / The Humanist Preacher

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Now, we see quite a different disposition in the Directive FeNi’s. The attention turns away from “taking others into one’s arms” and to pushing out a message with a degree of aggression. Vultologically this displays itself in more head shakes or rattles, more pointed emphasis, less delay in Fe’s warm swelling, and the like. One might say there is a “condescending” tone to directive Fe, embedded with a degree of shame even if one is not at fault. “Moral Judgment” is certainly being dished out and the audience is receiving that accusation in a depersonalized way. For example Mandy Patinkin preaches to Charlie Rose with that condescending tone although Charlie is not at all the one responsible for the transgressions being mentioned.

An explicit relationship exists between the decontextualized “audience” and the Fe user, and Directive Fe expresses that relationship in a general form. It is more appropriate to think of this as a message that is being broadcast to the world but which uses this specific conversation as a vehicle for delivery.

Psychology

– Human Behavior
– Morality / Character
– Responsibility to our Fellow Man
– Pro-Socialism
– Commentary on Politics & Corruption
– Advocacy

Unlike the Adaptives above, this batch is entirely homogeneous. All carry concerns related to human nature and how to answer questions related to society’s self-organization based on what we know of the tribe’s needs. There also appears to be a strong socialist bent, or at least a move away from capitalism (if we put the two on a spectrum, for the sake of analogy). More power for the government to help the disenfranchised, less power to big corporations and big businesses. There’s a strong advocacy for “the responsibility to our fellow man” which compels a legislative approach that has no qualms with all of us sacrificing a little (of our taxes) for a greater cause. There’s also a philosophical bent in some of these personalities about “what it means to be human.”

FeNi l— Directive Female

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The female FeNi counterparts generally appear more poised and contained (in all developments) which is also reflected in the TeNi women. There’s a bit less aggression present and a bit more delicacy, but just the same level of conviction and confidence.

Psychology

– Human Rights Movements
– Leadership
– Journalism
– Pro-Socialism
– Democracy
– Advocacy of women’s power

Politically there is a strong democratic & socialist bent to these samples, just as with the above. Ana Kasparian is an avid liberal and co-host of The Young Turks and Abby Martin is no less a liberal; advocating for the abolishing of capitalism and the need for a more humane alternative. The two are like twins! It’s so interesting to see them side by side.

These samples may be characterized as “strong women” just as their TeSi female counterparts. They are all career-minded, successful and also outspoken. Being an actress, Sandra Bullock is less explicit about political matters but she mentions selecting acting roles that paint women in ways that break the mold. Ana Kasparian advocates female rights as well as civil rights in general, and prides herself in having worked herself up to a favorable position. “Hard work” is a motif that presents itself here, which accompanies the ethics of many FeNi’s such as Will Smith and Bruce Lee who we’ll come to next.