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Supah Protist
  • Type: SeTi
  • Development: ll-l
  • Attitude: Directive

@jay it’s a lot to read, but I can talk about my experience of stereotypical Se. I remember as a young child going on nature walks for school. A memory that sticks out to me is either one of the teachers or the other kids noticing an animal somewhere in the distance and everyone would start looking for it after they pointed it out. I remember noticing a pattern back then, that I had a harder time spotting the animal than the other kids.

Presently, I don’t spend a lot of time chasing after sensations. I’ll listen to music or try to make my own, but these activities are not my main focus. My main focus, currently, is trying to understand myself. I’m currently linking that most strongly to Ni in CT. Sensations really aren’t all that important to me and they never have been.

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