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  • Type: TiSe
  • Development: llll
  • Attitude: Directive

As a double-introverted person with (Ji-Pi), the content of my psyche is usually not about understanding myself but trying to understand the world (universe) and humanity, building up a model and making sure it “right”. When I think about myself and my identity it is usually in envisioning my “self” in the world, in what way I will exist and “arrive.” That is, it is not “who am I” or “what am I” it is more what do I have to do to “be” in a way that aligns with what I already “am,” but in an external way. Also, this carries with it in bringing my whole model of understanding in an external way as well, since this is what associate myself with. This is very different from what you describe @SupahProtist since it seems you are trying to understand your own self, from the world that is a given to you already.

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