And Ash you mentioned Se users being very nostalgic.
That surprised me. Before this thread was a thing, I had linked my lack of nostalgia to Se, because I thought it had a different framing. Well, also because I’m surrounded by Ne/Si, but sure my sampling is biased. Do the Se/Ni users in CT usually experience nostalgia?
I agree with «Pi somewhat…[Read more]
[…] are all only in the present ‘me’ only insofar as their affects have shaped me and my life, but so very few of them still maintain a reality of their own, a clear vision, or a vivid experience, in my mind and heart. I simply do not have enough information data points in my mind to relive them. They are mostly experienced as a dream that has…
I’m not sure that having a function developed in CT equals having it integrated.
(Question: does integration mean something in CT?)
Sometimes you have to “bear” yourself before you can “join” yourself.
I only noticed taxi drivers are inclined to… talk. And if you’re not talkative, they go for the weather-routine questions. Why.
You also mean Pe-leads with Pi-dev, for example? Or only types with both Pi and Je dev’ed/modulated?
I think you could be right, but I need to pay attention to it in the future.
I met some taxi-drivers who had a…[Read more]
Hi! This is my introduction. And I can’t un-bold this paragraph for some unknown reason.
i can’t unblod that too, the hell did you do
I am 25 as of 2020 and I’m afraid of getting old.
I used to have a pair of gay hamsters at my flat
@kevin-horas please, what?
I mean: welcome.
I’m waiting for this series to be complete before I dive in it, but I’m having a quick glance at it in the meanwhile.
Having a flow between data input and output
I noticed this because I recently joined a club for practicing communication & leadership skills and I introduced myself as a very introverted person, but from my impromptu speech they…[Read more]
Is there a nostalgic experience you feel like sharing? / What is your personal experience of nostalgia most often like? / How often do you feel nostalgia?
I don’t understand nostalgia. Every now and then I have to ask a psychologist to explain it to me again, because I tend to forget about that which I don’t use (be it abstract or material;…[Read more]
I used to experience a flow state when I was a painter.
In fact, I would paint not because I had any artistic inclination but rather because it was an immersive experience during which I could “reorganize” everything in my head without conscious effort. Painting required attention to details; you also have to “feel” the brush and the brushstrokes…[Read more]
For those who scored highest on a function that does not match their lead in vultology, what do you think of the result? – @Auburn
The output surprised me because I said right a few days ago: “I feel like I’ve been losing Pi and gaining Pe” (this last year). And they said: “a bit of Pe won’t hurt you, honey!” ^^”
I’ve always been more Pi- than…[Read more]
First reaction: P-lead; Pi-lead. I then found myself checking the speed and it was set to normal. Second reaction: WTF?
I agree with you on Pe higher in the hierarchy; not so much for the sways, for me it’s about the speed and the sudden gesticulation. I suspect a Je dev but I wouldn’t say the same about more recent videos.
I don’t want to discourage your attempt at correlating the two, I think it’s a good thing. I was implicitly asking to know more about your reasonings behind the links you drew.
The reason why I think it can’t be linear is that the 4T is rich of emotional attitudes, f.e. it can be easier with the enneatypes.
I guess everyone has a different result…
Pi is Phlegmatic, Ji is Melancholic, Pe is Sanguine and Je is Choleric
may make sense in theory bc of energetics, I don’t think it works just like that when it comes to types. There’s developments, ego-fixation, heart-attitude, submersion, temperaments and things that go beyond CT that may influence the blending.…[Read more]
Dynamic? / Involution
It’s a veeery long thread so I still need to finish my reading, but I visited Gulenko’s cognitive styles and I related to these two immediately.
Now, I’ll keep reading (I will edit this post as I progress).
Se can sometimes have a kind of tunnel vision, right? Like an extreme focus? So perhaps Se can lead to clumsiness when you’re focused on the billboard you’re looking at and not the tree you’re about to run into, for example. Does that sound plausible to the Se people here?
@fayest42 yea, that’s one.
Yes I think the Intuitive bias is so deeply, deeply ingrained in the typing community, its really short-sighted and narrow-minded of them, ironic that they think sensing types are short-sighted and narrow-minded, I think its the opposite, at least for those having the intuitive bias. I must admit I had an intuitive bias myself, and always…
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