Scenario: Watching a movie.
Sensing = notices the "what": the observable details, such as details in the animation/filming/special effects; what the characters look like; what the characters are doing.
Se = notices this type of info in the moment, all standing out almost equally
Si = notices this type of info, but familiar details stand out
Intuition = notices the "what could be": the abstract ideas, such as the future possibilities that could come about based on the characters' actions; patterns and motifs across scenes.
Ne = notices this type of info, thinking up most ideas almost equally
Ni = notices this type of info, but familiar ideas are more easily thought up
Thinking = considers "why and how": reasons to explain the observable details and/or the abstract ideas (i.e., why/how was the animation/filming/special effects the way it was, why did the characters behave the way they did, why certain possibilities could be inferred, why/how certain themes/lessons/hidden messages were conveyed)
Te = uses clues from the movie to come up with these reasons
Ti = uses own understanding to come up with these reasons
Feeling = considers "what is it to me": value of the observable details and/or the abstract ideas (i.e., what is the aesthetic value in the animation/filming/special effects, what did we like/dislike about the movie, what can we learn from the characters/themes/hidden messages)
Fe = uses clues from the movie to address the value
Fi = uses own personal standards to address the value