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This is a discussion on Ne verses Ni within the Cognitive Functions forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; I am an INFJ and believe that we can have access to all our functions. I know I'm a dom ...

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    Ne verses Ni

    I am an INFJ and believe that we can have access to all our functions. I know I'm a dom Ni user but now that i'm older and can see the potential of each function, I really want to grow in my Ne. Problem is it's sometimes hard to even distinct what is actually Ni and what is Ne.

    Is Ni the ability to see the potential in one thing and continue to expand that idea/objective and then Ne is the ability to have multiple approaches/perspectives to be able to expand that one idea/objective?

    What are your guys thoughts on the differences and then if there are practical ways to even improve on those skills.



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    well, best option to improve Ne I can think is being exposed to a Ne-dom person.

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    You could be high in both and and that's why it's hard to destinguish?
    I score about equally high in both.

    https://www.idrlabs.com/cognitive-function/test.php

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    The best way to improve is to work on the functions you have rather than trying to channel functions you don't.

    Having Ni and Ne would tear someones brain apart. One is external and the other is internal, one diverges while the other strives for convergence. It would lead to the person to constantly fight their intuition. What would also happen is Si and Se would also conflict in a similar manner, since having both intuition functions would also mean that the person has both sensing functions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winegums View Post
    The best way to improve is to work on the functions you have rather than trying to channel functions you don't.

    Having Ni and Ne would tear someones brain apart. One is external and the other is internal, one diverges while the other strives for convergence. It would lead to the person to constantly fight their intuition. What would also happen is Si and Se would also conflict in a similar manner, since having both intuition functions would also mean that the person has both sensing functions.
    So is that how you look at me then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electra View Post
    So is that how you look at me then?

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    to me this is like getting 50/50 on a dichotomy and believing you are a "hybrid type"... just because you score high on both introverted and extroverted versions of a function in a test, doesn't necessarily mean you use both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Electra View Post
    So is that how you look at me then?
    I don't look at you in any way.
    Tests are notoriously inaccurate, I wouldn't put much stock in those results. Also just because a test says you have those functions doesn't mean you actually have them.

    However if you really want me to interpret those results: it paints you as having a function stack that is F, N, S, T by magnitude, which means you're either ENFJ or INFP. The two most dominant functions are Fi and Ne coupled with a definite bias to Internal functions, this would point towards you being an INFP and not ENFJ. So going by the results you're an INFP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winegums View Post
    I don't look at you in any way.

    Tests are notoriously inaccurate, I wouldn't put much stock in those results. Also just because a test says you have those functions doesn't mean you actually have them.

    However if you really want me to interpret those results: it paints you as having a function stack that is F, N, S, T by magnitude, which means you're either ENFJ or INFP. The two most dominant functions are Fi and Ne coupled with a definite bias to Internal functions, this would point towards you being an INFP and not ENFJ. So going by the results you're an INFP.
    Thank you! I appreciate that you took the time to do that :) I interpret it as we use all functions but use some more then others for whatever reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moo Rice View Post
    to me this is like getting 50/50 on a dichotomy and believing you are a "hybrid type"... just because you score high on both introverted and extroverted versions of a function in a test, doesn't necessarily mean you use both.
    Well, I appreciate your oppinion, and it's good we are not all simmilar I guess, or life could be boring maybe? :)
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