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This is a discussion on Quiet Ne within the Cognitive Functions forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; I am aware that Ne is a perceiving process and that it manifests itself through the lens of the dominant ...

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    Quiet Ne

    I am aware that Ne is a perceiving process and that it manifests itself through the lens of the dominant function for an INP, and the more I think about it, I realize the nature of my Ne is very quiet. It definitely engages with external environment, but one does not pick up the fact that I'm an Ne user through conversation necessarily. Besides seeming a bit too ADD, ironically I would say Si seems much more apparent in a conversation with me because I am generally trying to be "normal" and adhere to social norms. I find that my Ne, however, operates in private much of the time, either in activities that I don't talk to others much about or when I daydream.

    Can anyone relate to this?



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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Yeah, I know things well before I can actually articulate them. Ne figures it out and the other functions sorta categorize and justify things into something I can use to communicate.

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    INFJ - The Protectors

    Similar to how an INFP friend of mine says he feels. He spent a long time thinking he might be ISFP instead, but Ne just seems to fit him better because he makes some beautiful connections at times. I'm actually fairly sure, having at last been able to identify a few real-world INxP types that Ne-auxiliary is often greatly exaggerated here, some of the anecdotes people give are either more Ne-dom indicative or just blown out of proportion.

    Ne IS quiet in INxPs, it has to pass through the mesh of Fi or Ti first. If it's a subconscious function already (as Jung writes) then it stands to reason that it won't be easily visible in these types. Perhaps you find you only get these 'typical' Ne moments occasionally when you are focused on something important to you? That seems to be the way INxPs I know function.

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    ENTJ - The Executives

    This is primarily why I believe myself to be Ji dominant. I have a much quieter Ne then what I understand most Ne dominants have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IonOfAeons View Post
    Similar to how an INFP friend of mine says he feels. He spent a long time thinking he might be ISFP instead, but Ne just seems to fit him better because he makes some beautiful connections at times. I'm actually fairly sure, having at last been able to identify a few real-world INxP types that Ne-auxiliary is often greatly exaggerated here, some of the anecdotes people give are either more Ne-dom indicative or just blown out of proportion.

    Ne IS quiet in INxPs, it has to pass through the mesh of Fi or Ti first. If it's a subconscious function already (as Jung writes) then it stands to reason that it won't be easily visible in these types. Perhaps you find you only get these 'typical' Ne moments occasionally when you are focused on something important to you? That seems to be the way INxPs I know function.
    Yeah I've actually considered for a second the fact that I could be an ISFP, but I figure there's no way that's possible considering the fact that I've scored as a fairly strong N on all the MBTI tests (75% or more) I have taken. I am also certainly not an in-the-moment type of person as an Se user would be. My Ne is very active, but yes I do think it's more a matter of me not communicating my ideas and the connections I make all that often to the public. Because Ne is more idea oriented as opposed to the action/in-the-moment oriented Se it can seem more removed, especially if the Ne user does not intend to reveal these ideas or adjust their outward behavior accordingly.

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    I feel like my Ne is becoming quieter with age. I wonder if this is normal? It used to scream at people when I was younger. =P
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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Quote Originally Posted by ReflecTcelfeR View Post
    This is primarily why I believe myself to be Ji dominant. I have a much quieter Ne then what I understand most Ne dominants have.
    What the heck is Ji?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pizal View Post
    What the heck is Ji?
    Introverted Judging.
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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Quote Originally Posted by phantom_cat View Post
    Introverted Judging.
    Judging is a function type. Te, Ti, Fi, and Fe are judging functions. Perceirving functions are Se, Si, Ne, Ni. Perceiver's main function is a perceiving function and judgers main function is a judging function. There is no Ji though. As an ENFP my main function is Ne a perceiving function. If I were an ENFJ my main function would be Fe and judging function. There are really four kinds of judgers and four kinds of perceivers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pizal View Post
    Judging is a function type. Te, Ti, Fi, and Fe are judging functions. Perceirving functions are Se, Si, Ne, Ni. Perceiver's main function is a perceiving function and judgers main function is a judging function. There is no Ji though. As an ENFP my main function is Ne a perceiving function. If I were an ENFJ my main function would be Fe and judging function. There are really four kinds of judgers and four kinds of perceivers.
    I believe @phantom_cat is aware of those functions. Ji is just a more general term used to refer to the Introverted Judging functions, Ti and Fi. Just as Pi refers to the Introverted Perceiving functions, Si and Ni. Je represents Te and Fe, and Pe, Fe and Ne. So you as an EP would be Dominant Pe and Auxiliary Ji. You more specifically as an ENFP would be a Dominant Ne and Auxiliary Fi as you are used to hearing.
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