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This is a discussion on ENFPS - Do You Dislike Camping? within the ENFP Forum - The Inspirers forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Originally Posted by ai.tran.75 I dont think its Se related - but more Si Si takes in the 5 senses ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ai.tran.75 View Post
    I dont think its Se related - but more Si
    Si takes in the 5 senses whereas Se acts it out
    I think any function can play into enjoying the outdoor or camping - Se enjoys quick fast outward gratification which is different than enfp a enjoy scenery - but perhaps it's just me

    I like taking in the view - the smell - the warmth of the fire during night time and the light breeze of wind morning time
    Getting lost within thoughts day dreaming or reading on the hammock during the day time
    Gathering around with friends around the campfire playing truth or dare or 2 truth and 1 lie ( no function can describe that)

    Whereas my husband enjoys hunting - archery shooting down glass bottles .
    My esfp cousin hates camping and prefer the beach along with many Sp users I know

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    Actually, from an Se users POV, that is rather inaccurate.

    If we are to boil it down to it's essence, "sensing" is about bodily senses.
    It's not so much about acting something out, as it is about taking something [e.g. an experience] in.

    Se is drawn to the intensity of the experience. (low stacked Se - more easily overwhelmed - I believe)

    Si on the other hand is more on the personal (or subjective) experience the object/experience creates.

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    On a different note, I love camping to. Even if it may be a bit more rugged, I sleep better in a tent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eu_citzen View Post
    Actually, from an Se users POV, that is rather inaccurate.

    If we are to boil it down to it's essence, "sensing" is about bodily senses.
    It's not so much about acting something out, as it is about taking something [e.g. an experience] in.

    Se is drawn to the intensity of the experience. (low stacked Se - more easily overwhelmed - I believe)

    Si on the other hand is more on the personal (or subjective) experience the object/experience creates.

    _________________________

    On a different note, I love camping to. Even if it may be a bit more rugged, I sleep better in a tent.
    Tent snuggling is always the best.

    See my Si at work, attaching personal experience to an object or moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sour Roses View Post
    Oh, but don't you wish you knew?
    INFJ and a pilot? Quick, run for it. I'll try to save you from all the ENFPs picking up the scent of a female INFJ willing to fly them to travels unseen. You would be like the perfect mate. lol When they start to catch on you'll be doomed.




    Just kidding. Think of them as fluffy bunnies throwing themselves at you. Nothing to really be alarmed at.
    Last edited by NIHM; 05-31-2019 at 03:41 PM.
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