With Keirsey I'm an SP or NT and when I watch his videos, I identify most strongly with SP, though I'm not an artist in any sense.
This is something I just came across:
Five Lenses of Type | lindaberens.com
"Fifth Lens—Systemic Influences
The fifth lens is not really a single lens, but a recognition that we are living systems operating within living systems and there are other systemic influences beside type that inform our identities and our behaviors..... Some of the systemic influences come from within the system and thus other models are helpful such as Dario Nardi’s model of Life-Themes. Each of these eight Life-Themes – Physical, Creative, Establishment, Community, Academic, Entrepreneurial, Political, Growth – colors our types. Thus an ESFP with a Growth Life-Theme might look more like an ENFP and one with an Establishment Life-Theme might look like an ESFJ.19 So many varieties of type to enjoy! If you don’t know about these other models, then you can be hindered in your ability to help others clarify their type."
I don't like having to look outside MBTI since the method should work without outside help, but maybe something like the above is going on with me. That would explain my strong orientation to the present and the gut feeling that I'm SP and would also allow me to be on the edge of SP or ESFP, more toward ENFP beliefs and non-conformity. It's always possible my T came from my discouragement with people and a strong push in my childhood and throughout my adulthood to be T.
This is all just a guess as to why I seem to bounce all over the place with regard to MBTI. :D