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  1. Ni users - how do you cognitively process your intuition?

    Myers Briggs Forum
    Intuitive Types - how do you mentally "process" your intuition? I'm curious how you think or process your intuition before you act on it? How do you recognize and/validate your "intuitive insights"? Using the analogy of a news editor, I would describe my intuition as that slightly unhinged...
  2. [ENFJ] What is Intuition?

    ENFJ Forum - The Givers
    Hi ENFJs! I'm testing an hypothesis. Please tell me to what degree (25%, 50%, 75% or 90% of the time) that this is your experience of acquiring knowledge on a day-to-day using intuition: "Intuition is the ability to acquire knowledge without proof, evidence, or conscious reasoning, or without...
  3. [ENTP] What is Intuition?

    ENTP Forum- The Visionaries
    Hi ENTPs, I'm testing an hypothesis. Please tell me to what degree (25%, 50%, 75% or 90% of the time) that this is your experience of acquiring knowledge on a day-to-day using intuition: "Intuition is the ability to acquire knowledge without proof, evidence, or conscious reasoning, or without...
  4. [INTJ] What is Intuition?

    INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    Hi INTJs, I'm testing an hypothesis. Please tell me to what degree (25%, 50%, 75% or 90% of the time) that this is your experience of acquiring knowledge on a day-to-day using intuition: "Intuition is the ability to acquire knowledge without proof, evidence, or conscious reasoning, or without...
  5. [INFJ] What is Intuition?

    INFJ Forum - The Protectors
    Hi INFJs, I'm testing an hypothesis. Please tell me to what degree (25%, 50%, 75% or 90% of the time) that this is your experience of acquiring knowledge on a day-to-day using intuition: "Intuition is the ability to acquire knowledge without proof, evidence, or conscious reasoning, or without...
  6. [ENTJ] What is Intuition?

    ENTJ Forum - The Executives
    Hi ENTJs, I'm testing an hypothesis. Please tell me to what degree (25%, 50%, 75% or 90% of the time) that this is your experience of acquiring knowledge on a day-to-day using intuition: "Intuition is the ability to acquire knowledge without proof, evidence, or conscious reasoning, or without...
  7. The ISFP vs INFP debate

    What's my personality type?
    I am confused or whether not I'm a INFP or ISFP(might be ISFJ). People see both Se and Ne in me and I see both in myself. I am dreadful at sports and am pretty clumsy overall. However, I do enjoy a lot of traditionally Se/sensor things. I like challenging myself by eating spicy foods, I love...
  8. Confused-I feel more introverted but I use a bunch of Ne

    What's my personality type?
    1) What aspect of your personality made you unsure of your type? I feel like(and have been told) I use Ne more. I've identified as INFP, but the ENFPs order of functions seems to fit me more. I'm very curious, open-minded, lost in my world of possibilities, and love trying new things! I know...
  9. [INFJ] How the Netflix series "Dirk Gently" helped me understad my Ni

    INFJ Forum - The Protectors
    Hello dear INFJ Community, I want to wish you a good 2019 first may all your dreams come true and you and your families may be healthy. =) So I watched the last weeks the series "Dirk Gently" on Netflix and I really enjoyed it and I am watching it for the third time right now. I will not spoil...
  10. Knowing Why and How: Ni or Ti?

    Cognitive Functions
    I've been thinking of Ni as detailed, organized ideas and possibilities; Ti as personal understanding of why/how something works. But some people have been describing Ni as understanding the why/how as well. So if someone is primarily interested in understanding why/how something works, are they...
  11. ENFP Here, Wondering if INFJ Co-Worker Likes Me

    NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers
    Hey everyone!! So I've actually been reading INFJ forums a lot to try and get an idea of how an INFJ would act around someone if they had romantic interest in them, and reading certain threads has been super informative and helpful yet I'm still second guessing myself. I'm sure I won't get a...
  12. Inferior Functions vs Unhealthy Dominant/Auxiliary Functions??

    Cognitive Functions
    How can you tell whether someone is using an inferior function or an unhealthy version of their dominant/auxiliary function? For example, if someone is emotionally unstable and consistently avoiding certain things in life in order to preserve their state of well-being and keep a happy emotional...
  13. A Difference between Intuitive and Sensing

    Myers Briggs Forum
    I’m not confirming that this is 100% reliable for typing, but I think it may help for those in doubt. Some behavior that I have noticed that points out the difference between the intuition and the sensing is: Intuitives like novelty, and any type can be interested in novelty, but intuitives...
  14. Let's make it clear. What is Ni REALLY doing?

    Cognitive Functions
    I have read a lot of description about Ni. Some descriptions was about : Information absorbing, Predict the outcomes, Look behind things, Looking for the absolute meaning of something, Timeless / Universal thinking. In the other hand, some descriptions was about: Aha moments, abrah-kadabrah...
  15. Is reading a book (or reading anything in general) an example of Ne or Ni?

    Cognitive Functions
    Is reading a book (or reading anything in general) an example of Ne or Ni? Or does it have anything to do with cognitive functions at all?
  16. [INFJ] Advice For How To Help Struggling People

    INFJ Forum - The Protectors
    It's something that I've been wondering for a long time now. INFJs are known to be counselors and advisors and really good at knowing how to help those who are struggling. However, I constantly don't feel this, I have friends that I know have personal struggles daily with mental health issues...
  17. Real-life examples of Ne and Ni?

    Cognitive Functions
    I understand that Ne "gathers" abstract ideas and possibilities spontaneously, while Ni "organizes" abstract ideas and possibilities and is therefore more focused and orderly than Ne. But what exactly does it mean to "gather" or "organize" abstract ideas? What are some examples of how these look...
  18. Ne, Ni, Se, Si, and attention span?

    Cognitive Functions
    Does having a strong Se function contribute to having a good attention span and maintaining focus for long periods of time during lectures, reading, and anything happening in the external environment? How do each of these perceiving functions contribute to focus, concentration, problem-solving...
  19. Dominant and Auxiliary Functions: how they work together?

    Cognitive Functions
    Just curious to see if my current understanding of the dominant and auxiliary functions makes sense/is appropriate: Lead Judging (focused on understanding info/ideas) Dominant Te = goal is to interact with the external world to understand unbiased (often objective) reasons With auxiliary Si =...
  20. what is actually S-N? The drawing line-

    Myers Briggs Forum
    Okay, i kept thinking... if sensing is focused on details and their senses and intuitives on symbols then i don't see why sensors can't be interested in the future and intuitives in the past. personally, i meet this person, i get this feeling/vibe 'i'm going to have a lot to do with this person'...
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