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  1. INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    Hey all. I have a book titled Timelines for Everything (a Smithsonian picture encyclopedic book) which documents "13 billion years" of historical events and I'm working towards committing it all (events and dates) to memory in the space of 6 months or less. It just occurred to me how grandiose...
  2. INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    Hello, I'm looking for help, maybe from any type but particularly other INTP's on how strong your "memory" is... maybe Si, but I don't want to dismiss what memory Ni has either. I don't really know many other INTP's, and even if I did... we probably wouldn't talk enough to discuss how well we...
  3. Blog
    My fish Jim Stone, who I have kept for a year and a half has passed away. He died on my 23rd birthday, and I want to take up some web space to talk about him. Jim was the best fish I've ever owned. For one and a half years, Jim was my faithful best finned. The day I picked him up at the store...
  4. ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    I'm SUCH an abstract thinker, I've never been able to remember small details. I leave things at peoples' houses on a regular basis and forget things from home too. But lately I've started forgetting big details and every time I mess up, I just want to check out from life and quit. Right now I'm...
  5. ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    I have an INFJ friend in the US (I'm in Canada) and we send "Marco Polos" aka video messages on our cell phones to each other each day, usually discussing MBTI. She mentioned I seem to have a bad memory, bringing up topics I've already discussed just a few days before. My friends and family...
  6. Member Polls
    When (should be when instead of what) is your earliest childhood memory? Please write the year you were born and MBTI
  7. INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    Despite what’s said about intps and tertiary Si, when it comes to knowing yourself, do you feel like you have a good or bad memory? Especially in terms of not putting in a conscious effort to remember something, do you find it easy to recall things.
  8. ISTJ Forum - The Duty Fulfillers
    What is the first thing that comes to mind when recalling a memory/experience? Do you remember feelings/events/sensory details/people/things you've said/a train of thought? I'm an INTJ who has been trying to understand how the two types (INTJ and ISTJ) might remember things differently through...
  9. INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    What is the first thing that comes to mind when recalling a memory/experience? Do you remember feelings/events/sensory details/people/things you've said/a train of thought? Is it completely random?
  10. INFJ Forum - The Protectors
    As I'm studying a good text, the flow of beautiful ideas and wisdom I'm getting, fascinates me, but a little of them are remembered for putting into practice , this may not be type specific, but I think others are stronger on this way. About past memories and happenings is true also, I get a lot...
  11. Cognitive Functions
    Hi. Just wondering if I have some issues with memorisation. People will tell me something that we did, and I don't remember it at all, and when I do think about it after all the detail they can give it feels almost like I am imagining it instead of remembering it. I wonder if this is a problem...
  12. ISFJ Forum - The Nurturers
    Hi again, forums! :kitteh: Just another thing I'm wondering as something that could possibly be common among ISFJs. Do you find yourself sort of relying on writing things down, typing things up, etc. rather than keeping things stored in your head, 'cause you're not quite sure if you'll remember...
  13. Blog
    Why am I remembering this now? I don't know. But I disgress... I remember some kind of event in a town nearby. The "Cantaura Fair". It was religious natured -celebrations for the Virgin of the Flame, one of the many reported sightings of Virgin Mary-, and despite everything I have the fondest...
  14. INFJ Forum - The Protectors
    Hello there :happy: I'm just reading this book about an ISFJ that almost always feel nostalgic. My best friend, an ISFJ, is also very nostalgic. How about INFJs? Are you nostalgic? I'm not a nostalgic person. I have all types of memories (wonderful, sad, angry, embarrassing, etc.), but...
  15. Type 4 Forum - The Individualist
    I have so many things I would like to discuss with my fellow 4s. But one of the most shocking, or accurate if you like, things I have read about my type is the following: "Take an artistic, romantic orientation to life, creating a beautiful, aesthetic environment to cultivate and prolong...
  16. INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    How good is your memory in terms of: memorizing facts; remembering ideas/theories; remembering things about people; short-term; long-term; overall; And do you make a conscious effort to remember certain things? If so, which ones?
  17. Type 4 Forum - The Individualist
    What is the meaning of deja vu experiences? A few days ago I went to meet a female acquaintance at a beautiful cafe, and as I sat there telling her something, I had this feeling that I have earlier sat at that very spot, at the same time of the day, facing the same woman, telling her the same...
  18. Myers Briggs Forum
    Different people think differently, and also remember differently. How does your memory work? e.g. mine is like a filing cabinet. If I know what I'm looking for, it's easily retrieved, but if I only have a vague idea of what I want, then I'll come up blank. It's great for remembering facts, but...
  19. Cognitive Functions
    Hello! Since five minutes ago I was sure Si was the function responsible for recalling information and nostalgia, but I've read that Jung's description of Si is totally different. So, what is the function responsible for recalling information and nostalgia effect? OBS: post your source(Jung...
  20. INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    I read from somewhere that INTJs don't have that good memory especially with numbers, dates and such. I've been wondering for a some time if that's true with most of us. I personally think I have a quite good memory and I sometimes don't like that fact that much because I can't forget some...
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