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  1. [INFP] Synaesthesia Anyone?

    INFP Forum - The Idealists
    I had a conversation with a friend a while back and we both said that we are able to experience colours more than just vision: hearing, tasting and feeling. The science behind it is that the stimulation of one sensory leads to an uncontrolled experience with a second sensory. I think it's...
  2. [INTP] Do you find yourself, as an INTP, moving...........

    INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    Do you find yourself, as an INTP, moving your lips like you are speaking but without sound emanating from your mouth just moments before you actually speak the words? I remember as a child my brother asking me why I would speak, or rather move my lips, without saying anything, only to say the...
  3. [ENFP] Are You Sensitive to Light and Sound and Touch?

    ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    One of my very strange reactions to things is that if I'm suddenly exposed to bright light (usually sunlight), then it's like my mind decides to go to sleep mode. I immediately feel drowsy and it's almost like there's a sensory overload. The same with music. I like my music volume to be very low...
  4. [INTP] Music as an Ideal INTP Interest?

    INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    My experience: So, the typical INTP careers are scientists, mathematicians, engineers, theorizers, strategic planners, and teachers. I'm very INTP and, without a doubt, Thinking as opposed to Feeling. When I was young, I wanted to be a judge, a veterinarian, or a scientist like my dad - all...
  5. MBTI+9 (3 somatotype * 3 representational systems)

    General Psychology
    MBTI+9 refers to expanding the current MBTI system to also include the three somatotypes, with the three representational systems (sight, hearing, tasting+touching+smelling). This gives nine sub-types in personality (3x3), which ties with the nine Enneagram types, so there might be a certain...
  6. Strobos

    Blog
    I get asked what having synesthesia is like fairly often, so here are some thoughts I put down in a topic about it. I have sound-color synesthesia - that is, I "see" the colors of sound. No, it doesn't tint my vision or anything like that. I see colors in my head, just like you do if I asked...
  7. [INTJ] My personality system

    INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    This is my system that i put up for debate/argument. A person lives through sensation (touch, taste, smell, sound, vision, propriecitation eg balance). sensation can either be mental (imagination, inner speech etc) or real (eg actually looking at this screen or drinking something etc) - aka...
  8. [ENFP] Good dance songs?

    ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    I know... I JUST posted a thread about music but... For me, I am weird with dance music... Some of it is absolutely amazing and I can't stop listening to the songs. Other dance songs sound like an alien that sang AND rubbed their butt all over a sound effect board and published it. *pauses to...
  9. [ENFP] ENFP voicesss!

    ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    Record your ENFP voice! I wanna hear your lovelyy voices haha(: http://vocaroo.com/?media=vLeoOqCTyKYH1NfOS Here is my voice... it's soooo freaking squeaky and high haha...
  10. [ISTJ] Wacky ways you use your 5 senses!

    ISTJ Forum - The Duty Fulfillers
    After noticing odd ways I take in data using my 5 senses, I have yet to find common ground with a few of my friends. I wanted to see how many others use their senses in odd ways. (I didn’t post this in the SJ forum area because of the low traffic on that forum) What clever ways do you use your...
  11. So why do INTJ types get a bad rap ? Just feels that way maybe .

    Intro
    I'm new to this forum , so I thought I'd toss a softball out there . I've only recently delved into the personality typing through an MBTI , and the type INTJ comes up each time I test . It seems to apply amazingly to me and it was nice to find groups to relate to , as my type tends to...
  12. [INFJ] What do people think of your voice?

    INFJ Forum - The Protectors
    I've noticed that INFJ's tend to have a low and soft speaking voice. I've been told that I have a maternal sounding voice that's very no nonsense. I mumble terribly and have wonky English pronunciation skills despite it being my first language. On a good day I sound like Mr.Rogers. On a bad day...
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