Do you guys ever notice how utterly unaware of the world you can be. I think I experience the world in this sort of very indirect way. I don't usually like to do things and would rather sit and think. If I do them though, it usually just ends up fine and I don't end up caring. For example I will get assigned a task that I assume annoy me, but I end up just doing it. I assume it will change my life, like when I volunteered for a winter festival, but in the end I hardly noticed it most of the time. If I do something I have to do it, it's almost like it just gets done. It's as if these things just slide by me. Even when I'm actively participating in something like Scoccer during Psy. Ed. I am still sort of in my own world. I will kick the ball around and participate but am still in my own thoughts about the game. I will notice certain things like where the ball is but not the bigger picture like where everyone else is. Even if I think of "sensory" exprice like riding on a train. I tend to think of it in this very poetic way like what they atmosphere is and such. It is hard to explain. There are times where I can be pretty in the moment like shouting for my teammates to pass in Scoccer last Psy. Ed. but it will still all be in the realm of thoughts and ideas of what should be done. This has lead to some problems though somethimes like being unaware of my surroundings, to the point where I stubbed my toe so hard into a zucchini I shoved some of the skin into my toe, while trying to lean over to get a look at the rice cooker for leftovers. I think this maybe due to INFPs having no Se, and only tertiary Si. Is there anything I can do to improve this, or is this just how I am. Even Te is just thoughts/plans not really sensory awareness, I think ,but maybe I'm wrong.