Number 4 seems the most likely to me. I rarely see a correct description of Ni around here. People just seem to be describing some vague romanticised quality they've identified in themselves which they then attempt to pass off as a description of the function. It just creates further confusion.All of these replies are identical to myself. So either:
1. I'm an INTP with strong Ni
2. I'm an INFJ
3. Ni and Ti are twins
4. You guys aren't describing Ni, you're misidentifying and explaining another function.
5. Some of you guys are mistyped and are really INTP, but good social skills are clouding your judgment so you think you're NF.
We really need to figure this out. As of now, I don't see any way to tell an INTP from an INFJ apart.
It's a good question, but I don't know that I understand it. I also feel like I Ni is elusive to understanding. Just when I think I know what it is, it slips away and I forget what it is. I seem to understand it only through comparison.Hello.
I'm wanting to know what you've based your Ni on and how it grows. For example is it through a spiritual foundation, or scientific, etc? I am curious because I want to understand INFJs and Ni better. Thanks.