Ti, to me, is crazy Excel spreadsheets about things nobody should use excel for in the real world... How much milk you *think* your infant drank, which is frustratingly unmeasurable because it was from the "tap." I have a friend who did this to his poor wife...
Oh, I guess I can't insert images via phone. Darn. I had a few.
Most every Ne-lead I've known has felt like they're all the types, or type-less. But that's because they can see the possibilities/potentialities of most every option. Ironically it's their very type making them question what type they are, endlessly. Hence why they're so often mistyped and bounce around different typings on occasion.
Auburn , that's what I've always thought, but watching these videos, I just don't think I look like any of those people. And knowing them in real life... I feel much more grounded, less bouyant. I do, however, obsess over possibilities. I make an instant decision, but I won't go with it until I've explored all four corners of the earth. Then 97% of the time I go back to my first instinct. It's exhausting. But so fuuuuuuuuun. It nearly kills me to think linearly. My mini-me is the way, and his dad and I.... How did you feel about boarding school? lol.
I do notice, however, I am more linear when I am moving around. Then I sit down and lose my train of thought (and there is, of course, the interwebz). I once wrote a paper standing up because I got excited. But I think my mom's Si-obsessing and narrating is contagious. The way you describe Si is very different from other systems, and I really relate to it. I was the sage child, always moralizing, but it could be just because it was just me and my mom at home and that's all I knew. I was wise by Christian standards and and "old soul," by New age standards, different from the Ne's you see.
Alerith , I love the last two you posted! It totally reminds me of the ultimate Ji story, The Little Prince. Why didn't I think of this one before?! Dude, I wanted to ride a comet - by catching it with a butterfly net like he did - soooo badly when I was a kid. I'm still kinda disappointed about that.