Post by iwearnomask on Aug 22, 2018 14:32:56 GMT -5
Auburn I got a question for you, others can chime in as well.
What do you imagine the psychology of SeTi II-I to be like? i'm curious, and i don't think it'll be covered in your upcoming SeTi write-up (II-I examples seem to be in rare supply).
Also in general, what exactly does Ni conscious add to a Se dom other than more laid back fluidity? And how do we make the distinction from an Se dom fetishizing the Ni polar function?
btw this is Emeka, SeTi-Ti enneagram friend of simonemusic (Joseph) . I've been curious about the possibility that i may or may not have Ni conscious, in addition to Ti. I've realized that what i thought might've been Ni symbolism in me could just be Ti consciousness trying to define existence - Ti philosophy. But i'd really like to see what the interplay between the Se/Ti/Ni functions would look like.
I think this is a really good question, and I do have some thoughts to share Although I'm still gathering data from places like this thread: cognitivetype.boards.net/thread/2036/setis-ni (feel free to pitch in your answers! maybe we can start seeing patterns)
Post by iwearnomask on Sept 11, 2018 16:02:30 GMT -5
Looking forward to it. My thoughts so far on SeTi II-I are that having both Ti-Ni conscious would make for the most abstract and internally oriented SeTi, and one prone to mysticism. Like a non-empirical mystical Ti-Ni model of human nature, like the enneagram. And maybe the SeTi II-I looks to explore or create sensual experiences that embody nuanced Ti-Ni inner worlds.
staring into the abyss of the unknown, watching a world in collapse, i laugh