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几 jǐ table,
丿 piě slash,
⺄ yǐ second,
木 mù tree,
十 shí ten,
一 yī one,
丨 gǔn line,
八 bā eight,

几 丿⺄ 木十一丨八

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汉字分解。 Decomposition of the Chinese Character 八 bā ‘eight’

丿 piě slash

八丿

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Decomposition of the Chinese character 自 zì ‘self’,

丿 piě slash,
目 mù eye,
冂 jiōng down box,
三 sān three,
一 yī one,
二 èr two

自丿 目 冂 三 一 二

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Hello, I've posted here a couple times. I have INTJ moments, but I concluded that I primarily lean toward INFJ. 

I noticed that INTJ's extraverted sensing function is (like the INFJ) also inferior, so maybe you can help me to understand this experience I had recently (as it's shown to be a pattern in my life in various ways). 


I woke up around midnight feeling hungry a couple nights agoCollapse )



Here are my theories about why this happened (with me): I think I shut down in terms of processing external information when I become intimidated by my ability (or lack of) to interpret the information, in addition to not trusting my own judgments & perceptions. I believe that if I learn to stop being intimidated by information, trust myself through my own perceptions & increased confidence to be able to interpret the information, that I will be able to do so with more ease.

But then I started to wonder if it was related to mbti. Was this a result of inferior extraverted sensing? Or just that I have slow processing speed? I'm slower with interpreting information which is incomplete, implied, and where context is crucial (informal jokes & clever quips & such), but with these same people who are quick to interpret informal quips: I tend to lose them when I clearly & concisely make intellectual or philosophical observations. 

What's going on, here? 

Also, I have a hard time believing that INTJ's are inferior in extraverted sensing. I don't know if it's just an illusion that I'm perceiving, but you guys seem great with piecing together informal quips based on context (and even quickly realizing where it does & doesn't make sense), but you also seem good with intellectual or philosophical observations. At least, those of you here in this community (I've been surprised as of late to meet some judgmental, overly quick thinking INTJ's who come to some really off-base conclusions). 

Some other ideas I've had about remedy-ing this for myself is: confidence in myself, trusting my perceptions, and being okay with taking it slow (as it's better to have a solid base in my perception rather than getting ahead of myself. I.e. a baby doesn't walk before it develops his/her muscles & bones properly). 

I appreciate your thoughts, thanks.





-Sue

 
 
14 January 2012 @ 01:07 pm
Have any of you INTJs ever been accused of being occasionally "moody" by your ISFJ significant others? Since I am not beholden to moods, I find it fascinating dialog from someone who is.
 
 
 
01 January 2012 @ 08:14 pm
Happiness.  It's been a topic of discussion on the blog of fellow INTJ ehowton many times.  ehowton is a happy man.  New INTJ acquaintance, [info]jeroentiggelman, has also said he is generally quite a happy person.  And so am I.  In our separate and various discussions, this has led us all to wonder if being an INTJ gives us a head start toward being happy.

I began researching the characteristics of happy people.  While this website is selling a course that will teach people to be happy, it gives a fairly comprehensive overview of the characteristics of happiness.  There does appear to be some overlap between the traits of happy people and INTJs.  Two in particular jump out at me.  The first one is the INTJ drive to solve problems, which is echoed in the happy person's choice to turn challenges into opportunities.  The second one is the fact that INTJs generally do not require anyone else's approval for a sense of well being and the happy person's habit of enforcing personal boundaries, and not conforming to the demands of society.  There are other personality types that appear to have much difficulty with the latter.

So what do you think?  Do you consider yourself happy?  Do you think our personality traits aid us in this endeavor?
 
 
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20 October 2011 @ 10:56 am
Is anyone here actually accredited in MBTI? What was the process for accredidation like? Why did you get it?
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19 September 2011 @ 01:10 pm
I had my previous PC crash, and it took about a year to get another one
No matter what it says on the User Info page, I am in fact the founder of this here community
I just wanted it on the record
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Current Location: Seattle
Current Mood: peacefulpeaceful
Current Music: Jeff Buckley
 
 
18 August 2011 @ 12:25 pm
I thought WE ruled the world, but this guy says psychopaths do:

http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/mon-may-16-2011/jon-ronson?xrs=share_copy
 
 
29 June 2011 @ 06:51 pm
Hello all.  I am "E", and INXJ.  Wake me up, shake me like a magic 8-ball, and wait to see if I come up T or F for the day.  I wasn't always INXJ, I used to be INFJ and over time the F faded back and the T developed.  Now it's a pretty even split and seems to stay this way.  I do find that I appreciate the strengths of having that T-side around to draw on.  I live with my partners, an INTJ male and an ISTJ female.  It makes for some interesting watching sometimes!  None of us likes to go out but once in a while, we all think too much and we're all certain we're right and everyone else is wrong. 

Not really here for much but taking up time and reading along.  I didn't want to be rude and just lurk though.