For me it’s the emotional journey that’s interesting rather than the logical: noticing the risings and fallings of how such logical contradictions and resolutions feels internally

For me it’s the emotional journey that’s interesting rather than the logical: noticing the risings and fallings of how such logical contradictions and resolutions feels internally

Ok from another site: Ok, I’m literally doing what it’s saying right now at present. Guess it’s true.
“When you’re in touch with this side of your personality type, you ask yourself questions like:
“Is there another way of looking at this?”
“What other possibilities are there?”
“Is there a connection I’m not seeing?”
“What new ideas does this generate in my mind?”
“What could I do with this?”
“Is there a new way to approach this?””
 tertiary. Oh dear. Yeah, this is so. Sometimes excessively. INFP
The INFPs tertiary function is their introverted sensing (Si), and being in the third placement does make it present itself in somewhat unexpected ways. INFPs are often seen as creative and emotionally driven people, who don’t like remaining stagnant. While the INFP does enjoy seeking out new experiences, there are times when they will actually be afraid of stepping out of their comfort zone. Their Si can cause the INFP to be drawn to the things they know and are at ease with. INFP have moments where they can become trapped in this feeling of not wanting to take too many risks. This often happens subconsciously, as the INFP continues to go about their day with the usual habits they have developed over time.

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my inferior:
“Extraverted thinking is a function which focuses on facts and logic, where as the INFP makes choices based on morals and inner belief systems. This doesn’t not mean they are illogical people and cannot process facts, they just don’t want this way of thinking to control or rule how they respond to the world. Instead INFPs are very focused on doing the right thing, and filter everything through their own internal set of ideals and morals.”
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