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    I've come back from riding and I was thinking, hey I wonder how an Se person would experience the same thing i am. I would say that the way I handle myself in sporting situations is largely "intuitive".. i hope that makes sense. I kind of move based on hunches. Do you think that any sporting activity will build one's Se (make you use it more) or do you think that if you have an Se polr you'll continue to use Ne instead?

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    I wouldn't expect many responses. It's fairly generic...I mean, Se != sports, and anyone can act intuitively in an activity. I would add something, but I can't think of anything.

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    well i would think playing hockey for example would require use of Se more than taking a bath would "require" it. One's better off taking advantage of the situation by greater use of Si. Also, you've got to not be timid in pressure you apply in riding anyway. I feel like when i do sports I see where I am weak. So i felt like, the more i do it, the less weak i will become or something.

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    hockey would require more athleticism than taking a bath. it wouldn't require more of a specific mode of information processing, namely the external statics of objects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by strrrng View Post
    hockey would require more athleticism than taking a bath. it wouldn't require more of a specific mode of information processing, namely the external statics of objects.
    I agree.

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    Heh, uh..yes. A function is an abstract representation of information processing. How does one particular function (such as Se, which looks at the external statics of objects of information) make someone inclined towards sports (which is such a broad area that has SOOOOO many different aspects and sooo many different TYPES of sports, which use so many different types of skills)?

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    BEST WAY TO BUILD SE:

    Well I am back. How's everyone? Don't have as much time now, but glad to see some of the old gang are still here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suomea View Post
    Hmmmmm.... might not understand what != means........ thought what he was trying to say was Se=Sports and I was trying to disagree with that. Guess != means does not equal. I'm not hip enough to understand all the abbreviations anymore i suppose hehe.
    haha yeah != means "doesn't equal". So then I guess we agree on the original point

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