Ne is like starting out on a wikipedia page and using it as a static reference point whilst you flick through different pages, sometimes flicking a couple forward, but always going back to the first page.
NI, dynamic - clicking on a link and concentrating on the flow, there is no fixed reference point - the references are a flowing accumulation of the whole past. So that if a correction is made, it goes not from the initial staring point, as Ne does, but will instaed go from any point in the chain.
I suspect I've gotton some bits mixed up - interchanging ideas of Ne/Ni with ideas of Ne and NI types. etc.
Lol, you came up with this revelation while surfing Wikipedia, didn't you?
Or is this Holographic thinking? Maybe a general Static/Dynamic difference?
Originally Posted by somavision
"Come to think of it, there are already a million monkeys on a million typewriters, and the Usenet is NOTHING like Shakespeare!"
- Blair Houghton
Ha Ha - I'm glad we are on the same page.
Originally Posted by tereg
Originally Posted by Brilliand