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    Probably a keystone hint that someone is a Si dominant is if they're able to reflect, in-depth, about some sort of physical experience (even if it's "experience" in a very loose sense, such as a single song (SiFe example, most likely)). Strong Si means they'd have a high-resolution imprint of the Si information in such an experience, to the degree where there's enough clarity to relive it and convey everything that was picked up.

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    I think of it as more of something that is deep and all-encompassing by itself such that it needs no further reflection. It's a very profound kind of information that is readily available to anyone that simply tunes in to it.

    (i.e. it's a Focal when Accepting; immediately available to full comprehension; no need to go into an elaborate "Creating" phase to get at it)

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    Sorry, I meant in a conversational context. "If a person is capable of relating an experience" etc etc.

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    As in the Si dominant has such a high-resolution imprint on tap that they can time warp and walk through the experience in replay mode.

    Left to my own devices I'm unlikely to do that for myself, obviously. I tend toward synthesising experiences in my head, and either leave it there or plan t go out and assimilate them if I'm in the mood.

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    Probably because Si, by definition of Sensing, is an in-the-moment state of mind.

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    Yeah, I am def not Si ego, lol. Im not being sarcastic here, I just dont have an "in the here and now state of mind" and never have.

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