Do you think its possible that personalities grow numb to their own base function?
For example: I spent most of my teen years doing fast paced extreme sports, video games, etc. These all got boring, and eventually I dropped the expensive addictive sensory stimulating activities and went for more "meaningful" experiences.
As an Se dom, I also experience pressure of objects around me at all times. I can sense their trajectories, pressures, weights, textures, viscosity etc. For this reason cafeterias make me nearly autistic because everything is wet and you don't know what anything is but I can sense it all around me. When I was young, I used to get very powerful pleasing sensations when staring through colored glass. I'd hold transparent lego pieces up to my eyes to make the world a different color, I'd look through grape soda bottles to see the distorted colored reality. As the years progressed these pleasing sensations dropped until at this point I almost never feel them anymore. I used to have this daydream where I'd sit in a black hallway with colored columns that lit the hallway and cast diamonds of green light on the ground while a deep bass hum reverberated in the background. These sorts of pure sensory experiences no longer come to me anymore as I get older. I did it again recently and focussed on the colors really hard, and actually managed to artificially get that excited feeling I used to get. But its still very hard to accomplish.
I know several Feeling dominant personalities who will watch extremely fucked up anime's and listen to music that is "disturbing" simply because it makes them feel SOMETHING.
Do you think its possible that personalities eventually grow bored of their base function and try to experience other things? If so, is there anything similar you experience?