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    Default Repressed Sensation (Se) for Ni dominants

    I have a hypothesis: the danger of repressed sensation (Se) for introverted intuitive (Ni) dominants is delusions.

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    unrestrained imagination has its consequences.

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    I would also kind of think the opposite is true as well. Though, that article, and I assume, you, talk about physical disturbances caused by mental delusions. I think Se delusions because of inferior Ni are mental delusions caused by "physical"(that is, life events) disturbances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ouronis View Post
    I would also kind of think the opposite is true as well. Though, that article, and I assume, you, talk about physical disturbances caused by mental delusions. I think Se delusions because of inferior Ni are mental delusions caused by "physical"(that is, life events) disturbances.
    The article basically suggests a misalignment between belief and sensory perception.

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    Quote Originally Posted by left 4 dead View Post
    The article basically suggests a misalignment between belief and sensory perception.
    I know, I'm breaking it down a bit further

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