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    Quote Originally Posted by SisOfNight View Post
    A great fire burns within me, but no one stops to warm themselves at it, and passers-by only see a wisp of smoke.
    – Vincent Van Gogh

    How about this one?
    I think it could also apply to So/Sx. It nicely expresses the Sx instinct being slightly hidden underneath the dominant instinct.
    Sounds super E5 more than anything. Doesn't seem particularly So at all. It's hard to gain any real context in such a small quote anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Galen View Post
    Sounds super E5 more than anything. Doesn't seem particularly So at all. It's hard to gain any real context in such a small quote anyway.
    I wasn't saying this quote was referring to So…
    But to how Sx as a second instinct might play out. As a fire that is underneath the surface, and on the outside, barely noticeable (at first).

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    sp/sx = death and plants, got it

    reminds me of the golgari

    "The best funeral shroud is a fabric of new life"





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    Santa Muerte.

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    DEATH AND PLANTS
    ALL IS DEATH AND PLANTS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Galen View Post
    DEATH AND PLANTS
    ALL IS DEATH AND PLANTS
    now you get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radio View Post
    now you get it.
    Now that we've solved one stacking can we move on to the next?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SisOfNight View Post



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    i love like a sweaty, dust-smeared miner. not like a bank teller counting coins. but some people were born without screaming and blood. life is more arduous and filthy here under the ground but i have the pride of one who works with their hands. i will rub your face in the dirt and you will take in the green smell of earth or you will quickly run to sterilize your pristine skin. let me lick you clean.

    (something i wrote last night cuz im craycrayy)

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    not sure about this one ..but I can't relate it to any other stack.

    "she lay on the bank/the wind lied as a thief/ and I kissed her goodbye/said all beauty must die...."



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    "
    SO blindspot: Strengths that arise from this can include highly personal work, combining the tools of SP structuring with SX intensity. Lush, vivid, sensual, or confessional. But a lack of access to common archetypes or shared cultural symbols, or an inability to read the audience for anything other than the magnetic energy they bring, can lead to solipsistic, narcissistic work. There may be short-sightedness or tunnel vision, an ignorance of the big picture or a lack of perspective. An inability to translate personal material can cause a disconnect between artist and audience. These types might claim not to be concerned with outside opinions, dismissing those who don't "get it" even though the rejection hurts.

    sp/sx especially tends to grow claustrophobic, moody, inaccessible in their work. SP formatting plus a lack of SO dialogue can alienate a potential audience. Sometimes this is intentional, and a sp/sx creator may throw out some nonsensical meaningless work just to force other people to deal with it, to trick them into thinking there's a hidden message under all those damp, impenetrable layers. Not all sp/sx creators resort to this and many do have an intended purpose to their work, which they are likely to actively obscure rather than explain.

    Left to incubate, sp/sx work can grow thick, heavy, obscured by structure, hard to follow.

    At first the social instinct is used only to expose the underbelly or the inner workings behind facades. When it begins to be integrated, a once clumsy or cynical blanket-statement commentary on the outer world can deepen, and compassion for distant subject matter develops."

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    ^ so/sp clip

    So/Sp expression style: Tangential. Lots of details and analysis. Very in-their-head and intellectual, and lacks sensuality. Comes across as level-headed and unspontaneous, but also with personal warmth. Their written works often require a great deal of mental concentration from the readers.

    I didn't recollect the scene so I've looked it up, and for sure it was directed by Jean Luc-Godard, the prototypical so/sp.

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    "Wild Flower"
    Artist: Jon Swartz

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    “In the end one loves one’s desire and not what is desired.”

    —F. Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil

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    Quote Originally Posted by SisOfNight View Post


    by the kind of pics you post, i wouldn't be surprised if you were sp/sx ....there's a focus on darker and more "lonesome" qualities in most of them ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solaris View Post
    by the kind of pics you post, i wouldn't be surprised if you were sp/sx ....there's a focus on darker and more "lonesome" qualities in most of them ...
    Well, I am a Type 4, so I like darker images… and I have finally realized what Sp/Sx is all about. ^-^
    I'm still very So/Sx.

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    She tells her love while half asleep
    In the dark hours,
    With half-words whispered low:
    As Earth stirs in her winter sleep
    And puts out grass and flowers
    Despite the snow,
    Despite the falling snow.

    – Robert Graves

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    Quote Originally Posted by SisOfNight View Post
    Well, I am a Type 4, so I like darker images… and I have finally realized what Sp/Sx is all about. ^-^
    I'm still very So/Sx.
    maybe. why don't you start the thread for so/sx then .... that's another stack a bit mysterious for me, but much more flowery&sparkly than so/sp.

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    sp/sx has a self-undermining undertow current. That slow slurping sucking sound in the basement. Curls them into themselves, and actually away from outer resources (soc-world). The lack of air makes the pool stagnant; it festers, expands/ferments, gets hotter and hotter. Self-destructs more than sp/so as their dark side turns into a roadshow. Emergence of archaic and crude expressions of enneagram type not uncommon.

    sp/sx: Imagine a garden-like place where semi-eroticised psycho-emotional nudity is exchanged....two people in an intimate space, sharing the same apple, transferrring saliva and experiencing the cool inside of the fruit together, simultaneously. [This is sexual-second-ness.] ...At the same time, in the jungle of neurotic overemphasis, the boundary between you and other 'animals' is the imperative need, always on alert. The combined stew of these elements creates a certain style of vigilence and agitation.

    The sexual energy, because of its underbelly of polar reactivity, smolders and some portion of it eventually sours in the tightly-sealed container (it's not given free flow); the bacteria creates a second burgeoning culture that presses at the seams, swelling with a fever. And because social is last, there's an unintelligence about how it looks from the outside, so 'the problem', in contrast to sp/so irritiability, takes on more offbeat forms, which tends to 'lose people'....without the loss fully registering.

    Sx in sp/sx strikes me as a certain kind of problem. It's a wet mess; a flame flaring up against its own will, brightening tall with exhibitionism and expanding red in shame. Imagine a fire beginning next to you, and your impulse is to extinguish it with a bucket of kerosene. Imagine not being able to un-know that that's how fires are put out, and the continual historical aftermaths left in your wake.


    an example of sp/sx 'festering' (ESI-Fi sp/sx)


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    It can't be hard to find a way to make your mark
    Just light yourself on fire,
    I'll sound a smoke alarm
    Still life will pass you by
    You're gone without a trace
    Might slow down just enough
    To spit right in your face

    Goodbye and so long
    Now it's time to say goodbye
    It might be time to say goodbye

    That's entertainment son
    You know your death ain't news
    We love an accident
    Well I'd love to know it's you
    I spent three dollars on
    These non-stick garden gloves
    So I could bury you without blistering

    They don't miss you at all
    They think you're an asshole
    p . . . a . . . n . . . d . . . o . . . r . . . a
    trad metalz | (more coming)

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    Maybe? Embodies contra flows. One of my super favourite images.

    scribbles in the dark

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    Photograph by Ryan McGinley for Edun Spring 2012 Ad Campaign

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    “My typology is . . . not in any sense to stick labels on people at first sight. It is not a physiognomy and not an anthropological system, but a critical psychology dealing with the organization and delimitation of psychic processes that can be shown to be typical.”​ —C.G. Jung

     



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    sp/sx drunk late night cooking from vending machines (which could be called the "underworld" of cooking)

    this video reminded me of this quote: "Sx in sp/sx strikes me as a certain kind of problem. It's a wet mess; a flame flaring up against its own will, brightening tall with exhibitionism and expanding red in shame. Imagine a fire beginning next to you, and your impulse is to extinguish it with a bucket of kerosene. Imagine not being able to un-know that that's how fires are put out, and the continual historical aftermaths left in your wake."


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