I'm struggling between N and H.
Just by reading the DCNH theory and type descriptions, I would 95% sure say I am normalizing. Yet normalizing is supposedly the IEI-Fe's, and I am pretty obviously a Ni-sub. I feel like I'm confusing something. I certainly don't relate with being "suspiciously nice" in comparison to normal IEI representatives. (if anything, I think I can be quite aloof, intimidating, cold, selfish (but I hide it well)) Also don't relate with having a "secondary creative" (PoLR).
In writing this and reviewing the literature I'm starting to think more and more that perhaps it's possible I'm harmonizing.
But, just to be clear, how would IEI-N's and IEI-H's differ?
Also, in regards to this-
And the third additional dichotomy is connecting/ignoring.
The level of sensitivity to changes in the environment is assumed to be the basis of this scale. Connectors are very sensitive to such changes, whereas ignorers, as the name suggests, are capable of turning no attention towards this.
What type of environmental changes are we talking about?
Thanks in advance for helping un-confuse me.
What's the purpose of SEI?
Check out my post on videos of IEI dcnh here
Originally Posted by chocolatte
Compare them (especially D and H as contrasted to N and C). Can you see now what connecting might mean?
Connecting means something like having a dynamic connection to the environment. It's hard to explain but possible to see in people's eyes and in how they react etc.
Other than that, you just have to take a few months or years to collect enough material for comparison. It's like typing yourself all over from scratch.
A true sense-perception certainly exists, but it always looks as though objects were not so much forcing their way into the subject in their own right as that the subject were seeing things quite differently, or saw quite other things than the rest of mankind. As a matter of fact, the subject perceives the same things as everybody else, only, he never stops at the purely objective effect, but concerns himself with the subjective perception released by the objective stimulus.
(Jung on Si)
there is no basis to trust subtypes
there is no basis to trust in your INFP, except you checked it by IR effects with ~10 people IR. or at least, got such opinion by your videointerview
"there is no basis to trust in your INFP" what does that mean. are you skeptical of my typing too now?
Originally Posted by Sol
in that case, how would my typing of others be more accurate than my typing of myself?
and yes, it's been checked.
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