Tag Archives: mbti

The limits of being undefined

So.. yesterday, something really interesting happened. Here’s the scenario: I was working with one of my stepdaughters to help find her books for her first upcoming college semester.  She had signed up for classes and my best half had wanted … Continue reading

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Grokking feelings, feeling music…

I’m certainly a weird one. Let me explain. I don’t really feel things. Or at least, the way in which I feel things appears to be different than most–more like the vast majority–of the people I know.  In specific, when … Continue reading

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Creation of Worlds

Where do you create your worlds? I create mine on the inside. Within me. Millions and billions of them. I have always done this–it always came naturally–and part of me–despite knowing the differences between how people see and experience the … Continue reading

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Quickie on Happiness–Extraverted and Introverted measures

Today I saw this in Andrew Sullivan’s blog.  It’s not the first time he’s talked about it–and he’s not pushing any particular viewpoint–and his place is not the only one that I’ve seen the discourse about it. After going to … Continue reading

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5 year plan.

I have these ideas. Or rather–I observe/grok something.. (I would be hard-pressed to distinguish whether this is really a perception-driven phenomenon or a reflection-induced realization… or whether there is any time lag between them… ) and then I try to … Continue reading

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Spirit animals and tentacles…

So–this is not going to be a long post. Hopefully, that will come tomorrow. The goal with this post is to blog about a realization that I had last week and which deserved more than just a FB post. Namely–I … Continue reading

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Essential Reading about Introverts & Extraverts.

Somebody has finally done the research to understand the fundamental differences between these two subspecies of human. Also, it’s funny as shit.

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Structured Perceptions

This is the post that I wanted to write previously. Forewarned–it’s probably going to be a clusterfuck as it contains an amalgamation of a number of different ideas, approaches, perspectives, and thoughts. But that’s how my intuitive brain works.  It … Continue reading

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Numbers, Grokking, and Wonder

This is not the post I wanted to write. However, Time-beggars can’t be choosy. This post is about wonder.  Or at least, it’s related to the idea of experiencing a a sense of “wonder” at the universe. It wasn’t originally … Continue reading

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Think and Feel.

This post relates to others that I’ve written involving mbti–and it will relate to ones that are still yet to be written. It’s about thinking and feeling, about how they can be differentiated, and about what they actually mean. Obviously–it … Continue reading

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