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"moments of self-reflection" 19 years sure is a long moment :p *hoping fg will not see this comment*. Also your following comment on how people would look all the same lmao : so you're saying that there are (even if bullshit) ways of categorizing individuals for the way they approach problems, then you say that we all do it the same way. You are in the best place to test MBTI and learn what type Most introspective/self-reflective type likely is!. ", then it's already a direct process of self-reflection in itself. "i keep answering because i have nothing more interesting going on at the moment. As truthful as it is, I tend to hate such comments here, because they are relativising MBTI, which should be an axiom of it to begin with. Outlook on the world =/= personality. the thing that makes this conversation so not fun is your irrational salty attitude when i'm just trying to clarify things. ESxPs are generally 7s, inferior Ni is the opposite of everything introspection stands for4, 5, and 9 are the most introspective types. INFP duh -_-Why INTJ more than INFP. Maybe being diagonsed with a speech condition (autism/mutism) perhaps I lack the "urban dictionary" words but I can find the right words when the insights come, and boy they come. It is directly causative :p It's not because it's not the only cause that it's not a direct cause. not for me and many others. "Experience = memories. stuff, what you are missing is that I said that approach to problems is observable on behaviour, which is logical. What we are looking for here is a combination of Ni dominance and Fi to back it up. both can be self-reflective but they approach things differently. But it doesn't mean they are not introspective at all. if fi's 'question' is "what does x mean to me. Welcome to MBTIBase - PersonalityBase, here you can learn about Most introspective/self-reflective type MBTI type.. if approach to decisions is all it took then people would act all the same. "When I'll need you to list the components of a car instead of saying car, i'll call you, seems like your great at it. "Muh tert Fi. "How is approaching things an independant phenomenon in cognition. "sure, fi isn't responsible for all the facets but it carries these connotations because a huge chunk of the term "self-reflection" is linked to personal beliefs and values rather than, say, logic like ti. Also how you approach decisions is directly causative for your behaviour :p "Also, values are only a facet of the self, and thus of self-reflection. Dostoevsky might be a good example of such a phenomenon. Memorize the SAT vocab before 2013 you'll get what I'm talking about. " - i never excluded approach to a problem from the things responsible for certain behavior. Isabel Briggs Myers, a researcher and practitioner of Jung’s theory, proposed to see the judging-perceiving relationship as a fourth dichotomy influencing personality type.. But Introverted people in general are probably very likely to do this more often because, well. Type 5 observe the outside world from the inside. INTJs are seen in Quora, Reddit, as they reflect on concepts involving THINGS not PEOPLE. it's also the matter of things like personality, experience, outlook on the world. I'd like you to explain how it works in your brain cause you seem to be wired in quite an original way. "On the experience, memories etc. i guess i really do have to specify literally everything in this conversation for you to understand, lol. Keep reading to learn more about what goes into your Myers-Briggs personality type—and maybe discover what yours is.. i think i see your problem now. this whole typing discourse is unnecessary at best, it's really just a matter of preference for a theory that doesn't hold any water in the first place. It's something essential for everybody. I would of but type 5 isn't as introspective as 7. I'd like you to explain how it works in your brain cause you seem to be wired in quite an original way. it's also the matter of things like personality, experience, outlook on the world. Discover Array, and more, famous people, fictional characters and celebrities here!. If I missed your point then you failed at making it understandable for your audience, which supposedly was me since it's me your adressing :). i do not completely disagree with you. a lot of different factors really. "If I missed your point then you failed at making it understandable for your audience, which supposedly was me since it's me your adressing :)"after explaining that functions=approach i thought that much is obvious but aight. Typology is heavily bullshit.

. Me : "how you approach decisions is directly causative for your behaviour :p" → Your approach of problems is one of the direct causes for what you do. if approach to decisions is all it took then people would act all the same. Directly causative =/= one and only cause, as I already said before. "you didn't say it was observable but directly causative. Their use of Te-aux helps them take the initative to seek other people for self-reflection. To find out what your MBTI personality type is you need to complete the MBTI questionnaire and take part in a feedback session from a qualified MBTI practitioner.. You : "not really, no. "you sure don't seem like it, but if it's true then good for you. that's why i brought up other factors, to prove that person's behavior doesn't stem directly from their approach. Type 7 observe the inside world from the outside. "Causative" =/= "only cause". Traditional function stacks suck though and most INTPs have higher Fi than Fe ""Also how you approach decisions is directly causative for your behaviour :p"not really, no. Any type that has 1,4,7 as their enneagram. I never said it was the only factor so your enumeration was anyway pointless. I think the propensity is even greater for those who are Intuitive as well, as they tend to prioritize thoughts, fantasies, and ideas before the physical environment and what is happening. Free in-depth and practical information on the 16 personality types, including careers and relationships.. On the experience, memories etc. INTPs on the other hand, lack Fe (its repressed while INTJ's Fi is teritary) that reflection could be difficult as they try to establish harmony. "Also, if you don't really care, why do you keep answering :p. "because it'd be cool to have a system that's actually somewhat consistent. what i meant is that i don't care how you feel about this discussion. That's literally what you said. What is the best option for the MBTI type of Most introspective/self-reflective type? What about enneagram and other personality types?.

. i really don't really care. also outlook on the world =/= personality. typology in general is a load bullshit, and yet multiple typology websites exist and function just fine because for many people, it's simply fun. notice these fragments in my first argument: "not really, no. "Ni is more about reflecting CONCEPTS NOT RELATED TO PEOPLE not about people or their own personal experiences regarding self esteem, motivation, etc (Ne). :clap:"i meant that a group with the same approach (cognitive functions, then) would act all the same. Hypothetically the INTJ 4w5 sx/sp, yet this type essentially does not exist. ti is preoccupied with how the solution makes sense to them and how it fits with their way of thinking. If approach of decisions isn't, as suggested by your rethoric, among those interrelated reasons, then it is an independant phenomenon. " → There are other factors than approach of decisions in behaviour, so approach of decisions isn't a cause of behaviour. okay, first things first, let me just express my point of view about methods of typing because i see a lot of salt about it on this website. Check your logic lel. Don't take that seriously. "Also how you approach decisions is directly causative for your behaviour :p"not really, no. Also, say hello for me to the ancient aliens that control your body since it's separated from your decision process ;). One could get distracted by words but think about it, theres so many languages, to find the perfect word to describe your feelings is SO DAMN DIFFICULT. 'typing-by-the-letters' mbti is also bullshit. also, a lot of people reflect on themselves in their youth so there's that. You : "cognitive functions aren't about what you do but rather how you approach things like decision making". "nowhere did i mention or even suggest that approaching things is an independent phenomenon, what are you even on about. Okay, let me go chronologically :. Guess I'm INFP then :D nah, having moments of self reflection doesn't mean anything. Also, if you don't really care, why do you keep answering :p. IN*P, they lead with Ti and Fi. it's also the matter of things like. a lot of different factors really. When you read a book you're just reading a collection of letter images. you acknowledge that the other factors influence person's behavior and yet you keep saying the same thing so i can only assume you mean it in terms of simple, linear situations like "i'm hungry -> i'll eat". i think the clash between people who prefer typing by letters and those who prefer typing by functions is because of this misconception about functions. stuff, what you are missing is that I said that approach to problems is observable on behaviour, which is logical. you're literally insulting me for a thing you made up for the sake of the insult lmao gg. so if i'm on a mbti website trying to type my waifus and hubandos then i have to pick a system i find the most reliable and consistent, and to me it's the cognitive functions. Jung also proposed that in a person one of the four functions above is dominant – either a function of perception or a function of judging.. Type 7 absorbs all material things to build their inside world understanding. "it doesn't matter what these things are because they all still affect behavior, which was my point, which you missed again. There is an INTJ online who claims she's a 4w5. Ni would be better at making art and ultimately abstract creativity (color, picture) self-reflection is about raw feelings. Plus INTPs wordplay use (ask Khel) doesn't help with establishing their own feelings, motivations, etc. Here you can explore of famous people and fictional characters.. Concepts that are not easily put in written words. Outlook on the world = derived from personality then. and from that perspective i think it's easy to see why would infp be more prone to self-reflection than intp should they be in the exact same situation. Experience = memories. Type 5 absorbs all the inner thoughts to build their outer world desires. Outlook on the world = derived from personality then. nobody's forcing you to use it if you hate it so much. Personality = genetical temper + memories (=experience). Which just leads you to name a bunch of other things that completely overlap for the origin of behaviour suggesting exclusion of "approach of decisions" among them. what i was saying this whole time is that rather than approach itself, an amalgamation of it with all these factors is responsible. Plus most books are a collection of letter images anyway. "Everyone has blabla" that's precisely the contrary of how mbti is fun lol "Also your following comment on how people would look all the same lmao : so you're saying that there are (even if bullshit) ways of categorizing individuals for the way they approach problems, then you say that we all do it the same way. it's also the matter of things like personality, experience, outlook on the world. so what i meant to say is that fi, when approaching a problem for example, is preoccupied with what the solution means to them and how it fits with their values. People voting INTJ have no idea what they are taking about. good job on missing my point though. that's considered as more of a fi thing. ti's "does x make sense to me. If you enjoyed this entry, find out about the personality types of Polls characters list.. INTJs are so common in Quora/Reddit, they get lots of feedback, respond to comments, and thus the "reflection". I never said it was the only factor so your enumeration was anyway pointless. Are you not aware of the implications of your own statements. But outlook on the world is derived from the same input, cause the only input a person is is <physical body (thus temper)+experiences>. your salt is bubbling to the surface. i know cognitive functions are bullshit. But I know exactly what I feel when seeing a really good damn picture. a lot of different factors really. I think moments of introspection and self-reflection are something that happens at one time or another with everyone, obvious. Fi > Fe for self reflection. Even if not directly tested, public voting can provide good accuracy regarding Most introspective/self-reflective type Myers-Briggs and personality type!. Personality = genetical temper + memories (=experience). if approach to decisions is all it took then people would act all the same. When I'll need you to list the components of a car instead of saying car, i'll call you, seems like your great at it. cognitive functions aren't about what you do but rather how you approach things like decision making, problem solving, what you take into account in different situations. That's what it is. They're introverted people. I posit the INFJ 4w5 Sx/Sp who has spent many days in the hold of id block Fi to fit this bill better than any other. but yeah, i can only assume because it's not like you're actually debating anything. And, if you know cognitive functions are bullshit, why do you feel the need to relativise something within a bullshit theory. DiamondDust has got to be trollingbut ti isn't necessarily self-reflective. " doesn't quite have the same ring to it because logic isn't as "personal". this is boring. N is about creativity/ opennness to new experiences. "that's precisely the contrary of how mbti is fun lol"for you. " "if approach to decisions is all it took. Cognitive functions have no real foundation, and are 1000% bullshit (sorry fg I still love u). "*you're "And, if you know cognitive functions are bullshit, why do you feel the need to relativise something within a bullshit theory. I thought Ne is creativity but Ni is "internal" creativity, which would make sense. They are extroverted, idealistic, charismatic, outspoken, highly principled and ethical, and usually know how to connect!. Lol "Ne" doesn't have much to do with people even though it's called "extraverted"Replace 7 with 5 and I agree. And too bad for you, I'm having fun rn. That's what it is. "A lot of people reflect on themselves in their youth so there's that". Also, values are only a facet of the self, and thus of self-reflection. "And too bad for you, I'm having fun rn. They are not as introspective as IN*Ps. How is approaching things an independant phenomenon in cognition. 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Most introspective/self-reflective type

MBTI enneagram type of Most introspective/self-reflective type Realm:

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TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 60


INFP - 27 vote(s)
INTJ - 21 vote(s)
INFJ - 5 vote(s)
INTP - 3 vote(s)
ISFP - 3 vote(s)
ENTP - 1 vote(s)

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TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 38


4W5 - 18 vote(s)
5W4 - 13 vote(s)
5W6 - 4 vote(s)
4W3 - 3 vote(s)

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Most introspective/self-reflective type most likely MBTI type is INFP, while enneagram type is 4W5.

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