Introverted Sensing (Si) – MBTI Cognitive Function Series


Introverted Sensing (Si) - MBTI Cognitive Function Series

Explore Extraverted Sensing in ISTJ, ISFJ, ESTJ, ESFJ (Table of Contents Below)

9:14 – Orientations
12:39 – Biases
13:58 – Overview of SJ Types
16:47 – Characteristics of Si
51:50 – Functional Pairing
57:27 – How it Works with Ne
1:00:20 – Si in Non-Preferred Types
1:02:56 – Development of Si

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  1. Brush them off to.shpulders bro from an ENTP that understands you and an INFJ!

  2. Don't worry about the dislikes, people are bound to. You do an excellent job and I love your videos. You seemed like you were having a bad time or something on this day perhaps, and just trying to push through this video and get it done, maybe? I could be wrong. In either case, thanks for taking the time to make these videos for us.

  3. Lol, believe it or not I saw it all in one go and didn't get tired AT ALL.

  4. Youre so judgmental on certain aspects. refraining from tradition is how new things begin. Traditional is sometimes good but sometimes it is not. refusing to be traditional is that act of having an overdeveloped Ne and when you have an overdeveloped N function its natural to have an underdeveloped S function not for everyone but in the developmental path that just makes sense to how one grows up.

  5. As an INTP (Ti Ne Si Fe) my Si is basically a product of my Ti and is overtaken by Ne. It's so difficult for me to be fully aware of my environment. This will be difficult to develop. I love walking through forests. I try to force myself to take in all the sensory information, but I always end up retreating into my head. Same for mindfulness exercises.

  6. Fantastic content! As an INTJ, Si is the last function in my cognitive stack. I couldn't really understand it from reading about it, but this video help me put it into perspective a lot better. Thank you.

    BTW, I plan on watching a ton more from this channel, so ignore this question if you answer it later on [or tell me which video if you feel like it :-)], but is developing the unconscious functions fruitful in your opinion? I want to develop all of my functions to the best of my ability to become as complete of a person as I can.

  7. Do you want to know why people give you thumbs down? I'm 6½ minutes in and all you have done is complain. I don't have time to waste on this.

  8. Your videos are really really in-depth ! Keep up the good work.
    And I have a question, is it possible that as one goes through life, their preferences change ?
    Maybe a traumatic event occurs in their life or any other form of major event that makes a deep impact in their psyche and changes their preferences from say, Si towards Se or from Ne to Ni; shifting the spotlight away in the opposite direction ?

  9. The first until 1:21.You make sweeping statements which are incorrect.Maybe Youtube developers ought to explain the right philosophy of choosing between Dislike and like concepts.

  10. I believe I am an ISTJ , but I have severe ADHD. So many of the ISTJ stereotypes don't seem to apply to me. I think I use NE a lot.

  11. Si users' proclivity to reject data in preference of their subjective internal constructs is something I've noticed in my mom who is ISTJ. She'll even have a kind of selective hearing where she won't even respond to things she doesn't like

  12. You said at the beginning of the video that don't stereotype mbti types, we are all different. If so, then what's the point of personality theories like MBTI?

  13. I have known a few ENFPs and they are interesting they change stuff a lot jobs homes spouses they take risk. They help me to try new things

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