Opposing Role: Extroverted Intuition
- Turns toward external stimuli to back up their internal perceptions.
- Feel obstructed in or become stubborn about emergent meanings and hypothetical possibilities.
- Probably think that multiple possibilities are absurd. The patterns point to one right conclusion.
- Over-reading between the lines, often misinterpreting someone’s actions and seeing negative intentions where there are none.
- Interpret situations in a naive way, inferring malice where none exists.
- Oblivious to unspoken potentials and get off track with inferences and interconnections.
- Stubborn about responding to emerging information and locking on to a hidden meaning.
- Veers away from likely outcomes according to internalized conceptual patterns and merges with the objects themselves, using their open, multiple meanings or possibilities to toss out at others, perhaps sarcastically.
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