“I know I already said that Ne is an invisible function on the outer plane, similar to how Fi is invisible on the inner plane, but, nonetheless (pun?) their Ne will give them an attractive and shining invisibility, if that makes any sense.” - Blake Donovan, 2015
Actually it doesn’t make any sense to me though. How can you have an attractive and shining invisibility? That’s a massive contradiction. I think I’m an INFP and I’m having trouble figuring out how to grasp the Ne function, “Ne solution”? The problem is I’m In Love with Si so much. For me I think Si is like trying to be all Zen and stuff and reading Alan Watts and being like, yeah, all I need to do is go to the mountains and identify herbs and cook delicious food and have sex and meditate and that’s basically the solution to life. It’s like this decided perfectionism about my surroundings as well. And also resilience, as Blake also mentioned before, which I think is definitely a good thing. Oh and also obsession with getting rid of the ego?? Fucks sake.
Blake said somewhere that Ne auxiliary is like “going with the flow”. But I kind of feel like my problem is that I go with the flow too much, like for me going with the flow is kind of the same as doing nothing and spacing out and that sucks? Or am I interpreting it wrong? I feel like the combo of Fi-Ne-Si with shite Te and minimum Se in that order is kind of strange and useless…
Do any INFP’s have this struggle? Is your experience of the functions different? How do you experience and get the most from Ne??