Introverted Intuition. The most mystical of all the cognitive functions. Probaly the hardest function to define or describe because it is
- A Perceiving function
- An introverted function
- It’s intuitive!
And indeed, what do people mean when they say “It’s just my intuition. That’s how I know.”
Yes, you just know. Or you don’t.
That seems to be a way to define introverted intuition.
With Perceiving functions, you either see it or you don’t. There is little more to say about them, in a sense.
This presents less of a problem with the Sensation function, because, let’s face it, we’re living in a material world. Well, most of us are anyway.
So, in a sense (ha), the sensation function is the easiest function to grasp. It’s like “You see all that shit out there? OK, that’s the world.” Case closed.
And so I find that this is one of the best ways to understand introverted intuition – from the perspective of the sensation function, it’s natural opposite…
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In this article, I reveal the one keyword that will get you at the heart of introverted intuition so that all it’s actions can be seen as a fundamental outgrowth of this one word.