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Where this is saying experience, it is actually referring to perceiving. It is calling introverted perceiving: thinking. It is calling extraverted perceiving: feeling. (Not to be confused with their Jungian definitions.) This is still very much correct. Ne and Se want to experience, or “feel,” perception directly and immediately. However, introverted perceiving functions take a different route. They mentally remove themselves from the direct experience to perceive the external world, internally. Ni does this to keep Se at bay, Si does this to keep Ne at bay.
Well This Is Sufficiently Terrifying of the Day: Artist collective This Is It (of “Bad Things That Could Happen” fame) returns to form with one of the most creative odes to anti-creativity you’ll ever have the pleasure of being scared to death by.
Using weak N functions for creativity can be an unhealthy exercise! Stick to the concrete and literal or you might end up terrified by what your brain keeps locked away in the box labeled “creativity.”