So, hm... Ah, so it could also be Se/Ni where Se dominates over Ni? Well hm...
These possibilities I talked about are usually like this: I'm in some situation somewhere or just looking around without a specific situation and then it suddenly comes to me that this or that thing has a lot of potential and it could be realized if I work towards that. When I have such a thought, it often takes a real hold of me, I can follow it relentlessly.
Well, I follow it as long as I see an achievable potential in it. I try to evaluate realistically and I like to think I am good at that evaluation. (Well OK a bit on the skeptical side so that I don't get carried away.) I also compare my own motivation level to this evaluation. If it all matches up, then it's really great and I go after the thing.
After a while, if it got realized "enough", or it's just no longer a potential for some reason, I will -without me even noticing- turn my attention to something else... And this is kind of like how Jung described Ne.
And all this is definitely a lot more interesting to me than just paying attention to direct sensory stimuli. -.- These potentials are always something new, not ordinary blehbleh things. Sooo, I like them.
Note I would like to know how it can still be S dominance over N, if face-value sensory stimuli does not appear that interesting or stimulating to me, only those possibilities that I can try and realize. Note, I do like to have the fruit of the idea... so I'm materialistic in that sense. :P
Anyway, this is definitely positive possibilities. Never neutral. (I guess neutral ones would be pretty boring anyway... so maybe I just brush them off quickly?) I don't usually worry about negative possibilities, I easily brush them off as irrealistic (unlikely to happen, etc.). I have to get VERY stressed before I would ever really worry about anything like that.
The limitation to my possibility sensing is that these things do not come to me that often. I don't even think my brain would be capable of handling that many at once. I'd be just disinterested in such brainstorming anyway, because I want to *follow* the possibilities, not just play around with them. By "following" I mean actually acting on them. So no, I'm not in my head much wondering about them... so it's also probably not introverted intuition, but maybe I got all this wrong and it's introverted intuition helping a dominant Se? :) Could be Ni, because when I see something is possible like that, I also place myself into the future far ahead.
Dunno if it is reactive, concrete, abstract or whatever. I understand your explanation of those, but not sure if I'd apply this right. I don't think I have it under conscious control, though. I can't predict anything about me noticing some potential, it just comes and that's it. -.-
Ok so I said my possibility sensing is limited. My default is just this expectant attitude to anything around me out in the world. I like exploring! I won't think of whatever possibilities here and there most of the time. Instead when I look at a tangible object, I just see the object, nothing more. No subjective memories either, it's just there here and now. So that sounds Se to me. (The Si function concept is just plain weird to me, bleh. Alien to me.)
Yet somewhere in the background, I think this is only subconscious most of the time (so um, would have to be repressed intuition, not dominant, right...?), I have the expectant attitude that things can't just be simply as is. I can get a bit absent minded due to that: I'm very practical if I focus on the task in front of me, but sometimes I have to make sure that this attitude doesn't interfere with the task. It would interfere because it would be more interesting that way, haha. But if the task needs to be done then I better focus on just getting it done, right? In many tasks I guess I have no problem making sure of this automatically and I very much enjoy just doing the whatever task without wondering about meaning or potential, but in new ones I'm a bit too open minded with that certain expectant attitude. (Yet I don't really try to conjure up possibilities, it's just an open minded attitude.) In a sense I do often downplay the immediate sensory data, then.
And nah I don't have fantasies. Well I can make up stories and I love doing that but I don't daydream otherwise, at all. That'd be just pointless. OK, I also don't view those stories as "possibilities". They are just to entertain me. Cool stuff! =) I don't think it is intuition. Though the way I can make the stories work really well, is kind of intuitive, because I never know how the hell I managed to put it together so well. :) I mean, I rely on quite some hunches when working the stories out.
I don't have any Ni-like images either. Well, when I was very heavily stressed out once, I had some thoughts enveloped inside such symbolic images, but it was kind of unnatural to me as I usually have nothing like that going on. After I figured out what the symbolic stuff meant it did make sense though.
Eh, hope my description about the possibility stuff makes sense? All this is why I started wondering about the Ne/Se thing. -.-