Ok, so I thought about putting this in the NF forum, but I think this covers much more than a temperament. I'm curious what functions you usually use and how you characterize your thoughts. Maybe the way you convey them are as important as what they convey.
I imagine myself doing some action. So my vision pans around the image then it moves in between thoughts, like if you were jumping between two planets and each had their own gravitational pull. The whole thing is also slightly emotionally charged. Sometimes it is motion blurred with colors. Like either a kino from stargate moving from the ship to a planet, or like that thing in forge from halo 3. It's a very cool thing and I can get very caught up in it.
I feel when I get excited my thoughts tend to race around , mostly ending up in bumping into each other. It feels like those fights in DBZ where two people would be fighting, and all they would show is impacts and when they were moving it was just a blur. All my thoughts are moving at speeds that I can't always make sense of, but sometimes theres a flash when they collide, and it instantly leads to another jump where they are bound to come back together.
Then there are also times where I get a rush of inspiration/information and all my thoughts come hurtling down like a waterfall but nothing comes into fruition. *On a side note, I just realized that fruition is spelled like that, I always thought the word was frutition, as in bearing fruit* Anyways, everything comes crashing over like a waterfall and I'm stuck in a daze and all that happened is I got wet.
I also liken my overall thought process like an expansive tree with these planetary thought bubbles making it up like atoms would. Thoughts get added and sometimes these apples appear and grow until they are filled with these images and intentions, and when they drop a whole scenario of the event appears. The whole tree pulsates light blue. Everything is moving in a circular motion around the perimeter of the tree outline.
I'm inclined to think that I think in a Ne or Ni way, but I really don't have anything to go off because I've never asked other people about this. Probably because I sound like a babbling lunatic when I try to describe it.
I'm just curious how you guys think.