Even though in another thread I said that whenever I get close to my ENFJ friend, I incorporate a form of Fe into my mindset, my mind always snaps back to Fi-dom hood in the; the Fi has a way of coming bad with a vengeance.
I'm going to experience how it feels from my point of view, I'm not sure if my fellow INFPs will agree.
On good days:
I'm thinking the Fi is what prompts me to behave in a certain way in accord with my inherent value system. I seem to reward myself emotionally whenever I act in accord with my set of values. I get a transcendent feeling, a sort of chill down my spine when either I behave or observe someone behaving in a way that I feel is absolutely sublime.
When you back that up with Ne, I get excited with the possibilities. I have a difficult time enjoying what's in the moment; I get riled up what's going to be and the partnership of Fi-Ne on good days is feeling that transcendent rush from the Fi from what I pick up via the Ne. I have an extremely intense and often chaotic inner world.
On bad days:
I'm a very angsty person on bad days, and I'm guessing that's a Fi thing too. It's really hard to get a grip on my emotional state, and I get in these really intense dark moods, at random intervals. Where the Ne comes in, is it'll pick out random things and ideas in my environment, brainstorming ideas as to why I'm feeling like this, because, in my mind, if I'm depressed there must be a reason, right? So, it picks out reasons like, "Nobody likes me." "I'm always left out." or weirder things, like if a person worded something a certain way, it must bode ill somehow. I find the Si feeds into it a lot, but the Ne filters all information I take in via Si in the way it chooses to feed into my inner angst. Filtering everything that backs up a certain belief system, rejecting all information that contradicts it. I find on those days, sometimes, there's nothing I can really do but let it pass and tell myself "You know a lot of what you're thinking is not true," and try to express myself as little as possible. On some days, I need to go as far as literally isolate myself until the feeling passes. According to most of my CF test results, apparently, I don't use Fi more than any other function (it's a tossup between Ni, Ne, and sometimes Ti apparently) so sometimes I wonder if maybe, I don't use it enough to get the hang of it? Because as soon as I snap back into Fi-dominance, it always seems to throw me off balance for a while.
So yeah...since, in theory, ENFJs are the other dreamers whose dominant function is a feeling function, and Fe is supposed to be opposite to Fi in a lot of ways, I kind of wonder what the thought process feels like for an ENFJ.
I ask my ENFJ friend a lot of questions too to get an idea of what it's like to be him, but I find he has a difficult time to find the words to articulate his inner architecture.