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This is a discussion on type interaction videos within the Myers Briggs Forum forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; Originally Posted by JuliaRhys do you want just a video, or do you want to video chat? You are very ...
I'm free most nights after 9pm central time, other than that it just is random and you would have to verify with me. But a more immediate way to get ahold of me would be to email me at mightym92@gmail, or you can PM me and i can give you my number (since i have a generally only check my email once/twice a day)
yes Im still alive and keen although it may have to wait a bit longer, have a final exam this week followed by a trip to the states. Once Im in the states it may actually be easier because of timezones as well so yea Ill keep in touch
I'm extremely curious to hear non-INFJs thoughts on the new video. I mean, I could definitely relate to @Geoffrey and @pneumoceptor both, the communication style is so much like my own.
@pneumoceptor : I don't know if it's possible, but do you think it would be a good idea to make it so that the first post in this thread is updated with links to each new video? Perhaps a mod could arrange that.
I live in California, and anything after 7:30 PM Pacific Time works for me.
EDIT: This is JuliaRhys. I just changed my username.
@pneumoceptor , I am free to chat with whomever tomorrow between 10am and 3pm Mountain Time. Are you the one who chooses who chats with who? :)
@Marlowe and I just shot the second installment of the type interaction videos. Enjoy!
(Side note: I love how the pic for the second video looks like we're about to do a Blossom pose... Hmm, wonder if that reference is too old for most of the people here...)
Last edited by pneumoceptor; 06-18-2012 at 02:22 PM.
Oh, more brilliance! Great interview, both of you. I really enjoyed both perspectives. I always feel challenged by the Te perspective, in a good way, like a "Why can't I just be more that way; it makes so much sense!" And then hearing the INFJ perspective, I have a sort of sudden remembrance of who I am at the core, like a "deep calling unto deep" sort of feeling. Also, I don't know if I was the only one watching who felt this way, but when Marlowe talked about compassion I almost started to tear up. The emotions came out of no where, but that answer touched me for some reason; took me off guard. Inspiring! I was kind of wondering if you, Pneumoceptor may have felt the same sort of chill go up the spine during her explanation of beauty. Compassion is so very transcendent and central to our humanity'; it's the natural outflow of love, and it points to something far greater than the sum of our parts. It points to perfection itself. Anyway, great jobs!