5/8 Observer Functions

 

The Observer Functions  
The Observer Functions are responsible for processing the information in the world.  
There are the Introverted Observers (Oi) and the Extroverted Observers (Oe).  

Extroverted Sensing (Se)  
Answers are found by gathering new facts, then organizing known concepts later.
Se is responsible to see the different information in the world and will get frustrated when having to go back to routine or the same repetitive pattern. When solving problems, the Savior Se will prefer to seek out new experiences and new sources to find more facts and details. They tend to seek freedom, and will not readily accept that they already have answers in their known patterns.

Introverted iNtuition (Ni)
Answers are found by going over previously known and accepted concepts, then gathering in new facts later. Ni is responsible for narrowing down and limiting new facts and details coming in.
When solving problems, the Savior Ni will prefer to find answers in abstract concepts they are already familiar with, as opposed to seeking out new information. They tend to seek control by planning and organizing with the same known theories again and again to create order.

Extroverted iNtuition (Ne)  
Answers are found by gathering new concepts, then organizing known facts later.
Ne is responsible to see the different patterns in the world and will get frustrated when having to go back to routine or old boring details. When solving problems, the Savior Ne will prefer to seek out new experiences and new sources to find more theories and concepts. They tend to seek freedom, and will not readily accept that they already have answers in their known details.

Introverted Sensing (Si)   
Answers are found by going over previously known and accepted facts, then gathering in new concepts later. Si is responsible for narrowing down and limiting new concepts or patterns coming in. When solving problems, the Savior Si will prefer to find answers in facts and details they are already familiar with, as opposed to seeking out new concepts. They tend to seek control by planning and organizing the same known details again and again to create order.

 
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