Fi: Lucy reacts to everything according to how she feels about it. She believes in Narnia when her siblings tease her about it not for any logical reason, but because she knows in her heart that it exists. Lucy alone constantly seeks out and believes in Aslan. She’s sensitive to Edmund’s mistreatment, and hesitant to trust people, but once she does, she embraces them fully—flaws and all. Lucy is kind, generous, forgiving, and sweet, but also envies her sister’s “beauty” and is disobedient if it will help her get what she wants.
Ne: She embraces the possibility of Narnia without hesitation, and with utmost wonder. Lucy is inspired by what she sees around her, and eager to learn more of it. She has good discernment and sees the best in people, underneath their rough or frightened exterior. Lucy trusts her instincts and is rarely wrong about them.
Si: Her memories of Narnia are precious to her, and she is sentimental about their time there. Lucy feels sad that it has changed in the many years since her last visit, and compares the way it was to how it is now. She remembers people and places with fondness, and uses her past experiences with Aslan to encourage her belief that he will always be there for the children, no matter what.
Te: Since she is so young, Lucy isn’t very rational, but she does think out loud once in awhile and doesn’t shy away from condemning the boys for acting foolish or selfish.