Research by Marie-Luise von Franz and James Hillman.
Understands one’s values, clear sense of good and evil, able to predict own reactions.
On the lookout for possibilities and opportunities in common occurrences.
Knowledge of certain details in their area of interest, sometimes reflecting on the past.
Carrying out plans for the sole purpose of fulfilling deeply held values.
This kind of goes back to the mod post I had a few days ago. We all have Si and Te, but it only grows as we get older, so many of you wonder why you don’t feel like you do have it, even though it’s there. Lurking. Like it’s Slenderman watching you in the woods. Or a wisdom tooth. Or something less morbid. Anyway…
For instance, I know I have Si because I usually look at past experiences in order to gain insight, especially when I work. I also take a sort of pleasure in filing and recalling details as a job.
My Te is different. I can’t do a logic puzzle to save my life even though I constantly try (and fail). However, I am proficient in map reading and understanding how they work and the kinks involved within them. I have a curiously that relies in seeing where roads begin and where they end, collecting facts and data along the way as I grow older.
I’m sure both IXFPs express their repressed functions differently depending on the person, but no matter what it’s still there.
A meme has never rang as true to me as this ………………
Okay, see, this is me, why can’t anyone get that?
My life -.-
I’m sure most of you identify with at least one of these.
INFP strengths mostly rotate around their sensitivity and good will – these traits tend to make them popular and desirable friends, partners and associates.
- » desire to meet the needs of others.
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