The INFJ Shadows

Understanding the INFJ Shadow Functions   Each Myers-Briggs personality type has eight cognitive functions.  These functions make up the way in which we receive, process, interpret, and transmit information.  They are essentially the blue print for how the brain...

INFJs: Letting People In

As an INFJ, I crave deep connections with people. Yet at the same time, I fear opening up. We’re rare – only about 1% of the population – and our minds work differently than most people we meet. Intuitive types are more likely to understand us, but they’re...

INFJ Stress: Caging Mr. Hyde

Being an INFJ means being in harmony with the world. Gentle and caring, we’re the kind of people you’ll find serving at soup kitchens, counseling friends and family, or shelving books at the library. We love to help in our own quiet, intuitive way and find value in...

Ni-Ti Loop

Every personality type’s cognitive functions are set up to work in perfect harmony with one another.  When our functions are all working together, our thought patterns become a picture of health. But when one or two functions step out of their place in line,...

The Spiritual INFJ: Why You Should Understand Your Crown Chakra

While Myers and Briggs typology is often discussed in terms of psychological and social sciences, I feel it does a great disservice to not discuss the benefits on a spiritual level. Carl Jung himself who made famous many of the concepts of which MBTI is based spoke...

The Chameleon Effect

An INFJ’s Social Experience   Do you ever feel like a chameleon?  Do you find yourself picking up the characteristics of those around you and easily adapting your behavior to meet their needs?  Do you change depending on who you are around? INFJs often feel as...