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    Your Results

    Personality: INFJ ("The Advocate")

    Variant: Assertive

    Role: Diplomat
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    INFJ Interesting!
    I don't know if you meant me, but I am an INTJ

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    Quote Posted by Love (here)
    INFJ Interesting!
    I don't know if you meant me, but I am an INTJ
    I read Love's post to mean that she is an INFJ.

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    my bad,sorry

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    Paula,

    I'm an ESTJ

    That's mine too! So glad I'm not the only one here who got that! lol

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    Paula,

    I'm an ESTJ

    That's mine too! So glad I'm not the only one here who got that! lol
    Only a few in that quadrant, Rosin. (so far) I'll wait several more days to update the count on the first post.

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    9 Humbling Life Lessons I’ve Learnt As An INFJ
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    by Aletheia Luna
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    We are thought of as the Counselors, the Visionaries, the Confidants of humanity. We are defined as introspective, sensitive, caring and complex people.

    It was in early 2009 when I first discovered the Myer Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and its subsequent 16 personality types developed and patented by Katherine Briggs and Isabel Myers. Discovering my MBTI personality type: the INFJ, was the beginning of a long period of self-discovery that still continues to this day. If you haven’t been acquainted with MBTI, I really encourage you to read more into it after this article.

    While labels can be restrictive and limiting, I personally found that identifying as an INFJ assisted me in better understanding who I am and why I think, feel and behave the way I do. Any form of personality classification is an excellent way of understanding and accepting yourself and the people around you, and is a useful component in Involution.

    As many INFJ’s (Introverted Intuitive Feeling Judging), and other “IN” (Introverted Intuitive) personality types seem to be drawn to our LonerWolf community, I thought it was about time to write this article.



    Realizations, Epiphanies And Life Lessons

    Said to exist in approximately 1-3% of the population, INFJ’s are somewhat the underdogs in the world of personality types, constituting a smaller than average percentage of people in society.

    Additionally, it seems common for the INFJ to display Highly Sensitive and Empathic traits. Many INFJ’s (not all), also identify as Old Souls.

    Through my years of self-discovery, I’ve found that I am both a HSP (Highly Sensitive Person) and display Empathic abilities. I’ve also shared some thoughts on being an Old Soul, having written a novella on the subject last year. Keeping all these factors in mind, these are some of the most humbling life lessons I’ve learnt in the past few years, many of them thanks to my INTJ coauthor, best friend and partner Sol.

    Lesson #1 You want to solve everyone’s problems …

    … You realize some problems aren’t made to solve. Problems provide a catalyst for change, and can offer valuable life lessons to the ones experiencing them. Therefore, it’s not always our place to fix people’s issues. With enough experience and discernment we realize that some problems are out of our grasp and control for a reason.

    Lesson #2 You find it almost impossible to find anyone who speaks the same “language” as you …

    … You realize other people also speak unique languages that aren’t necessarily understood, or reciprocated, by you. It’s easy to feel misunderstood and frustrated with social encounters, but just as there are many races on earth, so too are there many languages of the mind and heart. You feel frustrated that people don’t reciprocate the same level of interaction as you, but what makes you think that you don’t reciprocate on the exact same level as them? You aren’t alone in your frustration.

    Lesson #3 You are tired of carrying the emotional baggage of others, but feel guilty for not being there for them …

    … You realize that it’s completely fine and healthy to take time off for yourself. You must show love and consideration for yourself in order to show the full extent of your love and consideration to others.

    Lesson #4 You are loyal to a fault, and are bitter that other people you care for aren’t …

    … You realize that no two people are the same. People have their virtues and faults, and you are free to guide your loyalty elsewhere. There are many other loyal people in the world.

    Lesson #5 You are disappointed at how bland and shallow people are …

    … You realize that people are on different wavelengths from you, and haven’t necessarily developed the same mental or emotional faculties as you have. That’s fine. People have different interests and different capabilities, and you are certainly not alone at the end of the day. There are people out there like you.

    Lesson #6 You often feel alienated, alone and like an “outsider” …

    … You realize that your inner Solitude is a valuable gift which helps you deepen your visions, insights and revelations. You also see that no matter how you feel, there is always someone else who understands how you feel and what you are going through.

    Lesson #7 When you feel, you feel very deeply …

    … You realize that although being an emotional person has its benefits, it’s also a good idea to learn how to step away from your emotions for your own well-being. Learning how to be a detached observer is also very beneficial.

    Lesson #8 You long for a deep and meaningful job, relationship and friendship, but become easily let down …

    … You realize that true happiness and fulfillment can only come from within. Seeking for external happiness in the form of idealistic interpersonal connections, jobs and so forth, will only create disappointment and unhappiness.

    Lesson #9 You are a visionary and highly idealistic person …

    … You realize that while idealism can motivate you and guide you, it can also be limiting and psychologically unhealthy. Practicality must be balanced with impracticality in order to build an equalized person.

    ***

    Living life as an INFJ can be both problematic and frustrating, as well as magical and enthralling. I hope these life lessons have resonated with your own experiences, or at least serve as the catalyst for more positive change in your life.

    Any of your own uniquely experienced life lessons (whether you’re an INFJ, IN__, or not) will be welcomed in the comments below!

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    Quote Posted by GoodeTXSG (here)

    9 Humbling Life Lessons I’ve Learnt As An INFJ
    http://www.riseearth.com/2014/08/9-h...28RiseEarth%29
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    by Aletheia Luna
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    ...Lesson #6 You often feel alienated, alone and like an “outsider” …

    … You realize that your inner Solitude is a valuable gift which helps you deepen your visions, insights and revelations. You also see that no matter how you feel, there is always someone else who understands how you feel and what you are going through.
    Powerful article, Corey. I read on your message board that you were an INFJ. I was tickled there was another person. Most of the lessons in the article are so spot on that, I’d feel too vulnerable to point them out.

    I often resonate with this one:
    “Lesson #6 You often feel alienated, alone and like an “outsider” …

    … You realize that your inner Solitude is a valuable gift which helps you deepen your visions, insights and revelations.”


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    Thanks for this, I am an INFP:

    I: 12%

    N: 46%

    F: 51%

    P: 79%
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    I did the test the other day and I came in as INFP also. I don't quite understand the percentage breakdown in the above post though. Mine shows 5 categories as shown below....

    MIND
    ? Extraverted 38% Introverted ?

    ENERGY
    ? Intuitive 43% Observant ?

    NATURE
    ? Thinking 76% Feeling ?

    TACTICS
    ? Judging 11% Prospecting ?

    IDENTITY
    ? Assertive 34% Turbulent ?



    Reading the analysis, it all seems to match up pretty good to my personality, I just don't understand the percentage chart above.


    ps.... well I layed it all out as it was printed on my chart. The side to side spacing changed here when I posted.

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    Quote Posted by jerry (here)
    ENFP makes sense to me thanks RD
    Oooh! Another ENFP! Are there many of us here at Avalon?

    Anyway, I thought I'd give y'all an update! I took a few more tests online and the results, although they varied, were strongly ENFP! So, I guess it's 'official'!

    I've always loved these tests by the way! Thanks for the reminder, RunningDeer!

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    Quote Posted by Joe Sustaire (here)
    I did the test the other day and I came in as INFP also. I don't quite understand the percentage breakdown in the above post though. Mine shows 5 categories as shown below....

    MIND
    ? Extraverted 38% Introverted ?

    ENERGY
    ? Intuitive 43% Observant ?

    NATURE
    ? Thinking 76% Feeling ?

    TACTICS
    ? Judging 11% Prospecting ?

    IDENTITY
    ? Assertive 34% Turbulent ?



    Reading the analysis, it all seems to match up pretty good to my personality, I just don't understand the percentage chart above.


    ps.... well I layed it all out as it was printed on my chart. The side to side spacing changed here when I posted.
    I think it means you are 38% Introverted, 43% Intuitive, 76% Feeling, 11% Prospecting, and 34% Turbulent. Hope this helps?

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    Quote Posted by Joe Sustaire (here)
    I did the test the other day and I came in as INFP also. I don't quite understand the percentage breakdown in the above post though. Mine shows 5 categories as shown below....
    Hi Joe,

    I think of it as a scale of 0-100. So in the example where the “Thinking vs. Feeling” = 75%, your nature or first instinct is to feel in a situation.

    For “Intuitive vs. Observant” = 43%, your almost half and half with intuition and observing. So there’s a balance. You use both.

    Where as, “Judging vs. Prospecting/Perceiving” = 11%, see below for characteristics, these are not high on your list of ‘musts’.

    Judging is the preference outwardly displayed. Judging does not mean "judgmental". Judging people like order, organization and think sequentially. They like to have things planned and settled. Judging people seek closure.

    Judging Characteristics
    • Decisive
    • Controlled
    • Good at finishing
    • Organized
    • Structured
    • Scheduled
    • Quick at tasks
    • Responsible
    • Likes closure
    • Makes plans

    These are a couple of links for you: Strengths and Weakness & Overall Conclusion


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    This is the updated count. It's also found @ post #1.


    Links: "Free Personality Test" & "Type Descriptions"

    UPDATED to post #156; 102 total responses

    Idealists:
    
INFJ - 24; 24%
    
INFP - 33; 33%
    
ENFJ - 6; 6%
    
ENFP - 13; 13%

    Rationals:
    
ENTP - 
2; 2%
    ENTJ - 2; 2%
    
INTP - 7; 7%
    
INTJ - 

12; 12%

    Guardians:
    
ISTJ -
    
ISFJ -
    
ESTJ - 3; 3%
    
ESFJ - 



    Artisans:
    
ISTP -
    
ISFP - 

    ESTP -
    
ESFP - 


    Personality traits:
    • Extraverted (E) - Expressive, outgoing, prefer group activities, eager to speak their minds, more comfortable when around other people than when alone, get energized by social interaction
    • Introverted (I) - Reserved, listen carefully, prefer solitary activities, more comfortable when alone than when around other people, get exhausted by social interaction
    • Intuitive (N) - Introspective, rely on their imagination, absorbed in ideas, focus on what might happen
    • Sensing (S) - Observant, rely on their senses, absorbed in practical matters, focus on what has happened
    • Thinking (T) - Tough, follow their minds, suppress feelings, focus on objectivity and rationality
    • Feeling (F) - Sensitive, follow their hearts, keep feelings close to the surface, focus on harmony and cooperation
    • Judging (J) - Decisive, prefer clear rules and guidelines, eager to commit, see deadlines as sacred, seek closure
    • Perceiving (P) - Probing, prefer keeping their options open, reluctant to commit, relaxed about their work, seek freedom

    Here you’ll find further explanation of your type and FAQ.
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    Wow, so many of us INFJ's and INFP's here!
    "When you've seen beyond yourself, then you may find, peace of mind is waiting there." ~ George Harrison

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    I have done this before, and can't remember what the results were last time (though I've never been introverted, so I know it started with an "E".)

    This time:
    Personality: ENFP
    Variant: Assertive
    Role: Diplomat

    So, what's the warm fuzzy stuff they wrote about ENFP's (of course we instantly migrate to the things we wanted to hear, right?)
    Quote "You can change the world with just an idea"
    (Gee, I wish I had an idea. snort snort :~)

    Quote "The ENFP personality is a true free spirit. They are often the life of the party, but unlike Explorers, they are less interested in the sheer excitement and pleasure of the moment than they are in enjoying the social and emotional connections they make with others. Charming, independent, energetic and compassionate, the 7% of the population that they comprise can certainly be felt in any crowd."
    Quote "More than just sociable people-pleasers though, ENFPs, like all their Diplomat cousins, are shaped by their Intuitive (N) quality, allowing them to read between the lines with curiosity and energy. They tend to see life as a big, complex puzzle where everything is connected - but unlike Analysts, who tend to see that puzzle as a series of systemic machinations, ENFPs see it through a prism of emotion, compassion and mysticism, and are always looking for a deeper meaning.
    I feel like Sally Fields, "you like me, you really like me!", but then I return to Earth and figure that gooey, ego-stroking stuff is written for every personality type.

    Quote "ENFPs' self-esteem is dependent on their ability to come up with original solutions, and they need to know that they have the freedom to be innovative - they can quickly lose patience or become dejected if they get trapped in a boring role."
    Ouch. Someone's been reading my diary.

    ====================

    Have any of you taken this test, waited a day or two (to forget how you answered at least some of the questions), and then taken it again? If yes, was the new result the same or different, and was it more or less accurate?

    Dennis


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    Quote Posted by Wind (here)
    Wow, so many of us INFJ's and INFP's here!
    INFJ = less than 2% of the total population
    INFP = less than 5% of the total population

    Yet on the forum between the two that took part make up 57%. Both categories fall in the ‘Idealists’ quadrant. What comes to mind is how a lot of threads point out that we need to move past the discussion and come up with concrete ways to make change.

    idealist |īˈdē(ə)ˌlist|
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    1 a person who is guided more by ideals than by practical considerations: he came to power with the reputation of a left-wing idealist.
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    Quote Posted by Dennis Leahy (here)
    I have done this before, and can't remember what the results were last time (though I've never been introverted, so I know it started with an "E".)

    This time:
    Personality: ENFP
    Variant: Assertive
    Role: Diplomat

    So, what's the warm fuzzy stuff they wrote about ENFP's (of course we instantly migrate to the things we wanted to hear, right?)
    Quote "You can change the world with just an idea"
    (Gee, I wish I had an idea. snort snort :~)

    Quote "The ENFP personality is a true free spirit. They are often the life of the party, but unlike Explorers, they are less interested in the sheer excitement and pleasure of the moment than they are in enjoying the social and emotional connections they make with others. Charming, independent, energetic and compassionate, the 7% of the population that they comprise can certainly be felt in any crowd."
    Quote "More than just sociable people-pleasers though, ENFPs, like all their Diplomat cousins, are shaped by their Intuitive (N) quality, allowing them to read between the lines with curiosity and energy. They tend to see life as a big, complex puzzle where everything is connected - but unlike Analysts, who tend to see that puzzle as a series of systemic machinations, ENFPs see it through a prism of emotion, compassion and mysticism, and are always looking for a deeper meaning.
    I feel like Sally Fields, "you like me, you really like me!", but then I return to Earth and figure that gooey, ego-stroking stuff is written for every personality type.

    Quote "ENFPs' self-esteem is dependent on their ability to come up with original solutions, and they need to know that they have the freedom to be innovative - they can quickly lose patience or become dejected if they get trapped in a boring role."
    Ouch. Someone's been reading my diary.

    ====================

    Have any of you taken this test, waited a day or two (to forget how you answered at least some of the questions), and then taken it again? If yes, was the new result the same or different, and was it more or less accurate?

    Dennis
    I've taken a whole bunch more free tests on the internet since I took the one suggested by RunningDeer. And, I'm still coming up as an ENFP. Some tests aren't very good, but after you try a few, you get a feel for which ones are more 'accurate'.

    By the way, I'm thrilled to be an ENFP -- I like the superhero cape!

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    I was wondering how the traits given by the result of this test relate to the categorization of the masculine and the feminine personality traits. I have always felt fairly androgynous in spirit... anyone know any good tests that touch on this distinction?
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    Overly detached INTP floating spock head over here.

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