INFPs are very careful people. We don’t want to make mistakes, we don’t want to offend or disappoint. This mindset of always wanting to please can bring a lot of anxiety in our lives. I will elaborate more on anxiety … Continue reading INFP tip #55 : Testing the limits
There is a lot we can learn from other personality types. I was recently very interested in the “T” types, who, when communicating, tend to see the message itself, more than the way it is said. On our side, (for … Continue reading INFP tip #54: Disarm with rationality.
INFPs are full of ideas. We can find inspiration in almost everything. And each idea seems to generate millions of other ideas. There are so many things that we could do, so many possibilities. It’s good and bad at the … Continue reading INFP tip #53
This post is related to my last post about expressing yourself and not being afraid of doing the things you want to do / saying the things you want to say. Something very important to notice, when you want to … Continue reading INFP tip #52
You are not limited to Introversion, Intuition, Feeling and Perceiving. Remember that MBTI is a test to know your preferred functions, not your onlyfunctions. If you are INFP, it means that your default behavior, the way you are and the … Continue reading INFP tip #49
If you are an INFP, you probably take life too seriously. You are a natural born idealist. You have a vision of perfection. You want to be better. You want other people to be better too. You want people to … Continue reading INFP tip #48
A lot of meditation guides will tell you something like: Focus on your breath, on he sensations of your body, and let the thoughts flow freely. The moment you feel like you are going deeper in anxious thoughts or feelings, you should focus back on the present moment, the breath, the body. What they don’t always put emphasis on is why it seems to work so well. The idea is really to detach from the feelings. Make a habit of addressing your feelings like they are something outside of your true self. You are not anxiety. You notice feeling of … Continue reading What meditation taught me