They talk about being "in the zone" a lot when it comes to athletes - which to me is basically the ability to focus all energy towards maximizing the human potential in terms of achieving physical greatness.
I wanna know if this is an experience "feelers" can relate to when it comes to experiencing certain feelings at a given point.
Like --- if I want, I can put myself in a "feeling zone" at will. If I want to feel something, I just think about it and start really feeling it.
I usually do this when I'm feeling extremely creative; mostly with music and poetry. If I want to write something dark and melancholic, then I can literally replicate feelings of darkness, depression, sadness --- and then come out of those feelings just as easily and put myself in them.
Can anyone relate :/ I posted this in the ENFJ forum and got no response, so I'm trying to get some from my INFJ friends. When I talk about this with people IRL, I usually get some pretty odd looks before I decide to shut up.
Can this be related to cognitive functions or MBTI in any way?