I keep seeing this sentence pop up in many definitions of the INFP personality, but I admit I am a little confused.
Does this mean there are people who DON'T have rich inner worlds? I thought having a rich inner world was a human characteristic and not a personality trait. Can anyone provide...
More I see the repeated words,
More I see the grabbing words,
More I see the way of the world,
Why what is chosen,
Bringing more choices,
For the soul to see,
A day modernly,
Solutions for a new change,
Or a reminder of a lost memory...
Yes this is a thread about culture, but not as we know it - I have a theory and I was wondering what your thoughts on this theory might be.
As Infps we are known for spending much of our time in our own heads - we have our own personal worlds inside of us and have grown accustomed to living...
I've got too much colour for this black and white town
I've got too much spirit for these atheistic grounds
I've got too much life to be stuck in these catacombs
I've got the power to keep many different homes
Nomadic gypsy, maybe that's what I ought to be
Roaming from place to place, seeing...
I'm feeling a bit giddy now after crying for nearly an hour tonight (not silently, either, which is rather out of the ordinary). Heh, the only thing that could ever make me happy after doing such a thing...
I wonder if this is what it feels like when you have really close friends...?
I'm truly starting to feel that desire to stay in my inner world for all eternity. I think it's because I've actually started constructing it - "inner world" doesn't refer to all of the thinking and the simulations I do like it used to. Before, I didn't really have a true "world" inside my mind...
Even as an introvert myself (I think), I find it hard to define what the inner world is.
How would introverts on here describe their inner world? Is it something to be discussed or is it private to you?
So there's all this talk about us INFPs having a rich inner world, completely agree. but then i wonder- how do my fellow infps see things? Ik it's personal but we're on the internet, so nothings really personal lol. :wink:
My inner world is space. It may seem like...
All fives have one. Sometimes they're hard to put into words because they're so complex and multilayered. But nevertheless they are an interesting look into the workings of the mind.
Mine is made up of all my collective musings and observations. I like to call it Überstadt, when I think of it...
TLDR version: Answer the question in bold.
There's something about being an INFJ that I could always relate to, but could never understand why I did based on theories of MBTI and cognitive functions alone. That is inner conflict and the vast complexity of our nature. I've had reason to believe...