Fellow INFP's - does any of you have this problem with sounds and lights especially when concentrating on something? As silly as it may sound I have started to think that I would function for example at work a lot better if I could wear ear plucks all the time even when talking with other...
This may sound crazy, but watching a behind the scenes bit about making sound effects for some movie caused a bit of a revelation for me - there are a lot of 'sound effects' in real life that I have always been completely oblivious to (it was a while back but I don't think I've asked this...
simply noise [I like pink noise best.]
rainy mood [+ music of your choice = bliss]
jazz and rain
rainy cafe [great to paint to!]
calm sound [also has visuals]
ambient mixer [Gryffindor Common Room is great for studying.]
Seeing how some/most of ''us'' enjoy chaos I was wondering....Is it just me or do others have trouble with the abscence of sound?
Can't stand it myself tbh, NEED some kind of ''white noise'' in the background in order to be able to relax.
What about you lovely people?
I don't know if this may pertain to all INFPs but I find myself very sensitive to noises such as something beeping, things falling on the floor, a bell ringing, etc.
Do any of you have sensitivity towards sounds or noises? If so, how do you react to them?
This didn't turn out precisely I way I wanted it. Oh well.
I held the small, white face to mine, tracing every detail with my eyes. The thin lines shined in the dimming light, and I could hear a tiny sound. With a single press, the music that had not once disappeared before ceased, and the...
I'm a little new to the Enneagram Theory, but I know I'm a strong 6w5. It seems from my reading of the 6 that we are highly fearful or paranoid of the simplest things, which often leads to a sort of innate skepticism. I've notice that there are certain sounds in particular that seem to trigger...