This is pretty much what I was going to say. I've heard introversion describe as a flow of energy that flows inward instead of outward, so the energy is always there. However, what about when someone who is naturally introverted is forced to make that energy flow outward, somehow? Would they then be losing energy, expending it like a withdrawing from a bank? And what about for extraverts who turn inward? I wonder how(/if) this relates to the Jungian cognitive functionsI think the very key thing is their energy is directed within, so what is traditionally seen as energetic, if extraverted in bias, is not likely to fit the introvert.
By that, then high energy would be erratic, excited, and discontent. Somehow I prefer being your definition of low energy.
well, based on your definition...being low energy sounds quite wonderful,
Nope. I would say that defines a lot of introverts, but there are plenty that are anxious and irritable. It's just harder to pick up on, because they are inwardly focused. So an introvert could be freaking out, but look quite calm on the outside.