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This is a discussion on INFP or INFJ? Struggling between these two. Any wise insights welcomed! within the What's my personality type? forums, part of the Personality Cafe category; Originally Posted by Flower Hat You sound very much like an enneagram type 9. I haven't done any enneagram test, ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flower Hat View Post
    You sound very much like an enneagram type 9.
    I haven't done any enneagram test, but as I went through the description on the, the 9 really sounds familiar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamos123 View Post
    Thanks for analysis & questions!
    You're welcome.

    I thought about it and I came to conclusion, that the reason - why I'm not so expressive - is that I'm simply calm most of the time. Actually, when something really pisses me off or makes me happy I'm not so much able to cover it. The case is, that these situations do not happen very often.
    Sounds more Fe. Type 9s tend to be very calm, generally. We've got low energy reserves. Slow and steady.

    I'm not sure if I understand this question. How the internal organization should look like?
    Internally ordered. Organized logic. There's an order to your thoughts, like a sort of structure within your mind.

    The first is slightly more accurate. I remember better the external situations/events than what I felt/thought/said. I have also good memory about people, especially when they did something which resonate with me (either in good or bad way).
    Point to Se over Si.

    I mean periods of intensive exercising, healthy eating, meditations, avoiding alcohol etc.
    Inferior Se over inferior Te. Inferior Te would say, "Organization. Getting shit done. Trying to get my life in order."

    To be honest, I could remember better the principles within math/physics from the lessons in school. I didn't have to learn much to be able to keep avg. grades. If I made mistakes, it was usually due to inattention, more than anything else. This was not applicable in languages. You have to learn for hours and the grammar wasn't always so logical for me on the first sight.
    And the argument that "once, after years, you might probably find an usage for all this" hasn't worked for me. So I rather stuck with things I enjoyed back then.
    I can't relate to this. Sort of. I think I was good at maths because I understood the system that everything ran on. However, I'm still unsure as to what function that might be related to. Te? You talk more about "principles," but is that enough to say that you're good at these subjects because you're NiTi? I don't think so. It might be more of a person thing.

    I don't remember if it was always, but I'm very visual. I usually try to visualize the process and solution in sense of geometry. Or I try to build a simple model situation. Then transfer the principles into more complicated problems.
    Now, this sounds Ti.

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