So, I came across this Myers-Briggs practitioner, Anna Barsova, who wrote two separate articles on INFP and INFJ:
Take a read - do you find it accurate for yourself or the people you know?
I found her articles really interesting. They have their own color to it, in the same way that Blake’s articles do, but instead of a punk-rock tone, I’m getting more operatic feels.
This passage in particular in the INFP article resonates with me strongly:
The Introverted Feeling helps INFP create a small “galaxy” of selected people and interests, with very sweet and supportive atmosphere. This galaxy is ruled by “emotional tuning” aimed at pleasing each other, along with desire for a feeling of intellectual freshness in communication.
On their part, these “happy and smart” people around INFP are supposed to adore and appreciate all INFP’s efforts. In INFP’s opinion, this is the only real harmony possible in the world.
I am a very tribal person. I have a deep hunger and longing to not only be part of a community, but to also invest in the community. Loyalty is what I live for. Broken relationships suck the life, soul, and heart out of me. I go to extraordinary lengths to maintain my closest relationships.
However, I also do have a humanitarian drive in me as well, which is I guess where I differ from the article. It manifested quite strongly in my college activities, and it was cool to see it confirmed in my astrology via @piggie’s analysis.
Let me know what you all think