Love, Sheils.

Apr 23

openstateofmiind:

I think true INFJs are ambiverts by design. Equally extroverted as we are introverted because we need to be around people in order to understand them and enjoy helping them, but then we need to be alone afterwards because too much empathy can wear you out, ya know?

infj-feelings:

text by - luminous—starss

infj-feelings:

text by - luminous—starss

infj-feelings:

quote by - charles eames

infj-feelings:

quote by - charles eames

infjdoodles:

I empathize way too easily with fictional characters. Even bad guys getting their comeuppance in the form of humiliation just makes me feel bad for them.

infjdoodles:

I empathize way too easily with fictional characters. Even bad guys getting their comeuppance in the form of humiliation just makes me feel bad for them.

(Source: opp.com, via myersandbriggs)

“Our culture made a virtue of living only as extroverts. We discouraged the inner journey, the quest for a center. So we lost our center and have to find it again.” — Anaïs Nin (via theabstractintrovert)

mindandmood:

Facebook on We Heart It.

mindandmood:

Facebook on We Heart It.

http://infjadvice.tumblr.com/post/81529633828/infjs-need-to-be-alone-but-infjs-also-need -

infjadvice:

INFJs need to be alone. But INFJs also need people. INFJs often pride themselves on their ability to be independent but there is such thing as too much time alone. INFJs live in that contradiction of needing/wanting to be alone but also desperately craving deep connections. INFJs want people to…

(Source: youreyeslikewildflowers)

playfulgypsy:

My soul on paper!!!

playfulgypsy:

My soul on paper!!!

(Source: iminfj)

introvertdear:

Truth.

introvertdear:

Truth.

sillyenfp:

The NF cluster: INFP, INFJ, ENFP, ENFJ.
Abstract thinkers who approach situations in a cooperative mode.

sillyenfp:

The NF cluster: INFP, INFJ, ENFP, ENFJ.

Abstract thinkers who approach situations in a cooperative mode.

(Source: personality.davenevins.com)

(Source: robyn-larue)

Apr 22

Idealists devote much of their time to pursuing their own identity, their personal meaning, what they signify-their true Self. It is not, mind you, that they are self-centered, self-serving, or selfish; they focus on the Self of others as surely as on their own.

myersandbriggs:

- David Keirsey, Please Understand Me II