INFP Cognitive Functions (Part 1)-Primary Functions

The INFP cognitive stack was mentioned a little in The Basics of INFP. The only cognitive functions mentioned were the four primary functions: “Fi”, “Ne”, “Si”, “Te”. These are the primary functions, the key ways of thinking, perceiving, and making decisions. These develop first in your life, and these are the functions that you prefer…

There Are No Opposites in MBTI

One common misconception-or just opinion-among many people is “If I’m INFP, then it should be impossible to relate to someone that is ESTJ.” Or for instance, if one is prone to being prideful, then one may think that their own type is special, and the opposite type’s way of life and thinking is pointless and…

Misconceptions About Feeling and Emotions

Everyone experiences emotions. The common misconception about Feeling and Introverted Feeling is that those with such a function experience more emotions than others, and/or are more emotional than normal people. The truth is, we all have emotions. Sometimes, however, Feeling types and people with Introverted Feeling high in their cognitive stack may be misunderstood to…

Cognitive Functions Explained

Before I really dived into cognitive functions, I really wasn’t sure what to think about them. I didn’t know if they were “real” or if there was any proof behind them. After really digging deep and exploring them, I realized how true they were, and they resonated deep with me. Now, I’m not saying ditch the…

Reality to INFPs

(This a post I wrote on a different blog, decided to add it here) Our lives are full of imagination. We interpret life through our fantasies, our day dreams we encounter daily. We spend our lonely hours dreaming up possibilities, paths and roads leading to hope and emotion. Every hour of our life is spent…

An INFP in an ESTJ World

Disclosure: This is merely speculation, not a lot can be interpreted by what I’m about to say. I’m mostly interested in the possibility that INFP is rare. Technically, INFP isn’t the least common personality type in the world, nor is ESTJ one of the most common types. A few sites state however that ESTJ is…