INFP Shadow Functions – Introverted Intuition

In the previous post, I explored the INFP’s first shadow function or the INFP’s fifth function in the cognitive stack. This post will explore the INFP’s second shadow function, Introverted Intuition, in depth. The second shadow function holds the Critical Parent role. This role concerns how individuals find weak spots in other people’s arguments and judgments. Now, to…

Fi/Te vs Fe/Ti – Pairings

In my last post, I discussed the Ne/Si and Ni/Se pairings within all personality types. Like I said in the last post, every personality type has Ne/Si or Ni/Se. In the same way, every personality type has Fi/Te or Fe/Ti. For instance, INFPs have Fi as their first function and Te as their fourth function….

On Projecting and Absorbing Emotions (INFP & INFJ)

As previously talked about in Misconceptions About Feeling and Emotions, the INFP possesses two key functions, Introverted Sensing and Introverted Feeling, that enables the INFP to be in touch with the emotions much more than any other personality type. With “Si” as a filter that helps the INFP focus more on emotions than outer circumstances…

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…