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    For lack of where to stash this....this video is good at describing the "depth" of an INFJ and how utilizing it in family, relationship, and work environments can create a win-win for both the INFJ and the other.

     
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    I love this video!! Thanks for sharing. I am sure I will be thinking about this for the rest of the day.
     
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    You're welcome :)
     
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    That was great Sandie. He nailed 'Me' most of the time. I was lucky that my parents did make an effort to get me and my brother. I think my brother is iNFP.
    Most of my wife's family doesn't (didn't) really get me. My late Sister in law was ENFP so she did 'Get' me a lot.
    I like what Scott said about INFJ seeing into people. The other people fearing the INFJ's ability and throwing other stuff at us in a strong offence is the best defense kind of way, which only allows us to see even deeper into their character. We do freak people out that way.

    I also liked what he said about seeking 'Obvious Practical Applications' for our Ni. I like doing that but realize that sometimes there are no obvious practical applications. You know, maybe illustrating ideas or perceptions via creative writing.
    Any way, Thank you.
     
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    You are welcome @CosmicINFJ . I thought it was a great video.
    Have you ever tried "free-association" writing? I've found that helps me:)
     
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    @Sandie33 not (consciously) for a long time. Although I may be doing it sometimes. I will investigate :)
     
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    Good to hear you do this :)

    I was just thinking "mapping" also for you to try.
    It's where you write a word or phrase in the center of the page and circle it. Then draw a line, write another word or phrase and circle it, and another line, and so on so forth until the page us filled. I find when I don't write to rhyme or reason doing this, but rather stay on the circle I'm in not recalling the previous circle, I often come up with quite a story out of it.
    Because I'm artsy, I'll often get creative with my circles and lines and end up with a work of art too once the page is full. lol. I've often wondered if the result is a caption of what my mind looks like on the inside...silly huh. :p
     
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    I'll have to try this
     
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