INFJ: ๐“ฃ๐“ฑ๐“ฎ ๐“ข๐“ฎ๐“ฎ๐“ญ๐“ต๐“ฒ๐“ท๐“ฐ, The Basics of INFJ Intuition

INFJ: The Seedling

Disclaimer: All blogs are part of Channel 11: INFJ on YouTube. Today’s topic will not be a podcast episode.

Today, we’ll be going over the bare-bones basics of the INFJ intuition, what intuition is, an example of how we use it in our everyday lives, and how it benefits us. Life is the best teacher, INFJ the perfect student. This comes from the natural empathy we possess and also our own experiences. Lots of INFJ’s have had rocky lives. Often times, it’s the deepest souls who feel the most and the INFJ’s depth surpasses oceans.

Intuition is defined as the ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning. Often, what we assume is intuition is really just speculation. True intuition is that gut instinct that comes on so strong, there’s no choice but to follow it and there is no questioning it. Out of all 16 MBTI types, the INFJ is more prone to this. This comes from a lot of people watching; self-reflecting; our understanding of higher realms, being and ideas; and our appreciation for absolutely everything- the good, bad and ugly.

For instance, this summer I got to watch my garden grow day by day, excited at the stages of plant life. I got to see baby moose and mama’s in their own skin in their own environments with their own priorities and dominant senses. I watched a bull moose suffer from brainworm and get shot twice right in front of me. I got to watch the birds at my five feeders all day, any day, everyday and study each of their songs and personalities. Everywhere I look, there’s so much beauty, so much magic and it honestly hurts when I realize not everybody is appreciating and respecting it. There is also so much darkness and lessons to be learned from it, brightness to be had if only we could be wise enough to see it. It’s bothersome to see litter by the lakes and in the forests, because I know those same litterers are the same people on Facebook everyday boasting about how much they love nature. If you love it, I tell my 4-year old niece, let it grow. This is a mantra we live by.

INFJs, we are the seed of a tree. Appreciated by those who need or respect us, crushed by those that don’t. We bud and it takes a while for us to bloom … But when we bloom….oooooh weee! If you’re going through a tough time right now, remember this- it takes a while but we always get there. The world may not see the preparation but they’ll surely see the show

The INFJ intuition is dictated by deep love, breathtaking appreciation and unshakable respect. We feel wrongdoings before the wrongdoer even realizes they F’d it up. We are able to see the mistakes of yesteryears and crave to make things right again but we get discouraged knowing many others need to step up too because, no matter how much we wish otherwise, we can’t go it alone. It takes a group of like-minded people to hold weight and cause some sway. The INFJ being safe in their solitude have trouble finding that group. The good news is, once we find the courage to plant the seed, the group finds us.

INFJ doesn’t need to pick up that litter and get constant praise. We do it because it needs to be done, because the thought of animals choking or getting hurt by it does not sit well with us, because we want children to get into nature and see how clean it is and grow to be passionate about keeping it that way. INFJ believes in doing the right thing whether someone is watching or not. Mankind’s past connection to nature has not been forgotten to INFJ and knowing how it once was blesses us with the gift of intuition.

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