A Sadie Solfeggio experiment with dialogue…
Today’s topics: babies are geniuses!, are roads clogging Earth’s pores?, was divorce created to prevent domestic crime?, mind-blowing facts about the auditory and visual spectrum, and more!
INFJs, ever imagined what it’d be like to be a social “butterfly”? Eeeek! I hear ya!
oday’s post, we celebrate the magic of Winter Solstice and of life. For those who don’t know the symbolism of this day, per space.com/winter-solstice, “At the Winter Solstice, the sun travels the shortest path through the sky resulting in the day of the year with the least sunlight and therefore, the longest night” in the northern hemisphere. This is reverse in the southern hemisphere and occurs in June. The Winter Solstice is the celebration of the sun. READ MORE.
Thanksgiving isn’t just for turkeys. We can say it’s for family but, for some, that isn’t it either. Click on the blog and see how we, as INFJs, can put our best foot forward and try to make a better tomorrow based on our todays.
Humans suck. Keep reading…..
𝕎𝕖𝕝𝕔𝕠𝕞𝕖 to 🅸🅽🅵🅹 🅺🅸🅽🅶🅳🅾🅼. Today’s topic: Each star sign as an INFJ. That’s right, we’re running through all twelve in a nutshell. We’ll breeze through what sucks about each sign and then get into the warm fuzzies. The zodiac and the MBTI are by no means the manuals to all-being or anything remotely scientific. This is all just for fun and just to see what we discover along the way. (Visit theknight.site/blog for more)
So, each generation as an INFJ. Where to begin? First, let’s start by reminding ourselves what an INFJ even is besides the awesomest.
INFJ, vindicated, and how the INFJ personality type makes amends after doing a dirty dirty. This isn’t one of those my-shit-doesn’t-stink INF J videos about this sage, mystic, ball of magical perfection. INFJs typically make amends in a very, very different way. (read full blog)
We talked about magic and bright white lights, faith, and some hocus pocus. We hear so many stories of supernatural and deeply spiritual experiences from NDE to reincarnation. Some of these stories are false. Humans have a tendency to exaggerate or jump on band wagons if a topic is trending. A rare handful truly have witnessed the things they speak of.