Let’s breeze through the Enneagram wheel and combine the core aspects of each to the core aspects of an INFJ. This should be fun!
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.
Being a Gemini isn’t easy- let’s face it, Geminis! Gemini’s are misunderstood. They’re called two-faced or flighty or manipulative. In short, they have a bad rap. INFJs, this might sound familiar to you all too. INFJs also a misunderstood type, often miscategorized. If you 8s are listening, and you 8w9s, this feeling of being misunderstoood, miscategorized is also familiar. In today’s title, you probably noticed the mention of Gemini star/sun signs who also have Leo as a Moon sign and Virgo as their ascending sign. We’re going to get to that in the second half of today’s video.
Being all of these things bundled into one body- wow, talk about exhausting! It’s difficult to explain so I’ll explain it this way. It is like listening to 11 different radio stations at once yet being tuned in to every single one. That may sound all magical or whatever but is it really? Really let that sink in. Imagine sitting there in a crowded room full of people who are all talking at the same time. To many, its a sea of murmurs. To a Gemini INFJ 8w9, being concious of every pluck of a string, every frequency change, every word sung by a singer, all that, isn’t all poppy fields covered in unicorn droppings composed of glitter. It’s frustrating. It can be burdensome to look across the room and catch a glint of loneliness in a strangers eye and to just notice and pick up on things at a much deeper level than most others.
The concept of unconditional love is a beautiful thing, don’t get me wrong. However, it only exists in very rare cases and natural bonds, like toward a mother’s love for their child. We can look our lover in the eye and promise we’ll love them unconditionally but will we really? Even after they piss us off, poke the bear, slice our scars over and over and over again? Some, I guess it could happen. With an INFJ? I think not.
Today’s episode is especially for the ladies. It has to do with, uh, that time of month. PMDD effects approximately 5% of women. Now that you know how rare it is, imagine being an INFJ with it (the rarest personality type, about 2% of the population)! Has that sunk in? Now, imagine being a Gemini on top of all that?! Yea, exhausting!
We’re getting hot this episode. Today’s video begins with a question- have you ever grown so sick of somebody’s shit, all you could do was think about throat punching them 24/7? I mean, of course we won’t. INFJ may be a dick but they’re not dumb. They know all about people’s tendency to call the cops over literally every argument or disagreement. If an opposing party becomes too dominant over them, that phone comes out and it’s ‘911’ so fast, your head’s left spinning.
The Value of Independence as an INFJ. INFJ, of all types in the MBTI, values freedom. In a place where freedom is so hard to find, they find themselves constantly navigating rough terrain. In their eyes, it seems nothing comes easy, no feat without failure. As children, INFJ explored. They went further down the trails and encouraged others to find out what was beyond it. They may not have been scholars in the subjects shoved down their throats but they absolutely excelled in the topics they found interesting.
As they aged, they were labeled as a rebel and viewed as reckless adolescence all for not bending too much or as much as everyone else. In their latter years, their words and perceptions were called upon to start discussions and to get the rest of the class or group going. They’re like oil to the gears. In adulthood, especially once they find themselves- rather, own who they are- they’re a force to be reckoned with. Still a rebel, still reckless, but with more wisdom and realizations; also, with less expectation. Their words carry weight. Their actions carry merit. This all boils down to free will.