Hello, my friends, and many blessings. I hope you are well and your week is going well so far. I’m well, grateful, and in reasonably good health. I am thankful for anyone taking the time to read my words today. 

I’m writing this on Wednesday night  (3-15-23) and am happy with what I accomplished today. I’m working on developing my habits and creating the kind of life I desire. 

As I have said before, I’m in a learning and developing season, and learned a lot today. I often listen to informative and intellectual content throughout the day while doing monotonous household tasks. 

Today, I peeled and cut leftover winter squash from last year’s veggie garden. I listened to political podcasts and videos on YouTube about my MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) personality type. 

I learned a month ago that I am the rare INFJ (Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, Judging) personality type.

Since I started listening and reading up on the INFJ personality for the first time in my entire life, I felt seen and understood.

What does being an INFJ mean? For me, It means I think a lot, I have an analytical mind, I have a tendency to overthink and complicate things, I tend to feel lonely and misunderstood, and I don’t relate to many people. I am an idealist, an introvert, a visualizer, a manifester, and a creator.

INFJs tend to want to use their superpowers, gifts, and strengths to make the world better in some way. We gravitate to things like philosophy, nature, and beautiful and spiritual things. We need much personal time to process our thoughts and emotions and reenergize our souls. INFJs are wise old souls, spiritual, and see patterns that help them to visualize possible future outcomes.

Learning about my personality type has helped me understand my past and present and is a guiding light on which path to take moving forward. I know why I am coping the way I’m dealing with the transitional shifts that my life, my family,  humanity, and the planet are undertaking (all at the same time) at this time. 

I am openly documenting my thoughts, emotions, opinions, discoveries, and experiences via my writing and online sharing because it is helping me to learn, develop and cope. 

About a year or two ago, I discovered I am an Empath. What that means is I feel and absorb other people’s emotions. So that makes me an INFJ Empath. 

 It was a precious gift to my life that my journey led me to this farm, isolated from almost everyone, during these highly volatile, fear-driven, divided Trump, Pandemic years. I’m genuinely thankful for that for more reasons than one. 

In my previous post entitled “I Hope Love Wins,” I described how taking a day to fall back made me feel slightly depressed at the end of the day. 

I watched a video on Youtube today called “INFJ Characteristics| Why INFJS Can’t Really Chill!!!” It helped me to understand momentary depression better. 

Learning what makes me tick is valuable in understanding my strengths, weaknesses, needs, likes, dislikes, reactions, behaviors, whys, etc. 

I have never met anyone like me in my entire life. I have never met another INFJ. I feel like a weirdo most of the time. No one produces Instagram content like mine. I’m one of a kind, and it’s lonely.

I love it when I make connections with other unique personalities or spiritual people here, but that has not happened much. 

I am very much looking forward to the day when I connect with other INFJs. If you think or know you are one, please let me know. 

Thanks for reading, friends.

Sincerely love ya.