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How Each Myers-Briggs Type Uses Religion

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Religion has existed for ages and continues to be a dominant force around the world for both good and evil. Religion can serve many purposes and for many people it can mean different things. It can be a tool for control or a guideline for how to live righteously. Here’s a look at how each Myers-Briggs personality is likely to utilize religion.

INFJ

For INFJs, religion can provide a sense of purpose and belonging – something that INFJs desire deeply. Religion operates on faith rather than facts, but INFJs have the capacity to take stock in things for which they cannot prove empirically. INFJs are drawn to metaphysics and symbolism as part of their search for meaning in their lives. Furthermore, INFJs appreciate the sense of fellowship and unity that religion fosters and also the moral guidelines it provides which can give them some direction when they lose their way in life. INFJs would like to believe that the universe is not just a cold, heartless void and that somewhere behind it all, there is a loving creator who actually cares about them.

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    What Each Myers-Briggs Type Is Smug About

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    It is normal to have a little in pride in what we are good at. Each Myers-Briggs type is likely to be a bit arrogant or self-assured about the areas in which they are proficient. Here is a look at what each MBTI personality may be smug about.

    INFJ

    A sense of moral superiority and a notion that they know what is best may be something for which the INFJ is guilty of. While they are indeed like a spiritual guru, well-equipped for moral arbitration taking into account important black-and-white facts and logic in tandem with compassion and empathy, INFJs may come to think too highly of their opinions and take for granted their standard of moral authority. They may sometimes display arrogance in the form of a messiah complex or through unsolicited homilies that may strike others as being sanctimonious regardless of how well-intentioned they may be. INFJs may sometimes feel their ability to read people is on par with professional psychics and crystal balls.

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    What Each Myers-Briggs Type Does When No One’s Looking

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    How we behave publicly is often in contrast with how we behave when all by our lonesome. In the presence of others, we are slightly more inhibited and self-aware and so any impulse we experience will be immediately screened through our built-in social filters so as to avoid humiliation or ridicule. The more comfortable we are with ourselves and the people in our company, the less inhibited we tend to be. However, it is likely there will always be aspects of our personality that we would prefer to keep behind closed doors. Here are the sneaky things each Myers-Briggs (MBTI) personality type is likely to do when they think no one is looking.

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    What Each Myers-Briggs Type Was Made To Do

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    Certain personality types are better suited than others for certain purposes. Here is a look at what you are made to do based on MBTI personality type.

    INTP

    Plumbing the depths of what is knowable, providing clarity and making sense of complex epistemological issues. INTPs are attracted to complicated problems where they can really apply their intense and obsessive overthinking to good use. INTPs are haunted by conundrums and enigmas they cannot decipher but they will persist doggedly until they either succeed or die trying. For this reason, INTPs by virtue of their personality traits, put themselves in a better position than others to work out solutions to the most perplexing problems of both philosophical and theoretical nature. The vast amount of thinking they do provides them ample opportunity for forming ingenious insights society can benefit from.

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    The Logical Fallacy You Likely Use Based On Your Myers-Briggs Type

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    A logical fallacy is a form of rhetoric that is deemed invalid or provides an insufficient basis for an argument. It is often used defensively to deflect guilt or justify one’s actions and beliefs in a deceptive way. Logical fallacies can be very persuasive and the people who use them may either be genuinely convinced of their soundness or willfully manipulating the truth to serve their duplicitous ends.

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    Personal Growth For Each Myers Briggs Personality Type

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    “The first half of life is devoted to forming a healthy ego, the second half is going inward and letting go of it.”
    - Carl Jung

    You have only one life to live and what you get out of it largely depends on your ability to grow and develop as a person. Each of us has a unique story and life path to follow and along the way will come challenges that reveal our strengths and expose our weaknesses. Using the MBTI, we can learn to recognize aspects of our personality that are underdeveloped and then work to improve them. Recognizing your cognitive weak points is the first step in fortifying them but you can also take some solace knowing that other people with your MBTI type share your struggle. Here is a look at some of the areas in which each MBTI personality type can focus on improving to be the best they can be.

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    Research Statistics About Each MBTI Personality

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    Research On the MBTI Personality Types

    There have been many MBTI studies designed to test and supplement the psychological typing system with empirical data. Fortunately for us, we benefit from generations of data already collected, and much of it holds up well with Jung’s ideas. More importantly, these studies provide scientific analysis with which to refine and improve understandings of each type including function dynamics and interaction between the types. Here is an assortment of notable statistics and findings about each Myers Briggs type, culled straight from the MBTI Manual.

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