[VIDEO] Are INFJs Psychic?


Are INFJs psychic? Do we have a natural, innate ability to commune with the spirit world, or is there a more rational explanation for our insightfulness?

Find out more in today's video. Be sure to leave a comment about your own psychic experience!

Love,
M.




Helping Others vs Helping Ourselves


Hello from the Cafe! Hope everyone is warm and cozy. I'm working on it...am drinking a nice, hot mug of Raspberry Passion tea. Getting closer to cozy with every sip, lol.

Before I get into today's post, I want to thank you for responding so positively to my first YouTube video. I've never done anything like that before, and it was a little out of my comfort zone. So I really appreciate your encouraging comments and feedback. You guys rock! More videos are coming...stay tuned.

Okay, so a while back, I posted an image on the Cafe fan page that had to do with the often-talked-about INFJ characteristic of not being so awesome at taking our own advice. Here's the image:

[VIDEO] Describe Your INFJness in One Word


If you could describe your INFJ experience in one word, what would it be?

Weird?
Passionate?
Intense?
Complicated?

All of the above (weir-pass-tens-licated)?

I know the one I'd choose. And to make this fun, I decided to tell you in a video. It's about time we meet face to face, right? So give it a view and leave a comment with the word that best describes your INFJness. It's okay to make one up. Around here, weird is the norm. :)

Enjoy,
M.




Anxiety: Breaking the Habit


Hey there, guys. A few weeks back, I wrote a post that touched on the issue of anxiety. It came from the perspective of carrying childhood fears into adulthood, and I got some interesting feedback on it. Some of you have carried anxiety around for years with no improvement. Some feel it's gotten worse. Others have found ways to overcome it, though it never truly goes away.

Anxiety is one of those things that seems to plague INFJ personality types. It's not limited to us, of course--anyone can have anxiety in varying degrees--but for some reason, we tend to suffer a great deal from it. Why is this? Are we somehow prone to it? Or are we just more open about it than our introverted brethren?



At its very core, anxiety is basically worry or fear. For most people, it pops up when they're facing a stressful situation. But it can also be triggered by anticipation of future events...an upcoming test, performing in public, attending social gatherings. Sometimes, it doesn't need a trigger at all, like when you're suddenly overwhelmed by sensory data in a crowded place.

So, if anxiety is a fear-based emotion, does that make it easier for INFJs to experience?