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Hey everyone, I’m Erik Thor, an expert on using personality psychology for flow and personal development.

Are you an INFJ Buddha (A) or INFJ Neanderthal (T)?

Jokes aside, there are many striking differences between the INFJ A and the INFJ T personality types. Today, we’re talking about how neuroticism can influence your personality type, your strongest cognitive functions and much more.

The INFJ A Zen Master

With Introverted iNtuition in the dominant role and as the strongest developed cognitive function in your stack, the INFJ A type represents an energy of zen, calm, and wisdom.


On the contrasting side, we have the INFJ T personality type. What I’ve seen in this type is that there is a strong state of sensory overwhelm as Extroverted Sensing takes a more pronounced role. This type is often distracted and overcommitted and restless.


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