Depending on the degree of knowledge and healing we can offer the wounding, it may end up running our lives – knowingly or unknowingly.
These are just some of the external challenges that wounded INFJs face on a regular basis.
Her profound ability to use her painful past as a light for others, and her tender but no-nonsense approach are precisely what makes her work so leading edge, and able to transform the lives of so many.
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What stands in the way of full actualization for a balanced INFJ is the patterning of deep wounding that occurred in our childhood.
This wounding exists on different levels of consciousness: the conscious, subconscious and unconscious mind.
Six months into her mentoring work she called me with the news – she was ten weeks pregnant.
Not only was her body relaxed enough to facilitate a baby, she had never been happier.
She was feeling closer to her husband for the first time in years, and her creative side took an unexpected turn in that she began sewing baby blankets for new mothers who could not afford one.
When our contributions are not appreciated, our wounded-ness surfaces and we can be left feeling lonely, under-appreciated, misunderstood, and even misrepresented.
Few people understand the level of commitment INFJs offer to the world.