One of the best ways to understand how a personality type pattern operates in the psyche is with an example. Using my own experience and an example from John Beebe’s book, I illustrate the story of the ENFJ journey.
How does this pattern unfold? It begins with the dominant extroverted feeling (Fe), then the supportive introverted intuition (Ni), then the childlike extroverted sensing (Se), then the wounded introverted thinking (Ti) in the inferior position.
Lying in the shadow is the ENFJ’s oppositional “evil twin” introverted feeling (Fi), followed by the critical parent extroverted intuition (Ne), the trickster introverted sensing (Si), and the antagonistic extroverted thinking (Te).
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Hi, I’m Meghan LeVota — here to help you integrate your mind. I’m interested in cracking the code for how individuals can transform their relationships — with themselves and others — by integrating the psyche. This means illuminating the shadow, healing limiting beliefs, and navigating the collective unconscious.
This integration process becomes more manageable when one understands how their psyche functions. That’s where personality type comes in. By growing your conscious awareness of how your mind works, you gain conscious control over life. In other words, you’re getting your Ego on board with enlightenment, rather than forever feeling internal resistance.