Using Your INFJ Intuition to Make a Difference in the World

Using Your INFJ Intuition to Make a Difference in the World

Most INFJs are highly in tune with our intuition. We use our primary introverted intuition function to help us navigate the world. It helps us know things about people and see things, by recognizing patterns and connecting dots, that most people don’t see so easily. When you think about it, you realize that this type of intuition is actually a superpower. INFJs want to help everyone that we possibly can. We dream about saving the world and our intuition can help us do just that. Let’s look at three ways we can make a difference.

1. Seeing people for who they really are

INFJs use our intuition to help us know things about people, things that most other people miss. This gives us the ability to see people for who they really and truly are. We can see past the fake facade, past the mask that they’re wearing, past filtered photos last all of the fibs and lies that they have perfectly curated for the world.  We see the truth, whether they want to see it or not.

The best part about this amazing superpower is that we see people for who they really are and we accept them that way. We offer them true acceptance, which is I accept you even if you would spend your whole life advocating for something that I would spend my whole life advocating against.

So many people nowadays feel lost and confused because even though people are more connected than ever they aren’t getting what they truly desire which is to be seen and heard and understood. As INFJs show up and see them for who they are and offer them this thing that they desire most to be seen and understood. We meet them with acceptance and a genuine curiosity that only understanding can satisfy.

2. Bringing together the right things at the right time

Our INFJ intuition helps us not only to see people but to know what they need the most. Sometimes what they need is emotional support, but other times they need physical things. We have the ability to curate the things that they need and bring them together in the most supportive and reassuring way. Our attention to detail and our desire to please other people make for amazing experiences for those that we genuinely care about.

3. Solving problems that other’s don’t see

Our intuition also helps us to see problems that others don’t see. We recognize things that can be improved quickly and are able to brainstorm solutions quickly as well. We consider everyone who will be affected by these changes and we consider the most efficient and cost-effective way to implement changes. Our intuition helps us to see the bigger picture and to recognize all of the patterns so that we can make the best decision possible.  whether we are planning a vacation, organizing a grocery store, or navigating a global supply chain crisis, we are up to the task and won’t stop until we find the best solution possible. 

The Tune Into Your Intuition Challenge offers simple, structured daily lessons and exercises that will get you excited about your inner guide and make it easy for you to step into your true self.

I’ve mastered this practice through my own deep desire to listen to my inner guide. Being me and giving myself as much attention and love as I give away is the most important thing I do every day. It’s kept me calm, healthy and grateful no matter what I may be going through.

I’ve laid out the plan for you and I’ll guide you every step of the way. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve been leaning into your intuition for years or are a complete beginner. All you have to do is show up.

And here’s my promise: By the end of this 30-day challenge, you’ll have a solid foundation of guidance, an improved connection to your inner guide, and a calm mind.

Learn more here: https://www.infjwoman.com/intuition/.

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