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PHQ | QUESTIONS FROM COMMUNITY: In this episode, Joel and Antonia answer a question about getting into action as an INFJ.

In this episode, Joel and Antonia answer a question about getting into action as an INFJ. #INFJ #INFJgrowth

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  • Kat
    • Kat
    • March 24, 2022 at 7:42 pm

    An important ‘life hack’ I found for myself that may work for others is to focus on one’s clearing energetic boundaries on a regular basis. I struggled for decades with stalled life goals while putting others’ needs ahead of my own. I read many books related to positive thinking, setting healthy boundaries and time-management hacks, but while helpful in many ways, these practical skills did not lead to lasting positive changes. I DID experience major shifts in my life when I started focusing on my intuitive and feeling capacities through meditations that focused on healing energetic wounds and visualizing healthy energetic boundaries. Jeffrey Allen’s ‘Duality’ program and books like ‘Own Your Energy’ (by Alla Svirinskaya) and ‘Energetic Boundaries’ (by Cyndi Dale) were game changers for me. I am now more able to respect my needs and move toward my goals while being present with others in a balanced way. Hope this helps someone.

  • Irma Eva Fenley
    • Irma Eva Fenley
    • December 20, 2021 at 12:34 pm

    Really appreciate all the comments… I guess my struggle today is whether to choose harmony over setting a boundary. My instincts say harmony but will I get hurt or disappointed if things dont flow. Setting a boundary would be more self loving but selfish also…hmmm?

  • Jacqueline Kami
    • Jacqueline Kami
    • May 6, 2021 at 10:20 pm

    Hi Joel and Antonia, thank you for these podcasts, it has given me much to think about and work on. For me, action has always come when my heart and head align…my head is hearing/seeing all these things about the world and everywhere you look, there’s need. My heart compels my head to act. All the things I’m most proud of have been when I’ve actually reached out to someone and then all that’s in my head actually becomes useful to someone else (not all at once haha). Like mentoring someone in a programme, like taking on management of a project that makes agricultural research more relevant to farmers’ needs, etc. The hardest part is believing I have something to offer and acting on it. Lucky for me, my ESFP husband is there to give me a push when needed.

  • C
    • C
    • May 6, 2021 at 6:40 pm

    I first thought focusing on my extroverted feeling was a brilliant way to get me to act, then I realized I do that already and it’s the cause of my problems. I focus on what OTHERS need and want and NOT what I need and want. I’m too self-sacrificing. I’m trying to remember that I’m a person too, but doing anything that hurts or bothers someone else is really hard for me to do. I would rather choose to sacrifice myself than cause anyone else harm or bother. I am in action all the time doing things for others. I need to learn how to act on MY behalf even when it bothers others.

  • Maria
    • Maria
    • August 5, 2020 at 11:13 am


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