Magic in the Moonlight
Introverted Intuition (Ni): Sophie can visualise what she wants, devise a method of getting it and go after it until she achieves it. She loves ideas and new experiences and enjoys trying to solve puzzles. She’s intuitive enough to figure people out and impress them and one of the few who can catch on to Stanley’s mode of thinking. She’s able to argue against Stanley and find flaws in his logic where other people are intimidated and clueless.
Extraverted Feeling (Fe): Sophie uses other people’s emotions to win them over and get what she wants. She’s incredibly charming and her financial support depends on her ability to make people love and adore her. She loves to entertain people and make them enjoy themselves, but more so in hopes of manipulating them for her own benefit than because she loves them.
Introverted Thinking (Ti): Sophie is one of the few people who is willing to critique Stanley’s logic. She points out contradictions in his statements, and actually stumps him with her schemes. She thinks deeply and carefully about everything she does. She doesn’t base her logic empirically, and has a hard time understanding why Stanley needs empirical proof so intensely.
Extraverted Sensing (Se): Sophie lives on gambled time. She’s willing to take calculated chances, and enjoys luxury. She’s surprised when her schemes are found out and she doesn’t necessarily know how to improvise her way out of it. Everything she does is with the intent to bring more lovely luxurious things into her life.
2 thoughts on “Sophie Baker: INFJ”
I don’t know if I agree with all of this. I myself am an INFJ, and as far as I know, emotional manipulation isn’t really our territory. I, for one, would never dream of manipulating other people for selfish reasons like personal gain.
You are one INFJ in a sea of many, many INFJs who are all very different from you. Some of them happen to be emotional manipulators.
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