These portraits may look a little bit different from each other, but all of them have the same overall
mood. This is because they all show a fairly strong preference for being idealism (iNtuition, represented by the Blue) over pragmatism (Sensation, represented by the Yellow).
The images here also all show relatively mild preferences for the Feeling-Thinking and the Judging-Perceiving pairs of opposites. This balance makes all of the images fairly colorful, showing I am versatile and flexible.
These spiritual portraits also demonstrate how the Groja © program can draw higher-resolution images that can be quite intricate, but still convey the same overall
My results on the Keirsey questionnaire show a very slight preference for Feeling (Red) over Thinking (Green). My results on the Humanmetrics questionaire show the opposite: a very slight preference for Thinking (Green) over Feeling (Red).
My results on the Keirsey questionnaire show a very slight preference for Perceiving (increasing the amount Blue and Yellow) over Judging (increasing the amount of Green and Red). My results on the Real MBTI ® questionaire show the opposite: a very slight preference for Judging (Green and Red) over Perceiving (Blue and Yellow).
An INFP with a stronger Feeling preference is Woody Allen. I find it fairly easy to relate to him, but defintely feel more logical (Woody did not like school, but I loved it).
An INTJ with a stronger Thinking preference is the fictional character from True Detective, Rust Cohle. I find it easier to relate to his character than to most cops, but definitely feel that he's much more extreme than I could ever be.
I feel strongly that my awareness of these differences — even these more subtle differences which are more of degree rather than just
type — is very helpful in my day-to-day life. I consider this site, and the vision it presents, to be my very own personal equivalent of Sailor's snakeskin jacket.
For more, see my article on medium.com about all this!