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Hi everyone! I am now a MBTI® certified practitioner! If you have taken the paid test, or a free test before and are interested in learning more, I am your girl 🙂

My fee is $200 per session, and I will learn more about you and ask questions to get to your preferred personality type. We will work through each set of personality type letters, and determine your best fit type. Feel free to reach out to me with questions as well. Here are some of the reasons why you may want to know your preferred type:

» Great for determining your best fit career, or finding a new career if your current career doesn’t fit

» Great for finding common ground with others and understanding where they may be coming from

» Dig in to determine why you answered the questions the way you did, and determine if this is really your best fit type

» It’s essential for wellness and self care. To determine what you need to be your best self, you must first understand yourself

There are multiple other reasons to find out your preferred type and I am here to help!

Email me for questions, or to set up your session.

Happy Sunday!

Teal

INFJ/ENFP Relationships

Hi all,

In continuing with the relationship series, today I will discuss INFJ’s with ENFP’s. I am intentionally starting with INFJ (as my own type) but will expand out from there. Please let me now if there is a type pairing you are interested in, and I am happy to write a bit about it!

Again, as a reminder: stay tuned for you and your partner’s type! This information also applies to friendships, or familial relationships, but I am going to apply it to romantic relationships for purposes of efficiency.

A common pairing for INFJ is ENFP. The similarities between the two types are the “NF” middle two letters, also called the mental function in MBTI. A lot of people see the middle two letters as very important to have in common, because typically people with the same mental functions will have a similar objective in life, and view of the world. For instance, NF’s tend to look for a deeper meaning and connection with people and everything endeavor in life.

To start, let’s discuss the type preferences that are opposite (extroversion and perceiving):

First are the extroversion versus introversion preferences. People with a preference for extroversion regain their energy from other’s energy, and people with a preference for introversion gain energy from time spent alone. I think this specific preference has a lot of misconceptions, due to all the information that is out there about extroversion versus introversion, some of it right, some of it wrong. This type preference does NOT mean that people with an extroversion preference don’t sometimes want to be alone and vice versa for introversion. This really comes down to the way the types process information. People with an introversion preference take more time to process information and will take the time to process before speaking. People with an extroversion preference speak before they process information, which is why they tend to come across as more talkative than introverts. It also relates back to the initial point, and that is why the extroversion preference gains energy from being around others. They will bounce ideas off the people they are around, and that is how the begin to start the processing of the information they have received.

Second is perceiving versus judging. Each of these letters is the way the type preference perceives the world. People with the perceiving preference are uncomfortable when projects are completed and prefers to keep an open mind about their plans, and a person with a judging preference is uncomfortable with incomplete projects and prefers to have a pretty good idea of what they will be doing in the near future.

To dive into the cognitive functions, an INFJ’s dominant cognitive function is introverted intuition. This means that the INFJ takes in patterns and data and processes it internally. This leads to flashes of insight that usually look random to most people, because they don’t realize the INFJ has been processing things internally for a long time. This is a subconscious process, and the INFJ will not likely realize they are doing this, so a lot of times a flash of insight can also feel random, even to themselves, unless they think back on patterns they have witnessed and put together. To conceptualize this, you can picture an evidence board, with string linking things together. That is how an INFJ’s mind works. An ENFP’s first cognitive function is extroverted intuition. This means that ENFP’s first way of processing data is taken from the external environment. They may use this to come up with lots of creative solutions to problems (but don’t ask them to follow through on just one of these great ideas!). They will use their external data collection to pick up on patterns in their external environment and come to conclusions based on that data. They will make their decisions and create new ideas based on this pattern collecting. They are big picture people, and do not like to be bogged down in the details. They can be seen as people who are very random and spacy because their mind is constantly putting together patterns that other types cannot see. However, they appear less random than INFJ’s using introverted intuition, because this is an extroverted function, they will likely talk through their process with others, and help other people to see where they are coming from along the way, versus appearing to have a very random insight.

The secondary functions for each type: the INFJ’s secondary function is extroverted feeling and ENFP’s secondary function is introverted feeling. The INFJ uses their secondary function externally and they tend to prefer harmony amongst groups and others they interact with. The ENFP’s secondary function is introverted feeling, which means they process feelings opposite of the way the INFJ does. An INFJ will process emotions by talking their feelings out, or journaling, but the ENFP will process their feelings internally, and they won’t speak about their feelings until they have fully processed their emotions. A big difference in these processes is that the INFJ will talk through their feelings, the ENFP will only speak of their feelings once they believe them as an absolute fact. They run their feelings through an internal value system, which specifically includes values based on past experiences. The ENFP may get confused when the INFJ tries to talk through their feelings, thinking that the INFJ is stating a fact, when in fact, the INFJ just wants someone to discuss their feelings with.

ENFP’s and INFJ’s have similar cognitive functions, the functions are just opposite; introverted and extroverted. This can cause potential tension between the types. The INFJ may prefer to have alone time to process the patterns they have picked up, and an ENFP may prefer to try and talk about them. This can be exhausting to the INFJ and can be not stimulating enough for the ENFP. However, great discussions can arise out of introverted intuition and extroverted intuition, so if each type can allow for a bit of the others preference, this pair can go very well together. This is generic, and of course, all types can learn to do things differently, but most of these types experience similar issues in relationships with each other.

ENFP’s and INFJ’s are likely to share similar creative interests, like writing, philosophizing, listening to music, hiking, reading, dancing. There are likely to be a few hobbies that are different, as with any type pairing, but with similar mental functions (NF), these two types are likely to have similar hobbies.

The best way for these two types to get along is to indulge each of the cognitive functions a bit, especially the dominant functions which are introverted and extroverted intuition. If an ENFP can understand that INFJ’s require a lot of along time, and if the INFJ can understand that the ENFP wants to theorize and discuss out loud, sometimes even just listening deeply to them, this type pairing can work very well.

I hope this helps some of you in an INFJ/ENFP relationship! Feel free to email if you have questions, or if there is a type pairing you’d like me to discuss next, or anything else! Infinitetealskies@gmail.com

My website is: www.infinitetealskies.com

Link to MBTI Training Institute: https://mbtitraininginstitute.myersbriggs.org/

Additionally, I have a free gift offering! When you sign up for my newsletter on my website, you will receive a free PDF about MBTI Type Dynamics. Sign up here: Teal’s Newsletter

Happy Sunday!

Love,

Teal

INFJ/ISTP Relationships

Hi all,

I am going to start a new series about different types in relationship with each other. Stay tuned for you and your partner’s type! This also applies to friendships, or familial relationships, but I am going to apply it to romantic relationships for purposes of efficiency.

A common pairing I have seen recently is INFJ and ISTP. The only type preference that these two types have in common is introversion. That means that there can be a lot of misunderstanding between these two types, and a lot of heartbreak and confusion can occur. The great thing about MBTI is that you can use it to understand your partner and figure out where they are coming from. So, let’s break down the three letters following introversion, and the primary & secondary cognitive function of each type.

First is sensing versus intuition. Each of these letters is the way the type preference gathers outside information. People using the sensing preference prefer to use their five senses and learn and take in facts and data. People who use the intuitive preference take in patterns and abstract details. They like to ask, “what if?” and theorize and then create conceptual ideas. Both types can be creative, but in very different ways. People who use the sensing preference are creative through touching, feeling and making things more beautiful than they were to begin with. They are also usually good at painting, and precise types of creativity. People who use the intuitive preference are creative through abstract concepts and ideas. They tend to be writers and create new ideas for their visions, versus using old methods. The easiest way to determine this in partnership is to how them a picture. If they list factual details about the picture, they likely have a preference for sensing. A person with a preference for intuition will see metaphors and a deeper meaning in the picture (whether it is actually there or not).

Second is thinking versus feeling. Each of these letters is the way the type preference makes decisions. A person with a thinking preference will decide based on efficiency and choose the most rational option. People with a preference for feeling will make decisions based on other people and how they may react to the person’s decision. Some people use BOTH preference letters in their decision-making process, but the way to determine which one your partner prefers is to pay attention to what instantly comes to their mind when you have a decision to make. Do they instantly think about how you will feel or think? Or do they worry about the most efficient approach first, and your feelings after?

Last is perceiving versus judging. Each of these letters is the way the type preference perceives the world. People with the perceiving preference are motivated by deadlines, and will wait until the last minute to start a project, even if they have been working it out in their head and thinking about it for a long time before beginning. A person with a judging preference prefers to complete things far ahead of the deadline, so that they can make changes if needed before the deadline. Waiting until the last minute typically causes judging preference types anxiety.

To dive into the cognitive functions, an INFJ’s first cognitive function is introverted intuition. This means that the INFJ takes in patterns and data and processes it internally. This leads to flashes of insight that usually look random to most people, because they don’t realize the INFJ has been processing things internally for a long time. This tends to be a subconscious process, and the INFJ will not likely realize they are doing this, so a lot of times a flash of insight can also feel random to themselves, unless they think back on patterns they have witnessed and put together. To conceptualize this, you can picture an evidence board, with string linking things together. That is how an INFJ’s mind works. An ISTP’s first cognitive function is introverted thinking. This means that ISTP’s first way of processing data is to line up data and facts internally. They may use this to estimate measurements and precision isn’t necessarily their strong suit because they base decisions off of internally processed facts, which may or may not be reality. They will make decisions based on gut feel coming from data that was processed through their introverted thinking. They will tend to like to read and learn a lot, as introverted thinking takes in a lot of facts and data, but they will only take in the data that makes sense to them. Again, I think it is important to note here, that because this is each type’s dominant function, the first cognitive functions tend be done unconsciously, this is not a deliberate act.

The secondary functions for each type: the INFJ’s secondary function is extroverted feeling and ISTP’s secondary function is extroverted sensing. Since these are both the first types extroverted functions, this is how each of the types will interact with the outside world, and this process is usually done unconsciously as well. This means that the INFJ will have emotions that they want to externally process with their partner, friends or through journaling. They also prefer external harmony and have a very hard time when they feel someone is upset with them. The ISTP’s secondary function is extroverted sensing, which means they enjoy activities such as driving, hiking, or working on cars. They will enjoy anything that is physical and engages the five senses. Because this is an extroverted process, they tend to like to do these activities with other people and meet people and discuss with them similar hobbies.

A lot of differences of opinion can arise with the cognitive functions. Because the INFJ processes things using intuition, they may come across as unqualified to the ISTP, and the ISTP may discredit the INFJ’s findings due to it not being based on the ISTP’s internal processing function. The INFJ may get upset with the ISTP for not wanting to theorize or discuss abstract concepts. The secondary function can cause issues when the INFJ tries to talk through their feelings, and the ISTP prefers to be working on a car versus talking about feelings. Which can obviously lead to hurt feelings from the INFJ, and frustration from the ISTP because they are unable to understand why the INFJ wants to talk through their feelings, as well as become frustrated that the INFJ may not have as much interest as they do in the physical, present moment. This is generic, and of course, all types can learn to do things differently, but most of these types experience similar issues in relationships with each other.

ISTP’s and INFJ’s may have very different interests, as the ISTP will enjoy physical hobbies, such as flying a plane, learning to drive well or fixing a part for a car, while the INFJ likely enjoys hobbies such as reading, yoga, or meditating.

The way to work through a lot of this is to just understand each other. If the INFJ wants to talk, the best way to engage an ISTP is to go for a walk or hike, and then ask them to discuss feelings. The ISTP is much more likely to oblige the discussion when their extroverted sensing is already engaged. Likewise, the ISTP can get the INFJ interested in their hobbies by also taking the time to indulge the INFJ and talking about abstract concepts once the INFJ has fully processed and formed an opinion on a theory or idea, or to discuss feelings every once in a while, without being judgmental and really just listening to the INFJ. The INFJ can understand that the ISTP may have processed a fact using their introverted thinking, and that may be why they are disagreeing with the INFJ.

I hope this helps some of you in an INFJ/ISTP relationship! Feel free to email if you have questions, or if there is a type pairing you’d like me to discuss next, or anything else! Infinitetealskies@gmail.com

My website is: www.infinitetealskies.com

Link to FREE Type Test: Jung MBTI Typology Test

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Happy Sunday!

Love,

Teal

The Highly Sensitive Person

Does loud music overwhelm you? Do you get stressed by loud noises or a lot of external stimuli? Do things like roller coasters actually feel painful instead of fun? Do you feel emotions very deeply? Do certain foods affect you more than they seems to affect other people? Do you ever get called “too sensitive”? If any of these apply to you, or other similar things, you may be a highly sensitive person, like me. All it means is that you have a sensitive nervous system, and you can be easily overwhelmed or overstimulated. This is called sensory processing sensitivity. If any of this resonates, I recommend the book The Highly Sensitive Person, by Elaine Aron:

http://www.amazon.com/dp/0553062182/ref=nosim?tag=infiniteteals-20

Reading this book changed my life, and actually helped me to understand myself better. I learned how to set boundaries, with others and with myself. I learned how to reframe my thoughts, and now I know that my sensitivity is a strength and not a weakness. I learned how to become an advocate for other highly sensitive people. Because highly sensitive people aren’t the majority of the world, we can be easily misunderstood. It’s helpful to know that there are others out there, and that we have tools to survive. High sensitivity is a gift, but it can also be very difficult to navigate through. Please reach out to me if you are struggling with this at all.

I’d also just love to hear from you in general, what subjects would help you to learn more about? Email me: infinitetealskies@gmail.com

My website is: www.infinitetealskies.com

Link to MBTI Training Institute: https://mbtitraininginstitute.myersbriggs.org/

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Happy Sunday!

Love,
Teal

What in Your Life Would You Most Like Help With?

I’d love to hear from you! 

What in your life would you most love help with? Anxiety? Overwhelm? Relationships?

Email me at: infinitetealskies@gmail.com or leave a comment!

I’ve been reading Autobiography of a Yogi, and it is absolutely life changing. If you haven’t read it, I highly recommend it. I have found that connecting to my higher power each day, and meditating, has helped me to calm my thoughts and inner voice. My typical level of anxiety has almost disappeared. I can’t say that a really big, important meeting wouldn’t still cause me some anxiety, but certain things that used to cause me daily anxiety, no longer cause that reaction in me. It’s important for our mental health to find what works for us to calm our minds!

Link to MBTI Training Institute for finding your type: https://mbtitraininginstitute.myersbriggs.org/  

Additionally, I have a free gift offering! When you sign up for my newsletter on my website, you will receive a free PDF about MBTI Type Dynamics. Sign up here: Teal’s Newsletter  

I can also help if you don’t know your type and want to find out. I am a certified MBTI practitioner and can help you to find your best fit type. Take a look at my coaching and consultation page on the website for more information.  

Happy Sunday & Daylight Savings! I hope the lost hour wasn’t as rough for you as it was for me….whew!

Love, 

Teal 

Myers-Briggs Type and Stress

I’d love to hear from you, readers!

As mentioned previously, when we continue to live in a MBTI letter preference that isn’t our preferred letter preference, this is what causes us stress. For example, an intuitive living in a very sensory environment (i.e. a corporate engineering company) can cause a lot of stress for that person. A person with a preference for intuition can certainly use sensing, and use it well, however, not being able to theorize, or think abstractly or ask “what if?” will cause the person with the intuition preference to become stifled and stressed. In extreme cases with no relief, this can lead to depression and anxiety. We can use our knowledge of our MBTI letter preferences, the cognitive functions and what causes each type stress and anxiety to mitigate overwhelm and stress.

This is where you come in. I’d love to hear your type, what causes you stress, and how you overcome & mitigate it. Feel free to comment on the blog post, but also email me! I’d love to hear from you:

Email me: infinitetealskies@gmail.com

Link to MBTI Training Institute: https://mbtitraininginstitute.myersbriggs.org/ 

Additionally, I have a free gift offering! When you sign up for my newsletter on my website, you will receive a free PDF about MBTI Type Dynamics. Sign up here:  Teal’s Newsletter 

I can also help if you don’t know your type and want to find out. I am a certified MBTI practitioner and can help you to find your best fit type. Take a look at my coaching and consultation page on the website for more information.

Happy Sunday! 

Love,

Teal

MBTI Types and Overwhelm

Everyone uses all eight letters of the MBTI. However, everyone also has a natural preference for one letter over the other, which makes up your four-letter type. When we use our preference letter that is not natural to us too often, this is what causes us stress. For example, an introvert who is in sales as a career may experience stress throughout the day, or exhaustion at the end of a long day, in which they had to speak and outwardly express themselves to many individuals. This does mean the introvert is not good at sales, it just means that they are living outside of their normal preference letter.

We can use MBTI to figure out why someone may have higher levels of stress and/or anxiety. Each four-letter preference type has its own cognitive functions. The first cognitive function in the stack is the one that each person will use the most and rely on to identify and relate to the world. Without going into too much detail here, there is also an inferior function, which is the fourth function in your cognitive function stack. When we are stressed or anxious, we can get into a cognitive function loop, meaning we are living life on repeat of our inferior function. For example, the INFJ’s (my type) cognitive functions are: introverted intuition, extroverted feeling, introverted thinking and extroverted sensing. So, extroverted sensing is my inferior function. When I am caught up in stress, I may overeat, over-exercise, and get caught up in overly sensing details in the external world when I am stressed. I get stressed when I am not able to relate to the world using introverted intuition, which can be for various reasons.

I will go deeper into these cognitive functions in the coming weeks here on the blog, but I wanted to give a high-level overview so that you can understand what I may be able to help you with as an MBTI practitioner. We can do an initial type assessment to find out your type, and then if you are interested, we can continue with life coaching, so that I can help you find your stressors and work through them.

I’d love your input and to hear what you think. What is your type and what makes you feel stressed? Please email me and let’s start a conversation!

Link to MBTI Training Institute: https://mbtitraininginstitute.myersbriggs.org/

Email me: infinitetealskies@gmail.com

Additionally, I have a free gift offering! When you sign up for my newsletter on my website, you will receive a free PDF about MBTI Type Dynamics. Sign up here: Teal’s Newsletter

Happy Sunday!

Love,

Teal

Why You Want to Know & Use MBTI To Understand Your Relationships

When you know your own Myers-Briggs type, it is eye opening. There are so many things you can do with the knowledge; figuring out your stressors, figuring out your career; or even using it to navigate a challenging situation. But when you know the MBTI of the people around you, in your life and in your relationships, you hold the key to peaceful communication with others; complete understanding and knowledge of others; how others act, and why the act the way they do.

Once you are able to understand and identify others types – some examples are: your parents; your siblings; your significant other; your friends; your co-workers, you can really make a difference, especially in a challenging relationship that you cannot choose (i.e. parents, siblings or coworkers). Each preference type has a different way of processing the world; through decision making; through processing information; through planning out their life; through identifying the world and others, and the only way to understand why someone does something the way they do it, is to know their MBTI.

Let’s start with a simple example, as this is a very common one that plays out in all types of relationships. The 4th letter in the series is either people with a preference for judging, or a preference for perceiving. Those with a preference for judging prefer to get things done in advance of a deadline. They like to have the project done, so that they have time to make tweaks, change things as needed, or just be done with it and know it’s turned in and checked off their to-do list. People with a preference for judging can experience anxiety if they don’t get the task done in advance, thinking that they may likely miss the deadline, or be too pressured to complete it in a short amount of time that they won’t give the project the time it deserves. They also like to check off tasks because they want to save money, for example, they will go ahead and cancel that subscription, so they aren’t surprised by the charge on their card the following month.

People with a perceiving preference are the opposite. They enjoy the pressure the deadline gives them, and often won’t start on the project until just enough time prior to the deadline to complete the project. They tend to think about the project, and think of ideas for it prior to, and just up until, starting the project, but they don’t actually start it until they have just enough time to do so. In the instance that they don’t budget enough time for it, they are comfortable negotiating an extension of the deadline, or in some cases anxiety is caused for these types if they are nervous to ask for an extension, and then they can feel as though they have let someone down (the reaction and response to this goes into the other letter preferences).  In the example of the subscription cancellation, they will likely wait until the day before to cancel it, so that they can get the most benefit out of the subscription, even if that means running the risk that they forget to cancel it and are charged again.

Anyway, you can see how this can play out at work, or in a romantic relationship. If you manage someone at work, and you have a preference for judging, and they have a preference for perceiving, you may have to have an upfront expectation conversation with them, because otherwise, they are not likely to understand why you want the project completed in advance of the deadline, and feel as though you are micromanaging them. The opposite can happen as well, where if the manager were someone with a perceiving preference, they can judge the person working for them, wondering why they act so quickly, and wondering why they cause themselves stress when they had additional time to complete the project. I see this in play out every day in all of my relationships, and I try to help people to understand where I, and others, are coming from. This was an incredibly small example, but can you imagine if everyone knew and followed MBTI and understood others personality types? We might actually be able to achieve world peace!

I’d love to hear what you think! Email me and let’s start a conversation.

Link to MBTI Training Institute: https://mbtitraininginstitute.myersbriggs.org/

Email me: infinitetealskies@gmail.com

Additionally, I have a free gift offering! When you sign up for my newsletter on my website, you will receive a free PDF about MBTI Type Dynamics. Sign up here: Teal’s Newsletter

Happy Sunday!

Love,
Teal

Why You Want to Know & Use MBTI to Live Your Best Life

I’ve decided to do a series on the Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator for the next several months. I thought I’d start today with a little bit about why you might want to know your MBTI type. Next week, I’ll discuss why you might want to know the type of others in your life. After that, I will explain a bit more about how you can use MBTI to apply these in your day-to-day life. Then, I will really get into specific types and the differences between them.

I want to start out with a reminder that all type preferences are equal. No type preference is better than another, and we all use each preference type in our day to day life. The big reason that you would want to know your preference type and to understand it, is that if you are living your life in another preference type letter consistently, this will cause you emotional and mental stress, and this is what leads to burn out, whether it be in your job, or relationships or any other areas of life.

Have you ever felt stressed for an extended period of time and felt unable to get out of that feeling, which then leads to extreme burn out? Or maybe you are currently experiencing this? You were likely living in a preference letter that isn’t indicative of your true preference type, and your psyche becomes stressed, and is trying to show you that it isn’t comfortable living in a preference type letter that suits you.

For a fairly obvious example, a person with a preference for introversion who is constantly forcing themselves to extrovert, will become tired and agitated after a certain period of time, as the mind continually tries to pull the person back to their natural way of being. The person with an introversion preference is not being recharged in the way that the brain requires. It would be the same for a person with a preference for extroversion trying to recharge using introversion. It won’t work for them, and the opposite of recharging will happen. This happens with all the preference types letters as well.

Therefore, the MBTI training institute says that no one has a preference for both letters (i.e. an ambivert) . Everyone uses all 8 letters on any given day; however, you have a natural preference for one letter over another. It is also great to establish your use of the opposite preference type letter but learning how to switch it off when you feel yourself get too stressed is key. This is where self-care really comes in and knowing when to take a break.

I’d love to hear what you think! Email me and let’s start a conversation.

Link to MBTI Training Institute: https://mbtitraininginstitute.myersbriggs.org/

Email me: infinitetealskies@gmail.com

Additionally, I have a free gift offering! When you sign up for my newsletter on my website, you will receive a free PDF about MBTI Type Dynamics. Sign up here: Teal’s Newsletter

Happy Sunday!

Love,
Teal

The Surrender Experiment

I finished reading the Surrender Experiment, by Michael A. Singer in one day. One. Day. It was SO good. My theory is that he is an INTP, and he is a really great storyteller. It really inspired me to set out to silence the constant chatter in my brain, and work on surrendering to what life throws my way.

For those that have no clue what the book is about, it’s about a man who was working on an economics PhD, and before he completed it, he began to start doing yoga and meditating a significant amount of time to calm his inner voice. He decided one day that he wouldn’t let the inner voice control his life, and he would surrender to whatever life brought him. He then lived his life by allowing life to dictate his plans, instead of his own inner voice. He started out living in the woods, and by then end of the book was a millionaire who had been CEO of a tech company.

Despite the outcome of the story, it was an inspiring tale of training your inner voice to shut the heck up. I’ve practiced this all week, meditating more, and surrendering more. At one point, I was searching for a complex answer to a question for work, and I started feeling a usual flutter of anxiety in my chest that comes with not knowing the answer. Then, I told myself to surrender and let go. Two minutes later, the answer literally popped into my head. Now, one could argue that all I did was give it the space to come up, but honestly, I don’t think it matters. I think you could call it divine insight or clearing the anxiety to allow my brain to work, but it accomplished the same result.

Anyway, give it a read and let me know what you think. I thought it was fantastic.

Please send me feedback! Email me: infinitetealskies@gmail.com

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Love,

Teal

Power vs. Force

Happy Sunday everyone! I have been reading the book “Power vs. Force” by David R. Hawkins, and it is fantastic. It’s an odd transition from muscle testing to the metaphysical, but it is based on scientific testing for proof and it is powerful. The book teaches that every person has their own level of energy calibration. Some people calibrate at a level of 500, which is love, and some calibrate at 50, which is shame. The highest that one can calibrate at is 1,000, and this level is called enlightenment, and only several people over the course of the universe have calibrated at that level; think Gandhi or Jesus. There are many levels that one can calibrate in between those examples, but the point is that we all have an energy calibration that we exist in and base our realities in.

I found it incredibly interesting that he mentions that people who calibrate at a high level (700-1,000) can bring thousands of people up several levels of their own calibration. As Mike Dooley, the author of “Notes from the Universe” puts it, “thoughts become things, but not all thoughts are the same.” Truly positive, altruistic thoughts bring up the level of calibration of people all around you. On the other hand, an extremely low calibration can bring many people down, however, the positive calibrations are much more powerful and strong than the negative.

Over time in history it has been proven that power is much more effective and positive than force. Force is used when people are calibrating at a lower level and are using force to exert their will on a certain community, or on the world at large.

Anyway, I highly recommend the book! Let me know if you have read it or are interested in reading it, and feel free to email me if you want to chat further: infinitetealskies@gmail.com

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Mike Dooley’s website: https://www.tut.com/