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@AETERNALIGHTASTROLOGY :An Honest Analysis on Kori's Saturn Return

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Mars Conjunct Neptune (Sister)

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1.05 degrees:

The person is psychically animated. She lives an ethereal, rather than physical, existence. She is blatantly clairvoyant and telepathic, though in many cases the person is unaware of any special talent since her abilities are so naturally ingrained. The person is idealistic, romantic and undiscriminating. She is impractical, unrealistic and has a difficult time in the world of humankind, due to her dreamy nature and altered perception of reality. The person is psychologically confused and restless in her soul. Her longing for fulfillment is insatiable, and she is forever chasing happiness in the outer world (where, of course, it remains elusive). Her imagination is too active and she is open to realms of existence closed to the average mortal.

The person is motivated by subconscious forces. She is powerfully afflicted by moods, feelings and psychic impressions. She lives life by instinct and emotions. She is far too impulsive…

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INFJ vs INFP

Psyphics

Some people cannot decide if they are INFP or INFJ. Both types are idealists and seem similar on a superficial level, so it is common for INFPs to mistype as INFJs and vice versa.

Reasons for Indecision

Low J or P Scores

The official MBTI score report presents a continuum between the four dichotomies.

I/E – Introversion – Extraversion

N/S – Intuition – Sensing

F/T – Feeling – Thinking

P/T – Perceiving – Judging

In addition to showing your preferences (INFP or INFJ), it displays a numeric value that indicates the strength of the preference. 100% showing definite preference, 0% showing no clear preference. This leads to the common misconception that the dichotomies are traits, meaning a person with a high F has a low T or a person with a high J has a low P. The numbers do not measure how much of a judger or a perceiver…

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