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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    I actually think this is a nice, simple way of describing how a 3 wing affects a 4. I think the overemphasis on being dramatic & image-conscious probably does make some INFP 4s shy away from identifying with a 3 wing.

    Personally, I'd love to be a 4w3. I think they're usually more outwardly interesting. There's something kind of dry about being a 4w5......
    Really, my ultimate goal in life is a nice and simple way of describing the 4w3? Thank you!

    Also, I honestly can't stand the dramaness associated with 4w3; 4's of both variety can be emotionally subtle and introverted without the envy or temper tantrums of children.

    Also, my nect 'Type Me' video (to come soon) should be very outwardly interesting

    A few more examples, in literature & film:
    Holden Caulfield, Catcher in the Rye, IxFP 4w3
    Penelope, The Brothers Bloom, INFP 4w3
    Celine, Before Sunset/Sunrise, xNFP 4w3
    Annie Hall, INFP 4w3

    All of those previous examples listed are musicians/singers also .
    I can relate to Holden; existential bullshitter who wants to be that catcher in the rye. I really need to finish reading that book.

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    Brian from family guy and Jean Grey from X-men.

    [youtube=lwNAukD5MRc]Jean Grey INFP 4w3[/youtube]

    Also, Isabelle Adjani.

    [youtube=BZ2d_EyNc2g]Isabelle Adjani INFP 4w3[/youtube]

    Morissete is INFP, but a 4w5.

    There's also Bubbles on TypoC.

    Savage Idealist is not a 4w3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Brian from family guy and Jean Grey from X-men.
    Also, Isabelle Adjani.
    Morissete is INFP, but a 4w5.
    Hmmmm interesting.

    There's also Bubbles on TypoC.
    I think I've heard of her; does she still post here on the site?

    Savage Idealist is not a 4w3.
    I had a feeling that you were going to say that. Care to explain why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Idealist View Post
    I think I've heard of her; does she still post here on the site?
    Sadly, no. :sad:

    I had a feeling that you were going to say that. Care to explain why?
    When I see true examples of 4w3 like Boy George, Karl Lagerfeld or Michael Jackson, you simply don't seem similar to them at all.

    [youtube=P-2xfR6DzhE]Boy George 4w3[/youtube]

    [youtube=iCJFZAcx-ZA]Kar Lagerfeld 4w3[/youtube]

    [youtube=2lB31RtdXGY]Michael Jackson 4w3[/youtube]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    When I see true examples of 4w3 like Boy George, Karl Lagerfeld or Michael Jackson, you simply don't seem similar to them at all.
    None of those are INFP though....I'd type them ENFP, INFJ, and ISFP respectively.

    I would've guessed that Savage Idealist was 9w1, but he knows himself better than I do. I still think his 4w3 description is succinct too.
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Sadly, no. :sad:
    How unfortunate

    When I see true examples of 4w3 like Boy George, Karl Lagerfeld or Michael Jackson, you simply don't seem similar to them at all.
    But those individuals al one cannot be a sole representative of what the 4w3, nor can I be certain that they are actually 4w3's at all.

    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    None of those are INFP though....I'd type them ENFP, INFJ, and ISFP respectively.

    I would've guessed that Savage Idealist was 9w1, but he knows himself better than I do. I still think his 4w3 description is succinct too.
    9w1 is certainly a possibility in my tri-type as is 4, and ultimately, even with the assistance from many others, it is I whom must decide what I am

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Idealist View Post

    But those individuals al one cannot be a sole representative of what the 4w3,
    They are representative, and a true 4w3 would be quite similar with them. You are not.

    nor can I be certain that they are actually 4w3's at all.

    You can wen you are competent in enneagram.
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    Robert Smith of The Cure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    They are representative, and a true 4w3 would be quite similar with them. You are not.
    Not necessarily; the key focus of the four (as with any other type) is what their motivation is (in this case identity); external personality factors beyond that are mere folly.

    Also, I was saying that there could be other famous 4w3's that I could relate with, but then again, knowing the diversity of huanity, I imagine that there are very few famous people that I could fully relate to in terms of any possible enneagram personality.

    You can wen you are competent in enneagram.
    I am competent in the enneagram (at least to a certain extent anyway). And if I'm to compare myself to other 4w3's, then I would surely have to be certain of their types through my own observations.

    Quote Originally Posted by Catharsis View Post
    Robert Smith of The Cure.
    I don't think I've ever heard of him, but I can go look him up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Idealist View Post
    Not necessarily; the key focus of the four (as with any other type) is what their motivation is (in this case identity);
    No. Enneagram is not about your motivation, it is about the way you perceive the world, and the mental fixation and the passion who naturally rise from this.

    external personality factors beyond that are mere folly.
    No. They are authentic manifestations of the type. 4w3 don't act all the same way, but every release a specific vibe that you don't release.

    Also, I was saying that there could be other famous 4w3's that I could relate with, but then again, knowing the diversity of huanity, I imagine that there are very few famous people that I could fully relate to in terms of any possible enneagram personality.
    There's others people who share the same type than you, but they are not 4w3.



    I am competent in the enneagram

    No.

    I don't think I've ever heard of him, but I can go look him up.
    You look nothing like him.
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