I do "connect" here with INFP's (and some ENFP's) but I would say that I relate better to the 5's and 9's, maybe even 7's, than the 4's or 6's ... and I think there's only one or two INFP so-doms on the forum, so most INFP's 'round these parts aren't as wired to the group dynamic as I feel I am.
Maybe I am better at sniffing out the enneagram F'ness rather than MBTI T'ness due to my sharing the F? Just rambling there. Who knows?
"Remember always that you not only have the right to be an individual, you have an obligation to be one."
― Eleanor Roosevelt
"When people see some things as beautiful,
other things become ugly.
When people see some things as good,
other things become bad."
― Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching
Looking into all of the enneagram types now, I'm starting to identify more as a type 7w6 than to any of the MBTI types. Even though the enneatype descriptions still have some of the same problems the MBTI ones have with listing more of the extremes that I don't relate to, I get more of a sense that I'm a 7 at the core level and there's at least one person I know IRL who thought this to be the case. MBTI is getting kind of fuzzy right now but I'm sure I'll end up figuring out that part too..
5 and 7 are right next to each other on the integration/disintegration line, which means 5s under stress will start to behave like unhealthy 7s and 7s when relaxed and in control will start to behave like healthy 5s. (Of course, this doesn't mean 5 is a better type. At their best they will start to become more like healthy 8s, etc.)
There are INFP's on here that I don't relate to at all. Like, I need to hand in my INFP card, we are so different.
But I can sniff out a 9 no matter what their type it seems.
This, I think the enneagram just gives more of that "leeway."
I can be a 9w1 and still have that slight "edge" because of the sx/so stacking. I mean, an IXFP is an IXFP. And seeing how other IXFPs get slightly different results on the enneagram makes such a difference.