Originally Posted by Mr. Cat
I think INFPs can be brilliantly creative.
I think that introverting a function does just that; goes inward. For an introvert, going inward is one's specialty and would be the way one would understand and make sense of the whole world.
Originally Posted by Ginkgo
I sort of disagree with your premise, even though I don't know much about enneagram. I don't think of one's thought processes as faulty. I think how we think is always right for us at the time. Our brains are extremely efficient and, well, smart. We find the best way we can to process and deal with the stuff happening to us. How can that ever be wrong. I think the only way to 'fix' that is to ascend through life and have enough experiences to flesh out our undifferentiated functions, making them comfortable as well. But I do not believe we could, or should, force this process.
Other than that. It would take some sort of entheogen for my mind to let go and get sucked into the introverted vortex out onto the other side.