I've done twelve of the "personified types"... and I'm struck on the last four, especially on INFP. I just don't get those idealists! Please help...
ENFP - okay. I can relate to them, more or less. It helps to have a very ENFP friend. (and I guess it also helps sharing three characteristics.)
ENFJ - how do you combine an idealistic worldview with that orderly decision-taking and neatness I've come to associate with Js? How do you bring it in the open? Do you try to change the world to fit your ideals and if so, how?
INFJ - the same questions as ENFJ. What difference does the introversion make? Are you trying to change yourself instead of the world?
INFP - I can imagine a dark, brooding, depressive INFP - the main villain in my current writing project is one. I can imagine a totally fluffy, optimistic INFP. I think both are stereotypes. What does a real INFP look like? Switching between the two? Somehow combining the two? How do you make an INFP inner world without creating a black hole in it??? (Villain's inner world is almost nothing but a black hole - interspersed with these fantasies that maybe it would come okay with him)
The strangest thing is... I share two (almost three, as I'm but weakly E) characteristics with INFP; and yet I can relate more to my opposite ISFJ...
I tried to start with my understanding of ENFP, but nothing. INFP would call ENFP "shallow", ENFP would call INFP... what?