Upon reading the description of INFJs on the Personality Junkie site, I stumbled across this paragraph that rang true for me:
Indeed the bolded part of the text here rings home too... and I find as an INFJ, I am drawn to certain periods of art and music, as well as periods in history. Classic wise, I am into the Romantic period, as well as Victorian era art, literature, as well as music. But even more so, I find myself quite captivated by the 80s and immerse myself in that world (it's not all about cheesy mullets), especially the music from that period. I also have a degree of overlap into the 70s and 90s as well, and feel those time frames are also a sort of home for my own mindframe.INFJs also tend to be purists and classicists. Many enjoy collecting antiques, historical artifacts, old first edition books, rare art, or anything that satisfies their thirst for what they perceive as pure or classic works. For similar reasons, they may find themselves captivated by a certain period in history, a specific genre of music, or a handpicked selection of actors or writers. In selecting a novel, would far prefer a known classic to a new bestseller. Similarly, if they are going to wear shoes (which according to recent research, most INFJs do), they want the shoes to be of high quality and a classic, rather than trendy style. If selecting artwork for display in their home, they most would opt for an original over a print.
So the rest of you INFJs, what time period tends to captivate you the most, if one or more in particular does indeed captivate you?