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    Quote Originally Posted by revolve View Post
    I think Shaula above me here really has it covered . . . and it totally makes sense . . . because like Trinity - I meet some of the criteria sometimes, but i love too many different styles of music, fashion etc. so my image never has cohesion / nothing about me goes together so i'm too "eclectic" to be a barefoot hippy dippy hippy. and i think the ISFP is in 1st place for the nomination because i think you have to have that "S" to follow through on those tangible things we can all observe & agree upon in hippydom - and an ENFJ in 3rd place because that extraverted feeling . . . it loves everyone . . . . and the "J" will make the look / feel of hippydom come together to convey the image thoroughly. so yeah . . .

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    I am an INFP of course, and my clothes and taste in music are very eclectic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasting_Pain View Post
    NFPs would be the ones with the greatest potential for being a hippie
    Someone wants a punch in the skull.















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    Quote Originally Posted by speculative View Post
    If you try to label INFPs hippies, you will get my answer to this: http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...irit-like.html

    Capitalism is my anti-hippy...
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    I have a property in a very hippy/New Age area of South Africa. Many of the hippies there are vegan or vegetarian. They care for animals in a general way but they aren't as likely to step in and rescue an animal like an xNFJ of ISFJ would. I think most are SP types mostly because it's a group and most of them conform to the group dynamics. It's a pretty mundane life and only an SP type could stand the practical/financial struggles on a daily basis. There are some NF types there. They tend to be more the healer types and are more likely to come and go. I'm embraced as a psychic/medium even though I'm better off financially. I notice that NFJs are really respected there even though they are on the outskirts (we aren't really group people). There are quite a few SJs there as well. They tend to have grown up in a hippy family and to them it's their tradition.
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    I’m am not a card carrying member of the Sunny Happy Hippie club. Nor have I ever been. I may have dated a member or two. Although even they weren’t hardcore gold card carrying members. Shaved and bathed was mandatory, not optional.

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    I think it has less to do with mbti and more ties with enneagram or other personality facets/motivations.
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    i have spent a lot of time with "hippies" and at those types of events...

    there is a really exhaustive list of requirements, so i'll use a spoiler tag...



    there are all types, that's one of several reasons it's "rainbow family"...
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    I kind of am, but I don't really fit the mold in a legit way. More just because I listen to hippie music sometimes, dress kind of bohemian, do yoga, and am a vegan, but that doesn't really make someone a hippie. I tried to join one of those hippie dippie housing co-ops in college where the students there embraced that lifestyle, but didn't fit in so I didn't join. A lot of the people there seemed really NFish, but who knows. I really love subcultures in general though, but I don't really belong anywhere. I just do my own thing and don't conform to any set standard because screw rules.
    "A real artist may create his picture in a lonely desert... gods look over his shoulder; he creates in their company. What does he care whether or not anybody admires his picture?" {Rudolf Steiner}
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    Real hippies don't need drugs to get high. They're just there naturally

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