The Myers Briggs Personality Test

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John Adams once said, “Thanks be to God that he gave me stubbornness when I know I am right”. John Adams, like myself was introverted, intellectual, thinking, and judging, or an INTJ on the Myers Briggs personality test. Like all INTJs, Adams was stubborn and flouted the ideas of others that he did not agree with. By using my results from the Meyers Briggs personality test, I can examine how I react to certain things and use this to improve my Spirituality, my relationship with God, and ultimately my relationship with others through Christ. I am Introverted and this knowledge can be used to improve my spirituality. This means that I get my energy from dealing with the ideas, memories, and reactions that are inside my head. Furthermore, I…show more content…
Even when things are going badly in my life, my constant drive pushes me towards God, questioning why things are happening and looking to God to show me the way, granting me patience and guidance through an incredibly hard time. Thus, even in times of darkness, my relationship with God is strengthened. Furthermore, the mystery of faith excites me and I can use this to strengthen my spirituality with God by thinking about him. I am Thinking and this knowledge can be used to improve my spirituality. Thinking people are usually reserved and serious and curious about the world around them. They also think about their answers critically and answer in a clear answer, however they can be stubborn and unaccepting of others’ ideas. For example, I cannot be wrong in an argument; even if I am clearly wrong, I will continue arguing that I am right. I stand firm by my beliefs and do not succumb to others’ beliefs. This in reality is a fault I need to work on through the guidance of God. This struggle is how I can incorporate thinking into my spirituality. Through Iganatian Contemplative prayer I can remove myself from my normal analytical thinking, and engage my heart and imagination in prayer. Additionally, I must also learn to accept the ideas of others before immediately dismissing them. For instance, if someone has a different theological idea than I, I would normally flout their ideas as

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