Read This Before Your Travel This Thanksgiving!
How to unlock travel triggers for each Myers-Briggs® type is an uncommon way to become aware of pesky, out-of-balance personality traits.
It is about traveling into wakefulness.
Would it not be fabulous if, while away, you realized a ritualized habit that is sabotaging in nature? You could observe it, figure out what triggered it, and then take time to sort through it. Of course, you may not be able to get to the bottom of it while away, but celebrate the fact that you have seen something about yourself that you had not previously recognized – this is the path to live an inspired life.
Of course, this is a bit harder if you travel over Thanksgiving to see family; trigger moments are bound to happen. Are you ready to change this behavior? If not…come back next week for a new blog; if you are ready – read on!
Travel For Betterment Means Unlocking Travel Triggers For Each Myers-Briggs® Type
CELEBRATE YOU, because this is what traveling for betterment is all about. It does not have to be a gigantic transformational moment right there on the spot. Much of the commercialized spiritual movement is about having an earth-shattering, aha moment. Please, if you get to that point, you have ignored priceless messages your spirit mind has been whispering to you for decades. I speak to this truth as my 7-year life tsunami was my reckoning moment when I realized I had been ignoring the whispers, waiting for an aha moment. Not a smart move on my part.
Taking small steps is a time to pinpoint your truth without needing external validation or influence. I believe this is how you find your True Self, the truth of who you really are. When you find your truth, passion and purpose follow.
A brief look at what triggers each persona.
I hope this inspires you to take the first step.
How To Unlock Travel Triggers For Each Myers-Briggs® Type
A brief look at your type’s travel triggers. Once you are aware, you can dive in and begin to figure out, take a few small steps, to acknowledge a few things that may be holding you back.
Recognize self-betterment as a journey of small steps. Don’t buy into the hype that you need a huge monumental shift to be a better version of yourself — that’s a big fat lie – it keeps you stuck; believe me, I know.
Sensing Perceiving (SP) Types: Adaptable. Artistic. Adventurous.
Active Travelers (ISTP)
Sometimes social commitments are a must. You’ve made decisions, so it’s time to keep your commitments— think beyond your next adventure — discover the beauty of a promise kept.
Magnetic Travelers (ESTP)
You are the ultimate negotiator, but sometime win-lose situations happen…loss can lead to success and newfound humility — a beautiful thing to realize about yourself.
Abstract Traveler (ISFP)
Some people just won’t understand you, and that is OK OKit is your dream world, not theirs — please don’t take it personally — and also realize others have dreams you will not understand.
Playful Travelers (ESFP)
You are a happiness seeker. If someone critiques, you see them as killjoys, but maybe they have a point — think of a critique as a trigger for self-improvement.
As you travel to see the world, may each step you take be an inner calling to become your true self.” — An excerpt from my soon-to-be-published book: Unpack Your Personality: Myers-Briggs Takes a Spiritual Vacation.
Sensing Judging (SJ) Types: Exacting. Traditional. Advising.
Grounded Travelers (ISTJ)
You are a slave to routine, which can be iffy, especially when traveling over the holidays. The trigger is to realize things will work out, and others can manage without your routine. Breathe.
Dutiful Travelers (ESTJ)
You have zero tolerance for those who miss a scheduled, are late, or forget totally — this creates massive anxiety. Guess what? You don’t control others, which is triggering — the lesson is to learn to let it go…you will be surprised how freeing this feeling is.
Kindly Travelers (ISFJ)
You prefer schedules and uncomplicated, everything in its place – which becomes an overwhelming task. The challenge is to let go – with challenge comes growth.
Attentive Travelers (ESFJ)
You have the desire to make everyone happy, and this sometimes becomes a losing battle — beginning with making yourself happy. Your energy will become contagious, making everyone happy…hmm, funny how that works!
An Awareness of the Universe that Triggers Emotional Responses Too Deep for Words – Yugen
Intuitive Feeling (NF) Types: Abstract. Transcendentalists. Flexible.
Insightful Travelers (INFJ)
Don’t put yourself in situations where you need to make quick decisions. Things won’t turn out well. Trust in another to help you choose — trust your intuition – it will not fail you.
Harmonious Travelers (ENFJ)
You can be critical of travel plans that are not your own. Knowing this trigger can lead to personal growth as you open yourself up to new ways of seeing the world and the people in it!
Seeking Travelers (INFP)
You have big dreams and expectations for your vacations, which can be unrealistic — pre-trip communications are essential to avoid travel upsets. Do share your dreams or take a solo dream trip — which fits your persona to a T.
Enthusiast Travelers (ENFP)
You are so busy getting to your next adventure you lose patience with your travel companions — a trigger that can be avoided by slowing down and paying attention — this one small step can lead you to great joy.
Everything that seemingly happens externally is occurring in order to trigger something within us, to expand us, and take us back to who we truly are. – Anita Moorjani
Intuitive Thinking (NT) Types: Experimental. Cerebral. Objective.
Inventive Travelers (INTJ)
You can sometimes be unaware, not realizing how you come across to others – a trigger that is screaming – stay in the present moment!
Assured Travelers (ENTJ)
Sometimes you need to ask for help instead of trying to do everything on your own – a trigger that wants you. to consider speaking to another before forging ahead – oh, think what you can learn!
Impartial Travelers (INTP)
Sometimes you will need to get out of your head and jump into reality. Yes, it can be overwhelming, but it may trigger new feelings, which can be amazing for self-growth and self-love.
Inquisitive Travelers (ENTP)
You don’t know it all. Stop thinking for a minute and let someone else have a say, a trigger that will help you see the world in a whole new light — think of the new possibilities and opportunities this will bring.
Your Relationship with Yourself Is Your Life Purpose
Make understanding your personality type a priority. It’s one of the best relationships you can cultivate in this lifetime, and I believe it is your life purpose; learning to love, understand and accept yourself so you can do the same with others!
Recap: How To Unlock Travel Triggers For Each Myers-Briggs® Type
– Taking small steps can be the key to self-growth
– Overcoming ravel triggers for your type
– Unlocking travel triggers for each type
An Invitation to Unpack Your Personality
Please accept this invitation to Unpack Your Personality: Myers Briggs® Takes a Spiritual Detour, as a new direction for your life, personality typing with spiritual insights. Think of it as a modern-day personality paradigm for travelers who desire to awaken to their true selves. It’s for those who seek to connect to Divine Intelligence, the unbridled sacred self, and the soul essence within. Do you dream of becoming the map-makers of your own future, then please accept this invitation to explore the treasures within you.
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