Who is the INFP Princess of Cups?
INFPs are often mistyped as INFJs. Do these “soul sisters” have enough chemistry when in a romantic entanglement?
According to the surveys…
INFP men make up only 1 to 1.5 percent of the population. Surveys show INFJs and INFPs have the same love language preferences. Quality time is the most important factor for them, followed by words of affirmation, physical touch, acts of service and, lastly, gifts.
INFJs and INFPs often share similar enneagram types. They are most commonly the artist types such as 4w5 or 5w4.
Interestingly, INFPs and INFJs do not share any of the same conscious cognitive functions; yet, they are very similar as idealists.
INFPs are considered the feminine “Princess of Cups” of the tarot deck since they are introverted feelers. Their intuitive and feeling sides make them romantic, imaginative, accepting, value-driven and graceful.
INFPs have introverted feeling as a primary function. They tend to idealize INFJs. Some people who identify as being INFJs are actually INFPs. INFPs and INFJs often have quiet, comfortable marriages as two introverts with common values.