Abstract: The Myers-Briggs personality test is among the most popular resources for those seeking to become familiar with their true selves. Part of this quest to find one’s true self, even after taking the test and reading the results, is a fascination with “spirit” items — objects, animals, and elements that seem to resonate best with certain personality types. This is a “spirit guide” for those who have taken the Myers-Briggs and enjoy including essential oils in daily life.

Every personality is different and a new trend in spirituality is doing more to help people connect with their inner personalities. Through the Myers-Briggs personality types, we can connect with a distinct scent, making the use of essential oils a more personal experience than it has ever been.

INTJ - The Architect

One of the rarest personality types, INTJ personalities often find themselves isolated and alone, especially women, who comprise an even rarer portion of this class. Masters of intellect and strategy, INTJs are naturally independent and imaginative. Vetiver essential oil provides a connection to the earth and centers the spirit.

INTP - The Logician

Another rare personality type, INTPs pride themselves on being a class apart and distinctive amid the population. Additionally, they excel in matters of creativity, as well as being gifted problem solvers. For this personality, peppermint perfectly accompanies the nature of the INTP personality by encouraging rapid thought processes and stimulating the intellect.

ENTP - The Debater

This type of personality thrives on debate, often playing the devil's advocate for no logical purpose. ENTPs tend to play the opponent simply because they derive pleasure from the conflict and not with a deeper intention at heart. These types are also charming, often charismatic, so their rivals may be disarmed by the pleasant appeal. In any case, cilantro is the perfect oil for this type, providing clarity of vision.

ENTJ - The Commander

These are the natural leaders of the world, taking up the reigns at the earliest convenience and inspiring loyalty from those who follow them. They have an eye for establishing goals that matches their drive to achieve those successes. For ENTJs, sandalwood best matches your personality and your ambition to lead.

ENFP - The Campaigner

This person is a free spirit, seeking out new connections with people wherever they happen to go. Filled with energy and charm, they're well liked and appreciated for the compassion they show towards others. Lavender perfectly compliments the optimism and zest for life inherent in every ENFP.

ENFJ - The Protagonist

Like the ENTJ, this personality type is also comprised of leaders, but, in this case, they tend to be more of the mentoring type. Teachers, coaches, and spiritual leaders tend to make up this group, inspiring others to go out into the world and achieve greatness. Rosemary has often been thought to inspire learning and is ideal for this type of role model.

INFP - The Mediator

Hard working and passionate, this personality type relies heavily on the traits of strength and stability. Helichrysum is just what the doctor ordered for these workers and helpers.

INFJ - The Advocate

An old soul with a passion for change, this personality type needs the scent of myrrh to connect with the wisdom of the ages.

Author Bio:

Shae Holland is a professional copywriter with expertise on a range of topics. She's passionate about healthy living, loves hunting, and relishes philosophical conversations. For those interested in learning more about doTERRA oils, visit the link.

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