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INFJ Life Coach Lesson: Today we're talking about how the INFJ finally lets go and is able to move on once and for all. We've known this forever, that when we get stuck on something, there is no going back. It takes a lot, a lot of time, a lot of effort, a lot of things to happen that tell us that this isn't the way to go. It might be a person in our life that we need to let go of that we don't have a future with. Although our subconscious tells us that's the person for us. It might be that it's a job that you feel like, okay, I've put so much effort into this path and now I'm supposed to switch?! I cannot do that. My mind doesn't allow it. And we've heard so often that other people say, okay, you just need to remove yourself from the situation, no contact with that person. Forget that that job ever existed or that dream scenario, just take up something new. We know that this doesn't work because it's pretty much burned into our subconscious. So we don't even approach it at all. But today I'm going to tell you how we can find the perfect balance. It is different for INFJs to find a place and a path that makes us not only WANT to move forward but we SEE that this is happening. We can see the progress. We see that things are finally starting to happen. We're learning to let go of all that stuff that doesn't have a future in our life.
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