INFP / Libra

Mediator (INFP) - LIBRA

Who is a Mediator (INFP)?

Meditators are individuals with the Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling and Perceiving personality traits. They tend to be creative, empathetic and individualistic people with a desire to create their own unique path in life. Highly thoughtful and considerate, meditators are known to be good listeners with an ability to make people in their surroundings feel at ease.

The Mediator/Libras are extremely diplomatic and fair, and they hate to see others be unhappy around them due to unequal circumstances - meaning sometimes they can come off as a people pleaser. It is not so much that they are doing this for selfish or manipulative reasons, but rather because they are are seeking to create unity. Harmony is a word that is very important to them - and peace in all aspects of their life is an imperative. Often seen as quite charming, they will only be frustrated and unhappy if they think or feel that they haven't been treated fairly. They tend to love physical exercise and tend to gravitate towards running and marathons. Meditation can be a great thing for them, as this helps create a space where they can make decisions and contemplate without interruptions. They will spend much of their time trying to establish an equilibrium between every part of themselves, and they will not be fully happy or fulfilled until they find and implement this balance.

Mediator/Libras care about other people’s feelings. They adjust their actions if they think they might hurt anyone, even unintentionally. Kindheartedness flows from them, and everyone around them tends to benefit from it. They rarely enjoy succeeding at others’ expense. In general, people with this personality combo want to share the good things in their lives. They value equality, and they want to ensure that every voice and perspective is heard. They do not like to deal with hard facts and logic. Their focus on their feelings and the Human Condition makes it difficult for them to deal with impersonal judgment. They don't understand or believe in the validity of impersonal judgment, which makes them naturally rather ineffective at using it. Most Mediator/Libras will avoid impersonal analysis, although some have developed this ability and are able to be quite logical. Under stress, it's not uncommon for them to mis-use hard logic in the heat of anger, throwing out fact after (often inaccurate) fact in an emotional outburst.

These people are most easily identified by the contrast between their exteriors and interiors. Their exteriors are sophisticated, composed, and generally pleasant, but the interiors are often murky, insecure, and in a constant state of flux. Their soulmate is someone who is capable of bridging this dichotomy. A Mediator/Libra soulmate is someone who is agreeable without being a doormat. They need someone who can be there for them in their most disorienting moments. If they feel lost in the fog, their soulmate should be their lighthouse. Sometimes they tend to get lost in the labyrinth of their own consciousness. They become emotionally unstable, but they want to hide this instability because it makes them feel vulnerable. They are idealistic and romantic partners. They are also supportive and encouraging. Being fiercely loyal to their partners, they desire a long-term, passionate love relationship, and take their commitments seriously.

Because of their tact and diplomacy, it can sometimes be hard to trust their words. They don’t always share or reveal their feelings, especially when it is bound to create arguments. They have a sharp dislike of conflict, sometimes making them rather avoidant when it comes to confrontation. However, those negative feelings don’t just disappear, and their constant bottling up of their feelings can mean they are either passive aggressive or explode one day after the smallest infraction. This inability to be direct with their feelings also can sometimes make them seem weak to certain other personality types, meaning that they can be taken advantage of.








Afraid of conflict