The Dreamer, INFP, personality type is one that is highly creative, artistic, and spiritual. They enjoy creating beautiful works of art. These works can be in different forms, such as paintings, music, or literature (to name a few).
The Dreamer achieves much of their satisfaction when they are able to develop their artistic skills and abilities. The sense of accomplishment they feel from their creations are enough to make them feel content. They do not need to be famous or recognized by the masses to feel this sense of accomplishment. The act of creating in and of itself is enough to provide much enjoyment and allow the Dreamer to feel renewed and refreshed.
Many Dreamers focus a lot of their energy on their inner world, which is dominated by intense feeling and deeply held ethics. They desire for an external life that fits this same model and keeps with the same values as their inner world.
The INFP is loyal to the people and causes in their life that they feel are important. They are able to spot opportunities quickly in order to implement their ideas. They are curious of their environments and desire to understand those around them. They are accepting and flexible, but only if their values are not threatened.
Based on observations of behavior, notable INFPs may include Princess Diana, George Orwell, Aldous Huxley, Audrey Hepburn, Richard Gere, and Albert Schweitzer.