INFP – How to be more feminine


Infp how to be more feminine


INFP – How to be more feminine

by Julia Noyel

You are INFP, you have a psychic gift, you are highly sensitive? You are very intuitive, you want to be more feminine? In this article, I give you 3 valuable tips to be more feminine.


1. Let emotions flow. 

From my experience what is helpful to feel more feminine is working on your emotions, feeling them fully.

Julia Noye founder of art of a different, happy, healthy & successful life, specialist INFP, highly sensitive, creatives, empaths


Ask yourself: do my emotions flow freely in my body? What can I do?

My tip: Work on feeling your emotions definitely on a permanent basis.


2. Show your real you

Another important thing you can do is clear out any confusion. Be very clear about who you are, allow you.rself to be truly authentic.


3. Speak up communicate in healthy ways

To be more feminine, working on your communication is helpful. Speak up for yourself. Communicate in healthy ways. Find better ways to handle your anger.

In my coaching program get true deep love back into your life – success on all levels, I will show you how to do this, show you the exact approach I have used to change things permanently for the better, to feel fully, become truly authentic. You will get your super power back, learn how you can manage yourself, develop your own perfect way to be deeply feminine, this every day. Please feel free to check out the program here.


Julia Noyel specialist INFP, highly sensitives, intuitives, creatives, empath, twin flames

In my specialised coaching programs, with my books, coaching cards my aim is to share with you tools that worked for me, my deep knowledge & wisdom, intuitive insights, expert advice, personal experience, SUCCESS strategies, help you to use your own innovative approach to become self-reliant, increase self-awareness, be balanced, to create a perfect, sustainable, happy, healthy, and successful life based on mindfulness, true LOVE & romance, raising happy, healthy, thriving children in a mindful, non-overbearing way.


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