Introverted Intuition (Ni): Maleficent has a profound, deeply spiritual connection to the woodland and its creatures. She “guides” everyone she comes into contact with (setting the tone for the woodland, trying to impart upon Stephen the importance of respecting nature, encouraging Aurora’s connection to magic) to drive them toward the future she envisions for them. She frequently spends time alone, reflecting on her purpose and redefining her values. She devotes her life to protecting the moorlands, even during her period of darkness. She is a romantic and a dreamer until reality teaches her a painful lesson, and sets plans in motion years in advance of their anticipated outcome.
Extroverted Feeling (Fe): Her emotions are evident and unchecked; she has such a profound connection to the wood that she can sense the pain of a broken branch and heal it. She is a kind, benevolent ruler, but her removal from the moorland and prolonged isolation (a departure from reinforcing positive social values) cause her to become imbalanced and cruel. She feels an inexplicable desire to mother Aurora despite her curse; Aurora’s presence in Maleficent’s life alters her intentions and values. She comes to share Aurora’s delight with life, which reawakens her deeper kindnesses and makes her desperate to right her wrongs. Maleficent is deeply affected by Aurora’s distrust and pain upon realizing the truth. When acting out in anger, Maleficent derives pleasure from making others experience the same pain she felt upon her betrayal.
Introverted Thinking (Ti): She trusts her own ability to plan and find reasonable solutions to her problems. Maleficent can be quite diabolical in her scheming, and devises interesting ways to solve her problems (erecting a thorn labyrinth to keep humans out of the moorland, eliciting a raven’s assistance in being “her wings,” cursing Aurora to punish her father). Maleficent is straightforward in her speech and able to articulate herself well. She is curious about the world and the creatures in it.
Extroverted Sensing (Se): Reality matters a great deal to Maleficent; she is concerned with momentary delights and sensations as much as anticipation (or dread) of future events. She makes some poor decisions in the spur of the moment. When her center is anchored in the moor, she is balanced, at harmony with the world around her, aware of its beauty and her environment, and takes immense pleasure in being able to fly. The longer she is away from “reality” and caught up in her bitterness, the less balanced Maleficent is, but at all times she is highly in tune with her environment and able to turn a situation to her advantage.
"You are still completely remarkable to me."
Posted from the PostSecret website.
i’m so concerned about the ending that i don’t even know the plot (by ed-ingle)