Archive | 9 types

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Development | Adding values

The 9 Enneagram types have certain values they hold dear, values that guide their thinking, emotional responses and behaviors. What if each Enneagram type also embraced a core value from one of its arrow lines. What a difference this could

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Type9

What’s Obvious; what’s not | Type 9

What’s obvious; what’s not | Type 9 Sometimes stating the obvious can be a good reminder about each Enneagram type; sometimes we forget what is most apparent. There are also aspects of each type that are not-as-obvious, yet quite intriguing.

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Type8

What’s Obvious; what’s not | Type 8

What’s obvious; what’s not | Type 8 Sometimes stating the obvious can be a good reminder about each Enneagram type; sometimes we forget what is most apparent. There are also aspects of each type that are not-as-obvious, yet quite intriguing.

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Type7

What’s Obvious; what’s not | Type 7

What’s obvious; what’s not | Type 7 Sometimes stating the obvious can be a good reminder about each Enneagram type; sometimes we forget what is most apparent. There are also aspects of each type that are not-as-obvious, yet quite intriguing.

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Development | Being misunderstood

“The worst distance between two people is misunderstanding.” ~ Neetesh Dixit We can all be misunderstood, and some of the reasons are of our own making. Here are the ways each type often gets misunderstood and what people of each

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Type6

What’s Obvious; what’s not | Type 6

What’s obvious; what’s not | Type 6 Sometimes stating the obvious can be a good reminder about each Enneagram type; sometimes we forget what is most apparent. There are also aspects of each type that are not-as-obvious, yet quite intriguing.

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Type5

What’s Obvious; what’s not | Type 5

What’s obvious; what’s not | Type 5 Sometimes stating the obvious can be a good reminder about each Enneagram type; sometimes we forget what is most apparent. There are also aspects of each type that are not-as-obvious, yet quite intriguing.

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Rumi Poem | Type 9

Rumi Poem | Type 9 You must ask for what you really want. Don’t go back to sleep! The door is round and open Don’t go back to sleep! ~ Rumi Why is this an important poem for type Nines

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Rumi Poem | Type 8

Rumi Poem | Type 8 There is a sacredness in tears They are not the mark of weakness But of power ~ Rumi Why is this an important poem for type Eights to use for reflection? Eights believe that showing

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Rumi-5

Rumi Poem | Type 5

Rumi Poem | Type 5 Open your hands If you want to be held ~ Rumi Why is this an important poem for type Fives to use for reflection? Fives appear as if they need very little from others and

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