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Enneagram Sevens: Antelope

Why did I select the antelope to represent Enneagram style Seven? There are many reasons, but I primarily did so because they are elegant, fast, and most are graceful yet elusive. In this blog, there are three pictures of antelope,

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What to Get Your Enneagram Friends for St. Patrick’s Day

We don’t normally get presents for our friends on St. Patrick’s Day, but why not? Here are some ideas for people of each Enneagram style: Ones Here is the perfect, practical present for those perfect and practical Ones. It’s a

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Enneagram Sixes: Cape Buffalo

Selecting a South African animal to represent Enneagram Sixes was the biggest challenge of all because Sixes are so complex, phobic Sixes are so different from counter-phobic Sixes and most of all, I have a Six brother to whom I

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Enneagram Valentines

In honor of Valentine’s Day, here are 9 versions of love through quotes and symbols. One Love You come to love not by finding the perfect person, but by learning to see an imperfect person perfectly. ~ Sam Keen Two

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Enneagram Fives: Leopard

Like Enneagram Fives, leopards are naturally solitary and stealthy creatures, secretive and proud, and full of surprises. Here is more information about this mysterious animal. (Am I referring to leopards, Fives, or both!?) Physical characteristics The leopard is the smallest

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Enneagram Fours: Giraffe

Why did I select the giraffe to represent Enneagram Fours? There are a number of reasons. First, each giraffe is unique, although to the uninformed eye, they may look like every other giraffe. Second, they are extremely awkward animals but,

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Enneagram Threes: Wildebeest (gnu)

Do you know what a wildebeest is? Do you know what it looks like? If you live in Africa (or specifically South Africa), you likely know the answers to these questions. They are actually a type of antelope, a hooved

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What Enneagram Type Is Santa Claus? The Definitive Answer!

Since so many people think they can accurately type public figures, I decided to take on one of the most important public figures of all – Santa Claus. If we can so effectively type everyone else, why not dear Santa?

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Wishing You Purity of Spirit From Nine Enneagram Perspectives

Pure Acceptance | To accept ourselves and each other as we are “Serenity comes from trading expectations for acceptance.” ~ Unknown Pure Generosity | To give that which is not easy to offer, without expectation “A person who does things

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Enneagram Twos: Elephant

A Nine said recently, “Please don’t choose the elephant to represent Nines.” I think what she was thinking is that elephants are lumbering animals, kind of lumpy and sometimes slow. Besides the fact that I picked elephants to represent Enneagram

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