Archive | Typing

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.

Read More

Rumi-9

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

Read More

Rumi-8

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

Read More

Rumi-7

Rumi Poem | Type 7

Rumi Poem | Type 7 I looked inwards And the beauty of my own emptiness Filled me until dawn ~ Rumi Why is this an important poem for type Sevens to use for reflection? Sevens search for continual external stimulation

Read More

Rumi-6

Rumi Poem | Type 6

Rumi Poem | Type 6 Once the seeds of faith take root It cannot be blown away Even by the strongest wind ~ Rumi Why is this an important poem for type Sixes to use for reflection? The Holy Idea

Read More

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

Read More

Rumi-4

Rumi Poem | Type 4

Rumi Poem | Type 4 You are not a drop in the ocean You are the entire ocean in a drop ~ Rumi Why is this an important poem for type Fours to use for reflection? Fours are continuously searching

Read More

X