Myers Briggs and Enneagram Correlation

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    Myers Briggs and Enneagram Correlation

    Myers Briggs and Enneagram Correlation




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    This ISTP is a 9w8.
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    I would say this largely is accurate, but I have some slight adjustments to make:

    Type 1: IXXJ
    Type 2: EXFX
    Type 3: EXXJ
    Type 4: IXFX
    Type 5: IXTX
    Type 6: XXXX
    Type 7: EXXP
    Type 8: EXTX
    Type 9: IXXP

    These are tendencies, not absolutes. And yes, I really do think 6 can be ANY type. My brother's an INTJ 6, but I also see ENFP 6, INFP 6, INFJ 6 and ESTJ 6.
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    All I can say is ..I knew it.. :)
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    So if you're an INTP or INTJ you must be a 5? Disagree. I might be the only 1 but I've seen plenty of 6's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TurranMC View Post
    So if you're an INTP or INTJ you must be a 5? Disagree. I might be the only 1 but I've seen plenty of 6's.

    Very true, its a nice diagram but I can instantly see a few mistakes. I've seen similar graphs pairings. I do like the way it is laid out. Maybe we should have super user poll system to take their MBTIs and Enneagrams and see the dominant pairings.
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    I listed the graph for easy viewing:

    INTP: 5
    INTJ: 5
    INFP: 4, 6, 9
    INFJ: 4
    ENFJ: 1, 2, 4
    ENFP: 2, 6, 7
    ENTJ: 1, 3, 8
    ENTP: 3, 7
    ISTJ: 1, 5
    ISTP: 5
    ESFJ: 2, 6
    ESFP: 2, 7
    ESTP: 3, 7, 8, 9
    ESTJ: 3, 8
    ISFJ: 1, 6, 9
    ISFP:4, 9
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    As an ENFP-4, I disagree with this. I would go so far as to say that the enneagram and MBTI are possibly not comparable.
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    I think there is a correlation between the two, but it's a weak one. I'm more interested to see how they work together as a dynamic: Enneagram + MBTI = ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ungweliante View Post
    As an ENFP-4, I disagree with this. I would go so far as to say that the enneagram and MBTI are possibly not comparable.
    I'd go a step further and say that there isn't enough information out there on the net about Enneagram and therefore it is easily messed up. I think there probably are correlations, but this chart just needs more work. We can do it!
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