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This is a discussion on Enneagram reading list within the Enneagram Personality Theory Forum forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; Originally Posted by Lady K Just a quick question - I did some browsing and I came across The Pocket ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady K View Post
    Just a quick question - I did some browsing and I came across The Pocket Enneagram: Understanding the 9 Types of People
    by Helen Palmer... this author has been mentioned a couple times in this thread, is it the same book, or a different one? If it is different, does anyone know the difference?

    I just checked it out on Amazon. Grey is right, it's a different book.
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    Type 6w7

    Sorry for reviving a months-old thread, but I'm looking for a new book to read and would like more information about the contents...

    I'm interested in learning more about wings and variants, possibly the different stackings available. Preferably something with tri-types, though I know this is relatively rare in the books out there. I've read multiple descriptions on the main types online and finished "The Wisdom of the Enneagram," so just reading about vanilla types feels a bit redundant.

    So, basically, which book is best for learning more about wings and variants/stackings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paradigm View Post
    Sorry for reviving a months-old thread, but I'm looking for a new book to read and would like more information about the contents...

    I'm interested in learning more about wings and variants, possibly the different stackings available. Preferably something with tri-types, though I know this is relatively rare in the books out there. I've read multiple descriptions on the main types online and finished "The Wisdom of the Enneagram," so just reading about vanilla types feels a bit redundant.

    So, basically, which book is best for learning more about wings and variants/stackings?
    Not a problem at all. I too would be interested in learning about any new books/websites related to the Enneagram.


     
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