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This is a discussion on The range in health levels you've experienced within the Heart Triad - Types 2,3,4 forums, part of the Enneagram Personality Theory Forum category; Right now, I'd say I am at 5. Does anyone else feel like they're stuck at "average levels" whenever life ...

  1. #21
    Type 4w5

    Right now, I'd say I am at 5. Does anyone else feel like they're stuck at "average levels" whenever life starts to feel repetitive?
    Oh, range wise I'd say 3 - 6.5

  2. #22

    I think I'm somewhere between 3.5 and 4.5. I'm gradually becoming healthier and more productive and less likely to make everything all about me. But I still drift off to Dreamland and occasionally become more self-absorbed.

    The lowest I've been is probably 7. I've never quite made it to 8 or 9.

  3. #23

    I've likely been in the average levels (4-6) most of my life, but I see some aspects of 2,3, 7 & 8 at various times in my life.

    I think I'm prob level 5 right now, hovering above 6 or so.

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  5. #24
    Type 4w5

    I've been stuck at level 9 for several months before, and that was probably one of the darkest places I have ever set foot in. It felt like I was trapped inside a big black box, and there were nothing but knives all around, pointing right at me so I couldn't move. I've broken out of it now, and I'm glad I know what dragged me down to that level so it so it can't get me again. I'd say I'm between levels 4 or 3 now. Definitely not going back down there again.

  6. #25
    Type 4w5

    Well I'd say I've experienced... 4-9 (nine only briefly thank goodness). There have been times when I've started to push three, but I don't think I've ever fully ventured into it. I generally hover around five these days, threatening to dip into six...

  7. #26

    I'd say a 3.5 or a 4 to an 8.5. I usually live between a 5 and an 8. I haven't been up to a 4 in years.

  8. #27

    I used to be very unhealthy. Now I am the complete opposite. Seeing both sides has given me an interesting view on things.

    Slowly declined to an 8, realized change needed to be made, so I turned my act around and haven't looked back since. I would like to think I am between 2 and 1.

  9. #28

    I've only recently discovered the Enneagram, so I haven't a range that I can really think of. Regardless, I'm 6, and looking at it, it feels like it's all its been for the past year or two.

  10. #29
    Type 7w8

    Level 2 on point, I feel amazing. Self-loathe once in a while, but what 4 doesn't.

    My self-loathing comes from having really high empathy anyway, so not like it's a bad thing

  11. #30
    Type 7w8

    (I'm seriously sleep deprived and cannot find the right forums, I am so sorry, ignore this post)
    Last edited by aphinion; 07-09-2013 at 12:54 AM. Reason: I can't get my shizz together


     
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