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  1. Enneagram Personality Theory Forum
    Who are your favorite Enneagram theorists/authors and why? When I was 13, I received Helen Palmer's The Enneagram: Understanding Yourself and and the Others in Your Life. It was the 3rd book on Enneagram I read (the first two by Riso & Hudson). While I enjoyed Riso and Hudson's work for their...
  2. INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    Since I have known myself, even before realizing that I was an INTP. I've only had the stomach for Orchestral/Film scores/Instrumentals/Operas that express the pinnacle of the art/instrument/voice and occasionally foreign songs. Mainstream bothers me, and so does most (but not all) of my...
  3. Book, Music, & Movie Reviews
    i created this thread, if you've read an absolute gem and want to share it with others or are out of ideas of what to read next. i have last read Lord of the rings and Me Before You by Jojo Moyes and loved both very much. i'm out of ideas right now, any suggestions? :rolleyes:
  4. Intro
    Hi I'm new here. INTPs love reading, and I'm an INTP. So I was wondering if any of you awesome INTPs out there have any books you particularly enjoyed, one that you think someone else could benefit from. I think Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell is such an INTP book. I absolutely loved it...
  5. INFJ Forum - The Protectors
    I saw this on the INTJ form and the idea made me really excited! I love reading and finding a good book can sometimes prove challenging, so this seemed like a good idea to me. Write down a few books you thoroughly enjoyed and of course read others suggestions! I hope we will accumulate a nice...
  6. What's my personality type?
    Characters you create suggest your MBTI type? Do you notice a pattern between the kind of characters you create and your own personality? The idea of a bleed between authors and their fictions is not alien to us: James Joyce and Stephen Dedalus, George Lucas and Luke Skywalker, to name a...
  7. Cognitive Functions
    Great sensing authors and what characterizes them? Do you guys know successful authors with sensing functions? If so, what is particular to them in literature? :kitteh:
  8. Enneagram Personality Theory Forum
    With the rather recent implementations of Naranjo's "Character And Neurosis" to the Enneagram forum, there has been an increasing debate about the validity and accuracy of each of the different author's interpretation on the Enneagram. For example: while Naranjo's work has been criticized for...
  9. INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    Writers, Performers, Directors or Cinematographers who intrigue you? Who can keep you fixated? Inspiration: INTP Confession Post #3,433,368
  10. ENTP Forum- The Visionaries
    Hope you guys will offer lists or reviews, maybe start with your all time favorites? I'm including ones that tickled me because I saw ENTP-ness when I read them even if I didn't call it that till now. The Wisdom of Psychopaths - Kevin Dutton The 4-Hour Workweek - Tim Ferriss The...
  11. Guess the type
    So, I was watching an interview with Suzanne Collins and wondered what her personality type was. I couldn't really come up with a good guess, so I was wondering if anyone had any ideas.
  12. Advice Center
    Yet again, I'm unsure if a thread like this has been posted but... I want to write a fantasy story and I always come up with loads of (what I consider to be) great plots. The only problem is that I get bored of the story idea or struggle with adding detail needed and get stuck. Are my...
  13. INFP Forum - The Idealists
    I don't know if this is a generalization, but I've noticed that all the writers that I know tend to drink heavily, or at least more than I would have expected. I'm always a bit surprised since most of them are quite socially reserved. It seems like plenty of the most famous novelists have had...
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