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  1. What is a Tritype?

  2. Archetypal subtypes examples.

    Enneagram Personality Theory Forum
    I want to get some examples of each enneagram subtype. Some Fictional ones are preferable since they fit the archetypes easiest especially if they're well-known but real examples are great too. Pitch in, this sounds fun and also potentially educational? If you can, post a video or something with...
  3. Naranjo's "Character and Neurosis": Suggestions for Further Working on Self

    Enneagram Personality Theory Forum
    I've noticed a great trend of people seeking advice on how to work with the information of the Enneagram. Which is why I now give you Claudio Naranjo's advice regarding the use of the Enneagram, as well as other useful information given by him. SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER WORKING ON SELF I once...
  4. [Enneagram Type 9] Naranjo's "Character and Neurosis": Ennea-Type 9

    Type 9 Forum - The Peacemaker
    PSYCHOSPRITUAL INERTIA AND THE OVER-ADJUSTED DISPOSITION: ENNEATYPE IX 1. Core Theory, Nomenclature, and Place in the Enneagram The words “laziness” and “indolence” with which Ichazo designated the ruling passion and the fixation (respectively) corresponding to the ennea-type IX, fail to...
  5. [Enneagram Type 4] Naranjo's Character and Neurosis: Ennea-Type 4

    Type 4 Forum - The Individualist
    ENVY AND DEPRESSIVE MASOCHISTIC CHARACTER: ENNEA-TYPE IV 1. Core Theory, Nomenclature, and Place in the Enneagram The emotional state of envy involves a painful sense of lack and a craving toward that which is felt lacking; the situation involves a sense of goodness as something outside...
  6. [Enneagram Type 2] Naranjo's Character and Neurosis: Pride and Histrionic Personality-Enneagram Type 2

    Type 2 Forum - The Helper
    1. Core Theory, Nomenclature, and Place in the Enneagram In Christianity pride is not only regarded as one of the deadly sins, but the first and most serious one—more fundamental than the others. In that great monument of the Christian vision, Dante’s Divine Comedy, we find Lucifer—whose pride...
  7. Enneagram Authors Debate: Who's Got It "Right"?

    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...
  8. Tell Me Who I Am, O Enneagram.

    Enneagram Personality Theory Forum
    I thought this was very interesting and served as a resource of background and history on Enneagram Theory.. I hope you are able to take the time to read it and see for yourself what the information has to offer for you. Heather Tell Me Who I Am, O Enneagram by Mitchell Pacwa, S.J. from the...