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Hello folks!

Many people might have difficulties correctly assessing their tritype because of the vague descriptions and the amount of enneatypes involved. For this reason, I've written all the possible lines and nodes one tritype may have to make things easier (or worse? I dunno).

This is all the 27 potential combinations of connections that one may have in its tritype. Each tritype has 3 combinations of connections. Taking the 125 tritype for example, we have 1+2, 1+5 and 2+5 as individuals links forming the Mentor Archetype. So if you'll want to see 3 different connections for correctly identifying your personal tritype. Red colored connections represent nodes, which are two enneatypes next to eachother. The are only 3 types of nodes (1+2, 4+5 and 7+8) and the naturally enhance the connection between the two enneatypes, especially if the individual has a matching wing (1w2 with a 125 tritype, for example). Blue colored text indicate a natural line of connection between two enneatypes. This means that the line will be enhanced and therefore more powerful in the individual's personality. For example, the 137 tritype has a natural enhanced line between 1 and 7, so the two energies will be really apparent, especially is said person is a core 1 or 7).

Here you go! Hope you will comment and appreciate!
 

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1 + 2 Node (125, 126, 127)
The Guide
• Enhance the natural wings of 1 and 2;
• Double compliant;
• May secretly feel as if they are better than others;
• Feel that they must help people grow;
• Mix of warmth and cold attitude;
• May push people too much; "I know you can do better";
• Easily frustrated with laziness, unattentive behavior;
• Strong internal critic; "I must show the example, I must be nice and accepting, etc."
• Extremely senstive to ungratefulness.

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1 + 3 Line (135, 136, 137)
The SuperAchiever
• Double competent;
• Strong work ethics and desire to perform;
• Internal critic : "I must deliver and be the best yet be humble about it";
• Internal struggle between the needs to be correct/fair and to be praised/admired;
• On of the most productive and efficient combinations;
• Perfectionnistic and Critical about their work and image;
• Very sensitive to social recognition, even if not dominant social instinct;
• Can become workaholic; "My work is my worth"
• Very cold, rigid personality. May be a bit less strong with a 2 wing.

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1 + 4 Line (145, 146, 147)
The Humanist
• Enhances the natural line of 1/4;
• Double frustration;
• Ethical and spiritual traits of the 1 is highlighted;
• Hard to please, critical of self and others;
• "There's always something missing ; You don't understand";
• Conflictual relationship with their emotions : refrain from feeling, then let go;
• May have religious/spiritual tendencies;
• Can become a highly refined individual, with unique tastes and values;
• Can look very NF (MBTI) even if not.

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1 + 5 Line
The Rational
• Highly cerebral;
• Usually displays intellectual tastes and hunger for knowledge;
• Not easily satisfied with the superficial answers; knows what and how to search for them;
• Very structured mind; likes to organize information (MBTI can modify that);
• Attentive and focused; Can easily dive into its mind;
• Very curious; always want to know why you think this or that;
• Very aloof and distant, even with a 2 wing or fix;
• Can give extremely detailed and structured information;
• May be awkward in social settings, not known for its spontaneity.

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1 + 6 Line
The Guardian
• Double Compliant;
• Most structured-oriented of all combinations;
• Usually likes to plan ahead and know where they going;
• Trust is not only a concept, but a vital line of conduct;
• May be a bit intolerant of innovative and counterculture ideas;
• Not a very creative combination;
• Can often take a leadership role and be sensitive to the underdog cause;
• Can look very SJ (MBTI) even if not;
• Critical outlook but still can be congenial and understanding (especially if dominant self-preservation instinct).

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1 + 7 Line (127, 137, 147)
The Catalyst
• Enhances the natural line of 1/7;
• Very internally conflicted : wants structure and freedom;
• May let go of the pressure of the internal critic more easily than the other 1 combinations;
• Can look serious and enthousiastic at the same time;
• Can implement order and morals in a fun and colorful way;
• Perfectionnistic, even in their creative side;
• May be hard to follow with their high ideals;
• Unpredictable emotional demonstrations, mostly anger and frustration (especially if dominant sexual instinct);
• Often a strong connection to their intuitive function (MBTI).

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2 + 5 Line (125, 258, 259)
The Advisor
• Double rejection;
• Emotionally guarded but appears amiable;
• Often strong observational skills, especially for people;
• Good listeners;
• Sociable, but need time for themselves;
• Help people by giving out advices, tips and personal knowledge;
• Often express their anger in an indirect fashion, even if core 8;
• Can spend a long time of their day observing and analyzing people;
• Often hidden intentions, not truly open with what they want.

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2 + 6 Line (126, 268, 269)
The Helper
• Double compliant;
• Most service-oriented combination;
• Attentive to others' needs;
• Likes to be part of a team or be with people in general;
• Values comes from being helpful and trustworthy;
• Both energies combine well : 2's pride with 6's fear makes an overall great friend;
• Fear to be excluded, outside of the social circle, even if not dominant social instinct;
• Anxious to be of service, may create opportunities to help;
• May be cligny and dependant.

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2 + 7 Line (127, 278, 279)
The Jovialist
• Double positive outlook;
• Very sociable and gregarious;
• Natural entertainer, likes to laugh;
• Possess natural charm and humor to entice people;
• Bored and anxious when alone, needs the crowd to be stimulated;
• 2w3 are often paired with this fix;
• Looks SP or Extroverted Feeling (MBTI) even if not;
• Doesn't like negativity at all;
• Could help being a little more realistic about facing their problems.

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2 + 8 Line (258, 268, 278)
The Protector
• Enhances the natural 2/8 line;
• Double rejection;
• Help people in a forceful, direct approach;
• Very sensitive to being ignored or rejected;
• "I know what's better for you than you do, so lemme help!";
• Most protective combination of all;
• Can get very angry quickly, then apologize in fear of being unloved;
• Mama/papa bear archetype.

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2 + 9 Line (259, 269, 279)
The Benevolent
• Double positive outlook;
• Soft, healing quality;
• Dreamy, yet also focused on others;
• Quiet presence but often ready to comfort with positive words;
• Unassertive, may not know how to deal with negativity;
• If core 2, softens a lot of the pride edges and may be blind to it;
• If self-preservation dominant, may show their love with pratical tasks (cooking, chores, etc.);
• Very humble combination;
• If sexual dominant, may become the supportive wife or husband, fusing with their mate.

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3 + 5 Line (135, 358, 359)
The Professional
• Double competent;
• Like to be known for their technical expertise;
• Assumed image of a know-it-all, the game trivia nightmare;
• Gives a core 5 more versatility and confidence to show what they're made of;
• Productive, yet work at their own pace, may be procrastinator (especially with 359);
• May run the risk of becomming robotic and unemotional;
• See feelings ask inconsequential and a lack of time (less apparent with dominant sexual instinct or 4 wing);
• Conceal their true identity, shapeshifters;
• Very often Thinking types in MBTI.

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3 + 6 Line (136, 368, 369)
The Dutiful
• Enhances the natural 3/6 line;
• Double Attachment;
• Very loyal and productive;
• They often act for the greater good of their community or partner(s);
• Like to show their loyalty and love through concrete actions;
• Anxious if the authority question their value or their work;
• Can become competitive in order to please the thing that gives them security (bosses, parents, partners, etc.);
• Can adapt their speech and mannerism in order to conform better to their surroundings;
• May question authority behind its back but support and perform in front of them.

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3 + 7 Line (137, 378, 379)
The Persuader
• Double assertive;
• Very positive combination;
• Charming but a bit pushy in their demeanor;
• Combine efficiency with entertainment : life is a game;
• Like to promote the image of a succesful, happy person;
• May look fake and trying too much;
• Like to submit innovative and original ideas to problems;
• May follow rules, but prefer to make a colorful impact;
• Don't have time for negativity or dealing with psychological problems.

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3 + 8 Line (358, 368, 378)
The Challenger
• Double assertive;
• Very competitive and agressive;
• "There's nothing I can't do, just watch me"
• A Fighter archetype, don't give up easily;
• May show an image of invulnerabilty at all times;
• "No, you got a problem, no me!"
• Hard to let things go and let their emotions speak;
• May have an overwhelming presence;
• Absolutely hates to lose; very strong egotic stance.

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3 + 9 Line (359, 369, 379)
The Stabilizer
• Enhances the natural 3/9 line;
• Double attachment;
• "Yeah, no worries, I can do that"; "Let me handle this";
• Steady, productive presence;
• Very adaptable and accomodating;
• Are efficient but don't usually push themselves further than what's expected of them;
• Can pride themselves in being tolerant, uncomplicated and agreeable;
• Unemotional, dry personality;
• Hide their stubbornness by only adapting in surface and doing superficial changes.

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4 + 5 Node (145, 458, 459)
The Introspective
• Enhances the natural wings of 4 and 5;
• Deep thinker and feeler;
• Very introverted and private;
• Feel tired quickly when they in unfamiliar events; low energy overall;
• Slow to commit to new habits and persons;
• Generally prefer written communication to spoken one;
• Great capacity to pursue their passions and interests;
• Dislike changes in environment;
• They have a hard time communicating their feelings to people (a little less if dominant social instinct);

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4 + 6 Line (146, 468, 469)
The Sensitive Soul
• Double reactive;
• Take a great deal of time analyzing and sorting out their feelings and thoughts;
• Anxious about their identity, about what to trust;
• Most emotionally sensitive and reactive combination;
• Conflict between external security and maintaining personal identity;
• "Can I trust him/her?"; "I feel so vulnerable";
• When they engage into something, they always have doubts ("Is this for me?", "Will I be able to do it?")
• Creative, but need reassurance in their abilities and support from others;
• Can be very volatile and explosive is they feel threatened.

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4 + 7 Line (147, 478, 479)
The Whimsical
• Double frustration;
• Very idealistic but with unstable energy;
• Want significance and playfulness in their work;
• Very creative and imaginative, dreamy personality;
• Capricious and a bit of a brat; wants this done their way;
• Sadness in hidden behind impish or childlike behavior;
• Bipolar/dysthymic mind; oscillate between sadness and joy;
• Often easily bored;
• See things that are missing in order for the situation to be magical and original.

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4 + 8 Line (458, 468, 478)
The Maskless
• Double reactive;
• Very intense character regardless of the dominant instinct;
• Reject inauthentic behavior;
• Feel things strongly and express them in a powerful way (especially 468);
• Protect the vulnerable, the rejected, the abandoned (especially with dominant social instinct);
• Often provocative and defying taboos;
• Likes to dig deep into emotional traumas (especially 458);
• With core 8, gives an incentive to look into their vulnerable side;
• With core 4, pushes them to act upon what they believe.

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4 + 9 Line (459, 469, 479)
The Receptive
• Double withdrawn;
• Hide their sadness with a smile;
• The 9 fix erodes the melancholic side of 4, making it less jarring;
• The 4 fix encourages the core 9 to look into their emotional side;
• Ghostly, whispy demeanor;
• Very passive and often unassuming;
• Good listener, but may focus too much on the sad/emotional part of the conversation;
• Very sensitive to painful experiences, retreat when feeling hurt;
• Can be critical, but hide their comments from the public eye.

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5 + 8 Line (258, 358, 458)
The Independent
• Double rejection;
• Enhances the natural 5/8 line;
• Strategic thinking;
• Can act behind-the-scenes in a surprising way; Almost ninja-like;
• Silently watchful and ready to act in accordance to plan;
• Mix of hot and cold energy; may be hard to follow and hard to know;
• Often have a razor-sharp mind and are very good at problem-solving;
• Have a difficult time connecting with others in a casual, superficial way;
• Menacing presence even if unintentional (especially with core 8).

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5 + 9 Line (259, 359, 459)
The Observer
• Double withdrawn;
• Aloof and detached personality;
• Like to take their time to understand things their own way;
• Like their peace and quiet time in order to recharge;
• Usually very intelligent, may have a hard time voicing up their opinions;
• Can be very quiet, but also very talkative when talking about something they like;
• When they not agree with something, they may become argumentative but often give up;
• Very observant and curious about a plethora of things;
• Almost always introverted MBTI type.

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6 + 8 Line (268, 368, 468)
The Fighter
• Double reactive;
• Most confrontational combination (most aggressive tritype is 368);
• Want to see the truth in all situation;
• Often smell something fishy that others might not detect;
• Very sensitive to power dynamics (personal and social);
• Argumentative and emotional even in less dramatic situations;
• May see problems where they aren't, a bit paranoiac;
• Very protective about what they trust and believe into;
• Like to know what they're going into.

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6 + 9 Line (269, 369, 469)
The Follower
• Double attachment;
• Often unassuming when alone, feel better in groups;
• Feel harmony and contentment when in a familiar environment with their peers;
• Unsure about their capacity to act alone, so they side with security;
• Loyal and gentle with who they know and love; Aloof and anxious about the unknown;
• The 9 fix helps the core 6 relax and being more tolerant and accepting of difference;
• The 6 fix helps the core 9 being less indolent and more proactive when helping others;
• Usually gentle and amiable, but can become secretive and anxious if they feel threatened;
• Their biggest weakness is to act and think by themselves when necessary.

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7 + 8 Node (278, 378, 478)
The Conqueror
• Double assertive;
• Enhances the natural wings of 7 and 8;
• Life is a playground; "I take what I want";
• Natural hedonistic and realisitic approach to life;
• May take for granted what others find offensive and obnoxious;
• Good negociator; Always find a way to win something;
• Quick thinker and smooth talker; direct speech but in a funny, original way;
• Hate limits and regulations, to the point of circumventing or breaking rules in order to get what they want;
• Have a hard time to slow down and think about the consequences at first.

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7 + 9 Line (279, 379, 479)
The Optimist
• Double positive outlook;
• Gentle and ethereal;
• May be a bit out of touch with reality;
• Always have a alternate positive view of even bad or tragic events;
• Soft, expansive energy, always dreaming about what could be;
• Often have a lazy side that don't want to deal with boring or serious tasks;
• Most prone to have symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder of all the combinations;
• Create their own rosy bubble when dreary times arise;
• May run the risk of being too positive and unfocused on taking real action.
 

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4 + 8 Line (458, 468, 478)
The Maskless
• Double reactive;
• Very intense character regardless of the dominant instinct;
• Reject inauthentic behavior;
• Feel things strongly and express them in a powerful way (especially 468);
• Protect the vulnerable, the rejected, the abandoned (especially with dominant social instinct);
• Often provocative and defying taboos;
• Likes to dig deep into emotional traumas (especially 458);
• With core 8, gives an incentive to look into their vulnerable side;
• With core 4, pushes them to act upon what they believe.

5 + 8 Line (258, 358, 458)
The Independent
• Double rejection;
• Enhances the natural 5/8 line;
• Strategic thinking;
• Can act behind-the-scenes in a surprising way; Almost ninja-like;
• Silently watchful and ready to act in accordance to plan;
• Mix of hot and cold energy; may be hard to follow and hard to know;
• Often have a razor-sharp mind and are very good at problem-solving;
• Have a difficult time connecting with others in a casual, superficial way;
• Menacing presence even if unintentional (especially with core 8).


So what's a core 5 to do?
 
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What about those instances where there's both nodes and connections? Shouldn't they be purple?

I'm a 584, for example...
 
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What about those instances where there's both nodes and connections? Shouldn't they be purple?

I'm a 584, for example...
Well my intent was to make this list detailing only separate lines and nodes altogether. I idea is to take the tritypes apart and see how each individual connections work in pairs. I thought it may be easier to be sure of each fix this way.

If I take you for example, you should have the 4 + 5 node, the 5 + 8 line and the 4 + 8 line working together to form the 458 tritype or Scholar Archetype. Each line or node have an individual color and interaction between them.

So, in your case you have both a node and two lines forming your tritype. :)
 
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Very good! I had been looking for this, thanks! :) Looked up the description of my father (8-7-3), husband (4-3-6-8) and myself (4-5-9), and your descriptions seem to be correct!
 

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Interesting.

With my Tritype of 4-1-6 and having wings of 5 for both 4 and 6, I find that the line of 4-5 also to be insightful (no 5-6 line since both are head types). The 1-6 line helps to explain why I can give a sense (at times) of SJ though being an INFP.

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These are very good. 125, 126 and 127 fits me very well. Yes. Including the negatives.

Definitely agree with the 1 and 2 wings being enhanced. I am more likely to act like a 2 especially in relationships because that's I know is the right way to be. Doing for others is a responsibility I take on and will commit to as long as the other person is upholding their end of the bargain as well. We're both task oriented and both do as much as the other as came be subjectively determined toward our shared goals.

As for 1 and 5, I value my time and energy and prefer not to engage unless I have both the energy as well as very confident in being right after putting in the time and energy to learn. I don't actually have to be right. I just have to believe that I am right and still will have the confidence to express myself with a good degree of authority.

I sit back, observe and engage when I have the confidence to do so without being wrong. Unless I've decided that being wrong is something acceptable in a specific situation where I can frame it as a part of my personal growth.
 

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I'm not sure about the 2-5 line but if that's the one where I sit back and help people through sharing knowledge and what I've myself learned through either experiences or other's experiences or just text book knowledge in a lengthy discussion over actual physical help which I never feel like I have the desire or energy to do, then that's the method of choice with regards to how I help people.
 

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Interesting description, some align quite nicely for people I know. There is one thing I don't get though; for example, how are, let's say, a 7w8 with a 1 fix, or a 1w2 with a 3 fix possible? Doesn't that contradict the fact that you can't have two different types from the same centre of intelligence? I mean sure, it's not the core, but it influences it.
 

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Interesting description, some align quite nicely for people I know. There is one thing I don't get though; for example, how are, let's say, a 7w8 with a 1 fix, or a 1w2 with a 3 fix possible? Doesn't that contradict the fact that you can't have two different types from the same centre of intelligence? I mean sure, it's not the core, but it influences it.
I think that what is generally accepted by Katherine Fauvre, the creator of the Tritype theory is that ultimately, we all possess the 9 enneatype energies within us and each one of them is manifested in a sequenced order going from one center to another, eventually producing the individual tritype that we know. Tritype is said to occur at a lightning-fast and repeating sequence, most of which is relatively unconscious. For instance, if I'm a core FOUR with a FIVE wing, I first experience life with a FOUR view with a dash of FIVE, then go to my natural lines of ONE and TWO respectively depending of the situation. Then, if the issue I'm facing isn't resolved by this first tactic, being my preferred on in the Heart center (note that the core enneatype remains in charge every single time, even when changing center), I'm going to use my second preferred method of dealing with problems, in my case, by shifting to my mental center, specifically the SEVEN enneatype. Finally, if said problem hasn't subsided to a comfortable level, then if finally switch to my last and least preferred center : the NINE enneatype based in the gut center.

Your wing colors your dominant type but may not be your preferred enneatype in that specific center when facing an important issue.
I use my five wing as a defense mechanism when I'm stressed, but I quickly shift to my SEVEN energy to distract and protect my mind against pain instead of analyzing the situation thoroughly like a FIVE.

Hope this quick explanation helps!
 
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I think that what is generally accepted by Katherine Fauvre, the creator of the Tritype theory is that ultimately, we all possess the 9 enneatype energies within us and each one of them is manifested in a sequenced order going from one center to another, eventually producing the individual tritype that we know. Tritype is said to occur at a lightning-fast and repeating sequence, most of which is relatively unconscious. For instance, if I'm a core FOUR with a FIVE wing, I first experience life with a FOUR view with a dash of FIVE, then go to my natural lines of ONE and TWO respectively depending of the situation. Then, if the issue I'm facing isn't resolved by this first tactic, being my preferred on in the Heart center (note that the core enneatype remains in charge every single time, even when changing center), I'm going to use my second preferred method of dealing with problems, in my case, by shifting to my mental center, specifically the SEVEN enneatype. Finally, if said problem hasn't subsided to a comfortable level, then if finally switch to my last and least preferred center : the NINE enneatype based in the gut center.

Your wing colors your dominant type but may not be your preferred enneatype in that specific center when facing an important issue.
I use my five wing as a defense mechanism when I'm stressed, but I quickly shift to my SEVEN energy to distract and protect my mind against pain instead of analyzing the situation thoroughly like a FIVE.

Hope this quick explanation helps!
Okay that makes sense. This has been my impression too (the wing enhances the core type without the person actually portraying thought patterns of their wing), while fixes seem to have a purer influence.
I am mainly asking because I (re)typed myself as 7w8, and I am currently trying to figure out my fixes. I am considering 1 as my gut fix. I feel lots of internal conflict between my 7+8 double Id unrestrained energy with random bursts of perfectionism, self-criticism, and propriety. The other fix is probably 3.

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Okay that makes sense. This has been my impression too (the wing enhances the core type without the person actually portraying thought patterns of their wing), while fixes seem to have a purer influence.
I am mainly asking because I (re)typed myself as 7w8, and I am currently trying to figure out my fixes. I am considering 1 as my gut fix. I feel lots of internal conflict between my 7+8 double Id unrestrained energy with random bursts of perfectionism, self-criticism, and propriety. The other fix is probably 3.

Thanks!
So you would be a Systems Builder then (137). This tritype is caracterized by being the most professional tritype and the most doing along with 136. They have big ideas, but fail short when they encounter situations when they have to share their inner thoughts and emotions with people they don't know well. They are really sensitive to their social image and the overall presentation of their work, even when they aren't a social tritype. They tend to dream big : Katherine says that this is probably the most prolific types in Hollywood producers since they love to impress and complete big projects.
 
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How would the different instinctual variants manifest in this tritype for a core 7(w8)?
That's a very good question.

I guess if I base myself on Beatrice Chestnut's view on the 27 enneagram subtypes to answer your question, it would go something like this :

Self-preservation SEVENs are the most openly hedonistic and opportunistic SEVEN of all three subtypes, especially with an EIGHT wing. They are also down-to-earth and practical in their everyday interactions and like to maintain social bonds of like-minded individuals where they partake in sensory-based experiences. I would see the 713 or 731 tritype combined with this subtype as a very practical and industrious individual who is more openly working for self-interest than the other two subtypes. The sp ONE in the tritype is more congenial but can be kinda anal about details and the sp THREE is very humble and workaholic, overall giving out a very focused, diligent and goal-oriented person, but leading with their sense of epicurious and gluttonous nature.

Sexual SEVENS are kind of the opposite of the self-pres. They are hungry for the mystical and spiritual aspects of life. This is more of an impractical, big dreamer archetype. They idealize relationships and experiences a lot and can overdo the happy phase of life, a the point of looking dazed or euphorical at times. I think this 713 or 731 tritype would be similar to the 741 archetype, because of the idealistic nature of the subtype. This would be more of an intense, impractical and phantasmagorical Systems Builder, that can be very impatient with negativity and not meeting their goals. This subtype with this tritype could also be more inclined to delve into the emotional realm, but still be irked by showing its vulnerable side. The sx ONE is very intense and demanding here and the sx THREE is concerned about showing a perfect mate image. Overall this should be the most unusual combination for this tritype.

Social SEVENS are the countertype of the enneatype since they don't want to show their glutton side to people. They are more inclined to show a pure image of themselves to others, believing that seeking variety and showing preference for self-interests is bad. This is essentially a more compliant SEVEN (can look like a ONE or a SIX) and with an EIGHT wing, this individual can show more of a leading and mentor quality than the typical powerhouse aspect of the EIGHT. The 713 or 731 tritype with a social subtype is more ONEish and really rule and structure-oriented and can easily look like a 136 at times, since they show great work ethics and powerful adherence to their own convictions, especially with an EIGHT wing. The so ONE is akin to the teacher or the guide archetype, wanting to be seen as an example to follow. The so THREE is the stereotypical THREE that seeks recognition and fame. Could be the most social savvy 731.
 

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That's a very good question.

I guess if I base myself on Beatrice Chestnut's view on the 27 enneagram subtypes to answer your question, it would go something like this :

Self-preservation SEVENs are the most openly hedonistic and opportunistic SEVEN of all three subtypes, especially with an EIGHT wing. They are also down-to-earth and practical in their everyday interactions and like to maintain social bonds of like-minded individuals where they partake in sensory-based experiences. I would see the 713 or 731 tritype combined with this subtype as a very practical and industrious individual who is more openly working for self-interest than the other two subtypes. The sp ONE in the tritype is more congenial but can be kinda anal about details and the sp THREE is very humble and workaholic, overall giving out a very focused, diligent and goal-oriented person, but leading with their sense of epicurious and gluttonous nature.

Sexual SEVENS are kind of the opposite of the self-pres. They are hungry for the mystical and spiritual aspects of life. This is more of an impractical, big dreamer archetype. They idealize relationships and experiences a lot and can overdo the happy phase of life, a the point of looking dazed or euphorical at times. I think this 713 or 731 tritype would be similar to the 741 archetype, because of the idealistic nature of the subtype. This would be more of an intense, impractical and phantasmagorical Systems Builder, that can be very impatient with negativity and not meeting their goals. This subtype with this tritype could also be more inclined to delve into the emotional realm, but still be irked by showing its vulnerable side. The sx ONE is very intense and demanding here and the sx THREE is concerned about showing a perfect mate image. Overall this should be the most unusual combination for this tritype.

Social SEVENS are the countertype of the enneatype since they don't want to show their glutton side to people. They are more inclined to show a pure image of themselves to others, believing that seeking variety and showing preference for self-interests is bad. This is essentially a more compliant SEVEN (can look like a ONE or a SIX) and with an EIGHT wing, this individual can show more of a leading and mentor quality than the typical powerhouse aspect of the EIGHT. The 713 or 731 tritype with a social subtype is more ONEish and really rule and structure-oriented and can easily look like a 136 at times, since they show great work ethics and powerful adherence to their own convictions, especially with an EIGHT wing. The so ONE is akin to the teacher or the guide archetype, wanting to be seen as an example to follow. The so THREE is the stereotypical THREE that seeks recognition and fame. Could be the most social savvy 731.
Sp fits the most, as I had suspected. I although I haven't been particularly sociable lately.
These are some very good explanations @Karkino, along with the other stuff you have written about tritypes. Keep em coming! :D
 
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