For those of you who know a bit about Buddhism and the dharma, I'm very curious to hear your thoughts on what The Buddha's MBTI might have been. (Obviously this is a bit of a thought experiment, as he's an ancient, but...I'm curious as to what you think.) To most of the Enneagram theorists, it seems pretty clear cut that he was the best possible version of a five with a four wing. I am guessing an introvert and intuitive, but beyond that can't seem to pin it down. T makes sense because he was so "scientific" and logical, in a sense, but his logic revolved around emotional systems and psychology. F makes sense because he was so focused on compassion and the end of suffering as being the utmost ideal and possibility, but he made such a logical system out of it...if you look at the texts, there are so many lists, instructions, etc. He presented such a complex emotional and psychological ideal as an objective system. Kind of fascinating!