[Enneagram Type 4] Differences between 459 and 469?

Differences between 459 and 469?

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This is a discussion on Differences between 459 and 469? within the Type 4 Forum - The Individualist forums, part of the Heart Triad - Types 2,3,4 category; Does anyone know the true differences between the 459 and the 469 tritypes? I've read both and identified with both. ...

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    Differences between 459 and 469?

    Does anyone know the true differences between the 459 and the 469 tritypes?

    I've read both and identified with both. I've also been lurking in the Type 5 and 6 subforums to see which fixes I have, but I haven't come to any conclusions yet.
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    Type 9w1

    I would so love to hear any thoughts on this. I'm currently identifying my enneagram type, and though I believe my current understanding could be right, I also debate the tritypes 469, 451 and 458.

    Current understanding: 4w3, 5w6, 9w? sx/?
    @WardRhiannon, how do you relate to the different tritypes? What is your experience as the full type as stated in your signature?

    Kitteh.

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    469s are a bit more people-oriented than 459s - the 5 is more self-reliant and the 6 is more drawn to the social realm. Of course, this can be skewed by instinctual variants. A 459 SO might be more people-oriented than a 469 SP.

    Both are in search of understanding, but the 459s are more likely to be fixated on finding closure, where the 469 is more continually re-evaluating things and seeking more information. They are more likely to be comfortable with the unknown, and may even delight in mysteries, where the 459 is more interested in finding out concrete answers for their questions. 5s like certainty, 6s are always a bit skeptical of everything.

    Both 5 and 6 seek security, but they go about it differently. Belonging to a group and being loyal to others who in turn give back to them is a 6-like strategy. 5s are more self-reliant: their means of attaining security is to gather resources (both intellectual and physical) to be self-sufficient and obsess themselves with being prepared for what may come.

    Both types are anxious, but 6s have more apparent anxiety, 5s hide their tension under a cool exterior. 5s have a more detached nature than 6s.

    6s are very aware of the social world, who stands where, who is allied with whom, etc. -- 5s typically pay less attention to interpersonal relations.
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    Type 9w1

    After reading more, I think I am 469. I can strongly relate to the 5 description on it's own, but all in all this tritype makes the most sense.

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    Type 4w5

    I honestly don't know either, I think they're so similar because typically people of this tritype are 4w5's anyways. All I know is that both are considered the most socially withdrawn of all Enneagram types.


     

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