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This is a discussion on 9s: How does your Enneatype effect your MBTI type? within the Type 9 Forum - The Peacemaker forums, part of the Body Triad - Types 8,9,1 category; I'm an ISTJ 9. ISTJ's are not known for being sensitive, but I have been labeled as a nice, diplomatic, ...

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    I'm an ISTJ 9. ISTJ's are not known for being sensitive, but I have been labeled as a nice, diplomatic, and sensitive person by many people. My parents even thought I was going to be a veterinarian as a career because I loved animals so much when I was a kid.

    Also being an ISTJ and a 9 I have had the hardest time of anyone I know dealing with my emotions, to the point where I almost became numb in an attempt to just get it to stop. However, I am not at all a dutiful or traditional ISTJ. I live at my own pace and do my own things and desire to be alone so much that at first I thought I was an E5.

    In all, I can say it feels very strange to have an MBTI preference for Thinking and yet be a 9 and so focused on emotion and empathy.
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  2. #32

    If I cared to identify myself by MBTI, I'd be ISFP. I'm not as intense as the Type Four ISFPs, nor as artistic. Part of this is due to my Nine Enneagram.

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    Type 9w1

    As an INFP e9, I'm more diplomatic then I'd expect to be if say, e4. My enneagram makes my MBTI much warmer in appearance and I'd laugh with you, or generally be easy to get along with. And because of this, I don't recall ever having an "Enemy" in my life, because that requires exerting yourself to the world, which 9s generally don't do a lot of. So people like me, I'm easy to get along with, and my MBTI type makes me aware of what I find important, warts, strengths, and flaws.

    Of course, the downside is, I admire the e4s Because they stand up for what they care for, while I'm too eager to keep the peace, at the expense of my own sanity as my anger boils underneath my surface. I generally don't let my own needs or urges known, for it could upset harmony within a group, and I repress my own emotions and not be aware that I did so, until I've had a chance to reflect afterwards.

    SO in short, the INFP style of thinking encourages me to be more aware of how I think, or what I deem important to me, and my e9 essentially makes me much warmer towards people around me, peace and harmony. But my sense of self is much fuzzier because I'm used to thinking in other people's ways of thought, and anticipating them, so I don't get much sense of myself, until after upon reflection.
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  5. #34
    Type 9w1

    Quote Originally Posted by RomanGuy View Post
    I'm an ISTJ 9. ISTJ's are not known for being sensitive, but I have been labeled as a nice, diplomatic, and sensitive person by many people. My parents even thought I was going to be a veterinarian as a career because I loved animals so much when I was a kid.

    Also being an ISTJ and a 9 I have had the hardest time of anyone I know dealing with my emotions, to the point where I almost became numb in an attempt to just get it to stop. However, I am not at all a dutiful or traditional ISTJ. I live at my own pace and do my own things and desire to be alone so much that at first I thought I was an E5.

    In all, I can say it feels very strange to have an MBTI preference for Thinking and yet be a 9 and so focused on emotion and empathy.
    Thanks for posting! I'm an INTP 9w1. I'm also pretty warm compared to other INTPs (from what I've seen on the INTP forum).

    My emotions are very private, and I often push them down unless someone coaxes them out of me, or if I'm stressed. Trying to go numb hasn't worked for me, so I just try to let them out every few weeks (usually by singing or just listening to music).

    And yes! It's strange to have a logical (sometimes cold) personality, yet be very warm and pleasant when around people. The way I make sense of it is attributing my behavior to the fact that Ti is introverted in nature while Fe is extroverted.

  6. #35

    I think as a 9 ENTP, I'm a lot more passive and introverted. Even though I'm so/sp.

    I'm pretty warm and enthusiastic, too, but that's not really surprising for either ENTP, or a 9.

  7. #36

    I'm an ESTJ 9w1. I'm a warm hearted. Many people seen that I'm a nice person, always think about stuff (sometimes my friends don't understand what I'm thinking about). I'm also support to people that who seek advice to me. Always laugh and cheer.

    I always dream about future (maybe it's not complex as ENTJ) but I always want to grow up and change into a better person day by day.
    But, sometimes I can be a devil's advocate to achieve what I need but I can be a good mediator when my team member has problems with others.
    And my most roles in team is moodmaker who always cheers

  8. #37
    Type 9w1

    I'm an INFJ... Sometimes when I take ennegram test I come out as a type 7, I think the type whilst could be used to describe me is flawed because I tend to downplay my enthusiasm for things.
    I have a feeling Ni & type 9 generally fit together quite well, and I think Ti could also be of use as it extracts conclusions from within. Which when one is a so called 'Peacemaker' can give you a rather comfortable position.

  9. #38

    I'm an enfp 9w1, I'm a lot calmer and not as emotionally expressive than the other of my kind . I also find myself to be less emotional .


     
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