#enneagram 4
funkymbtifiction · 6 months ago
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The Stances of each type.
Sourced from Enneagrammer.
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peggy-sue-reads-a-book · a month ago
Me reading my own fanfiction: ah, here we have the three genders— sad gurls, soft bois, and dastardly villains.
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playsthetics · 4 months ago
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Enneagram Tritype Moodboards: (22/27)
458 (The Scholar)
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coruscatingdust · 7 months ago
I am indifferent to everything and everyone.
No, I’m exhausted.
I have no energy to engage with anything outside myself —
I’ve spent too much energy dealing with all the chaos within me. What energy can I have for the outer chaos?
What about beauty?
Beauty is not something to engage with—it is to be observed. to be looked at with admiration from a distance, like watching the early sunrise pouring a bucket of cerulean into the sky every day.
I am not exhausted by beauty; I am consumed by it. But the fire in me consumes chaos, and with it I disappear. there is no self left to give to the world.
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druggedchicken · 7 months ago
im gonna say it, i hate how glorified enneagram type descriptions are why arent people talking about this?
"threes are the achiever and they work insanely hard and they complete all their goals and they can become a millionaire in a week"
"sevens are crazy party maniacs and enjoy having fun and also do drugs"
"sixes worry about safety and panic all the time and they also go insane when they think something will go wrong and they buy a stupid amount of things to keep themselves safe"
bro tf why are you describing it so extremely,,
nobody talks about threes who dont reach their goals or what sevens do when they feel pushed into a corner
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Enneagram Types Cheat Sheet: For typing purposes (from the enneagram institute)
Type 1 - The Reformer
The Rational, Idealistic type; Principled, Purposeful, Self-controlled and Perfectionistic.
Basic fear: of being corrupt, evil, defective
Basic desire: To be good, to have integrity, to be balanced
Holy Idea; Perfection, Serenity. Sin; Anger, Resentment.
Key motivations: Want to be right, to strive higher and improve everything, to be consistent with their ideals, to justify themselves, to be beyond criticism so as not to be condemned by anyone.
Disintegration (stress): methodical Ones suddenly become moody and irrational at Four.
At their Best: wise, discerning, realistic, and noble. Can be morally heroic.
Ones are conscientious and ethical, with a strong sense of right and wrong. They are teachers, crusaders, and advocates for change: always striving to improve things, but afraid of making a mistake. Well-organized, orderly, and fastidious, they try to maintain high standards, but can slip into being critical and perfectionistic. They typically have problems with resentment and impatience. 
Type 2 - The Caregiver
The Caring, Interpersonal Type: Generous, Demonstrative, People-pleasing, and Possessive
Basic fear: Of being unwanted, unworthy of being loved
Basic desire: To be loved
Holy Idea; Will, Humility. Sin; Pride, Flattery.
Key motivations: Want to be loved, to express their feelings for others, to be needed and appreciated, to get others to respond to them, to vindicate their claims about themselves.
Disintegration (stress): needy Twos suddenly become aggressive and dominating at Eight.
At their Best: unselfish and altruistic, they have unconditional love for others.
Twos are empathetic, sincere, and warm-hearted. They are friendly, generous, and self-sacrificing, but can also be sentimental, flattering, and people-pleasing. They are well-meaning and driven to be close to others, but can slip into doing things for others in order to be needed. They typically have problems with possessiveness and with acknowledging their own needs. 
Type 3 - The Achiever
The Success-Oriented, Pragmatic Type: Adaptable, Excelling, Driven, and Image-Conscious
Basic fear: Of being worthless
Basic desire: To feel valuable and worthwhile
Holy Idea; Hope, Truthfulness. Sin; Deceit, Vanity.
Key motivations: Want to be affirmed, to distinguish themselves from others, to have attention, to be admired, and to impress others.
Disintegration (stress): driven Threes suddenly become disengaged and apathetic at Nine.
At their Best: self-accepting, authentic, everything they seem to be—role models who inspire others.
Threes are self-assured, attractive, and charming. Ambitious, competent, and energetic, they can also be status-conscious and highly driven for advancement. They are diplomatic and poised, but can also be overly concerned with their image and what others think of them. They typically have problems with workaholism and competitiveness. 
Type 4 - The Individualist
The Sensitive, Introspective Type: Expressive, Dramatic, Self-Absorbed, and Temperamental
Basic Fear: That they have no identity or personal significance
Basic Desire: To find themselves and their significance (to create an    identity)
Holy Idea; Origin, Equanimity. Sin; Envy, Melancholy.
Key motivations: Want to express themselves and their individuality, to create and surround themselves with beauty, to maintain certain moods and feelings, to withdraw to protect their self-image, to take care of emotional needs before attending to anything else, to attract a "rescuer."
Disintegration (stress): aloof Fours suddenly become over-involved and clinging at Two.
At their Best: inspired and highly creative, they are able to renew themselves and transform their experiences.
Fours are self-aware, sensitive, and reserved. They are emotionally honest, creative, and personal, but can also be moody and self-conscious. Withholding themselves from others due to feeling vulnerable and defective, they can also feel disdainful and exempt from ordinary ways of living. They typically have problems with melancholy, self-indulgence, and self-pity. 
Type 5 - The Investigator
The Intense, Cerebral Type: Perceptive, Innovative, Secretive, and Isolated
Basic Fear: Being useless, helpless, or incapable
Basic Desire: To be capable and competent
Holy Idea; Omniscience, Non-attachment. Sin; Avarice, Stinginess.
Key motivations: Want to possess knowledge, to understand the environment, to have everything figured out as a way of defending the self from threats from the environment.
Disintegration (stress): detached Fives suddenly become hyperactive and scattered at Seven.
At their Best: visionary pioneers, often ahead of their time, and able to see the world in an entirely new way.
Fives are alert, insightful, and curious. They are able to concentrate and focus on developing complex ideas and skills. Independent, innovative, and inventive, they can also become preoccupied with their thoughts and imaginary constructs. They become detached, yet high-strung and intense. They typically have problems with eccentricity, nihilism, and isolation.
Type 6 - The Loyalist
The Committed, Security-Oriented Type: Engaging, Responsible, Anxious, and Suspicious
Basic Fear: Of being without support and guidance
Basic Desire: To have security and support
Holy Idea; Faith, Courage. Sin; Fear, Cowardice.
Key motivations: Want to have security, to feel supported by others, to have certitude and reassurance, to test the attitudes of others toward them, to fight against anxiety and insecurity.
Disintegration (stress): dutiful Sixes suddenly become competitive and arrogant at Three.
At their Best: internally stable and self-reliant, courageously championing themselves and others.
Sixes are reliable, hard-working, responsible, and trustworthy. Excellent "troubleshooters," they foresee problems and foster cooperation, but can also become defensive, evasive, and anxious—running on stress while complaining about it. They can be cautious and indecisive, but also reactive, defiant and rebellious. They typically have problems with self-doubt and suspicion. 
Type 7 - The Enthusiast
The Busy, Variety-Seeking Type: Spontaneous, Versatile, Acquisitive, and Scattered
Basic Fear: Of being deprived and in pain
Basic Desire: To be satisfied and content—to have their needs fulfilled
Holy Idea; Wisdom, Sobriety. Sin; Gluttony, Planning.
Key motivations: Want to maintain their freedom and happiness, to avoid missing out on worthwhile experiences, to keep themselves excited and occupied, to avoid and discharge pain.
Disintegration (stress): scattered Sevens suddenly become perfectionistic and critical at One.
At their Best: they focus their talents on worthwhile goals, becoming appreciative, joyous, and satisfied.
Sevens are extroverted, optimistic, versatile, and spontaneous. Playful, high-spirited, and practical, they can also misapply their many talents, becoming over-extended, scattered, and undisciplined. They constantly seek new and exciting experiences, but can become distracted and exhausted by staying on the go. They typically have problems with impatience and impulsiveness. 
Type 8 - The Challenger
The Powerful, Dominating Type: Self-Confident, Decisive, Willful, and Confrontational
Basic Fear: Of being harmed or controlled by others
Basic Desire: To protect themselves (to be in control of their own life and destiny)
Holy Idea; Truth, Innocence. Sin; Lust, Vengeance.
Key motivations: Want to be self-reliant, to prove their strength and resist weakness, to be important in their world, to dominate the environment, and to stay in control of their situation.
Disintegration (stress): self-confident Eights suddenly become secretive and fearful at Five.
At their Best: self- mastering, they use their strength to improve others' lives, becoming heroic, magnanimous, and inspiring.
Eights are self-confident, strong, and assertive. Protective, resourceful, straight-talking, and decisive, but can also be ego-centric and domineering. Eights feel they must control their environment, especially people, sometimes becoming confrontational and intimidating. Eights typically have problems with their tempers and with allowing themselves to be vulnerable. 
Type 9 - The Peacemaker
The Easygoing, Self-Effacing Type: Receptive, Reassuring, Agreeable, and Complacent
Basic Fear: Of loss and separation
Basic Desire: To have inner stability and "peace of mind"
Holy Idea; Love, Action. Sin; Sloth, Indolence.
Key motivations: Want to create harmony in their environment, to avoid conflicts and tension, to preserve things as they are, to resist whatever would upset or disturb them.
Disintegration (stress): complacent Nines suddenly become anxious and worried at Six.
At their Best: indomitable and all-embracing, they are able to bring people together and heal conflicts.
Nines are accepting, trusting, and stable. They are usually creative, optimistic, and supportive, but can also be too willing to go along with others to keep the peace. They want everything to go smoothly and be without conflict, but they can also tend to be complacent, simplifying problems and minimizing anything upsetting. They typically have problems with inertia and stubbornness. 
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dystopicbrain · 2 months ago
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I mean, I’m always anxious, thinking I’m not living my life to the fullest, taking advantage of every possibility, making sure I’m not wasting one second of the little time I have.
— Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind (2004)
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lowcountry-gothic · 8 months ago
Finding Your Type: Problem Solving
(Transcribed from this post by Kambrie Ross.)
Type One
Competency Triad
In conflict, thinks about the "right" thing to do—based on a sort of moral standard, system, or principle—doesn't want to fail.
Consciously seeks to separate themselves from overwhelming feelings in order to solve the problem at hand with competent, dichotomous thinking.
"Right" for me means it serves a purpose, whatever it is. If it doesn't serve some purpose, it's in the way or causing a problem. If I can fix it I'm happy. if I can't, I stress.
I want to be taken seriously—I don't want to present myself as anything but composed and rational. I try to distance myself from my emotions—they are messy and hard to understand. Being rational is just more efficient.
Type Two
Positive Outlook Triad
Tends to ignore, gloss over, and push aside conflict and problems rather than address them (both externally and internally).
Sees conflict, problems, and negativity as divisive, which interrupts the flow of the relationships that give them their sense of identity.
Numbness to negative emotions. And numbing my own feelings so I can do more for others.
I try to see the positive in every situation.
I am the glue in relationships. It's hard for me to verbalize what I'm feeling and it's hard to bring up things that bother me. I will almost always opt to avoid conflict to preserve the peace.
I'm receptive at recognizing boundaries and reading moods without needing to speak them.
Type Three
Competency Triad
In conflict, finds an anchor in future goals—pushes hard into mentally assessing, then quickly and efficiently eliminating all blockages—avoids failure.
Tends to see emotions as obstacles that complicate problems and obstruct the path to efficiency and progress.
Every action should be intentional. I'm constantly searching for my purpose and doing what I can to achieve it.
I'm an achiever. I know if I want something, I'll get it done.
more often than not, it's hard to relax or feel fulfilled unless I'm accomplishing something or making effective use of my time.
I think logic trumps emotion almost always, and get angry with myself when I have emotions that are illogical.
Type Four
Expressive Triad
Has big, emotional reactions in conflict—feels a need to be authentic to the moment and their current feelings—wants to be heard, validated, and understood.
Believes (subconsciously or not) that the way you solve the problem is by addressing the emotional experience.
I wish people understood the importance of processing emotions...I don't want people to categorize me as "dramatic" or "too deep" when they lack understanding.
I've been told I'm very expressive when I talk about things (especially when I'm passionate or opinionated about something, which happens a lot). I often encourage others to not dismiss what they're feeling, whether good or bad.
I saw something once that said nothing feels small to a 4 and that felt really true. 4s CARE.
Type Five
Competency Triad
In conflict, thinks about data and facts—wants to think and process the problem before solving it—doesn't want to fail.
Believes you must shut down emotions to solve problems—feelings are messy, hard to understand and cloud judgment, but facts are straightforward and make sense.
I see lots of possibilities and I like to take my time to think everything through.
I'm extremely rational, logical, and level-headed. I put facts, morals, and usefulness first when dealing with emotions, making decisions, forming opinions, and gathering and proving knowledge. people always come to me for logical solutions to problems.
I try to learn how people like to communicate...usually doesn't work because people are human, not science, and always change things up.
Type Six
Expressive Triad
In conflict, wants to verbally process fears, concerns, and feelings in order to assess stability (relational and otherwise)—has a natural radar for threats.
Believes (subconsciously or not) that external affirmation of their thoughts and feelings will solve the problem.
I can pick up on if someone I love is emotionally off within seconds.
I feel like people don't understand my need to talk through scenarios. I want to be prepared for everything.
It's exhausting at times to feel like the only person who can see the problems with someone else's scheme or to be treated as overly negative when voicing intuitive concerns. I'm hard-wired to spot problems and threats and it's NOT just all in my head: it's good to think through and process all of the things I see and not dismiss them.
Type Seven
Positive Outlook Triad
Seeks to avoid or reframe negativity—often spins things in a more positive, exciting, or fun way (in the moment and retrospectively).
Sees conflict, problems, and negativity as unpleasant, (usually) unnecessary, and as hindering their ability to keep going and stay "up"—doesn't want to feel stuck.
I'm quite low maintenance in a relationship as it doesn't take much to make me happy—just spend time with me, don't be a Debbie Downer, and do fun things with me, even if they're simple. I'm so spontaneous and I see the good in people in life, so I rarely feel sad or let things get me down.
I see the world through a kaleidoscope lens. Everything is colorful, bright, and my mind jumps from piece to piece...As a 7 with depression and ADHD (as well as a chronic illness), life can be pretty sucky sometimes. But I'm able to look on the bright side and channel my pain into action (on most days).
Type Eight
Expressive Triad
Has big, passionate reactions in conflict—doesn't feel the need to censor impulses or emotional reactions—often pushes for contact to have a stronger sense of being.
has no problem with confrontation or challenges—engages with conflict boldly and willfully in order to keep moving forward.
I'm very upfront when I'm angry. I let people know.
I am so honest that I seem mean. So sometimes I am mean because it's easier than being misunderstood.
I make myself seem larger and louder (an outward defense mechanism to hide the vulnerabilities within myself).
When I feel threatened I go to "fight or flight."
I tackle conflict head-on so the tension is gone and we can be at peace.
Type Nine
Positive Outlook Triad
Tends to avoid and withdraw from tension, conflict, and drama they don't deem as worth the effort.
Sees conflict, problems, and negativity as unnecessary disruptors of peace—will engage in conflict if they can heal the connection and restore harmony.
I hate conflict, tension, and drama. I will engage in conflict as peacefully as I can to break the tension and bring peace back.
I see the world full of conflicting people who refuse to attempt to see things any other way and that's hard. The little things where humans are good to each other makes me happy. I see things with more potential good than many people I know. Conflict, tension, or passive-aggressiveness being present around me make me want to fall through he ground into the center of the earth.
I will do anything to avoid confrontation or conflict.
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cursedtypology · 3 months ago
Enneagram + The Big Five Traits
The Big Five traits are Extraversion, Neuroticism, Conscientiousness, Agreeableness, and Openness.
Type 1
Extraversion: Varies. Higher if 1w2, lower if 1w9.
Neuroticism: Moderate to high. Self-control may lead to them not appearing outwardly "neurotic". May score high on the Anger facet.
Conscientiousness: Highest of the enneagram types.
Agreeableness: Varies. May want to do the right thing, but may seem disagreeable when their idea of "right" clashes with that of others.
Openness: Low.
Type 2
Extraversion: High.
Neuroticism: Varies.
Conscientiousness: Varies, but typically moderate.
Agreeableness: High.
Openness: Low.
Type 3
Extraversion: Typically high but can be low based on the individual.
Neuroticism: Varies. May not appear outwardly "neurotic" if that is not the image they want to present.
Conscientiousness: Typically moderate to high.
Agreeableness: Higher if 3w2, lower if 3w4.
Openness: Low.
Type 4
Extraversion: Low.
Neuroticism: High.
Conscientiousness: Typically low. May not want to comply with the demands of others, but may follow self-imposed rules.
Agreeableness: Low to moderate.
Openness: High.
Type 5
Extraversion: Low.
Neuroticism: Low.
Conscientiousness: Typically low. May not want to comply with the demands of others, but may follow self-imposed rules.
Agreeableness: Low.
Openness: High particularly in the Intellect facet, but can be low as Openness focuses on having a variety of interests, while 5s focus intensely on a select few things over a variety.
Type 6
Extraversion: Varies, but typically introverted.
Neuroticism: High.
Conscientiousness: High.
Agreeableness: Varies. Lower if counterphobic.
Openness: Typically low.
Type 7
Extraversion: Highest of the enneagram types.
Neuroticism: Low, or if high, at least may try to avoid those negative emotions.
Conscientiousness: Lowest of the enneagram types.
Agreeableness: Varies.
Openness: High.
Type 8
Extraversion: High. Higher if 8w7, lower if 8w9.
Neuroticism: Low. May place high on the Anger facet, but low on other more "vulnerable" feelings such as Anxiety, Self-Consciousness, or Vulnerability.
Conscientiousness: Varies.
Agreeableness: Low.
Openness: Typically low, particularly on Imagination, Artistic Interests, and Emotionality. Intellect may be moderate to high. May be high on Adventurousness and Liberalism.
Type 9
Extraversion: Low.
Neuroticism: Low, or if high, may not appear outwardly as such.
Conscientiousness: Low.
Agreeableness: High. May be lower if 9w8 or SO blind.
Openness: Varies.
Remember that this is an estimation based off the observations I've made of type descriptions, which describe average health. An individual may score differently from what I've written here, and one's trifix may have an influence on it. For example, someone who is a core 1, which typically has very high conscientiousness, may get a lower score than average on conscientiousness if they have a 7 fix.
- Reminder that this is not based off how people of each type self-report (misinformation, lack of self-awareness, and changing oneself to fit type descriptions in the typology community is rampant, therefore self-report means not a lot). This is based off average descriptions from various sources of each type.
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infp-at-home · 9 months ago
INFP + enneagram combos
(these are my assumptions about these types, might not necessarily apply to all or be 100% accurate so take it with a grain of salt)
INFP + 4 : the most common types of INFPs out there. Very introspective and in-tuned with feelings, and very self-reflective. The Fi already is, but this INFP more identity-focused and highly idealistic (more so than other INFPs). Fi prefers authenticity, and 4 prefers uniqueness, so this 4 isn't going to shy away from being their unique selves. (often times 4w5 > 4w3)
INFP + 9 : a confusing mess. may have been mistyped as other enneagram since the 9 can relate to most other types (except their own sometimes). may look like 4s because in a way, 9s are also identity-focussed. The Fi + 9 clashes and the INFP can forget themselves. (often times 9w1 > 9w8)
INFP + 6 : anxious and loyal, they tend to be phobic rather than counterphobic. They think a lot more than other INFPs in my opinion, as they often worry and think things through. Since they are 6s, they can constantly question things/authority. Often looks for a support group.
INFP + 5 : this INFP doesn't relate to most INFP stereotypes at all, and instead appears more logical than "stereotypical INFPs". Often curious people who can inspire others around them with their innovative thinking. They can feel and be misunderstood by others and thus withdraw from them (especially those with 459 archetype tritype). (often times 5w4 > 5w6)
INFP + 2 : don't necessarily relate to the "shy loner INFP" stereotypes, and do like to be by themselves but may become lonely over long periods of alone time. They tend to be more of a people-pleaser and read social cues. More people-centric and gregarious than other INFPs that they can mistype or come across as a Fe user. They can be more aggressive too. (often times 2w3 > 2w1)
INFP + 7: more excitable and eccentric than other INFPs, and they can be more sociable (or they are shy but hyper with close people). but since they're still INFPs, it can drain them. the 7 and introverted-ness of an INFP can clash and cause frustration. they tend to be searching for experiences, satisfaction, or meanings to things. These INFPs are 7s, so they distract themselves from anxiety and negativity with fun. I assume they use their Ne a lot and so can mistype as ENFP.
INFP + 1 : their Fi and 1 give these INFP strong ideals, and make them quite self-critical as well. They repress their anger and can worry about being "not good enough" but they are sensible and humble INFPs. I don't know much about these INFPs since there aren't many out there, but I think they tend to be more orderly than other INFPs.
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anime-addictt · 4 months ago
What is the sp vs sx vs so stuff that I see you talking about with enneagram types, if you already talked about this could you link the post bc I’m not sure where to look
Ahh...yes, where do I start?
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So every human being in this world is motivated by the need to protect themselves. And they go about with it in three different ways:
save up resources for self
join community that would commit to saving resources
find a mate who can complete you, propagate reproduction, and help you save resources.
Now, these are just basic instincts that are we're stuck with, due to pre-historic reasons. And every human being will make use of the all these three traits to protect themselves. These traits (they're extremely simplified) are your instinctual variants. You have self-preservation (sp) , social (so), and sexual (sx).
Now, how does this come to play with our enneagram?
So enneagram is what we fear about ourselves, and how we try to cope up with it. Any form of coping == protecting, saving or conserving. Since our internalized fear forces us to protect something (ourselves), we are sort of pre-conditioned to use our instincts, which eventually adds a flair to your coping mechanism.
Which is why people belonging to the same enneagram tend to display different characteristics which are a subset of their core fears.
Self Preservation types primarily focus on protecting themselves by taking care of their immediate needs. These are the type of people who will be more concerned about materialistic issues like money, food, comfort, security.
Social types focus on establishing connections that would keep them safe. In other words, they focus on creating a community of like-minded people which would make them feel secure.
Sexual types are a bit more tricky. They have and constantly search for 'heat', since in early human era they were focused on finding a mate, and reproduction. However, in today's world, since they have a lot more options and places for them to expend that energy, these types are mainly focused on merging with an experience, passion, or a person. They love the feeling of being consumed in desire, have an all or nothing tendency.
Similar to cognitive functions in MBTI, all everyone uses all three of their instincts, just in varying degrees.
I feel like this post is a bit too long, so I shall stop here
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funkymbtifiction · 6 months ago
hey. just wondering how each enneagram type would deal with abandonment or abuse from family?
I can tell you the inner lie it might reinforce, but not the behavior:
To avoid future abuse or abandonment...
1 - I need to be good/dutiful/perfect in every way
2 - I need to give them whatever they want / anticipate their moods
3 - I need to become whatever I have to and adapt to keep people
4 - this has reinforced that I am alone in the world and unwanted
5 - I will become so self-reliant I need no one else, ever
6 - I need to find somewhere to belong, but I have trust issues
7 - I won't think about that ever again, I will keep on running
8 - nobody is ever going to make me feel vulnerable again
9 - I will ignore it and make it go away, and make no waves
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k-enneagram · 5 months ago
The Mental Habits (Fixations) of Each Style
A habit is something we do repeatedly without thinking about it. There are constructive and destructive habits, yet they are so ingrained in us, that all “habits” are worth reconsidering so we are choiceful about what we do.
Enneagram One: Resentment
Paying attention to flaws so that nothing ever seems good enough
Enneagram Two: Flattery
The gaining of acceptance through giving compliments or other forms of attention to others
Enneagram Three: Vanity
The strategic thinking about how to create an idealized image based on being or appearing to be successful
Enneagram Four: Melancholy
Thinking continuously about what is missing, with accompanying thoughts of being disconnected or separated from others
Enneagram Five: Stinginess
A scarcity paradigm that leads to an insatiable thirst for knowing, a reluctance to share – knowledge, time, space, and personal information – and to strategizing about how to control one’s environment
Enneagram Six: Cowardice
The thoughts of doubt and worry that cause the continuous creation of worst-case or anticipatory scenarios
Enneagram Seven: Planning
The mental process by which the mind goes into “hyper gear,” moving in rapid succession from one thing to another
Enneagram Eight: Vengeance
The process of rebalancing wrongs through thoughts related to anger, blame, and intimidation
Enneagram Nine: Laziness
Lethargy in paying attention one’s own feelings and needs, thus disabling him or her from taking the action you most desire
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playsthetics · 4 months ago
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Enneagram Tritype Moodboards: (23/27)
459 (The Contemplative)
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peggy-sue-reads-a-book · 4 months ago
Is Make You Feel My Love from the POV of Patroclus’s spirit unable to comfort Achilles or is it Achilles singing to the body he cradles?
Asking for a friend.
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coruscatingdust · 11 months ago
I want to try something new. Write me a letter. A handwritten letter. I’ll write you one in response.
I’m tired of social media interactions—the banal repetition of catch phrases, echo chambers, performance activism, hiding behind the veneer of picture-perfect versions of one’s life, impersonal response buttons, and the act of scrolling down our screens only catching the minimal slices of each other’s humanity…I’m tired of it all.
Write to me about your childhood dreams. What part of your past makes you ache and what you long to revisit. Tell me what genre of film, music, book represents the theme of your life so far. Tell me the name of the soundtrack that’s playing in the background this current season of life. The name of your imaginary friend or stuffed animal, even the name of your plant or bug you once saved. Write to me about the different versions of the self you’ve tried out—the various roles, scripts, personalities, quirks, and the version of the self that made you feel like you’re finally at home within yourself. What scent, sound, texture, taste, gives you the feeling of warmth, the sensation of being right at home?
I want to know the intricacies and inner landscapes of humanity. The rekindling of light, love, wonder that guides us into a portal of a new dimension of reality that transcends the dimmed basement of our hollow interactions. I want to lay under the stars in the vast field of longing, dreaming about a new way of living in this world, new way of thinking, interacting, and seeing one another.
If this is your desire too, please join me in the alchemy of transmuting our dreams into lived realities. (Comment or message me and I’ll get back to you)
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subconsciousmysteries · 3 months ago
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Enneagram 4 + Screenshots of Despair Moodboard
Head triad coming after this one ❤️
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