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    Default Enneagram with Wing Descriptions

    I found this site (http://webspace.webring.com/people/c...re/chwings.htm) with enneagram descriptions. I was wondering if anyone else had run across it before. I really have no idea if it's accurate or not; some of the descriptions seem fairly dramatic.
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    Yeah I've read them. I think they're good, the only problem is if you're somehow unsure of what you're like, then anything can fit.

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    These descriptions are fairly good. Granted, I identify with the 6w5 description more so than the 6w7 description.

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    I think they're good, the only problem is if you're somehow unsure of what you're like, then anything can fit.
    The first time I read them (a few months ago or so), I strongly identified with all of the 1, 4, 5, and 9 descriptions. So I agree, they're certainly a bit ambiguous.
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    Default Enneagram with Wing Descriptions

    I read the 1w9 and my subtype the 9w1 and thought it was okish but not of an ideal standard but most likely, a better effort than I am likely to ever do, so I make it ok but I would not promote it as a good sores of insight but I also would not neglect to mention it if someone wanted lots of different web sight to visit to read about the subtypes.


    I think two of the examples for the 9w1 were incorrect, mahatma Gandhi and The Dalai Lama.

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    Pretty good overview, but yeah, probably type yourself from something other than this. Too vague to get past the fog of the intrapersonal blindspot if you're not decided on your own type, yet.

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    Based on this 4 with a 5 wing sounds like a better fit. The 4w3 just doesn't seem right

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