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    Eh damn! Sorry for derailing your thread Athenian

    I've shifted my answer to Ezra's thread, but didn't realise the Jolly Holly and the Helper were rattling off here.

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    I think she's an ENTP! (after all, I'm an ESTP who gets acused of Fdom sometimes! )

    umm.. yeah... that would be a majority of my contribution... I'm an estp 7w8, so not unusual at all! I'm NOT special! I don't know any exceptions to the norm enneagram/mbti wise, but I wouldn't rule it out- I beleive that there's exceptions to everything!
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    I think I'm a thinking 4.

    I also have a high 1 factor.

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    ***did not read any replies***

    Of course you can have unusual combinations. I'm one myself.
    The test results always come out that way, and the description seems most accurate, so why disagree?
    I do believe that some Enneagram and MBTI combinations are more likely, and I'd be shocked if there wasn't any correlation.
    Some do seem highly doubtful, as I have a hard time imagining a type Seven ISFJ. I simply don't know how someone could honestly have the personality to consistently get that result.
    This is because some parts of the two systems overlap and some don't.
    So there is no direct translation, but there are averages.

    For the record, my mother is an F and a Five.
    I'm a P and a One.
    These things happen.
    Go to sleep, iguana.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    ***did not read any replies***

    Of course you can have unusual combinations. I'm one myself.
    The test results always come out that way, and the description seems most accurate, so why disagree?
    I do believe that some Enneagram and MBTI combinations are more likely, and I'd be shocked if there wasn't any correlation.
    Some do seem highly doubtful, as I have a hard time imagining a type Seven ISFJ. I simply don't know how someone could honestly have the personality to consistently get that result.
    This is because some parts of the two systems overlap and some don't.
    So there is no direct translation, but there are averages.

    For the record, my mother is an F and a Five.
    I'm a P and a One.
    These things happen.
    Yes, I do think some of them are outlandish enough to be implausible if not impossible.

    Have you seen certain unusual traits or conflicts resulting from a person being a Feeling Five or a Perceiving One? What type is your mother?

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    My mother is an INFP, which is the Feeling type most likely to be a Five.
    Her Feelings are definitely under-expressed compared to most Feelers, and most of the time, her F-ness comes through in her philosophy more than her expression.
    She pretty shamelessly puts objectivity and rationale aside.
    I think the result of someone who is a Feeling Five is a person that, honestly, has very little grounding in reality. It's a world entirely comprised of theory, following rules defined more by feelings than logic.
    Imagine what that's like.
    I don't think she's ever gotten different results, so there isn't much dispute about her type.

    As for me?
    I have a hard time thinking of inner-conflicts I might possess.
    That might be a problem, actually.
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    Once in a while I'll score as a 4w5 on an Enneagram test, I usually test 5w4.
    Autistic INFP


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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    As for me?
    I have a hard time thinking of inner-conflicts I might possess.
    That might be a problem, actually.
    Why would it be a problem? But do you never feel conflicted between your P tendency to simply adjust to the situation, and your 1 ideals of trying to be perfect or create perfection?

    Quote Originally Posted by TaylorS View Post
    Once in a while I'll score as a 4w5 on an Enneagram test, I usually test 5w4.
    That's odd... I'm a 4w5. Or at least I think I am based on what I've read on the matter so far, I don't know how to be certain.

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    I have seen some on the enneagram institute board which claim to be a MBTI type uncharacteristic of an E-TYPE. Yet interestingly enough, it is MBTI followers who generally attempt to correlate the two systems. Many (if not most) enneagram followers see the systems as being separate since they measure completely different things. MBTI measures cognition solely. Enneagram takes into account emotions and environmental upbringing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by "?" View Post
    I have seen some on the enneagram institute board which claim to be a MBTI type uncharacteristic of an E-TYPE. Yet interestingly enough, it is MBTI followers who generally attempt to correlate the two systems. Many (if not most) enneagram followers see the systems as being separate since they measure completely different things. MBTI measures cognition solely. Enneagram takes into account emotions and environmental upbringing.
    I was thinking that perhaps they measured different things. But what is the difference between cognition and emotions/environment? It does seem like there might be one, but I'm not good at drawing distinctions.

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