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  1. #11
    mod love baby... Lady_X's Avatar
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    haven't read the responses yet but my intuition says sp/sx
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Yeah, I don't think I have a fiery intensity. It is interesting though, there is a fiery intensity that I block from expressing. I think I have more of a rhino like intensity.
    I relate to this, and I am sp/sx, if that helps. I've also questioned being sx/sp because I relate as much to the sx/sp description as the sp/sx. I don't relate to any description (sp, sx or so) on its own either....

    I think sp types can be intense when you get to know them - it's just kept much more guarded/contained, whereas sx intensity is more out there. It makes sense that the self-preserving types hold back a bit - it would feel too vulnerable to be as open as an sx.
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    Thanks for voting, people!


    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    I relate to this, and I am sp/sx, if that helps. I've also questioned being sx/sp because I relate as much to the sx/sp description as the sp/sx. I don't relate to any description (sp, sx or so) on its own either....

    I think sp types can be intense when you get to know them - it's just kept much more guarded/contained, whereas sx intensity is more out there. It makes sense that the self-preserving types hold back a bit - it would feel too vulnerable to be as open as an sx.
    It does help. I value your opinion and would have a hard time deciding on whether you were either one. So that helps heaps.

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    Sp/Sx for you, Brother.
    Cool as ice, and solid as the rock of Gibraltar.
    You have a genuine sincerity, are extremely well versed, yet not pretentious.
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    This stuff is interesting, I don't understand it though.
    Act your age not your enneagram number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    This stuff is interesting, I don't understand it though.
    You should read up on it, it did help me to understand myself a bit more. Also, I am so settled on isfp it just got boring. Need new territory.

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    So where is a good place (site) to start?
    Act your age not your enneagram number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    So where is a good place (site) to start?
    Check this section for posts and links by BlackCat and Trinity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    So where is a good place (site) to start?
    Dave's Enneagram | Exploring the Enneagram Personality Types Lots of sorted material from the net. These videos made instincts easier to understand.
    the enneagram...info from the underground This is where I pulled the type stacking stuff from.

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    My instincts say sp/so

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