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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    I find tritype theory a lot more accurate than the basic enneagram theory.
    I need to read more about it, but it's an interesting idea to pull a type from each of the triads (Heart, head, gut) since we all have a mix of such things anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I need to read more about it, but it's an interesting idea to pull a type from each of the triads (Heart, head, gut) since we all have a mix of such things anyway.
    Exactly. It's a lot more 3 dimensional than the standard enneagram theory. It always appalled me that 8's were considered brutish village idiots who needed to be conned into becoming productive members of society using the "shining hero" example. Sure, we're guttish but many of us are capable of balancing the brute with our heads, without needing to be considered "heroes" or "magnanimous". The nuances of both descriptives are both condescending to others and to us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    Exactly. It's a lot more 3 dimensional than the standard enneagram theory. It always appalled me that 8's were considered brutish village idiots who needed to be conned into becoming productive members of society using the "shining hero" example. Sure, we're guttish but many of us are capable of balancing the brute with our heads, without needing to be considered "heroes" or "magnanimous". The nuances of both descriptives are both condescending to others and to us.
    Although... I was looking at 5/2/4 combinations that involved 8 (since 5 -> 8 and I've become more assertive) and all the 5 descriptions utilizing 8 started describing me as not caring about people's feelings, become more narcissistic, aggressive, demanding, controlling... lol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Although... I was looking at 5/2/4 combinations that involved 8 (since 5 -> 8 and I've become more assertive) and all the 5 descriptions utilizing 8 started describing me as not caring about people's feelings, become more narcissistic, aggressive, demanding, controlling... lol!
    Ah yes, the crazy health level theory that's tied into the regular enneagram theory. I ignore that garbage since the health levels are someone else's perception of self-actualisation. Two middle finger uppage!

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    Lessee:

    2-6-9: The Butler
    9-6-2: The Diplomat
    6-9-2: The Bunny
    9-2-6: The Lamb

    Howzat?

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    I'm going for 4-9-7...The Hummingbird?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    6-9-2: The Bunny
    Saturned Will love you lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vala Faye View Post
    I'm going for 4-9-7...The Hummingbird?
    I can see this, do you think the 7 makes them more flighty? with the 9 agreeable quality to it?, I can totally see that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_World_As_Will View Post
    Saturned Will love you lol
    Darn right! Though her tritype is 4-9-5, I think, which is, um... The Atlantean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    I find tritype theory a lot more accurate than the basic enneagram theory.
    I find that totally useless, confusing and probably wrong.
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