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    Does anyone have any thoughts on the Harmonic Triads - 135/468/792? Do you recognize yourself in them?
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    I strongly identify with the withdrawn triad 459 and the head triad 567 and somewhat with the competency triad 135. However, I also identify somewhat with the reactive triad 468 even though it doesn't include my type.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    Does anyone have any thoughts on the Harmonic Triads - 135/468/792? Do you recognize yourself in them?
    No, these aren't mine. However, I'm curious about what makes three seemingly very different groups "the harmonic triads". I didn't know about those.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuchIrony View Post
    I strongly identify with the withdrawn triad 459 and the head triad 567 and somewhat with the competency triad 135. However, I also identify somewhat with the reactive triad 468 even though it doesn't include my type.
    It looks like you have a mixture of triad types going there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    No, these aren't mine. However, I'm curious about what makes three seemingly very different groups "the harmonic triads". I didn't know about those.
    Those are the Competence (1,3,5), Reactive (4,6,8), and Positive outlook (7,9,2) triads. Unfortunately, I don't have the book The Wisdom of the Enneagram, so I can't go into much detail about this. A brief description would be, "ways we manage our lives when we don't get what we want or need."
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    No, these aren't mine. However, I'm curious about what makes three seemingly very different groups "the harmonic triads". I didn't know about those.
    From The Wisdom of the Enneagram:

    The Positive Outlook Group: Deny that they have any problems.

    Nine: "What problem? I don't think there's a problem."
    Two: "You have a problem. I'm here to help you.
    Seven: "There may be a problem, but I'm fine.

    The Competency Group: Cut off feelings and solve problems logically.

    Three: "There's an efficient solution to this - we just need to get to work.
    One: "I'm sure we can solve this like sensible, mature adults."
    Five: "There are a number of hidden issues here: let me think about this."

    The Reactive Group: React strongly and need response from others.

    Six: "I feel really pressured, and I've got to let off some steam!"
    Four: "I feel really hurt, and I need to express myself."
    Eight: "I'm angry about this and you're going to hear about it!"

    And there's also the Hornevian groups, which are more about social styles: 378 are assertive, 459 are withdrawn and 126 are compliant.

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