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    Ooh, just found an interesting tritype-related post over at the Enneagram Institute forum


    http://www.enneagraminstitute.com/fo...TOPIC_ID=24325

    Found these assertions especially valuable:

    '*Most optimistic tritypes-279, 729, 927
    *Darkest tritype-458, 854, 584 (particularly when 4 or 5 are in charge)
    *Most assertive tritype-378, 873, 783
    *Most freedom loving-478, 874, 784, 827, 278, 728
    *most reactive-468, 864, 648
    *Most withdrawn/introspective-459, 954, 549
    *Most doubting- 469, 649, 946'

    ...Interesting, ne~?

    As 478 I definitely relate to the description of freedom-loving; [as I've recently unearthed due to the combined effect of tritype research and RL experiences,] there's a need to be ultimately self-willed and free that operates on an an absolutely root--almost violent--level. I HATE people acting like they've got a claim on me. It makes me so angry; the response is so strong it surprises me myself... As such, the idea of being in a closed, monogamous relationship makes me feel physically sick. And no, don't think this is commitment issues/immaturity, or at least not in the main -grin-

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    I believe myself to be the 3-5-9 tri-type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darling devotee View Post
    Ooh, just found an interesting tritype-related post over at the Enneagram Institute forum


    http://www.enneagraminstitute.com/fo...TOPIC_ID=24325

    Found these assertions especially valuable:

    '*Most optimistic tritypes-279, 729, 927
    *Darkest tritype-458, 854, 584 (particularly when 4 or 5 are in charge)
    *Most assertive tritype-378, 873, 783
    *Most freedom loving-478, 874, 784, 827, 278, 728
    *most reactive-468, 864, 648
    *Most withdrawn/introspective-459, 954, 549
    *Most doubting- 469, 649, 946'

    ...Interesting, ne~?

    As 478 I definitely relate to the description of freedom-loving; [as I've recently unearthed due to the combined effect of tritype research and RL experiences,] there's a need to be ultimately self-willed and free that operates on an an absolutely root--almost violent--level. I HATE people acting like they've got a claim on me. It makes me so angry; the response is so strong it surprises me myself... As such, the idea of being in a closed, monogamous relationship makes me feel physically sick. And no, don't think this is commitment issues/immaturity, or at least not in the main -grin-
    most freedom loving = WIN
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    most freedom loving = WIN
    IKR?


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    Quote Originally Posted by darling devotee View Post
    Ooh, just found an interesting tritype-related post over at the Enneagram Institute forum


    http://www.enneagraminstitute.com/fo...TOPIC_ID=24325

    Found these assertions especially valuable:

    '*Most optimistic tritypes-279, 729, 927
    *Darkest tritype-458, 854, 584 (particularly when 4 or 5 are in charge)
    *Most assertive tritype-378, 873, 783
    *Most freedom loving-478, 874, 784, 827, 278, 728
    *most reactive-468, 864, 648
    *Most withdrawn/introspective-459, 954, 549
    *Most doubting- 469, 649, 946'

    ...Interesting, ne~?

    As 478 I definitely relate to the description of freedom-loving; [as I've recently unearthed due to the combined effect of tritype research and RL experiences,] there's a need to be ultimately self-willed and free that operates on an an absolutely root--almost violent--level. I HATE people acting like they've got a claim on me. It makes me so angry; the response is so strong it surprises me myself... As such, the idea of being in a closed, monogamous relationship makes me feel physically sick. And no, don't think this is commitment issues/immaturity, or at least not in the main -grin-
    Did you notice that many of those tritype groupings aren't possible? The three groups should be head, heart and gut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    Did you notice that many of those tritype groupings aren't possible? The three groups should be head, heart and gut.
    oh yeah Damn you, skim-reading skills!

    Oh well, I liked the bit about my own type, anyway, lol.

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    Check this test out (you'll need a code, Tritype1111).

    It says I'm an e549, but on the resulting "enneaspread" (6 preferred cards), 8 is in third, with 9 in sixth. Thinking I'm e548 instead.

    Ride your gut with the stacking portion; words haven't been all that carefully chosen.

    thinking of you

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleuthiness View Post
    Check this test out (you'll need a code, Tritype1111).

    It says I'm an e549, but on the resulting "enneaspread" (6 preferred cards), 8 is in third, with 9 in sixth. Thinking I'm e548 instead.

    Ride your gut with the stacking portion; words haven't been all that carefully chosen.
    Thanks for the link and code.

    I got 954, though it could just as easily have been 594 or 964. I find it interesting that 4 wasn't even in my enneaspread. I got Sp/Sx for my instinctual stacking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darling devotee View Post
    *Darkest tritype-458, 854, 584 (particularly when 4 or 5 are in charge)[/SIZE]
    Darky dark.... Yeah makes some sense to me.
    The more hermetic tritype I'd say too.


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    This is what I got on it:

    Your Report Summary:
    Top ranked Enneacard overall: Type 4
    Top Ranked Enneacard in your Enneaspread: Type 4
    Potential Wing(s): 3, 5
    Potential Tritype: 451
    Potential Instinctual Stacking: Self-Preservation > Sexual > Social

    Enneaspread:
    You have all three Focused Responder Enneacards
    (Enneagram Types: 1, 3 & 5) in your Enneaspread.
    You see yourself as controlled, disciplined, tenacious and pragmatic. You avoid error and sloppiness in your work and people who over-focus on their emotions. Naturally focused and perfectionistic, you like to set goals. You prefer to respond when you have had time to assess and evaluate.

    You have all three Heart Type Enneacards
    (Enneagram Types: 2, 3 & 4) in your Enneaspread.
    You are a heartfelt, emotive and adaptable person. Your primary issues are craving attention and wanting to be attached to others. You may struggle with being identified with your image or "false" self. Whether or not you overtly express it, you are motivated by and take action when you have strong feelings. Fearing grief, shame or being ignored, you seek attention and affirmation. As a child, you often felt you lacked accurate mirroring. You want to be seen and valued by others.

    Enneacard pairs: 4

    Potential Wing: 3, 5
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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