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  1. #61
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    Any insight for enneagram 729? I've read the links about it, but I need others own perspectives about this tritype.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trunks View Post
    Any insight for enneagram 729? I've read the links about it, but I need others own perspectives about this tritype.
    Read the link about it?

    I mean there are links to read on tyitypes?

    I would love to see them. Could you paste them please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    Read the link about it?

    I mean there are links to read on tyitypes?

    I would love to see them. Could you paste them please?
    here, I got this http://www.the16types.info/vbulletin...147#post723147

  4. #64
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    Default The wing?

    Why does the wing has to be either one of the numbers which are next to one's enneagram type? Could the wing be a number which is not next to one's E number?

    Ex - 5w7, 8w6...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    Why does the wing has to be either one of the numbers which are next to one's enneagram type? Could the wing be a number which is not next to one's E number?

    Ex - 5w7, 8w6...
    The xwing is always adjacent to the type. The wings represent the two different side of a same type that people usually have glitch in, it's related to the directions of integration/disintegration. For example, 7w6 are more mental, so more connected to 5 under stress, while 7w8s are more instinctive and so more connected to 1 under stress; 6w7 are more assertive and positive and so more connected to the assertive side of Type 3 and the opotmistic side of Type 9, while 6w5 are more withdrawing and controled and then more connected to the controlled side of type 3 and the withdrawing side of type 9, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    The xwing is always adjacent to the type. The wings represent the two different side of a same type that people usually have glitch in, it's related to the directions of integration/disintegration. For example, 7w6 are more mental, so more connected to 5 under stress, while 7w8s are more instinctive and so more connected to 1 under stress; 6w7 are more assertive and positive and so more connected to the assertive side of Type 3 and the opotmistic side of Type 9, while 6w5 are more withdrawing and controled and then more connected to the controlled side of type 3 and the withdrawing side of type 9, etc.
    7w8s have a stronger connection to 1 under stress?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    The xwing is always adjacent to the type. The wings represent the two different side of a same type that people usually have glitch in, it's related to the directions of integration/disintegration. For example, 7w6 are more mental, so more connected to 5 under stress, while 7w8s are more instinctive and so more connected to 1 under stress; 6w7 are more assertive and positive and so more connected to the assertive side of Type 3 and the opotmistic side of Type 9, while 6w5 are more withdrawing and controled and then more connected to the controlled side of type 3 and the withdrawing side of type 9, etc.
    Oh thank you Speed!

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    So it means the wing is not entirely the traits of that E type but an indication of the side to which one falls to when under stress/growth? (Ex - 7w6 to 5 than anything to do with 6 and 7w8 to 1 than anything to do with 1?).

    or in other words,

    A 7w6 is actually a 7 who's more inclined to be more 5ish when under stress/growth than having connections to E 6?

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    So why is the "instinctual subtype" system treated as intertwined with the "Enneagram" system? It seems like it's independent enough and has enough merit to stand on its own as a separate system. It could stand on its own and be used to potentially 'color' Enneagram types just as we sometimes use Enneagram type to 'color' MBTI types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    So why is the "instinctual subtype" system treated as intertwined with the "Enneagram" system? It seems like it's independent enough and has enough merit to stand on its own as a separate system. It could stand on its own and be used to potentially 'color' Enneagram types just as we sometimes use Enneagram type to 'color' MBTI types.
    They are separate systems actually. I think it was Oscar Ichazo or someone who started combining them, but they are independent from each other.

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    Default Christopher Eccleston from Othello

    No actor has played Iago as well as Christopher Eccleston has. And if you have watched the movie you would easily see that he is an INTJ.

    But I need to know what the enneagram type is.

    Here is a clip from the movie -



    5w4?

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