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    I'm currently reading The Positive Enneagram by Susan Rhodes and I like it a lot.

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    I think I would probably vote for The Enneagram - Helen Palmer

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    The bolded I have read.

    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    Character and Neurosis - An Integrative View - Claudio Naranjo
    The Wisdom of the Enneagram - Riso and Hudson
    The Enneagram - Helen Palmer

    Three Keys of Self Understanding (Enneagram is only part of it)
    The 27 Tritypes Revealed - Katherine Chernick Fauvre
    Enneagram Instinctual Subtypes - Katherine Chernick Fauvre
    The Spiritual Dimension of the Enneagram - Sandra Maitri
    Facets of Unity - AH Almaas
    Archetypes of the Enneagram - Susan Rhodes
    Also,

    The Complete Enneagram, by Beatrice Chestnut
    Nine Lenses, by Jerome Wagner
    The Enneagram of Passions and Virtues, by Sandra Maitri
    Personality Types, by Riso and Hudson
    The Positive Enneagram, by Susan Rhodes
    The Complete Idiot's Guide, by some idiot

    Of these, I'm most amenable to Helen Palmer's work. It's insightful, yet accessible to a wider audience. Accurate, yet not overly weighty. I found that when I examined what was really going on in my brain, it corroborates everything she says.

    So far, Jerome Wagner's 9 Lenses stuff is a pretty damn good clinical look at each of the types. His "Ego Ideals" boxes just made everything so damn clear.

    Working through each of Maitri's fixations in Passions and Virtues was what made me realize what I was for the first time ever (though, truthfully, I found much of the work pretentious beyond that).

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    The Wisdom of the Enneagram - Riso and Hudson.

    Also Please Understand Me II, though it doesn't concern the enneagram, is still a pretty good typology book.

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