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    Quote Originally Posted by cavg72 View Post
    If you are an INTJ you might be an enneagram 1w5. The enneagram of personality was taken out of Jung types, it is just a bad copy of jung's work.

    The enneagram does not make any sense, any way you look at it, it just doesn't.
    There is no 1w5 to start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    There is no 1w5 to start.
    Yes, I suppose understanding a theory is the first best step on the road to criticizing it appropriately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cavg72 View Post
    If you are an INTJ you might be an enneagram 1w5. The enneagram of personality was taken out of Jung types, it is just a bad copy of jung's work.

    The enneagram does not make any sense, any way you look at it, it just doesn't.
    You're not *really* supposed to have wings that are not actual WINGS of the number. It's about inner drives, not characteristics that come with them.

    Plus, the enneagram is supposed to be for adolescents. When you take the test you're supposed to use your high school personality. Adults don't have much use for it anyways, especially since as adults you're supposed to be more well rounded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    holy shit am I a feeler?
    if you like my avatar, it's because i took it myself! : D

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    Quote Originally Posted by niffer View Post
    You're not *really* supposed to have wings that are not actual WINGS of the number. It's about inner drives, not characteristics that come with them.

    Plus, the enneagram is supposed to be for adolescents. When you take the test you're supposed to use your high school personality. Adults don't have much use for it anyways, especially since as adults you're supposed to be more well rounded.
    He's right, only recently has the Enneagram become synonymous with behavior measurement.

    When only considering motivations of types, which the Enneagram was initially intended for, there is no correlation to the MBTI or Jungian psychology, but only vague connections between the E-type's basic motivation and a Jungian cognitive function.

    However, the behavioral science dosage added to the Enneagram in recent years begins to have a stronger correlation with the MBTI, and other personality assessments, for that matter. And the way most people look at the Enneagram now is in terms of behavior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Yes, I suppose understanding a theory is the first best step on the road to criticizing it appropriately.
    Even more so for MBTI!

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    Does anyone here actually put any weight in horoscopes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by meanlittlechimp View Post
    Does anyone here actually put any weight in horoscopes?
    Only to sink them deeply enough when I pitch them in the ocean.
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf View Post
    I'm a cock, too.
    I could go for a cock! Oh, pardon me.....I'm feeling frisky.

    BTW: I'm the worst mix; Gemini, Left-Handed, INTJ, Enneagram 1x9, what else?

    I recently read a good astrology book (I'm not really into it but I thought I'd read it because you always have to keep an open mind): "Sunshines" The Astrology of Being Happy by Michael Linn.
    It was an amazing book and right on the button about people.

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    Well, that's strange. It's listing me as a Taurus (my husband's sign) and him as a Pisces (my dad's sign) and also listing my sign as the extraverted version of my husband.

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    I'll bite on this

    I am an INFJ on the MBTI

    I am a 4 (w5) on the Enneagram

    (Although I think astrology is a load of hooey) My Zodiac sun sign is Leo (on the cusp with cancer. July 23)

    my moon sign is pisces

    my rising sign is capricorn

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