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    Default holy shiz i really am a 9 :/

    i feel like i need to apologize for evertime i schooled someone on what type 7's were about.

    I'm sorry.
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    Tell me more! How'd you come to this conclusion? Congratulations on finding a better fit
    You hem me in -- behind and before;
    you have laid your hand upon me.
    Such knowledge is too wonderful for me,
    too lofty for me to attain.

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    I'm 972 i guess but i read an enneagram book last night and reading the 7 i was like...No...this must have been written for extroverted sensors and then some bits i was like yeah maybe in a super watered down way but deff no...not that hyper..i don't just keep running and running from painful feelings...i don't feel deprived....I'm not often bored because I'm often lost in thought...i don't so much run from adventure to adventure as i do...ideas,thoughts and dreams...And then i like to put them into action..but i do feel them and experience while in them

    idk a lot of things

    maybe this type 9 description was just the first I've read that i related to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady_X View Post
    I'm 972 i guess but i read an enneagram book last night and reading the 7 i was like...No...this must have been written for extroverted sensors and then some bits i was like yeah maybe in a super watered down way but deff no...not that hyper..i don't just keep running and running from painful feelings...i don't feel deprived....I'm not often bored because I'm often lost in thought...i don't so much run from adventure to adventure as i do...ideas,thoughts and dreams...And then i like to put them into action..but i do feel them and experience while in them
    I think EP is common MBTI cluster for the e7 type, but the thing to remember with enneagram is that it's not really the same as MBTI -- maybe the e5 type overlaps a heck of a lot with the MBTI INTx's, but that's not necessarily the case for many other type groups in the system(s).

    My ESTP dad seems to fit really well with the 7w8 description (and probably a 782 or 783), but that's not necessarily the case for all EPs. I think one of the hallmarks of e9 is Peacemaking and keeping things tranquil overall so one can be part of the experience; but that can play out in different ways depending on one's individual skills and leanings.

    maybe this type 9 description was just the first I've read that i related to.
    Which book were you reading?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I think EP is common MBTI cluster for the e7 type, but the thing to remember with enneagram is that it's not really the same as MBTI -- maybe the e5 type overlaps a heck of a lot with the MBTI INTx's, but that's not necessarily the case for many other type groups in the system(s).

    My ESTP dad seems to fit really well with the 7w8 description (and probably a 782 or 783), but that's not necessarily the case for all EPs. I think one of the hallmarks of e9 is Peacemaking and keeping things tranquil overall so one can be part of the experience; but that can play out in different ways depending on one's individual skills and leanings.



    Which book were you reading?
    personality types by riso and hudson

    I'm having another identity crisis.
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady_X View Post
    personality types by riso and hudson


    I'm having another identity crisis.
    Wait, what type is that????
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

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    People tried to type me as a 7 but I knew that wasn't true at all. And people type wrong all the time and give people advice on their wrong type so no need to apologize.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady_X View Post
    i feel like i need to apologize for evertime i schooled someone on what type 7's were about.

    I'm sorry.
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    ADAPTIVE PEACEMAKER
    The Need for Harmony

    Brief Overview: NINEs want to be peaceful, relaxed, comfortable, and natural. Most importantly, they want to be agreeable and, if at all possible, to avoid conflict. Under stress, they may be passive-aggressive, neglectful, or indifferent. At their best, they are centered, accepting, and able to mediate differences.

    Balanced at the top of the Enneagram, NINEs are the most basic and most numerous personality type. They are the “salt of the earth” and the “glue” that holds the community together. People of this type come in all shapes and sizes, but they share a common problem with inertia (or momentum). Whether they are lazy in the traditional sense or hard workers continually on the move, they have a problem finding and staying with their own priorities. It’s hard to change directions or shift attention to what is most important. They “forget” themselves. They excel at seeing all points of view. This can make it difficult for them to make personal decisions, but at the same time, they can be excellent mediators and peacemakers for others. They seek harmony in their environment and will go to great lengths to avoid conflict (although at times championing others). They are action-based types, with a strong gut sense of knowing, although they can also be out of touch with their bodies.

    Directional Descriptor: Withdrawn approval-seeker

    Strengths: Balanced, accepting, harmonious

    Problems: Stubborn, ambivalent, conflict avoidant

    Speaking Style: Inclusive and welcoming at their best, NINEs may have trouble getting to the point; they can be linear and over-controlled, or they can be quite dispersed

    Disintegration: Laziness of attention, accompanied by stubbornness, makes it hard for them to face priorities or necessary conflict

    Integration: Right action, which is the willingness to do what needs to be done and use oneself well in the process

    Psychological Defenses: NINEs use the defense mechanism of narcotization to avoid conflict (from within or without) and to maintain a self-image of being “comfortable/harmonious” (narcotization is using food and drink, reading, TV, or simply repetitive patterns of thinking and doing to put oneself in a state of reduced awareness and feeling)

    Somatic Patterns: NINEs tend to stay comfortably undercharged. Good at belly breathing, they can avoid breathing into the chest. Low energy NINEs suffer from inertia and physical laziness, while high energy NINEs tend to constantly discharge in order to keep a safe equilibrium. The lower back is a particularly vulnerable area. Since NINEs so easily blend or “merge” with other people or the environment from their belly center, they have difficulty establishing good personal boundaries.

    Detailed Description: NINES are peacemakers. Their gift of accepting others without prejudice makes people feel understood and accepted, nines can be unbiased arbitrators, because they can see and appreciate the positive aspects of both sides. Their sense of fairness may make them committed fighters for peace and justice. They express harsh truths calmly and so matter-latter-of-factly that it’s easy for others to “swallow” these truths. In the presence of a NINE many people find it easy to come to rest themselves. In radical contrast to this, nines often feel inwardly lashed by fears and restlessness, even when no one notices.

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    FWIW I thought I was INFJ for around 8 freaking years, and did the whole "schooling" thing too. People grow and realize wbo they *truly* are. It's totally normal and you shouldn't feel any shame in it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    FWIW I thought I was INFJ for around 8 freaking years, and did the whole "schooling" thing too. People grow and realize wbo they *truly* are. It's totally normal and you shouldn't feel any shame in it!
    HAHAHAHA!
    Maybe you've just come out of your shell more....

    But if this is the way you always were, I don't think I'd ever have thought introvert.... just sayin'.
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