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    I've read the description about enneagram type 4 before, I have tritype 3w4 in my enneagram..The description of 4w5 suited me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by William K View Post
    http://morbid-romantic.livejournal.com/81646.html

    So can all the 4w5s get together and do a cover of "Bohemian Rhapsody"?
    Well I can sure scaramouche scaramouche and do the fandango, so I'm game. Though I'm just a four. No wings. Flown with both.

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    I <3 that song..I once sung it playing Rockband

    I was completely ecstatic and deliriously out of my mind afterwards, that song has magic power, I swear
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    i have been so many persons in my life you cant imagine.

    so far six is a bit strange, 4 5 and 3 make sense but i have to read a bit more
    One way that I express my 5 wing is to investigate alternative life-styles to the point of living them. I have been a lot of different people in my life, too, because of this. I'm not content to read about what it's like to be a certain kind of person. I want to know to the point that I will fit myself into that society so I can be immersed in it. I believe this is one reason that we're called The Bohemians. So having been a bunch of different people in your life might be one sign that you do fit right in here.

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    Smile Bohemians in Oz

    My favourite radio program is called, "The Bohemian Beat", and it always warms my heart and brings a smile to my lips.

    Just click on - http://www.thebohemianbeat.com.au or tune to Australian Wide Community Radio Network every Sunday between 10 -11am EST or Thursday 4 - 5pm EST.

    And the book of the day is, "Dancing with Empty Pockets", by Tony Moore, a celebration of Australia's bohemians since 1860.

    Just click on - http://shop.abc.net.au/products/danc...pty-pocket-tpb

    And it seems our egalitarianism, our mateship, was not forged in the Bush or on the battlefield, but by our bohemians in our cities.

    So throw aside your inhibitions and come dance with me.

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    Thank you all for your inputs, helped me a lot since I know nothing about enneagram. I have read some profiles but wasnt really able to pinpoint one down of which I'ld say "thats it". They all are right to some extent.

    So I did a test and got that result:



    A mixture of 5, 3, 1 sounds plausbile. Would that then be a tritype ?

    Whats your opinion ? (if you know me )
    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    Id say 315 seems right for you

    you honestly come off more as a 3 than a 5 imo
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    Yea 5 is a bit strange. 3 makes mor sense. Guess I am high on the 5 scale atm cause its a place of refuge for me atm. Having challenging technical tasks at university and as a hobby someone compensates for the lousy job I have and the nerving work colleagues. In that job they basically work to justify getting paid. Means they make great plans all day or intensive marketing but its all pretty free of any meaning or content. So far I have an ally, my female boss. She's been around here for some time and works a lot around the authorities and out of the box and really tries to accomplish something. While the rest of the people just sit out their hours daily, to get paied and go home. my boss tho will retire next year and then I think my time has come to, to look for something new. The only problem is the job gets paid quite well and enables me and my gf to realize our dreams. The question is just if the means justify the end in that case...

    So yes, I think I have a pretty high demand for doing something meaningful in my life. The greatest enemy seems to be life itself, so many dumb people who are majorly concerned with every thing but not the bottom line of a topic. Angry people, people who have issues or a lot of problems and all have a nature in common that is hostile to change. Every new thing in their life aint embraced but laughed at first and treated like an enemy, but then eventually when they "rationally" find out at some point that the new thing aint so bad, they accept it and pretend that it has always been there in their lifes. Its pretty disturbing for a more idealistic person to understand that.

    So that pretty much sounds like 3w4, no ?

    That pretty much fits:

    Everyone needs attention, encouragement, and the affirmation of their value in order to thrive, and Threes are the type which most exemplifies this universal human need. Threes want success not so much for the things that success will buy (like Sevens), or for the power and feeling of independence that it will bring (like Eights). They want success because they are afraid of disappearing into a chasm of emptiness and worthlessness: without the increased attention and feeling of accomplishment which success usually brings, Threes fear that they are nobody and have no value.
    And I think that fits VERY well:
    The problem is that, in the headlong rush to achieve whatever they believe will make them more valuable, Threes can become so alienated from themselves that they no longer know what they truly want, or what their real feelings or interests are. In this state, they are easy prey to self–deception, deceit, and falseness of all kinds. Thus, the deeper problem is that their search for a way to be value increasingly takes them further away from their own Essential Self with its core of real value. From their earliest years, as Threes become dependent on receiving attention from others and in pursuing the values that others reward, they gradually lose touch with themselves. Step by step, their own inner core, their “heart’s desire,” is left behind until they no longer recognize it.
    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    Cool The Bohemian Beat

    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    My favourite radio program is called, "The Bohemian Beat", and it always warms my heart and brings a smile to my lips.

    Just click on - http://www.thebohemianbeat.com.au or tune to Australian Wide Community Radio Network every Sunday between 10 -11am EST or Thursday 4 - 5pm EST.

    And the book of the day is, "Dancing with Empty Pockets", by Tony Moore, a celebration of Australia's bohemians since 1860.

    Just click on - http://shop.abc.net.au/products/danc...pty-pocket-tpb

    And it seems our egalitarianism, our mateship, was not forged in the Bush or on the battlefield, but by our bohemians in our cities.

    So throw aside your inhibitions and come dance with me.
    My dear little bohemians, I have found a way for you to listen to, "The Bohemian Beat", on the internet. Just click on - http://artsound.fm/listen-online/

    And click on - http://artsound.fm/program-guide/ and look under Sunday for "The Bohemian Beat".

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    Quote Originally Posted by William K View Post
    So can all the 4w5s get together and do a cover of "Bohemian Rhapsody"?
    I approve this idea.

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