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    Default Why are there so many 4s here?

    I don't notice very many 2s or 3s. Most of the stuff in this section is about 4s. But I'm more curious about the other heart centers.
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    It's because of the 4 fixation for self-discovery, they are more attracted to personality indexes like MBTI, Enneagram, and Socionics that tell them about themselves.
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    Because there are a lot of NFs & 4s are mostly NF. And NFs often like these theories.
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    Because we're self-obsessed that's why
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    I guess the bigger question is why there are not more 2's and 3's here.
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    ^ Same reason there are more introverts than extroverts. 2s & 3s are more often extroverted, although I think there are more 3s here than people think. 2 & 3s are not really identity seeking...being an image type means focus on self-value, value to others, & how you appear, but not necessarily understanding the true self. 4-5-6 at the bottom of the egram are more prone to such introspecting, and there are lots of those here.
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    5 and 4 seems to be the most common Enneagram type here. I would say that 7s seem more common than 6, though.

    I guess 4 and 5 are very introverted Ennegrams, and therefore more prone to introspection, as you stated. I guess that means that to learn what 2s and 3s are like, I actually have to go out and talk to people. Lame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msg_v2 View Post
    I guess 4 and 5 are very introverted Ennegrams, and therefore more prone to introspection, as you stated. I guess that means that to learn what 2s and 3s are like, I actually have to go out and talk to people. Lame.
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    A better question is, why are there no 3-wingers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
    A better question is, why are there no 3-wingers?

    @Haven and @Honor are both 2w3. I'm not entirely sure which one is my dominant wing. I think I picked 1 because I've mistyped as a 1 before...
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