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Thread: Descriptions of the Enneagram Instinctual Variants

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    I am self preservation as hell. lol. I'm constantly noticing how comfortable a chair is, how good the a cup of tea tastes, or how uncomfortble my dorm is. when I'm in a dangerous situation, my first instinct is "hmm, how do I not die in this situation?" (I had an SO/SX ESFP friend growing up who didn't care at all about his own safety. he would jump off stuff and almost kill himself and not even seem to care or learn from his mistakes).
    On that note, knowing this helps me make more sense of my entrepreneural tendencies. SP doms are like..."um this isn't good enough, I'm gonna go get something better" when you take this combined with being 4w3 and your our refined tastes for everything, you pretty much have to be an entrepreneur or a singer if you're SP/SX 4w3 (and I'm both ^v^ )
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    Oh shizz, I gotta change my instinctual variant.
    Your representative owes you, not his industry only, but his judgment; and he betrays, instead of serving you, if he sacrifices it to your opinion.
    - Edmund Burke

    8w9 sx/so

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    Thank you BC.

    According to the descriptions I am a Sx/Sp and not a So/Sx or Sx/So as I thought I was.

    *Confused and Frustrated*

    Urghhhhhhhhh!

    And I am beginning to think I am a 7w8 and not an 3w4.

    Fuck!!!!

    I can't see w6 in me at all. So W6 is a no no.

    Fuck enneagrams and instinctual variants. Until I find my type that is .

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    I'm inclined to think that these are pretty sub par descriptions nowadays, these were the ones that skewed me into thinking I may be sx/so. One of these days I will most likely post another thread regarding the instincts with different, more accurate descriptions than these.

    That Self pres description does seem pretty whack though, for real.
    () 9w8-3w2-7w6 tritype.

    RCueI (primary Inquisition)

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    ^

    Are there better descriptions out there online? Could you post some links please?

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    I think I am SX/SP but I also relate to SP/SX but I think I'm way to restless to be an SP/SX.
    It isn't necessary to believe everything is true, only what is necessary. ~Kafka [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC] World Wildlife Fund SX/SP 5w4 9w8 2wB - ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chesire Tower View Post
    I think I am SX/SP but I also relate to SP/SX but I think I'm way to restless to be an SP/SX.
    A lot of So/Sxs types themselves as Sx/Sps. When you have made such a big display of a siggy that is likely targeted to the members as a social way of capturing attention (personality marketing), you're likely a social subtype.

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