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    Iron Maiden fidelia's Avatar
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    I tested as a 2w1. I'm not sure how much store I put in the whole thing though. I wonder if I have also been highly influenced by my ENFJ mother whom I am quite close to.

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    All right, that's almost embarrassing:

    I've met my childhood friend yesterday and spoke about Enneagram a lot (I've read hell of a lot about MBTI, but Enneagam is new to me). She said, quote: 'No way you're 8. You're parents are 3s or 8s, but you're not!'.
    We discussed this a lot and she explained me that I have to look at who I was being younger, not who I became dealing with hardships and fighting for my career. She sent me links to two complex Enneagram tests (sorry guys, it's in Polish) and... (here goes the embarassing part) I've tested twice as 4w5.

    So, yeah. I'm not the first ENFJ 8 in this world. And it also makes sense... Writer with rather an artistic type. Yup.

    PS According to her I'm exemplary ENFJ, though. Oof, at least that stays the same. Kidding. About that I was actually sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    I test as a 2 in a dead-heat with 4. I take this as a sign of my very very low E, toeing the line of introverted NFJness without being an INFJ proper.
    You aren't a 4, you're a 2. Type 2's integrate into type 4, which means when 2's feel secure or they are going through personal growth they will take on traits of the 4 as a result.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    You aren't a 4, you're a 2. Type 2's integrate into type 4, which means when 2's feel secure or they are going through personal growth they will take on traits of the 4 as a result.
    Can you tell me why you think this about me?
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    Just a general vibe that you put off, plus if you were a 4, 4's disintegrate into 2, meaning when they are stressed they take on the traits of the 2 or when they are "negative" as I like to put it.

    Either could work.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    I know the first time I took this test was a couple of years ago, and I only remember the four (can't remember the wing), but after seeing this question and taking it today it says 1w2. Meh, I think 4 fits me better, but oh well.
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    1. What MBTI/Enneagram type you are
    ENFP 7w8

    2. What do you think about correlations between Enneagram and MBTI
    I think Enneagram is an interesting way to explain the variation among people of the same MBTI type.

    Not sure how accurate it is, but it's interesting nonetheless.
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    ^ same.
    enfp/7w8
    I have a really strong 8 wing.
    I'm not materialistic at all like a 7 though. 1, 5, and 8 are always tied for second highest when I take the test usually. 1 and 5, I assume, because it's my path of integration/disintegration. that and I think a lot and I always think I'm right.

    I find the enneagram to be scarily accurate, most of the time. whenever I show someone the description of their type paired with their defense mechanisms and such, they always say it's like it's reading their soul.
    I find that very interesting considering I think I once read that the enneagram was found through non-scientific technique? something like spiritual? don't quote me on that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tisina View Post
    I find the enneagram to be scarily accurate, most of the time. whenever I show someone the description of their type paired with their defense mechanisms and such, they always say it's like it's reading their soul.
    I find that very interesting considering I think I once read that the enneagram was found through non-scientific technique? something like spiritual? don't quote me on that.
    The enneagram was technically put together by Oscar Ichazo. He actually made the system, but before that I've read that the enneagram does indeed have a spiritual and religious basis. The book I read this in has a website, and here is a link for the origins of the enneagram- Enneagram History and Origins: The Traditional Enneagram

    But yeah, I'm a 9w8 sx/so, and the enneagram is scary accurate for me as well. My type fits me so well. I also have a strong 8 wing like you.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    9w1 (SP/SO) ENFJ (with INFJ tendencies) ... an odd combination. I have been going back and forth on INFJ and ENFJ but I tend to go on super extroversion mode when I am tired or stressed so gonna go with ENFJ, haha.

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