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    Cool Everything Enneagram by Susan Reynolds

    Everything Enneagram is my favorite book on the subject of enneagram, which includes descriptions of the types with wing subtypes.

    Susan Reynolds talks about what it's like to love the different types. She gives a brief overview of Jung's theory and how it ties into the enneagram. She also talks about what types look like in the different stages of health and what being in the pinnacle of self-actualization looks like.

    Here's a link to the book at Amazon.com:
    The Everything Enneagram Book: Identify Your Type, Gain Insight into Your Personality and Find Success in Life, Love, and Business: Susan Reynolds: 9781598692761: Amazon.com: Books

    If you've read the book, please post a review in this thread. Thank you.

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    I have not read it but just ordered it.

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    sounds like a great book. i have no enneagram books in my library. so i just ordered it. thanks!
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    Great overview of and intro to enneageam.
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    I think it is very interesting but I did not read it.

    The one I would advise is "Enneagramm in love and work" written by Helen Palmer. It describes all the types' behaviours and attitudes in different areas and

    in pair or couple, or leadership with every other type.

    The wisdom of enneagramm by Riso and Hudson is also very good but you must know a lot before buying this one. It uses many psychiatrist idioms, jargon, and speaks of neurosis quite deeply.

    Today I have around 15 enneagramm books on my shelves so, if you want to one which book is the best to find such or such info, I'm there
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    "Discover the person you were born to be"

    Born to be alive
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