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    Quote Originally Posted by Pan-en-theist View Post
    Hmmm, three INTJs and two INFPs are welcoming me. Three share my Dominant Ni and two are my wannabes.
    It is of three INFPs and two INTJs for clarification. Ginkgo is no INTJ.

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    Ah, yes, Jonnyboy, rare indeed. You are my Puer aeternus, my tertiary. Don't let my Fe auxiliary annoy you too much..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oakysage View Post
    It is of three INFPs and two INTJs for clarification. Ginkgo is no INTJ.
    Ah yes, Oaky has an itch to clean up misunderstandings and messy situations. Do you feel the same itch as an INFJ, Pan-en-theist?

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    I stand corrected, Oakysage.

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    Yes, Senza Tema, my perfectionism, however, is moral: I wish to offend no one. It has been said that Gandhi, a famous INFJ, once altered his famous mantra "God is Truth" to "Truth is God", so that Indian agnostics and atheists would feel included. Truth, or "Satya", for Gandhi was Universal Acceptance and Compassion. No one is an Untouchable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by senza_tema View Post
    Ah yes, Oaky has an itch to clean up misunderstandings and messy situations. Do you feel the same itch as an INFJ, Pan-en-theist?
    Thank you for clarifying my drive to clarify things. There are other things I could clarify also but left unsaid. I would believe confusion isn't a very positive mental state.

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    Panenthesis, as an MBTI practitioner, what do you make of the enneagram? And welcome to the forums
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    What exactly do MBTI practitioners do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by senza_tema View Post
    What exactly do MBTI practitioners do?

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    King-of-Despair, Although I have tested as a Two-Four-Nine in the Enneagram method, I have not used this instrument with my students. I can see how an INFJ could be considered a Helper-Individualist-Peacemaker, yet the Riso-Hudson Enneagram Type Indicator lacks the conceptual clarity and accessible complexity of the MBTI. Having spent most of my professional life under the tutelage of Jungian theory, and then trained and tested in the psychometrically sound MBTI (through the NF perspective of Katherine Briggs, an INFJ, and her daughter Isabel Briggs Myers, an INFP), I find the Enneagram to be inscrutable. See next post. I don't want to lose this.

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