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    Hi, I know my Jingbring type, now I need my enneagram

    I test as almost every type except for 3, 7, 8. That's right, nothing assertive about me. I'm withdrawn or compliant. One person I asked said I was definitely compliant, not withdrawn, because, as much of a loner I am, I don't really tend to withdraw from others, I usually go by the rules, try to get along well with others. I initially scored as 5, and initially thought I was a 9. But the last test I took I scored as 2. When taking the test from a different perspective I scored as 1, but from that perspective I scored almost equally in every type. I've also seriously considered type 6.

    As for head, heart, gut. I'm probably the sort of person you'd usually consider a head type. I can be pretty cerebral, mathematical, anxiety prone. I've had a few things said that make it sound like people see me as a 5. INFJ type 5, not unheard of. But I have my doubts (does that make me a 6?). But then again I'm a feeler, I scored last time as a 2 (I'm not a 3, and I haven't scored as a 4), so maybe I'm a type 2 Helper. Type 2 INFJ, makes sense. I could be gut, 9 or 1, but this seems the least likely. I don't think I'm that instinctive or anger prone, but who knows.

    Should I look at my wings and security-stress points for this? This doesn't help all that much seeing as how then half the types are made to sort of fit.

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    6w5
    9w1

    Any advice on finding enneatype?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Concur_Withall View Post
    Hi, I know my Jingbring type, now I need my enneagram

    I test as almost every type except for 3, 7, 8. That's right, nothing assertive about me. I'm withdrawn or compliant. One person I asked said I was definitely compliant, not withdrawn, because, as much of a loner I am, I don't really tend to withdraw from others, I usually go by the rules, try to get along well with others. I initially scored as 5, and initially thought I was a 9. But the last test I took I scored as 2. When taking the test from a different perspective I scored as 1, but from that perspective I scored almost equally in every type. I've also seriously considered type 6.
    Twos can be fairly assertive/intrusive in their efforts to help others and remain included, so that doesn't sound right. Of the ones you listed 6w5 or 9w1 sounds most likely to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Concur_Withall View Post
    Hi, I know my Jingbring type, now I need my enneagram

    I test as almost every type except for 3, 7, 8. That's right, nothing assertive about me. I'm withdrawn or compliant. One person I asked said I was definitely compliant, not withdrawn, because, as much of a loner I am, I don't really tend to withdraw from others, I usually go by the rules, try to get along well with others. I initially scored as 5, and initially thought I was a 9. But the last test I took I scored as 2. When taking the test from a different perspective I scored as 1, but from that perspective I scored almost equally in every type. I've also seriously considered type 6.

    As for head, heart, gut. I'm probably the sort of person you'd usually consider a head type. I can be pretty cerebral, mathematical, anxiety prone. I've had a few things said that make it sound like people see me as a 5. INFJ type 5, not unheard of. But I have my doubts (does that make me a 6?). But then again I'm a feeler, I scored last time as a 2 (I'm not a 3, and I haven't scored as a 4), so maybe I'm a type 2 Helper. Type 2 INFJ, makes sense. I could be gut, 9 or 1, but this seems the least likely. I don't think I'm that instinctive or anger prone, but who knows.

    Should I look at my wings and security-stress points for this? This doesn't help all that much seeing as how then half the types are made to sort of fit.

    Guesses:
    2w1
    6w5
    9w1

    Any advice on finding enneatype?
    The first few sentences sound very 9w1.
    RobertCalifornia: TL thinks im black
    RobertCalifornia: shes my homegurl
    Hive: arent you
    SpankyMcfly: wait... you arent?

    thoughtlost: I am not really religious. I just like getting free stuff from churches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honor View Post
    The first few sentences sound very 9w1.
    I agree with Honor, but I'm thinking the rest of your sentences may be due to your tritype.
    I suggest 9w1 - 6w5 - 2w3 or 2w1

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    Cool thanks.

    I'll stick with 9 for now. Alea's tritype suggestion sounds right.

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    I just noticed... look at my username, of course I'm a 9!

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