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  • Gut fix: Enneagram 8w7

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  • Gut fix: Enneagram 8w9

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  • Gut fix: Enneagram 9w8

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  • Gut fix: Enneagram 9w1

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  • Gut fix: Enneagram 1w9

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  • Gut fix: Enneagram 1w2

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  • Heart fix: Enneagram 2w1

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  • Heart fix: Enneagram 2w3

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  • Heart fix: Enneagram 3w2

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  • Heart fix: Enneagram 3w4

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  • Heart fix: Enneagram 4w3

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  • Heart fix: Enneagram 4w5

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  • Head fix: Enneagram 5w4

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  • Head fix: Enneagram 5w6

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  • Head fix: Enneagram 6w5

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  • Head fix: Enneagram 6w7

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  • Head fix: Enneagram 7w6

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  • Head fix: Enneagram 7w8

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  • Head > Heart > Gut

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  • Head > Gut > Heart

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  • Gut > Heart > Head

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  • Gut > Head > Heart

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  • Heart > Head > Gut

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  • Heart > Gut > Head

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  • sx/sp/so

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  • sx/so/sp

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  • sp/sx/so

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    Default Show me your wisdom

    Masters of the arcane arts of typology, you've been summoned here today by your own impetuous desire to spend your time, hard earned knowledge and various theoretical musings on discussing the psychological makeup and categorization of people you don't know (please see a doctor about that), for the purpose of bestowing on me your wisdom.

    What is my MBTI?
    What is my Socionics?
    What is my Enneagram?
    What is my Favorite sushi?

    Any questions or information you might want to aid you in your quest, ask.
    Last edited by Mane; 07-03-2014 at 06:13 PM.

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    I'm already getting vibes of 7, but without telling us about yourself in general it'll be hard to suggest what type you may be. So tell us about yourself!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noll View Post
    So tell us about yourself!
    What do you want to know? Anything more specific?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarlaxle View Post
    What do you want to know? Anything more specific?
    What's your outlook on life? How do you deal with emotions? How does your love life look and why? Are you shy or are you outgoing? What kind of person do you strive to be? Are you lazy and unmotivated or are you goal-oriented and self-disciplined? What worries you the most? Would you call yourself a dreamer? Do you like being physically active? Hard logic or hard feeling? Something in between? Can you answer questions like these with ease? Typology is something very personal, and these are only some of the basic questions. When it comes to the Enneagram, for a beginner I'd recommend reading about the types at these two websites: Enneagram Institute: Enneagram Testing & Training and The Enneagram Blogspot. For the highest accuracy, don't determine your type through only the very superficial terms. Ignore stereotypes and dig deep within yourself and the manifestation of each type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noll View Post
    What's your outlook on life?
    The meaning of life gig? it is a faulty question:
    Meaning isn't innate in the first place, it requires both an object and a subject, what X means to Y. The poor attempts at philosophy of old living in relatively small communities where the semantic constructs were more or less the same within the surrounding area, that can be excused - their own role as observers of the meanings wasn't thought of because it was indistinguishable from the meaning anyone else that they knew would have. But to make that mistake in today's world is ludicrous - the answer to "what does life mean" is "mean to who?".

    Quote Originally Posted by Noll View Post
    How do you deal with emotions?
    Put them on the examination table & probe them, Figure out their inner workings and what they do (My avatar is somewhat of a metaphor for that).

    Quote Originally Posted by Noll View Post
    How does your love life look and why?
    Quality over quantity... Except mostly destructive qualities. But I'm learning.

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    Are you shy or are you outgoing?
    Neither.

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    What kind of person do you strive to be?
    Empty - squeeze every bit of potential in me until there's no reason to live but life itself.

    Quote Originally Posted by Noll View Post
    Are you lazy and unmotivated or are you goal-oriented and self-disciplined?
    I am lazy yet motivated: In recent years I've had to adapt to goal-orientation because life circumstances created goals - problems to solve - but that's somewhat unnatural for me: Usually the potential source of solutions comes first, the problems they might be applicable too later.

    I am not self disciplined per-say, but I've learned to game my life.

    In my head I gain personal todo list experience points to progress my pursuits, I will promise myself little rewards after boring tasks, I look for a fun way to view what needs to get done, sometimes to the despair of sardonic humor. The reward can be just letting my brain do it's thing - my brain seems to be well equipped to never let myself get bored, which I realize can seem like it conflicts with the notion that there are boring things - why would it let me get bored by doing them? well, it drives me away from doing them in the first place, and part of my conscious role is to convince it otherwise, to teach it otherwise. in a way, I am my own parent and my own child, and it's in that interaction where my equivalent of self discipline lives.

    Still, in the end of the day I feel like a tiny gnome trying to tinker a heavy Mecha to move without fuel, pushing the wheels, chaining the levers, pouring water where the cooling systems broken... that's how my life looks to me, from it's inside. Outside.. for the outside I am the man who laughs, and everyone enjoys it. But in truth i don't laugh to be happy - I laugh to be sane.

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    What worries you the most?
    The ways in which I might be right.

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    Would you call yourself a dreamer?
    I am one - i'd wager most people are to some degree's. Doing something about it is an altogether different question.

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    Do you like being physically active?
    Sure, mainly the activities that require very little of me. My heart's activity seems to be the easiest.

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    Hard logic or hard feeling? Something in between?
    There are hard feelings? And more importantly: Is it my fault?

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    Can you answer questions like these with ease?
    No, but it's a start.

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    hmm first impression guess is ne user, maybe dom. maybe enxp leaning toward entp
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
    -Jim Morrison

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    Yeah, right now I'm thinking ENTP 7.

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    I'll go ahead and steal the questions form the thread beneath mine:

    1. Establish a "baseline mood"--when you're at home with nothing to do, where are you at mentally and emotionally? What do you notice in yourself? (Note, this is not a mood you inhabit "frequently", but your psychological baseline).
    Left to my own devices, I'll brainstorm, read, gain knowledge to brainstorm with, rinse & repeat, if I am lucky I'll remember to write it down, presumably for the benefit of future alien archaeologists.

    4. You're not good at everything--
    a. What personality traits and/or ways of being are impossible for you to adopt?
    b. What are qualities you'd like to have, but can't seem to develop?
    I don't believe in either of those statements:
    You aren't good at everything at any given time, but you can be throughout a lifetime.
    a & b - The question isn't what trait you can't develop, only how extreme and unlikely are the circumstances in which you would.

    5. Why have you left friends and other relationships in the past and/or why have they left you?
    Most relationships just fade when lacking the context for the interaction - more often then not I am the first to march on with my life, sometimes settling as a loner, sometimes creating new social circles around me as I move along (perhaps I take the ability to make new social circles for granted). For anyone I was once close too, there is still an outline of a bridge, almost everyone I know can contact me, and I do have friends who I'll see around every few years for a cup of coffee or a glass of beer. More often then not, with lesser contacts I will end up nodding as someone I don't have the slightest memory of brings up shared experiences I can barely remember. I have had a close relationship in which the other determined the best way to keep their sense of identity is to make sure those who have been inflicted on conflicting aspects of it are disposed of and to pretend they don't exist, and eventually did the same to me. I don't think I could ever do that, the bluntness of the emotional and intellectual dishonesty appalls me. In the same time, I have little to no trouble setting boundaries for those I dislike, in fact making sure they know I dislike them and why will usually do the trick.


    6. Which types do you identify with most?
    a. How do you relate to these types?
    b. How do you NOT relate to them?
    1. I have a sense of "what needs to be said", it isn't perfectionist in practice, but demands shedding light on the imperfections.
    2. I usually don't really care, but I've had periods in my life in which I've become codependent on specific people closest to me.
    3. I don't particularly care for title, but I am conscious of the underlining social dynamics: the best titles don't need to be said.
    4. Self exploration is never ending, but I am not envious of people who form identities - identities are fragile - the search is not.
    5. I prefer learning from experiences rather then at a distance, but I am into life long learning (as is most of gen Y).
    6. I don't identify, but you could argue that my rebellious relationship with authority is the counter phobic version.
    7. I am not much of a party animal and never really get bored, but maybe my brain is hyperactive so I won't ever get bored?
    8. Power is a mean, not an end, and can be binding all in itself, but when you need it's good to know that it's there.
    9. I don't avoid conflicts themselves, but I take out it's sting - I create dynamics where the conflicts can be constructive.

    8. They claim enneagram type is a hidden love need. What are your attitudes toward finding love?
    Dig myself into a trench with my penis sticking out of the sand and wait until someone decides to sit on it.

    10. Determine your ego ideal--the way you strive to be and want others to perceive you. (Note, you may be consciously aware of failing at this, and you will be hard on yourself if you do. If someone else tells you you're NOT this way, it may make you feel hurt, violated, or angry.)
    Not really - I am fully aware that we are all agents within a larger system attempting to describe it within our subjective limits, and i judge criticism in terms of the perception of the person expressing it to unfold another set of elements of the reality in which both the other's and my own perception emerges from. I don't dismiss it or immediately agree with it, but take it to be what they experience, and start form there.
    There are exceptions, when the criticism is not of me persay, but of my role in personal relationships. Discovering I am not what I am for someone for whom I opened myself to give a damn about what I am for... that can be hurtful as fuck.

    p.s.
    Does anyone know the original source for those? there are missing questions in the numbering.

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    That's enough information for now, you may want to do this test: Enneagram Test with Instinctual Variant results. You don't have to fill anything in, just click "Enneagram test >>". I recommend doing the test 2-3 times. After that, printscreen your result and show us.

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    I unfortunately have to agree...ENTP, 7w6

    I am guessing so/sx/sp stacking but yeah, I'm not 100% on that.

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