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    Senior Member neko 4's Avatar
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    4w5 5w4 9w1

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    ϚᗩᑎᑕTᑌᗩᖇY Luminous's Avatar
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    I think 947, but I could possibly see 946, maybe even 945. sx/sp.
    Be e..x..c..e..l..l..e..n..t to each other.

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    9w8-4w?-6w5 sx/sp

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    Beats the F out of me at this point!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Population: 1 View Post
    Beats the F out of me at this point!
    If not 548, then 541 Sx?

    "5-4-1: These Fives are perhaps the most typical of this type’s usual description – they’re withdrawn, imaginative, ingenious, detail-oriented and sensitive. Very intelligent and creative but also somewhat capricious, fussy and impractical, they have explicit standards of intellectual ability and artistic taste and tend to reject and ridicule anything and anyone that doesn’t rise up to them. Typical isolationists who feel misunderstood by society, they hide in their ivory tower of ideas and ideals, abstractly reconstructing reality according to their own terms.
    typical subtypes: self-preserving, sexual, 5w4
    similar tritypes: 4-5-1, 1-5-4
    flavours: individualistic, elegant, inventive and nit-picking."

    I don't dislike 548 for you though. You're pretty rough around the edges, which I like and relate to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Deadpan View Post
    If not 548, then 541 Sx?

    "5-4-1: These Fives are perhaps the most typical of this type’s usual description – they’re withdrawn, imaginative, ingenious, detail-oriented and sensitive. Very intelligent and creative but also somewhat capricious, fussy and impractical, they have explicit standards of intellectual ability and artistic taste and tend to reject and ridicule anything and anyone that doesn’t rise up to them. Typical isolationists who feel misunderstood by society, they hide in their ivory tower of ideas and ideals, abstractly reconstructing reality according to their own terms.
    typical subtypes: self-preserving, sexual, 5w4
    similar tritypes: 4-5-1, 1-5-4
    flavours: individualistic, elegant, inventive and nit-picking."

    I don't dislike 548 for you though. You're pretty rough around the edges, which I like and relate to.
    I can relate to some of 541 and definitely 548. In any case I’ll take your assessment as a compliment and it is definitely appreciated.
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    4w5 5w4 1w9

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    sx/sp/so with very high sx and almost evenly split between sp and so


    My results are almost evenly split between 4 and 5 with a slight preference for 4. But I don't know enough about enneagram to even know what that means.

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    How do you know for sure? Do you just look at which type within each segment heart, gut and head you relate to the most? I suspect I have a 3-fix or a 4-fix and a 1-fix or a 9-fix, not quite sure honestly. Anyone got any good ideas on how to distinguish?

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    8w7 5w? 2w3


    I'm uncertain one the 2nd wing because:
    - 4 my individuality is important to me but is not a fear nor a driving force. I have never feared that I am "too normal" nor do I feel the need to prove my individuality. I am me and what people think about that matters little.
    - 6 fear a lack of support. A lack of support is something that's hounded me for as long as I can remember so were it a fear I would be a nervous wreck 24/7. I am far from it. I'm used to it and prefer to do things on my own.

    Any input on this would be appreciated.
    I don't really know what this means since information on all tritypes is hard to come by.
    “ Rise up and raise the iron roof off
    Now, Rise up and riot 'til the bomb drops
    Now, Rise up the time is right to sound off, so
    Rise with me, rise with me, rise with me (RISE UP!)”

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    Give me a fourth dot. The Tsarevich's Avatar
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    You may see my tritype listed under my avatar. I wrote 478 because you list the tritype numerically with the lowest number first. However, that is not necessarily the order I actually use the types.

    I used to think 468 tritype; it's the one I intuitively identify with, and I typed as 6 for so long that, well. It was a necessary step in the journey.

    Katherine Fauvre thinks I'm 5-fixed, for the record. But I don't. (Still, anyone with a better idea is welcome to challenge it.)

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