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    Default Do tritypes usually have wings?

    I’m just curious. I think I read somewhere they don’t.
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    Whatever you've read is inaccurate. If in doubt, go to the source.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bechimo View Post
    Whatever you've read is inaccurate. If in doubt, go to the source.

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    Ok, cool.
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    For those not interested in clicking the link, basically the creators of tritype--the Fauvres--say that yes, the fixes do have wings. Katherine herself accurately gave me a 4w5 heart fix fwiw.

    Those who may argue otherwise are entitled to their opinion, but are hardly experts on the topic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Tsarevich View Post
    For those not interested in clicking the link, basically the creators of tritype--the Fauvres--say that yes, the fixes do have wings. Katherine herself accurately gave me a 4w5 heart fix fwiw.

    Those who may argue otherwise are entitled to their opinion, but are hardly experts on the topic.
    I think that’s the same fix @Starry gave me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Tsarevich View Post
    For those not interested in clicking the link, basically the creators of tritype--the Fauvres--say that yes, the fixes do have wings. Katherine herself accurately gave me a 4w5 heart fix fwiw.

    Those who may argue otherwise are entitled to their opinion, but are hardly experts on the topic.
    I tried finding an answer to this from a legit source but couldn't. I actually don't remember seeing it in that link, but regardless - good to know.

    Or wait.... maybe I'm thinking of instincts and how people just looove to assign all their fixes with different instincts, which makes absolutely zero sense given that variants are the most deeply engrained motivator of all because they are tied to our survival.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Deadpan View Post
    I tried finding an answer to this from a legit source but couldn't. I actually don't remember seeing it in that link, but regardless - good to know.

    Or wait.... maybe I'm thinking of instincts and how people just looove to assign all their fixes with different instincts, which makes absolutely zero sense given that variants are the most deeply engrained motivator of all because they are tied to our survival.
    From the link:

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    Katherine Fauvre states that the Tritype may or may not consist of the types in the lines of connection, or next to the dominant type on the Enneagram, however when speaking on one's own Tritype, the first number listed in the Tritype is always the dominant type, followed by the next preferred types in the other two non-dominant centers of intelligence.[4][11] Therefore, having a "Tritype" means having one dominant Enneagram type in each center of intelligence.[3] such as 8-5-3, 6-2-1, etc. When a Tritype is discussed in gereral it is listed from the lowest number to the highest such as: 125, 126, 127, etc.

    For example: the 548 or "The Scholar" Tritype[12] leads with the dominant Type 5 (in the mental center) and then utilizes Type 4 (in the heart center) and Type 8 (in the gut center) in that order. A Type 5 may or may not have Type 4 in their Tritype, despite it being a possible wing for the Type 5. Tritype types are employed to support the dominant type.


    Katherine Fauvre states that research shows that the other types in the Tritype are omnipresent but more specifically employed for use when the dominant patterns of the lead Type's defenses, wing types, and lines of connection have been exhausted and ineffective. The Tritype is acts as a spiral and is in constant movement. It is engaged in all decision making processes. When the strategies of one of types in the Tritype is at odds with another type, decisions are hard to make. When all three types in the Tritype share a worldview

    Another example: a person could be the 927 or "The Peacemaker" Tritype,[12] and after utilizing the dominant Type 9 strategies the person may move to their lines of connection (Type 3 and Type 6) as well as to their possible wings (Type 1 and Type 8). However, if these connections are not effective for the person, they may move to Type 2 and become more helpful, effusive and relational, and then move subsequently to Type 7 to utilize positive reframing, escapism or future planning in order to achieve desirable results.

    Another 9 may have the 935 Tritype or "The Thinker" Tritype,[12] and this Tritype will present very differently from another 9 Tritype. The 935 will utilize the Type 9 strategy as dominant, but after exhausting wings and lines of connection, will move to Type 3 and become more expedient, professional or image focused, and then to Type 5 and become more cerebral, remote and concealed. This Tritype combination will seem significantly different from the 927.

    Katherine Fauvre also states that aside from the employment of the other types in the Tritype, an archetype (see below) is created that illustrates why types of the same type, instinctual stacking, and wing can present differently.[13]

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    Quote Originally Posted by bechimo View Post
    From the link:
    I think here she (Katherine) is talking about the core having a wing--she doesn't actually address whether or not fixes have wings. The question in the OP was whether or not our secondary and tertiary fixes have wings, as I understood it.

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    They actually did test whether or not each fix takes a different instinct, but most respondents agreed that the instinctual stacking affects the entire tritype consistently. So, you are correct.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Tsarevich View Post
    I think here she (Katherine) is talking about the core having a wing--she doesn't actually address whether or not fixes have wings. The question in the OP was whether or not our secondary and tertiary fixes have wings, as I understood it.
    No, that's not what the OP asked.

    This is the thread title:

    Thread: Do tritypes usually have wings?
    Core type is part of the tritype.

    Quote Originally Posted by Avocado View Post
    I’m just curious. I think I read somewhere they don’t.
    There's nothing here that points to non-core or fixes.

    It's possible that how you interpreted it might have been the intent but that's not what the OP asked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bechimo View Post
    No, that's not what the OP asked.

    This is the thread title:

    Core type is part of the tritype.
    Yes, I interpret the title to mean, "Does each type in the tritype have a wing?" @Avocado, of course, will have to clarify what they actually meant.


    There's nothing here that points to non-core or fixes.

    It's possible that how you interpreted it might have been the intent but that's not what the OP asked.
    But the tritype consists of your main type, which is typically called the core; and the other two types, which are called fixes.

    So asking if tritype "has a wing" doesn't make sense in and of itself--of course a tritype can't have a wing, because it's...un-wingable. That's why I figured the OP mean whether or not the fixes have wings too. Obviously, the core already does.
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