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    Default Enneagram Test. 144 This or That.

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    Type 9

    Type 9: The Mediator

    Mediators believe that to be loved and valued, you must blend in and go with the flow. Consequently, Mediators seek harmony and are inclusive, amiable, easygoing, comfortable and steady; they also can be self-forgetting, conflict-avoidant and stubborn.

    Focus of attention: Other people s agendas and the external environment.

    Life lesson: To reclaim yourself and wake up to personal priorities.

    What Type Nines tell us about themselves: Ÿ

    As a harmonizer, I can see all sides to every issue. ŸI avoid conflict and want a comfortable solution. ŸI have difficulty saying “no” and can get resentful later for agreeing to something I don t want to do. ' ŸI am ambivalent or unsure about my own needs and wants. ŸIt's much easier to go along with others than to rock the boat.

    Relating to Nines:

    Ask them what they want and need, and give them time to discern the answer. ŸAvoid coming on too strong, getting impatient or creating pressure. ŸIf you sense they are reluctant or unsure about something they said “yes” to or agreed to do, let them know that it s ok to say ' “no.” ŸEncourage them to determine their priorities and support them to take action ŸStay present to them when they are angry. ŸShare body-based activities such as walking, exercising, cooking or eating.

    For Nines, take a moment to reflect on the following principles: Ÿ

    Right action comes from valuing ourselves as we value others. ŸKnowing what we don t want can help us know what we do ' want. ŸSelf-worth is self-defined; it comes from within. ŸEvery complaint contains a hidden want, wish, need or desire. ŸConflict is an unavoidable part of being human.
    Phleg-Mel/Hufflepuff/Aries Sun, Aquarius Moon, Leo Rising

    𝔐𝔶 𝔭𝔲𝔯𝔭𝔩𝔢 𝔭𝔯𝔦𝔫𝔠𝔢,
    𝔒𝔲𝔯 𝔰𝔥𝔦𝔫𝔦𝔫𝔤 𝔠𝔞𝔰𝔱𝔩𝔢 𝔞𝔴𝔞𝔦𝔱𝔰
    ℑ 𝔩𝔬𝔳𝔢 𝔶𝔬𝔲 𝔱𝔬 𝔰𝔱𝔞𝔯𝔰 ✰✰✰✰
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    Ok I know I am either 8 or 1 because none of others cycles I cannot find myself. I really don't care if it is 8 1 or 1 8 in sequences

    Type 1
    Type 1: The Perfectionist

    Perfectionists believe they must be good and right to be worthy. Consequently, Perfectionists are conscientious, responsible, improvement-oriented and self-controlled, but also can be critical, resentful and self-judging.

    Focus of Attention: What is right or wrong, correct or incorrect.

    Life Lesson: To change what can be changed, to accept what cannot be changed, and to develop the wisdom to know the difference.

    What Type Ones tell us about themselves:

    I live with a powerful inner critic that monitors my thoughts, words and deeds. Ÿ
    I strive for perfection and feel responsible for making things right. Ÿ
    I focus on being good while representing my impulses and desires for pleasure. Ÿ
    I get angry when important rules and standards are ignored or violated. Ÿ
    I seek love and approval from others by being good and right.
    Relating to Ones:

    Take their concerns seriously. Ÿ
    Respect their integrity. Ÿ
    Be responsible and honor your agreements. Ÿ
    Admit your mistakes. Ÿ
    Recognize that Ones are especially sensitive to criticism.
    For Ones, take a moment to reflect on the following principles: Ÿ

    There is nothing to correct or improve; everything is perfect as it is. Ÿ
    Differences are a natural part of life. Ÿ
    We are all inherently worthy. Ÿ
    Self-forgiveness and compassion bring inner peace. Ÿ
    Serenity comes from being at ease with imperfection, letting go of judgments and accepting things the way they are.
    True Neutral 8 1 6 3 7 5 Teexcellent>Niexcellent>Figood>Tigood>>>>Siaverage>Fe unused
    "I WIL NOT F%CK YOUR MIND. YOUR MIND IS ALREADY F%CKED. I WILL JUST PULL THE TRIGGER."
    ===Logical Crusader===

    Dail [or Daer] ú-[o] chyn [or fyn/thyn] [?] Ú-danno i failad a thi; an úben tannatha le failad.
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    Type 5
    Type 5: The Observer

    Observers believe they must protect themselves from a world that demands too much and gives too little. Consequently, Observers seek self-sufficiency and are non-demanding, analytic, thoughtful and unobtrusive; they also can be withholding, detached and overly private.

    Focus of attention: Intellectual understanding, accumulating knowledge, and potential intrusions from others agendas, needs and feelings.

    Life lesson: To reconnect to the vitality of your life force and your heartfelt feelings, realizing that ample energy and resources are available.

    What Type Fives tell us about themselves: Ÿ

    I have a strong need for privacy. Ÿ
    I limit intrusion from a world that wants too much from me. Ÿ
    I hoard time, space, energy, knowledge and myself. Ÿ
    I detach from feelings and observe rather than participate. Ÿ
    I am a minimalist.
    Relating to Fives: Ÿ

    Respect their need for privacy (understanding this is not rejection). Ÿ
    Make it safe for them to share themselves, especially their feelings, giving them the space needed to do so. Ÿ
    Approach them slowly and thoughtfully, and avoid pressuring them for immediate contact or fast decisions. Ÿ
    Join them in talking about ideas and valuing the inner life. Ÿ
    Don't make assumptions about what s going on with them.
    Ask them for direct communication.
    For Fives, take a moment to reflect on the following principles: Ÿ

    Letting go of attachment relieves suffering. Ÿ
    A rich life means embracing the full range of human experience. Ÿ
    Being present and engaged with others expands our available resources. Ÿ
    Generosity includes receiving as well as giving. Ÿ
    Knowledge is more than gathering facts and ideas; true wisdom comes from within
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    I'm a 9. I'm always a core 9 lol
    It's my tritype that bounces all over the place
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    9
    ✦ᏖᏒᎥᎮ ค ℓιɬɬℓɛ Ꮭıɠɧɬ ʄคŋɬคʂɬıƈ✦ -: ✦ :- ƒ O ᖇ G E ᗪ I ᑎ ƒ I ᖇ E ❋-: ✦ :-★ᴅᴏɴ'ᴛ ꜰᴇᴇᴅ ᴛʜᴇ ᴇᴇʟꜱ★
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    I can't say I'm surprised because this is the type that fits me the most...

    Type 3: The Performer

    Performers believe you must accomplish and succeed to be loved. Consequently, Performers are industrious, fast-paced, efficient and goal-oriented; they also can be inattentive to feelings, impatient and image-driven.

    Focus of attention: Tasks, goals and recognition for accomplishments

    Life lesson: To reclaim the truth that love comes to you because of who you are, not because of what you do.

    What Type Threes tell us about themselves:

    I identify with accomplishment and success. Ÿ
    My image drives my need to work hard and look good. Ÿ
    I seek approval and acceptance based on performance. Ÿ
    I am highly competitive and love winning. Ÿ
    I feel constant pressure to perform.
    Relating to Threes: Ÿ

    Let them know that you care regardless of their accomplishments. Ÿ
    Encourage them to pay a' en%on to feelings. Ÿ
    Show and tell them what is really important to you. Ÿ
    Express your appreciation for what they do. Ÿ
    Join them in being active, getting results and earning recognition.
    For Threes, take a moment to reflect on the following principles: Ÿ

    Our innate value does not depend on how others see us. Ÿ
    Feelings are a natural part of life. Ÿ
    Love comes from being as well as from doing. Ÿ
    Failures can be opportunities for learning and growth. Ÿ
    Everything is not dependent on our efforts – when we slow down and let things be, we can be truly present for ourselves and others.
    Great art captures a time, a place and an emotion.

    I'm at my most serious when I'm joking
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    Now this is interesting.



    Type 6

    Type 6: Loyal Skeptic

    Loyal Skeptics believe you must gain certainty and security in a hazardous world that you just can t trust. Consequently, Loyal Skeptics are intuitive, inquisitive, trustworthy, good friends and problem-solvers, but also can be doubtful, accusatory and fearful.

    Focus of attention: What could go wrong, worst-case scenarios and how to deal with them.

    Life lesson: To reclaim trust in yourself, others and the world, and live comfortably with uncertainty.

    What Type Sixes tell us about themselves: Ÿ
    I am preoccupied with safety and security concerns. Ÿ
    I greet everything with a doubting mind and contrary thinking. Ÿ
    My vigilance, active imagination and intuition help me anticipate and avoid problems. Ÿ
    I question authority and people un%l they gain my trust. Ÿ
    I procrastinate because I fear making the wrong decision.

    Relating to Sixes: Ÿ

    Be consistent and trustworthy. Ÿ
    Disclose your own personal feelings and thoughts. Ÿ
    Appreciate their attention to problems; agree on rules and procedures. Ÿ
    Join them in acknowledging what can go wrong before moving ahead. Ÿ
    Put your cards on the table as much as possible – don t be ambiguous.

    For Sixes, take a moment to reflect on the following principles: Ÿ

    Insecurity is part of life. Ÿ
    Flight, fight and freezing are all reactions to fear. Ÿ
    Courage is not the absence of fear; it is moving ahead in spite of it. Ÿ
    When we relax our vigilance and stay in the present moment, we notice that everything is ok. Ÿ
    When we cultivate faith rather than seeking certainty, we begin to trust in the process of life.
    I'll always be there with you
    I'll always be watching you
    If I'm gone, don't mourn me
    I'll be always watching over thee.
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    Type 2
    Type 2: The Giver
    Givers believe you must give fully to others to be loved. Consequently, Givers are caring, helpful, supportive and relationship-oriented; they also can be prideful, intrusive and demanding
    Focus of attention: Others needs, feelings and desires.
    Life lesson: To develop the humility that comes from allowing yourself to be loved without being needed and to have needs of your own.
    What Type Twos tell us about themselves:
    ŸI am preoccupied with the needs of others. Ÿ
    I take pride in giving and helping. Ÿ
    I sometimes feel that people take advantage of me. Ÿ
    I have a hard time expressing my own needs. Ÿ
    I can be manipulative and alter how I present myself to others.
    Relating to Twos: Ÿ
    Step forward to make contact; offer approval or appreciation when possible. Ÿ
    Stay constant and provide steadiness, paying a' en%on to their needs. Ÿ
    Join them in valuing warmth, personal contact and partnership. Ÿ
    Avoid being critical or not taking them seriously. Ÿ
    Head off outbursts by addressing their dissatisfaction or resentment.
    For Twos, take a moment to reflect on the following principles: Ÿ
    Love does not come from giving and getting – it is found in oneself. Ÿ
    Allowing others to give to us is a gift to them. Ÿ
    At first, separateness can feel like loss or pain. Ÿ
    We are all responsible for ourselves. Ÿ
    Joy can be found in others well-being and happiness, ' separate from what we do for them.
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