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    That blog recently added a few new tests beside the MBTI one, one is that 57-item enneagram test. As with the MBTI one, no registration or Email needed.

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    You're a Four!

    The Individualist (Enneagram Type Four) is an intense and creative artist, who works with tangible objects or intangible ideas to find meaning and discovery in themselves and in nature. Fours believe in creation over consumption, and will put up a fight against anyone who tries to convince them otherwise. They experiment with different ideologies, philosophies, and modalities to form a meaningful mélange of living.
    Whimsical and free-spirited, Fours march to the beat of their own drums and passionately follow their deeply-held inner values. They believe in writing their own life stories and trekking down paths alone. While this is easier said than done, Fours typically put up with a lot of fear instilled from teachers, peers, or authority figures from a young age—who tell them to take the “safe” route and squash their dreams.
    Sensitive and attuned to peak experiences, Fours can feel like aimless wanderers, searching for the meaning behind their existence, especially during adolescence. They find great joy when they’re able to tap into their “flow” state—when time melts away and hours feel like minutes. By late adulthood, Fours typically gain a more holistic sense of their true identity and are able to find their place in (or out of) society.

    A Quick Overview of the Four:
    Part of the Heart Triad (along with Enneatypes Two and Three)
    Can have a Three or Five wing: 4w3 or 4w5
    Nicknamed ‘The Individualist’
    Ego Fixation: Melancholy
    Vice: Envy
    Virtue: Equanimity
    Integrates into the One (The Perfectionist) under growth
    Disintegrations into the Two (The Helper) under stress
    Basic Fear: To float through life without a true identity or sense of purpose
    Basic Desire: To be wholly unique, appreciated, and valued



    I usually get type 4 from tests, I'm not surprised

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    You're a Two!
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    The Helper (Enneagram Type Two) is a selfless and caring mentor figure in the lives of many. They’re ready to jump in and lend a helping hand whenever it’s needed, and actively search for ways to improve the lives of others. Underneath the surface, Twos feel that they must give, help, empathize, or self-sacrifice to “win” love and acceptance from others. They may expect others to reciprocate their efforts, and are deeply hurt when it doesn’t happen.


    Generous and emotionally aware, Twos seek out opportunities to make a positive difference and touch the hearts of others. They can sometimes overextend themselves to acquire (and sustain) affection from others, which may eventually lead to burnout or other psychosomatic conditions. Because of this, it’s important for Twos to face and combat their underlying fear of worthlessness.


    At the core of their being, Twos strive to use genuine affection and connection to leave the people of their community in a better place than it was yesterday. Although they sometimes push themselves too much and deny their own needs, Twos eventually learn how to consciously think and feel for themselves, which is the pinnacle of their self-development.

    A Quick Overview of the Two:
    Part of the Heart Triad (along with Enneatypes Three and Four)
    Can have a One or Three wing: 2w1 and 2w3
    Nicknamed ‘The Helper’
    Ego Fixation: Flattery
    Vice: Pride
    Virtue: Humility
    Integrates into the Four (The Individualist) under growth
    Disintegrates into the Eight (The Challenger) under stress
    Basic Fear: To feel unwanted and not needed by others
    Basic Desire: To give love out to others and receive love in return




    I think some of the "2" answers are also very 9ish. Of course, I also do have 2 in my tritype.
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    You're a 5!

    The Investigator (Enneagram Type Five) is an independent and curious maverick on an intellectual mission to absorb as much knowledge as their active minds can acquire. Fives seek to understand, through reading and thinking, the laws and principles governing the world. They can wholeheartedly attest to Socrate’s famous saying, “An unexamined life is not worth living.”


    Autonomous and inquisitive, Fives carve out as much time as possible to let their thoughts run wild. They thrive when they can devise hypotheses and theories and add to their ongoing informational archives. Through careful inspection and analysis, a seemingly random set of data or facts can spark extraordinary insights and transform into a leeway for scientific breakthrough.
    In order to achieve a sense of balance, Fives reduce or eliminate tasks which can be delegated to others or avoided altogether. It’s common for Fives to live a very minimalist lifestyle: out in the woods, in a van, free from mortgages, and multi-layered credit card debt. Many have broader life goals to live sustainably and consciously.
    4w5/5w6/8w9

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    You're a Five!

    The Investigator (Enneagram Type Five) is an independent and curious maverick on an intellectual mission to absorb as much knowledge as their active minds can acquire. Fives seek to understand, through reading and thinking, the laws and principles governing the world. They can wholeheartedly attest to Socrate’s famous saying, “An unexamined life is not worth living.”

    Autonomous and inquisitive, Fives carve out as much time as possible to let their thoughts run wild. They thrive when they can devise hypotheses and theories and add to their ongoing informational archives. Through careful inspection and analysis, a seemingly random set of data or facts can spark extraordinary insights and transform into a leeway for scientific breakthrough.
    In order to achieve a sense of balance, Fives reduce or eliminate tasks which can be delegated to others or avoided altogether. It’s common for Fives to live a very minimalist lifestyle: out in the woods, in a van, free from mortgages, and multi-layered credit card debt. Many have broader life goals to live sustainably and consciously.

    A Quick Overview of the Five:
    Part of the Head Triad (along with Enneatypes Six and Seven)
    Can have a Four or Six wing: 5w4 or 5w6
    Nicknamed ‘The Investigator’
    Ego Fixation: Stinginess
    Vice: Avarice
    Virtue: Non-Attachment
    Integrates into the Eight (The Challenger) under growth
    Disintegrates into the Seven (The Enthusiast) under stress
    Basic Fear: To be incompetent, incapable, and useless
    Basic Desire: To achieve mastery and understanding
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    You're a Five!


    he Investigator (Enneagram Type Five) is an independent and curious maverick on an intellectual mission to absorb as much knowledge as their active minds can acquire. Fives seek to understand, through reading and thinking, the laws and principles governing the world. They can wholeheartedly attest to Socrate’s famous saying, “An unexamined life is not worth living.”


    Autonomous and inquisitive, Fives carve out as much time as possible to let their thoughts run wild. They thrive when they can devise hypotheses and theories and add to their ongoing informational archives. Through careful inspection and analysis, a seemingly random set of data or facts can spark extraordinary insights and transform into a leeway for scientific breakthrough.
    In order to achieve a sense of balance, Fives reduce or eliminate tasks which can be delegated to others or avoided altogether. It’s common for Fives to live a very minimalist lifestyle: out in the woods, in a van, free from mortgages, and multi-layered credit card debt. Many have broader life goals to live sustainably and consciously.
    A Quick Overview of the Five:
    Part of the Head Triad (along with Enneatypes Six and Seven)
    Can have a Four or Six wing: 5w4 or 5w6
    Nicknamed ‘The Investigator’
    Ego Fixation: Stinginess
    Vice: Avarice
    Virtue: Non-Attachment
    Integrates into the Eight (The Challenger) under growth
    Disintegrates into the Seven (The Enthusiast) under stress
    Basic Fear: To be incompetent, incapable, and useless
    Basic Desire: To achieve mastery and understanding
    Life Path 4. True Neutral 8 1 6 3 7 5 Teexcellent>Niexcellent>Figood>Tigood>>>>Siaverage>Fe unused
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    Dail [or Daer] ú-[o] chyn [or fyn/thyn] [?] Ú-danno i failad a thi; an úben tannatha le failad.

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    I received Type One. For me, this is correct. However, I am seeing a lack of correlation between a person's results on this test and their actual enneatype.

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    I think I also scored fairly high on 6, 4, and maybe 1. Maybe 2 as well. I answered yes to a lot of questions.

    You're a Nine!
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    The Peacemaker (Enneagram Type Nine) is a relaxed and easygoing master of chill who finds purpose in maintaining a mind-body balance. Nines are gentle giants—wise beyond their years—and influence others through genuine kindness. As a result, they can mesh well with almost any group or individual, making them fantastic collaborators.

    With high interpersonal intelligence, Nines are sticklers for group harmony. They work diligently behind the scenes (usually unbeknownst to others) to keep relationships nourished and well-attended to. Interpersonal conflicts and misunderstandings are Nines’ area of expertise; one they handle with finesse and care.


    Procrastination is next to family for Nines. For some, it’s the only friend they’ve ever known. Nines accumulate a great deal of potential energy (by staying relatively inert most of the time) to feel at ease and prepared for the future. Under stress, they become hyper-vigilant of potential sources of threats and can question almost every decision they make.


    A Quick Overview of the Nine:
    Part of the Body Triad (along with Enneatypes Eight and One)
    Can have an Eight or One wing: 9w8 or 9w1
    Nicknamed ‘The Peacemaker’
    Ego Fixation: Indolence
    Vice: Sloth
    Virtue: Action
    Integrates into the Three (The Achiever) under growth
    Disintegrates into the Six (The Loyalist) under stress
    Basic Fear: To be pushed into interpersonal conflict and stress
    Basic Desire: To feel in sync with the external environment and others

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    You're a Four!

    The Individualist (Enneagram Type Four) is an intense and creative artist, who works with tangible objects or intangible ideas to find meaning and discovery in themselves and in nature. Fours believe in creation over consumption, and will put up a fight against anyone who tries to convince them otherwise. They experiment with different ideologies, philosophies, and modalities to form a meaningful mélange of living.


    Whimsical and free-spirited, Fours march to the beat of their own drums and passionately follow their deeply-held inner values. They believe in writing their own life stories and trekking down paths alone. While this is easier said than done, Fours typically put up with a lot of fear instilled from teachers, peers, or authority figures from a young age—who tell them to take the “safe” route and squash their dreams.


    Sensitive and attuned to peak experiences, Fours can feel like aimless wanderers, searching for the meaning behind their existence, especially during adolescence. They find great joy when they’re able to tap into their “flow” state—when time melts away and hours feel like minutes. By late adulthood, Fours typically gain a more holistic sense of their true identity and are able to find their place in (or out of) society.

    A Quick Overview of the Four:
    Part of the Heart Triad (along with Enneatypes Two and Three)
    Can have a Three or Five wing: 4w3 or 4w5
    Nicknamed ‘The Individualist’
    Ego Fixation: Melancholy
    Vice: Envy
    Virtue: Equanimity
    Integrates into the One (The Perfectionist) under growth
    Disintegrations into the Two (The Helper) under stress
    Basic Fear: To float through life without a true identity or sense of purpose
    Basic Desire: To be wholly unique, appreciated, and valued
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