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A good enneagram test: finally!

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    This test is online. To get the basic number is free but if you want a longer readout you can pay and it will tell you subtype and wing. It's the first online test I've found that is up-to-date with the latest research and is profoundly amazing. It is based strictly on the work of Claudio Naranjo so it isn't flaky and the insights that come from the readout are worth it. I spent 46 dollars on it, but this is the first time I've ever been absolutely certain of my number. I recommend it. I had no trouble with the questions: each question made utter sense, and there was just enough. Try it, you'll like it. The test maker is in South Africa. I really liked this test! http://www.integrative.co.za/
     
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    In trying to objectively understand the world you explore concepts and acquire in-depth knowledge
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    Hmmmm....should I be more than a little worried I am the only one who actually took this and posted the results?
     
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    I'll take the test. Will post results in a bit.
     
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    Your action-orientation and ambition combine to push you towards getting things done and achieving success in life
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    Same as always. 3w2
     
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    La Sagna Trying to become a butterfly

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    I didn't know why more people didn't take the test. Maybe my initial prompt was too much. I just liked it is all. Is that a crime? It seems to have read everyone accurately. It said my actual number was SP 4 with a three wing. I've long suspected this, but it's hard to know. My area is somewhere around that, for sure.
     
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    Maybe because you made it sound like it was going to cost money? As it was, I did not pay a dime.
     
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    Eh, don't like giving my email out if I don't have to. Doesnt matta, Imma 5 no doubt. Interesting though, I didn't think naranjo taught wings, sandra maitri, one of his students claimed to have never been taught them and apparently doesn't teach them herself. Or should I say, she suggests every point has two wings from the surrounding numbers, so instead of 4w5 it'd be 3w4w5 if the point discussed is 4. This was basically just another way to understand our number, not a seperate number all together. But I didn't take the test so they might give you both I don't know.
     
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    The basic number is free. You can get a longer readout if you pay. My problem is always that I'm so different in different moods. I'm very fivish sometimes but in public I'm more fourish. I just don't know the difference. They are so close. I didn't think Naranjo taught wings either. It's not in his early books. But then at a conference in 2010 he talked about wings. So perhaps he's been influenced by his own students and people who come from different lineages. It's just funny really to think how and where this system came from and where it's going. It seems to be morphing all the time. Tri-types, and wings, and levels of integration, and lines of disintegration. All that wasn't in the original but in 2010 at a conference in Germany, Naranjo discusses all of them, and seems to use that vocabulary. It's in a blog post from a woman who wrote the book The Enneagram in Business which has a blurb on the back cover from Naranjo. The woman who wrote it seemed to have had a friendship with Naranjo but when she went to the conference he didn't remember her. He's over eighty now so perhaps his gears are slipping.
     
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    Yes, that is clear only after going to the site. Anyway it was just a guess.

    Concerning email address, this is why I generally put in a fake one. Someone somewhere is probably being bombarded with junk mail and wonder why they get so much...
     
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    haha yeah i don't know much about naranjo other than what sandras mentioned in her book, which is that the idea of a dominant wing was introduced by don riso but who is to say naranjo hasn't picked it up or changed or whatever. i'm not familiar with tri types either, though the paths of integration and disintegration have appeared accurate from what i can tell of others, but more importantly myself. as far as being a 4 or 5 i've always felt 4's are more invested in image than 5's and although consider the impact of my clothing and appearance, for all purposes sake go with whats easiest. or also the disintegration path might help you out, 5's go to 7 under stress (talkative energetic excited) 4's go to 2 (agreeable, quiet, easy going).
     
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    [/h] In trying to objectively understand the world you explore concepts and acquire in-depth knowledge Private, Cerebral, Detached, Curious Key Motivations: Making sense of the world, conserving resources, avoiding dependence, pursuit of knowledge

    Interesting. I'm kind of interested in and curious about having more in-depth results, but I am not going to spend a minimum of $46 to get them.
     
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    so long lol
     
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    subwayrider Into the White

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    It thinks I'm a Nine, but I'm clearly a Four.

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    Thank you for this piece of information. Now I know I shouldn't bother taking the time to painstakingly answer over 100 questions.
     
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    Yeah, I'm not sure about me being a 5, either.
     
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    Yeah, they should've been paying you for having to do all of that!
     
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    Ain't nobody got time for that.
     
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    You folks are mentioning numbers, "I should be a 4 not a 9." etc.... how are you making this determination? Is there a place that lists all the different results?
     
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