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Enneagram - Levels of Integration/Disintegration for Each Type

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  1. sassafras

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    So I stumbled upon these the other day. They're info-graphics summarizing the levels of integration for each enneagram type; as far as I can tell, you can only find them on the site if you pay for the test, so I figured I'd save most of you the $10. I found them quite informative. Here you go:

    Type 1

    Type 2

    Type 3

    Type 4


    Type 5

    Type 6

    Type 7

    Type 8

    Type 9

     
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    Wow, these are pretty interesting. Thanks for posting them!
     
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    here, here!
     
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    Very accurate. I can see my type transitions by looking at this model. I remember typing 4w5, then 5w4 and now 6w5. I can see where the first two types happened when I was going through some personal things so they reflected my mood or feelings at the time. But 6w5 reflects me better today because I can see my strengths and weaknesses better presented as a 6. I think as we grow and change, our development will be reflected in our type differences.
     
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    Enneagram is hard bro. I can honestly relate to all enneagrams except for 1 and 5.
     
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