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Molly Rose 19h
When it’s October and you’ve already started buying people’s Christmas presents. I’m such a 2 it hurts.
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enneagrampaths Oct 14
Respecting a 3: Appreciate their doing as an act of investing in a relationship, person, organization, or cause. Their work has a direct connection to their hearts and should be treated with care.
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Amanda Cooley 13h
I love throwing parties for people but I hate having parties thrown for me. If that ain’t a type 2 enneagram move then I don’t know what it is 😂
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T R I N Oct 13
My sister wrote “you never let the people you love get hurt” on my bday card today and my EIGHT self is validated
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Orion McCormack Oct 16
Tomorrow I’m entering an escape room with two Ones, I am a Nine. Send thoughts and prayers.
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enneagrampaths Oct 17
Respecting a 9: BOTH give them time and space to withdraw or go with the flow as they need to keep peace, AND periodically remind them how much their unique presence matters. They love you fiercely.
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Desi Oct 17
I’m a type 2 wing 6 so can I like help you with absolutely anything & fight your battles for you? 😂 - - -
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AJ Sherrill 3m
Word on the street in Chicago. + Formation Workshop day
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OZAbbey Oct 16
Mindfulness meditation affects the wiring in the brain particularly in relation to pain and fear. For cognitive types in particular, meditation is very important in achieving consciousness.
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enneagrampaths Oct 10
Respecting a 4: Invite them to share their opinions about hard issues. They have a deep well of emotional intelligence that often goes unnoticed in meetings, conflicts, projects, and on teams. They want to use their EQ to help.
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izz Oct 17
I hate that the entirety of my typology makeup is "free spirit, fun, happy person." I mean I am all of that but I am a pretty broken person underneath it all. 4s don't hold a monopoly on deeply held sadness. 1s aren't the only ones who constantly self-critique. -
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Ellis B Oct 13
I've now met so many 's I'm beginning to think they don't exist.
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Jessica Hubbard Oct 17
I had so much fun today in our chapel breakout session learning with students about their types!
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Victoria J. Rowe Oct 13
Major fail. I got a gift for a really special 9 and happened to get two different variations of the same thing and they’re very different. I proceeded to tell him there isn’t a wrong answer but there is a right one, thinking I was just being funny. Hahahahaha oops.
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Dustin Ginn Oct 17
So there’s a couple videos going around from fundamentalists renouncing the saying it’s rooted in cult teachings and experiences. Sounds like the pot is calling the kettle black.
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Christian Nichles Oct 15
So apparently I’m really messed up😂
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enneagrampaths Oct 12
Respecting a 7: Release the expectation that they’ll always be happy. They have a rich well of wisdom and being to give, but can only do so when space is safe enough for them to share the full spectrum of their selfhood.
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Enneagram Type Four Oct 17
Observe yourself today to notice if you are using your imagination to stir up your feelings. Pay attention to fantasies, daydreams, and self-talk. Every time you fantasize, you move deeper into the trance of type Four.
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Enneagram 2 Oct 12
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Enneagram 2 Oct 15
What a privilege it is to Love.. ♥️🤗
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