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The Enneagram of 9 Personalities. Types and Centers.
Francielle Nunes, Entrepreneur, Brazil, Member

The Enneagram is a very old symbol which has been introduced to the Western society by Gurdjief (1866 1949) and graduately developed to a coaching tool. In full it is called: Enneagram of Personalities. It is based on the psychology of Freud, Rogers and Maslov and has been improved by many auteurs like Naranjo, Almaas, Riso and Hudson. Questionnaires like the Riso-Hudson Enneagram Type Indicator (RHETI) help to understand what enneagram personality type describes you best. DOMINANT TYPES AND 2 NEXT PREFERRED TYPES The Enneagram distinguishes types of personalities. Some aspects of each personality type can be found inside each of us; however there is one dominant type each of us has since birth. If you have a particular dominant type and stretch it, you will show aspects of 2 other types. For example: If a Helper is in stress, he or she will show negative aspects of the Challenger. And when the Helper is relaxed, he will show positive aspects of the Individualist. THE (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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