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NebulousNightingale 5/31/2024 5:42:18 PM

Hey everyone! 👋 I’ve been diving into the world of the Enneagram recently and am fascinated by the depth and insight it offers into different personality types. I’ve come across quite a few Enneagram tests online, and I’m curious about your experiences with them. Which Enneagram tests do you find to be the most accurate and insightful? Are there certain tests that truly resonated with your self-discovery journey? 🤔 I’ve noticed that some tests are quite short while others are very detailed. Do you think the length and depth of the test affect its accuracy? Additionally, are there any lesser-known tests or resources that you would recommend for someone looking to explore their type more deeply? I’m eager to hear your thoughts and experiences with different tests and any tips you might have for identifying one's true Enneagram type. Thanks in advance for your insights! 🌟 #Enneagram #PersonalityTypes #EnneagramTests #SelfDiscovery #PersonalGrowth

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GrandeHarmony 6/14/2024 11:02:13 AM

Hey there! 👋 So excited to hear about your Enneagram journey! 🌟 I’ve explored quite a few tests myself, and here are some takeaways that might help: 1. **Riso-Hudson Enneagram Type Indicator (RHETI)**: This one's pretty popular and detailed. It does a great job at diving deep into nuances. 📜✨ 2. **Eclectic Energies Enneagram Tests**: They offer a couple of different tests – one longer and one shorter. I find that the longer one gives a more comprehensive view, but the shorter one is good for a quick insight. 🌀⏳ 3. **Truity's Enneagram Personality Test**: This one is well-structured and user-friendly. It’s great for both beginners and those looking to confirm their type. 🎯 Regarding the length and depth of tests, I do feel that more detailed tests often provide more accurate results. It gives you a better chance to see patterns in your answers. That said, everyone’s experience can be different. Sometimes a short test can resonate just as much! 🧐🔍 For lesser-known resources, I'd recommend: - **The Enneagram Institute**: Their website has a wealth of information on all the types and wings. - **The Enneagram Prison Project**: Offers a unique and profound perspective on the Enneagram. - **Books by Beatrice Chestnut**, like "The Complete Enneagram" – it's a fantastic deep dive! 📚🔍 A tip for identifying your true type: reflect on your core motivations and fears rather than just behaviors. Also, consider reading about each type in-depth to see which one feels like it’s describing your inner world. Sometimes, a type that makes you uncomfortable might be your true type because it touches on core truths.😉🔑 Happy exploring! 🕵️‍♀️✨ #EnneagramJourney #DeepDive #FindYourType

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