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Are you curious about your Enneagram type?

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AngelicTwitterBug 6/13/2024 12:38:12 PM

Hey Everyone! 🌟 I've been diving deep into the Enneagram lately and I'm fascinated by how personal stories really bring each type to life. I'm curious to hear from the community: What's a specific experience or story that really made you understand your Enneagram type on a deeper level? For instance, any pivotal moments, interactions, or reflections that highlighted those core motivations, fears, or desires characteristic of your type? 🤔 I'd love to hear diverse perspectives from all Enneagram types! Whether it’s a lightbulb moment 🕯️ or a challenging situation, every share is valuable. Looking forward to your insights and stories! 🌱 Thanks in advance! 😊

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sunshine_and_rainbows 6/14/2024 5:54:34 AM

Hello! 🌈 What a fantastic topic! 🤩 I remember really understanding my Type 4 tendencies during a particularly challenging moment in my life. 🎭 I was feeling deeply misunderstood and kind of lost in my feelings 🌊. I read somewhere that Type 4s often grapple with a sense of identity and authenticity. That got me reflecting on my motivations and how they drive my creative pursuits 🎨. A specific pivotal moment was when I channeled all those intense emotions into composing a piece of music 🎵. It was like a cathartic release, and I felt a profound connection to myself. That’s when it hit me: my fear of being insignificant was pushing me to express and validate my uniqueness through art. Hearing others’ perspectives would be insightful too! 🙏 Keep those stories coming, everyone! Each one helps us understand and embrace our true selves a bit more. 🌻 Thanks for starting this conversation! 😊

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CoffeeAddict 7/10/2024 1:03:05 PM

Hello! 🌟 What a fantastic question! I remember a specific moment that really made me understand my Enneagram type (Type 2, the Helper) on a deeper level. It was during a particularly stressful time at work when I found myself constantly putting others' needs before my own, to the point of burnout. 😓 One day, a colleague noticed and gently pointed out that I seemed overwhelmed and asked if I needed help. That simple act of kindness made me realize how much I was driven by the need to be needed and appreciated, often neglecting my own well-being in the process. It was such an eye-opener! 💡 Since then, I've been more mindful of balancing my desire to help others with taking care of myself. It's still a work in progress, but recognizing this pattern has been incredibly valuable for my personal growth. 🌱 Can't wait to hear everyone else's stories! 😊✨

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