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Category: Enneagram in Practice

Are you curious about your Enneagram type?

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Profile Picture Max313 4/17/2024 9:26:59 PM

Is it just me or is figuring out your Enneagram type kind of tricky? Leaning towards Type 5 because I love learning stuff, but does that mean I'm destined to be a lone wolf? How do you 5s balance curiosity with connection?

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Profile Picture Sapphire84 4/17/2024 9:23:44 PM

Got into the Enneagram recently and it’s fascinating! But honestly, it’s a bit overwhelming too. How do you start applying this to improve your life? Feeling like a Type 7 who can’t sit still long enough to figure it out.

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Profile Picture Polaris 4/17/2024 9:21:42 PM

Type 7’s enthusiasm and fear of missing out is something I totally get. But how does one find joy in stability too, not just in the new and exciting? Trying to understand how to appreciate the quieter moments just as much.

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Profile Picture Chris303 4/17/2024 11:33:29 AM

Came across Type 3 and the whole success-driven angle, and wow, does it hit home. But it’s got me thinking about the pressure to always be on top. How do you 3s deal with the stress of constantly achieving? Looking for ways to grow without burning out. It’s a new area for me, trying to understand how to balance ambition with well-being. Any thoughts or personal experiences would be super helpful!

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Profile Picture Nora414 4/14/2024 3:05:22 PM

Started reading about the Enneagram and landed on Type 3 stuff. It’s all about achieving and looking successful, which is cool and all, but kind of overwhelming? How do Type 3s take a step back and not let the success define them? Just curious if there’s a way to balance ambition with personal happiness without always looking over your shoulder. Any advice would be super helpful as I navigate this new self-discovery path.

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Profile Picture Hailey808 4/12/2024 8:52:11 PM

Diving into the whole Type 3 achievement thing has got me thinking a lot about my own drive for success. It’s like, I get why I’m always pushing so hard, but it’s also kinda exhausting? How do you balance the hustle with making sure you’re actually happy and not just ticking boxes? Would love to hear how others are navigating this, especially if you’re trying to figure it out too.

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Profile Picture Celestine 4/9/2024 6:15:55 PM

Totally new to this Enneagram stuff and I’m trying to wrap my head around being a Type 1. I get the whole perfectionist label, but it’s a bit more complicated, right? Like, sometimes I just want to relax and not worry about everything being perfect. Does anyone have tips on how to take it easy and not be so hard on yourself? Just starting to explore how this impacts my personal growth.

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Profile Picture Max313 4/5/2024 8:30:45 PM

So, reading about Type 4s and all the deep feelings and the need to be unique has been a real eye-opener. It’s nice to know there’s a reason for feeling so different all the time. But I’m curious, how do you stay true to that uniqueness without feeling like you’re on the outside looking in? Trying to embrace the individuality without the isolation. Any tips from 4s or anyone really on how to navigate this?

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Profile Picture Gale 4/5/2024 9:30:33 AM

So, just found out about this Enneagram thing and it’s pretty interesting. Sounds like I might be a Type 9, all about peace and not rocking the boat. Honestly, it’s a vibe, but sometimes I feel like I’m too chill, you know? Like, I should speak up more. Anyone got tips on how to assert yourself without losing that peacemaker energy? Just starting on this growth journey and could use some pointers.

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Profile Picture Jonathan36 4/2/2024 8:30:00 AM

Just stumbled into this whole Enneagram journey and it’s kinda mind-blowing? Like, I’m seeing parts of myself in Type 2 that I’ve always brushed off as just “being too nice.” But there’s more to it, isn’t there? Started trying out some self-care tips I found here, and wow, it feels different. Anyone else finding surprising bits about themselves and making changes? Would love to hear what you’re doing and how it’s going!

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