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The Essential Enneagram The Definitive Personality Test and Self Discovery Guide characters ¹ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Õ The First and Only Scientifically Determined Enneagram Personality Test and GuideA centuries old psychological system with roots in sacred trIscovery of what your type means for your personal well being and your relationships with others and they show you how to maximize your inherent strengths Brimming with empowering information for each of the nine personality types Perfectionist Giver Performer Romantic Observer Loyal Skeptic Epicure Protector and Mediator this one of a kind book euips you with all the tools you need to dramatically enhance your uality of lif. A pretty solid read I personally didn't learn a ton from this book but I did become very reinforced with the knowledge that I am SUCH a type 3 If I read this before I was into the whole Enneagram thing this totally would've gotten a 55 because it's so clear and concise After finishing this I do feel like I know myself and my peers better The Essential Enneagram helped me understand why we react the way we do and how to be mindful of that when showing reactivity This book also wrapped up with some great journaling and breathing exercises specific to each type that I will definitely be using in the future All in all I would definitely recommend to anyone that likes the Enneagram concept

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Ed Enneagram test based upon extensive research combined with a self discovery and personal development guideThe most fundamental guide to the Enneagram ever offered this book features effective self tests to determine simply and accurately what your personality type is Daniels and Price provide step by step instructions for taking inventory of how you think what you feel and what you experience They then guide you in your d. This book starts by giving the reader nine paragraphs they are to read and then it asks them to choose the three paragraphs that describe them the most and the order in which they best describe them ie first second and third The book then tells the reader which types they most likely could be based upon the paragraphs that they chose The book then briefly describes how the stress and security arrows of the types work and how the information pages for each type are laid out The reader is then told to read the information pages for their top three types and if necessary look alike types and wings of their most likely types and then to determine their own type The book says if they are still unsure after doing this that they should read the type discriminators pages that describe the slight differences between similar typesI was not satisfied by any of the sections of this book I thought that the descriptive paragraphs were well written but it was difficult to choose just three that described me I found at four or five that described me uite well I found it even difficult to determine the order in which they best described me I was no less confused after reading the information pages on each type I could see myself in the information for each of my top three types and I could not figure out which one I was even with the type discriminators I just saw myself in both sides of the comparisonsI am not sure if it was the ways that the authors wrote the book that confused me or if I am just completely lacking in self awareness Perhaps I need to spend much type reflecting on myself and trying to increase my self knowledge However because I did not find this book useful and it did not help me in determining my type I cannot give it a high rating

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The Essential Enneagram The Definitive Personality Test and Self Discovery GuideThe First and Only Scientifically Determined Enneagram Personality Test and GuideA centuries old psychological system with roots in sacred tradition the Enneagram can be an invaluable guide in your journey toward self understanding and self development In this book Stanford University Medical School clinical professor of psychiatry David Daniels and counseling psychologist Virginia Price offer the only scientifically develop. Since the beginning of this Covid 19 uarantining I've been fairly certain that there's a better way to do this  Holed up at home and tracking the models and the numbers non stop I remain a skeptic  Nobody knows as much as they think they do about this virus but the powers that be are making drastic and long reaching decisions as if they do know  Big mistakes are being made  But I continue to obey the rules  I'm worried and already feeling overburdened by what it's going to take to restore the people who are losing so much  I worry about the people who are utterly alone in this the people who are locked in with abusers the people who were teetering on the edge of mental health before this started the hungry kids all the people who are losing their small businesses and all the people who are growing comfortable in this mistrustful state of viewing every person as a possible contaminant seriously when does it stop  What does that mindset do to a society  There is just too much error to correct  So then I look around my house at all the things I could beshould be doing and I beat myself up a bit and then I do something not enough but something  Then I crab at other people around here for not doing enough either  Then I feel bad because they're dealing with this crap storm too  So I try to help the kids out with what they're doing school work prepping for college figuring out how to stay active without their teams  It's a really good day if the kids take my suggestions  So yeah 1 w 2 body center self preservation sub type  That was a fun little covid project   The book did its job though and now I've got numbers just like all the cool Bible study leaders VSCO girls Haha  A few notes1  I'm a fan of Myers Briggs and at first this seemed kind of confusing and messy with the different centers the wings the integrationdisintegration types sub types and diagrams2  Also at one point I was pretty sure that I was 6 of the 9 types  That could be a function of the book of my semi crazy mental state at the time of reading or my personality type  Most likely one of the latter 2 options3  Putting the book down and putting it all out of my head for a few days at a time and then re reading sections added clarity for me   4  The book circles back a couple of different ways to double check and help you confirm your types  I liked that very much5  I also liked the fact that this test is not a long series of multiple choice uestions  You read 9 paragraphs pick 3 that seem most like you and that's your jumping off point But I did find a couple of free multiple choice tests online and took them too just to be extra sure6  I googled my types and read some online articles  After reading them I felt even confident in the outcomes of this book7 I see other readers were unhappy that this book didn't go deeper I'm fairly introspective to begin with and this was just a new way of sorting what's already going on in my head so I didn't really need anything deeper right now The brevity was just fine for me8 Other readers were also uite unhappy with those important truths that each type has supposedly lost sight of Truth be told I'm a Christian and I'm used to ignoring those kinds of statements whenever I see them outside of a Biblical context I skipped over that part as unimportant Type 1 thinking right there