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The Enneagram

The Enneagram was introduced in the West by George Gurdjieff who learned it while studying Sufism.
The Enneagram is a dynamic personality system that describes nine combinations of three elementary aspects fundamental to intelligent life:
  • 9: thinking (being, imagining, sowing)
  • 3: acting (creating, experiencing, handling)
  • 6: feeling (evaluating, realizing, reaping)
The word "ennea" is Greek for nine and "gram" means a figure or pattern.
The Enneagram is a harmonic pattern with three and six points around the central point of being.
The enneagram traverses the inner seven chakra's or decimals like the division 1 / 7 = 0.142857...
Each point represents a personality type, based on a set of perceptual filters, that determines your world view.
Underneath each of the 3x3 patterns is a basic proposition or belief about what you need in life for survival and satisfaction.
As you discover your personality type and characteristics, you learn what motivates you, your coping strategies, and keys to personal development.

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