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The Enthusiast! Enneagram 7 Guest Post

I love the insights I’ve gained from studying the Enneagram, and here is a Guest post I did which I hope you’ll check out πŸ™‚

unfiltered from the heart

This is a guest post from G of bone&silver, who shares her experiences of discovering her Enneagram as a 7, which is described as the Enthusiast by the Enneagram Institute. If you would like to share your experiences with self-discovery through the Enneagram, please message me through gmail at β€œTiffanybeingfree.”

Thank you, G, for sharing with us your journey as a 7!!!

NamasteΒ 

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β€˜Do you know what Enneagram number you are?,’ I was asked. β€˜Because I’m an Eight, and if you’re going to date me, you need to know what you’re dealing with, so take this book home today.’

Thus began my in-depth exploration of the Enneagram, which firstly saw me read the chapter about Eights and think β€˜Phew, they’re a bit intense, I’m glad I’m not one of those.’

I skimmed through a few other numbers, got a bit bored, then asked a smart friend who used…

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    • Haha, I just love finding out people’s numbers, it’s fascinating πŸ™‚ I am such an Enthusiast… which is often followed by a loss of interest… I admire Five’s diligence and attention to detail πŸ™‚

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  1. Wow, I’m intrigued now and have never heard about this. How very cool. It reminds me of a class I once took about the different leaders. Recognizing their personal traits and how some are cheerleaders and others prefer to be more quiet. It was eye opening.

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    • No I haven’t- the Enneagram just grabbed me so fully.

      I have several friends who are Nines: deciding features include being happy to lie down & do nothing for most of the day, plus not liking disagreements- do they sound like you?

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      • Not liking disagreements, yes… lying down all day? Not exactly! Though I do need to build in daydreaming time, meditation time, and do-not-much-of-anything time into each day!

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        • yes, you sound like a 9… πŸ™‚ [Daydreaming, meditating, and do-not-much-of-anything time often happen lying down or reclining… the need for that quiet time is essential, however you sit/stand/lie for it] πŸ™‚

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  2. Ha ha, Gabrielle, this is great! I can totally see you as a 7. I’m a 2, with a 3 and 7 close runners up. πŸ™‚

    I studied the Enneagram a bit with Robert Holden in a coaching school I was in. Fascinating, isn’t it?
    Blessings to you. Lovely to reconnect.
    Debbie

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    • That’s interesting: I have quite a few 2’s in my world, with a 3 Wing so they are slightly achievement/goal orientated: sounds like you 😊πŸ’ͺ🏼
      Have a fab week, G xO

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      • Yes! Wow no kidding. Maybe we’ll end up meeting some time. BTW I know a number of people in Melbourne. They do cool spiritual gatherings, and I visited a # of years ago. Blessings Gabrielle!

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      • It seems I’m a walking contradiction. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I’m mostly a 2 (and I really don’t see me like that) but also high on 3, 8, 1 and 9 on one test.
        A second type of test also gave me a highest 2 and high 6, 7, 8 and 3! I’m a mess! πŸ™ˆ

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        • Ok, that’s interesting- it can be a challenge to admit the truth of your number- Sevens are often described as superficial and/or scattered, which I wouldn’t immediately identify with… and yet, I AM comfortable being gossipy, & slightly lazy/unfocused, so yes, I had to admit that in my more ‘negative’ aspects, I actually AM those things! Which is what helped me find the truth. Because a Seven at their best is positive, generous, & brings the gift of Joy to many: this is absolutely true of me πŸ˜ŠπŸ™πŸΌπŸ˜
          Twos value community, & being needed; Threes like Achievements, & can be a bit aloof; Nines are pretty laid back, while Eights are the pushy, feisty, won’t-take-No-for-an-answer leaders- any one of those resonate? Reading a good book will help you; you could be a Two with a Three Wing…
          You’re obviously a complex character, but everyone can find their number eventually 🌈❀

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          • The problem is I do see myself everywhere. πŸ˜‚ I have a lot of two, for sure. At work, I can definitely be an eight when I have to be, which is often. Because of that, I tend to switch off at home (this caused plenty of arguments with BH). I adapt and I am fluid. You’re right: complex indeed! ❀️❀️❀️

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          • A Two with a Three wing would be very assertive & achievement orientated, while still caring about their community; an Eight is quite ruthless, & can trample people (which a Two would never do)

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