Today I’m touching base on the differences between the wings of 6! Check out the video for futher insight into these distinct varieties of the Loyalist, and feel to chime in or shoot me an email as always!
Hey again friends! It’s been awhile, but the next Mis-ID video is done and posted! Check out some discussion of the similarities and differences between the Individualist and Enthusiast– I bet there are more similarities that you realize! 😉
See you on the flip side for the wings of 6 video, and as always feel free to comment or reach out to me via email!
Hey fellow Enneagram students! Moving right along with the Wings series I’m running, I just posted the Wings of 4 video! Check it out and let me know if you have any comments or questions. 🙂 I do also offer Skype consultations if you’d like more specific help in reaching a type conclusion, or troubleshooting Enneagram dynamics. Feel free to reach out here or at Enneagramgirl@yahoo.com.
Hey friends, I’ve just finished uploading a new Misidentification video, this time on the differences and similarities between the Enthusiast and the Peacemaker! Check it out and chime in if you have thoughts! 🙂
Be sure to check back in for my next video, on the wings of 4. See you then!
It’s time for another wings distinction video! I’ve been somewhat surprised by the large amount of views on these videos in particular– it seems that people really want to know more about each Enneagram type’s two main varieties! I’m really glad to see that, honestly, as I think one of the biggest mistakes one can make with the Enneagram is to be too shallow– learning about the specific variety of a core type that you are can be very, very helpful to growth! Especially when it comes to using our knowledge of the Enneagram to better understand and interact with others, it’s kind of big deal to get the specific nuances of our loved ones right! Wing is a big part of that, and I’m excited to continue exploring it here.
To follow the order of my previous posts, The Achiever is up next– 3w2 vs 3w4! Check it out, and as always let me know if you have questions or insight to share. Final note: I realized I have been covering a lot of heart type material lately, so will be switching gears for my next Misidentification video. You can stay tuned by following me here or on Instagram, Facebook or Youtube!
Aaand I’m back with a video, yay! If you’ve ever wondered about some of the differences between the Helper and the Individualist, this is for you. Feel free to drop me a line if you have thoughts or questions!
One thing I did want to expand a bit on, is a component that I mention in the video: 4’s Reactivity vs. 2’s Compliance. It’s important to note that these traits are not opposites, which is why I included the graphic below in my video.
Across the Enneagram, we see three different conflict styles: Reactive (4, 6, 8), Reframing (2, 7, 9) and Competency (1, 3, 5). In another trait triangle, we see three different ways of interacting with the world: Aggressive (3, 7, 8), Compliant (1, 2, 6) and Withdrawn (4, 5, 9). Because these traits come in groups of three, combining them can shed a lot of insight on the differences between Enneagam types!
When we look at 2, we see that it is a Reframing and Compliant type.
When we look at 4, we see that it is a Reactive and Withdrawn type.
This gives us a spectacular example, because these types are different on both fronts! I think I’ll have to write more on this topic in another post, and how it can be an excellent tool to prevent mistyping. For now, I hope this helps to explain my use of these terms. 🙂
Thanks friends, see you next time as I cover the wings of The Achiever!
Today I’m talking about the wings of the Helper and how to discern between the two, both in regards to motivation and from an experience standpoint. Check it out, and feel free to let me know whether this rings true for you– if you are a two, or even if you have someone in your life who is!
Check back in a week or so, for my next misidentification video too! You can also stay up to speed with my work by following on Instagram or Facebook– as always feel free to reach out at Enneagramgirl@yahoo.com with questions or comments!
Peace + Hope, friends!