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Enneagram of Personality

Enneagram of Personality
History[edit] The origins and historical development of the Enneagram of Personality are matters of dispute. Wiltse and Palmer[6] have suggested that similar ideas to the Enneagram of Personality are found in the work of Evagrius Ponticus, a Christian mystic who lived in 4th century Alexandria. Evagrius identified eight logismoi ("deadly thoughts") plus an overarching thought he called "love of self". Evagrius wrote, "The first thought of all is that of love of self (philautia); after this, [come] the eight. G. Claudio Naranjo is a Chilean-born psychiatrist who first learned about the Enneagram of Personality from Ichazo at a course in Arica, Chile. Enneagram figure[edit] Enneagram figure Nine types[edit] The table below gives the principal characteristics of the nine types along with their basic relationships. Wings[edit] Stress and security points[edit] The lines between the points add further meaning to the information provided by the descriptions of the types. Instinctual subtypes[edit]

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Enneagram Personality Correlations Do you want to know what strengths and weakness your Myers-Briggs personality type may have? When making decisions do you lead with your head, gut, or heart? When stressed are you most likely to get anxious, angry, or depressed? Looking into what enneagram type you have will give you the answers and more information on your personality. Oscar Ichazo Oscar Ichazo (born 1931) is the Bolivian-born founder of the Arica School, which he established in 1968. Work[edit] Ichazo's Enneagram of Personality theories are part of a larger body of teaching that he terms Protoanalysis. In Ichazo's teachings the enneagram figure has usually been called an enneagon.

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The MOTIV Personality System Men acquire a particular quality by constantly acting a particular way. - Aristotle Abstract/Summary There are seven personality traits, motivations that explain all human personality (attracting, experimenting, planning, helping, being positive, relaxing). Healthy people appreciate and are developed in one or more of these seven traits. Claudio Naranjo Claudio Naranjo (born November 24, 1932, Valparaíso, Chile) is a Chilean-born psychiatrist who is considered a pioneer in integrating psychotherapy and the spiritual traditions. He is one of the three successors named by Fritz Perls (founder of Gestalt Therapy), and a developer of the Enneagram of Personality and founder of the Seekers After Truth Institute. He is also an elder statesman of the US and global Human Potential Movement and the spiritual renaissance of the late 20th century.[1] He is the author of various books. Background and education[edit] Naranjo was born in Valparaiso. He grew up in a musical environment and after an early start at the piano he studied musical composition.

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