What Type of Personality is Your Type?

Here’s a series of traits from something called the Enneagram. You can search through in attempts to find what type of personality fits you. I found some interesting things about myself. And hope to bring them up at a meeting of HSPs (Highly Sensitive Persons), one of whom suggested the sites to me.

(I found that I was mostly a “Giver,” followed by the personality trait of a “Mediator” and then something called the “Epicure.” Next, I saw bits of the “Romantic” in me, as well as the “Protector.” All were followed up by the last, but not the least of my traits, the “Performer.”)

What are you?

(To take the test, simply click the word “Enneagram” here or in the first sentence above. It will take you to the site. Have fun!)

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“The Enneagram is a highly sophisticated system of nine personality profiles that are meant to help us know ourselves and others “as we/they are to themselves,” says an introduction to the site. “Each type profile serves as a customized road map for on-going personal growth consistent with categories of modern psychological typology.” The nine types are as follows:

1 The Perfectionist
2 The Giver
3 The Performer
4 The Tragic Romantic
5 The Observer
6 The Loyal Skeptic
7 The Epicure
8 The Protector
9 The Mediator

Helen Palmer
John F. Kennedy University
Harvard University
California School of Professional Psychology
Institute of Integral Studies
Esalen Institute
East China Normal University, Shanghai
Omega Institute, Rhinebeck

“Helen Palmer is an internationally recognized teacher of intuition, and the best-selling author of five works in the human consciousness sector.  Her two books, The Enneagram: Understanding Yourself and the Others in Your Life and The Enneagram in Love and Work: Understanding Your Intimate and Business Relationships are perennial best-sellers, currently in 28 languages. ” 

She is the co-founder of Enneagram Worldwide and the Enneagram Professional Training Program offered by Enneagram Worldwide.

Many thanks to Joy of Wynnewood, PA for providing the information.

(If you want to know more about the worldwide group, click the words Enneagram Worldwide.)

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