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The Enneagram
     

The Enneagram

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by Joseph B Lumpkin
 
We are about to take a journey into the world of the Enneagram. Those with prior knowledge of the Enneagram will instantly notice the fresh approach taken in the pages to come. With a new vantage point comes new information and application.
We will examine basic concepts of psychology with a focus on those ideas of Carl Jung, whose teachings greatly influenced the

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We are about to take a journey into the world of the Enneagram. Those with prior knowledge of the Enneagram will instantly notice the fresh approach taken in the pages to come. With a new vantage point comes new information and application.
We will examine basic concepts of psychology with a focus on those ideas of Carl Jung, whose teachings greatly influenced the founders of the enneagram of today. We will also learn to identify personality types in order to quickly classify basic traits, strengths, and weaknesses. We will look at the hopes, fears, and motives of the personality types as revealed in Enneagram.

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ISBN-13:
9781933580340
Publisher:
Fifth Estate
Publication date:
03/25/2007
Pages:
254
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)

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Guest More than 1 year ago
This is not your common Enneagram book. The information is very good and thought provoking but I am not sure if it is a study in the 'true Enneagram' at all. The basic nine types of the system are covered very well, but there are 3 types added as a kind of expansion to types 2,3, and 4. With the addition of these types the count is brought to 12 types. The 12 types are related directly to stories found in the Bible regarding the 12 tribes of Judah. After the connection is established the author moves on into a depth of description of the types that is hard to match. From childhood to adulthood and in various situations, each type is explored and explained. I really liked the book. Although it is not orthodox Enneagram it added much insight and knowledge to my research.