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|1||Understanding Personality Types||3|
|The Feeling Triad|
|4||Type Two: The Helper||59|
|5||Type Three: The Motivator||95|
|6||Type Four: The Individualist||134|
|The Thinking Triad|
|7||Type Five: The Investigator||173|
|8||Type Six: The Loyalist||216|
|9||Type Seven: The Enthusiast||259|
|The Instinctive Triad|
|10||Type Eight: The Leader||297|
|11||Type Nine: The Peacemaker||338|
|12||Type One: The Reformer||376|
|14||The Theory of the Enneagram||431|
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Posted May 23, 2014
Midnight was wondering what would happen. She started daydreaming about me being destroyed."Midnight,are you ok?",I asked.Midnight answered,"Yeah i'm ok.". We started on the path again. I said,"I think we should get some sleep.". I was really worried about Midnight. I went over to her and slept right beside her. Midnight started having those visions again. I started getting killed by changeling zecora in Midnight's dream."AAAAAAAAAAH BLAZIN!",Midnight yelled when she woke up. "What's wrong?",I asked Midnight. She told me about me getting killed in her nightmare. I said,"I dreamed that u got taken away and killed.". We started to cry and hugged each other. We were glad that didn't really happen. Then we went back to sleep.(Sorry if this was really sad or romantic,because I have a marefriend)Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 18, 2007
Don Riso is one of the key figures and innovators in the field of Enneagram studies. This is not the first of his books (and here he has partnered with Russ Hudson), nor is it the most recent, but it does represent refinement and improvement over his earlier works. There are several other authors who have written books on the Enneagram, but I don't think anyone else has done it as well. Riso is a highly articulate guy who doesn't sugar coat things, and reading his descriptions of personality types such as the average or unhealthy three is a bit unsettling. I'd say he has, for better or worse, great insight into human nature. A minor criticism is that I disagree with his classification of certain famous people, although in most cases he seems to get it right. Anyone interested in personality and human behavior in general will find this a fascinating read.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 24, 2007
Posted April 21, 2003
This enneagram book is the best, it gives a detailed description of each type. After a while, the entire concept is REALLY addictive and u start to analyze everyone! But thats the fun part about it! Im a four wiht a five wing, and just by reading this, I learned SO much about myself, which I have always wanted to do!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 4, 2001
For anyone who is not a mental-health professional, this book is a fantastic chance to peel back the layers of the human psyche (regardless of whether your's, or someone you know.) This philosophy embraced in this book may be regarded as new-age by psychiatrists, but this would be a pitty, it really does work. (and might be an effective way to further help their patients) The book attempts to describe nearly all of the various personality types (not an easy task) and further explains why each personality type is the way it is. Another important thing this book does is to explain the way out of the traps that keep all of us unsatisfied about who we are. Put simply, if you are even remotely struggling with personal issues, and wondering WHY you are the way you are, this book may very well explain EVERYTHING once and for all. It also explains how to overcome those things you do not like about yourself. Most importantly, this book cuts through the lies we tell about ourselves, and shows how strongly we tend to convince ourselves that what we think is wrong with us, is not really the problem. In other words, it exposes the whole ugly truth you have been seeking about what is wrong with you, but refused to believe it. Lastly, this book is extremely useful to get into the head of those you know. For example, you may finally discover why your family members are the way they are. On a personal note, I spent two years working for a control-freak, insanity-inspiring, postal-incident-aggrivating, condescending, boss. This book gave me a clear picture of how the man's mind worked, and shortly put me in controll, allowing me to finally tame the SOB, and to fend off his attacks!!!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 9, 2012
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