The book is packed with information. It succinctly describes the enneagram types, subtypes, wing types, energy centers, and connecting points; most chapters include easy-to-read charts and illustrations summarizing key points. The last two chapters are particularly innovative: one demonstrates how to link the personality and process enneagrams; the other focuses on ways to use the enneagram to become more integrated, creative, and attuned. The appendix includes three tests: two for determining type and one for determining subtype.
But "The Positive Enneagram" does more than simply describe the types. It describes them in a way that makes a persuasive case for seeing them in a positive light (more as "energy types" than "ego types"). It's this dynamic, energy-focused approach that makes the book unique-and that gives it a freshness that will appeal to a variety of readers. (For more info, see my website: www.enneagramdimensions.net).