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    Enneagram is a diagram of a circles consisting of crossing lines that connect nine points. Enneagram is a linkage between Eastern spirituality and Western psychology. In the current days, generally Enneagram is used for self-discovery, understanding personal types and different communicating patterns.

    Enneagram (where "Ennea" stands for nine in Greek and " gram" stands for drawing) defines nine different personality types: (1)Worker, (2) Helper, (3)Motivator,(4) Individualist, (5)Observer, (6)Networker, (7)Visionary, (8)Activator, and (9)Universalist.

    These nine types are then split into group of threes, which are centers of intelligence. The groups are instinctual or gut centre (8-9-1), emotional or heart center (2-3-4), and mental or thinking center (5-6-7).

    Gut centre is based on body, which means he/she has desires to take action.

    Heart center is based on feelings, of which focus on others' needs and attempt to affect others positively.

    Thinking center is based on thoughts, which focus on the insight world of ideas.

    Understanding which Enneagram type you belong to leads you to understand better your personality and how you handle situations in life. For spiritual needs, every different Enneagram type has their own special requirements.

    There are also Tritypes. Your Tritype gives important clues as to what are the needs to live a more meaningful life. Your Tritype shows the unique ways in how you manage your life using different strategies.

    Discover your true self. Being conscious causes you to understand everything that defines you currently is all the works of your mind. You will no longer limit yourself to your shortcomings, background, or environment that surrounds you.

    Enneagram (where "Ennea- stands for nine in Greek and - gram"
    stands for drawing) defines nine different personality types:
    (1)Worker, (2) Helper, (3)Motivator,(4) Individualist, (5)Observer,
    (6)Networker, (7)Visionary, (8)Activator, and (9)Universalist.

    These nine types are then split into group of threes, which are
    centers of intelligence. The groups are instinctual or gut centre (8-
    9-1), emotional or heart center (2-3-4), and mental or thinking
    center (5-6-7).

    Gut centre is based on body, which means he/she has desires to
    take action.

    Heart center is based on feelings, of which focus on others' needs
    and attempt to affect others positively.

    Thinking center is based on thoughts, which focus on the insight
    world of ideas.

    Another Enneagram type comes in each Enneagram type on both
    sides. This type happens because not everyone has distinctive
    Enneagram types. Some people may have traits of both. This type
    is also known as "wings". However, one wing may be dominant
    over the other, expressing its traits more than the adjacent one.

    There are intersecting lines of connection which are also known as
    stress points or security points. This occurs as each Enneagram
    type connects to two other types by lines of connection. These
    intersecting lines represent how each type works socially.

    Enneagram is a new approach for leadership development,
    personal emotional intelligence (EQ) and communication skills.
    Enneagram gives us a clearer way of viewing ourselves, our
    personality as well as ways we handle situations.

    It puts a stop to our own assumptions about ourselves. Enneagram
    is now widely used in business industries, psychotherapy and for
    spirituality use.

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