Personality Types with Wings
The conventional Enneagram assigns one personality type to each numbered point around the circle and allows for an adjacent “wing,” which is optional and which signifies only minor adjustments to the basic personality.
Although the Structural Enneagram adopts the conventional Enneagram practice of calling the secondary number a wing, this model does not recognize a single-number type. Rather, wings are integral to the personality type. Consequently,
Originally Posted by BranchMonkey Section by section:
1) Reading glasses
2) Lens wipes
3) Spiral notebook
4) Several ink pens
5) Blood pressure cuff (wrist)
1) Larger spiral bound flip notebook
2) More pens
3) Spare medication box
4) Thrift store coupon
5) Book markers
1) Small flashlight
2) House and other keys on fob
3) Lined gloves
4) 180 ear muffs
Originally Posted by BranchMonkey
It isn't a quick read for someone who wants to apply it, rather than check it off a "Done" list, so I'm taking my time; letting a portion gel; returning to it, repeat... Don't know when I'll finish with it, and then begin it all over again.
Originally Posted by BranchMonkey My user name came to me while studying neuron branching in the human brain, but any anatomical branching (other animals) would work if the visual effect pleased me.
I always pair my user name with my avatar. I'm using heart images right now but that will change as the first avatar was a mast cell.
Struggling with medication changes; also, the fact that I have two enneagram wings, which some enneagram theories make room for, while MBTI makes no room for any wing; and the most popular for only one.
I feel as though "Healthy" for my type 5 means the two wings: 4 and 6 would, symbolically make for a sound vehicle, while having only one wing would make for what the "tilt" would represent:
Impressive acrobatics but not comfortable over long distances.