These pages are offered in joyful celebration of a wonderful tool, symbol, and mystical system called the enneagram. Follow this site (button is at the bottom) to receive email updates as new content is added.
enneagram 101 is an introductory course including the basic principles, descriptions of personality types and wings, levels of balance and more. Read the first nine pages for the basics, then dive into the type descriptions.
I’m always interested in new pictures for enneagram 101. If you have some (royalty free please!) to donate or suggest that you think might fit in, send them along!
prelude: at the coffee shop | nine facets of love | the Law Of Three
how to study the enneagram | some common questions | the basic structure
levels of inner balance | integration and disintegration | wings and notation
intro to type descriptions
type 1 | type 1 with 9 wing | type 1 with 2 wing
type 2 | type 2 with 1 wing | type 2 with 3 wing
type 3 | type 3 with 2 wing | type 3 with 4 wing
type 4 | type 4 with 3 wing | type 4 with 5 wing
type 5 | type 5 with 4 wing | type 5 with 6 wing
type 6 | type 6 with 5 wing | type 6 with 7 wing
type 7 | type 7 with 6 wing | type 7 with 8 wing
type 8 | type 8 with 7 wing | type 8 with 9 wing
type 9 | type 9 with 8 wing | type 9 with 1 wing
another Tuesday morning
intuitive enneagram is about the immediate, real-time, direct perception of the enneagram in ourselves, in other beings, and in the world.
Can a well-asked question
be more powerful than an answer?
Do you have any questions?
[ will there be more questions? ]
person of the moment inquires into the personalities of people who are famous, fictional, or who can be found online.
[ person of the moment will begin when it’s time ]
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A note about updates: In addition to running Intuitive Enneagram, I am also the resident naturalist and property manager at Willowspring, a private nature preserve and retreat center in northwest Oregon. During the spring and summer months I am frequently very busy outdoors, continuing the evolution of our landscape. As a result, updates to this site may be sparse between roughly March and September. During October through February, I usually have much more time to work online, and updates to this site may come more frequently, and in larger chunks.