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1 Gut (anger) Description 9 Levels of Health Healthy 1 Extraordinarily wise and discerning, humane, inspiring, hopeful. 2 Conscientious, intense sense of right and wrong, rational, reasonable, self-disciplined, moderate in all things. 3 Principled, fair, ethical, personal integrity, higher purpose. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Description 9 Levels of Health Average 4 Idealists dissatisfied with reality, crusaders into “causes”, “you ought to be…” 5 Afraid of making a mistake, orderly yet impersonal, emotionally constricted, self-rigidity, often workaholic, “anal”, punctual, fastidious. 6 Picky, perfectionistic, opinionated, badgering others to do “right” thing, do it “my way”. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Description 9 Levels of Health Unhealthy 7 Dogmatic, intolerant, they alone know “The Truth”. 8 Obsessive about imperfection, hypocritical doing the opposite of what they preach. 9 Condemnatory, cruel to wrongdoers, depression, suicidal. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Description Anger Resentment. Self-justification. Tension and tightness. Outbursts of indignation, followed by the onset of remorse and guilt. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Description Avoidance / Need Anger / Need to be Perfect or to Be Right Richard Rohr CAC.org Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Description Compassion Healthy Humor Justin E. Tomasino Jr. Ph.D. and Inga W. Tomasino Tomasino Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Description Defense Mechanism Reaction formation Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Description Emphasis Community Consistency and firmness Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Description Emphasis Couple Jealousy Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Description Emphasis Personal Worry Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Description Growth Tips 1 Relax, take time for yourself. 2 Although you are a good teacher, don’t expect others to learn/change immediately. 3 Does your self-criticism really help you to improve? 4 Get in touch with feelings, aggression, and sexual impulses, the "messiness" of life. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Description Hiddent Complaint I am right most of the time; would be a better world if my advice was heeded. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Description Mirror/Reaction Unhealthy Criticism / Judgment Justin E. Tomasino Jr. Ph.D. and Inga W. Tomasino Tomasino Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Description Pride Statement I am HARD-WORKING Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Description Trap I must be good and right. No one can judge me as being wrong or bad. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Description Trigger-Anger Unfairness. Irresponsibility. Things being done the wrong way. The flagrant ignoring or disobeying of sound rules. Being unjustly criticized. Being lied to, manipulated, tricked, or unjustly blamed. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Description Trigger-Reactivity Someone drops the ball, leaving ONE responsible. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Description Virtue / Vice Tranquility, Serenity, Wisdom / Anger Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
2 Heart (shame) Description 9 Levels of Health Healthy 1 Humble, deeply unselfish, altruistic, privilege to be in the lives of other. 2 Empathetic, compassionate, thoughtful, warm-hearted, forgiving, sincere. 3 Encouraging and appreciative, sees good in others, service is important while taking care of self; truly loving. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Description 9 Levels of Health Average 4 People-pleasing, overly friendly, emotionally demonstrative, good intentions, seductive, flattery, talks about Love constantly. 5 Overly intimate, meddle in the name of love. 6 Feel indispensable, self-important, martyr for others, patronizing. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Description 9 Levels of Health Unhealthy 7 Manipulative, self-serving, instilling guilt, undermine people, make belittling remarks. 8 Domineering, coercive, entitled to get what they want, sexual favors. 9 Victimized, resentful, angry, chronic health problems due to somatization of their aggressions, histrionic personality disorder. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Description Anger Intense, often sudden, emotional outbursts. Accusatory. Crying. Anger that then manifests as withdrawal and withholding. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Description Avoidance / Need Own needs / Need to be Needed Richard Rohr CAC.org Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Description Compassion Healthy Understanding Justin E. Tomasino Jr. Ph.D. and Inga W. Tomasino Tomasino Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Description Defense Mechanism Repression Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Description Emphasis Community Ambition Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Description Emphasis Couple Aggression/Seduction Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Description Emphasis Personal Privilege - Me First Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Description Growth Tips 1 Address your own needs before you address others’. 2 Instead of offering help to others, first ask them what they really need, or if they want any help. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Description Hiddent Complaint I love you more than you love me. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Description Mirror/Reaction Unhealthy Neediness Justin E. Tomasino Jr. Ph.D. and Inga W. Tomasino Tomasino Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Description Pride Statement I am HELPFUL Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Description Trap I must give perpetually to others. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Description Trigger-Anger Feeling unappreciated or uncared for. Not being thanked for all that is given. Feeling controlled. Having unmet personal needs and wants, when having given others so much. Being rejected. Treated as despensable and unnecesary. Being blocked from giving. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Description Trigger-Reactivity They give and give and end up not feeling appreciated. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Description Virtue / Vice Humility / Pride Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
3 Heart (shame) Description 9 Levels of Health Healthy 1 Self-accepting, inner-directed, fullness of heart, gentle and benevolent. 2 Energetic, competent with high self-esteem, adaptable, desirable, charming. 3 A human ideal, highly effective in motivating others to be like themselves. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Description 9 Levels of Health Average 4 Highly concerned with their performance, terrified of failure, social climber. 5 Pragmatic, efficient, premeditated, image-conscious, intimacy problems, phony. 6 Self-promoting, “look at me”, arrogance Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Description 9 Levels of Health Unhealthy 7 Strong fear of failure, “whatever it takes”, illusion of superiority. 8 Devious, deceptive, betraying others to secure triumph. 9 Narcissistic, psychopathic Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Description Anger Impatience, irritability. The pressuring of others. Getting demanding. Occasional outbursts of hostility. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Description Avoidance / Need Failure / Need to Succeed Richard Rohr CAC.org Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Description Compassion Healthy Warmth Justin E. Tomasino Jr. Ph.D. and Inga W. Tomasino Tomasino Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Description Defense Mechanism Identification Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Description Emphasis Community Prestige Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Description Emphasis Couple Masculinity/Femininity Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Description Emphasis Personal Security Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Description Growth Tips 1 Be honest with yourself and others about your genuine feelings and needs. 2 Appreciate others, take breaks, develop social awareness. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Description Hiddent Complaint I am superior, others are jealous of me. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Description Mirror/Reaction Unhealthy Striving Justin E. Tomasino Jr. Ph.D. and Inga W. Tomasino Tomasino Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Description Pride Statement I am SUCCESSFUL Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Description Trap I must accomplish and succeed. I cannot be a failure. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Description Trigger-Anger Obstacles that get in the way of the goal. Anything or anyone that threatens or thwarts progress and our ability to get completion. Indecisiveness. Inefficientcy. Criticism. Not being recognized or applauded when it's due. An insut to the image that's been constructed and wanting to be projected to others. Failing. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Description Trigger-Reactivity They've worked themselves to the bone and their colleague gets recognized instead. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Description Virtue / Vice Truthfulness / Deceit Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
4 Heart (shame) Description 9 Levels of Health Healthy 1 Profoundly creative, inspired, self-renewing, self-creative. 2 Self-aware, aware of feelings, sensitive to self and others, gentle, tactful, compassionate. 3 Individualistic, self-revealing, serious and funny, vulnerable and emotionally strong. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Description 9 Levels of Health Average 4 Artistic or romantic attitude towards life, creates an aesthetically environment to cultivate and prolong personal feelings. 5 Interiorize everything, takes everything personally, self-absorbed, withdraw to process feelings. 6 Moody, shy, different from others, melancholy dreamers, decadent and sensual, living in a fantasy world. Self-pity and envy, effete. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Description 9 Levels of Health Unhealthy 7 Angry at self when dreams fail, depressed, alienated, emotionally paralyzed, unable to function. 8 Delusional self-contempt, self-hatred, morbid thoughts, blame those who try to help them. 9 Self-destructive, emotional breakdowns, depression, suicide. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Description Anger Fiery outbursts or dissolving into tears. Lamenting or complaining. Moodiness, passive-aggressiveness, and even depression. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Description Avoidance / Need Ordinariness / Need to be Special Richard Rohr CAC.org Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Description Compassion Healthy Gratitude Justin E. Tomasino Jr. Ph.D. and Inga W. Tomasino Tomasino Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Description Defense Mechanism Artificial Sublimation Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Description Emphasis Community Shame Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Description Emphasis Couple Competition Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Description Emphasis Personal Reckless, Defensive Action Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Description Growth Tips 1 Realize: you are not your feelings, though your feelings do tell you something about yourself. 2 Avoid waiting for the “right mood”. 3 Even though you are not “together”, take courage to do life, even in small steps. 4 Avoid lengthy conversations in your imagination. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Description Hiddent Complaint I am different from others; I feel I don’t really fit in. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Description Mirror/Reaction Unhealthy Special / Unique Justin E. Tomasino Jr. Ph.D. and Inga W. Tomasino Tomasino Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Description Pride Statement I am UNIQUE Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Description Trap I must feel special, unique, or complete. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Description Trigger-Anger People that disappoint us. People that let us down. People that leave us, and leave us feeling abandoned. Feeling unheard, unseen, and unimportant. Feeling slighted, invisible, rejected,and unwanted. Feeling misunderstood and not enough. Phoniness. Insincerity. Meaninglessness. Ugliness. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Description Trigger-Reactivity Something is less than the ideal they expected, imagined, or fantasized about. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Description Virtue / Vice Balance, Equanimity / Envy Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
5 Head (anxiety) Description 9 Levels of Health Healthy 1 Visionaries, open-minded, pioneer discoveries and find new ways to do and perceive things. 2 Extraordinary insight and concentration. 3 Highly independent, idiosyncratic and whimsical. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Description 9 Levels of Health Average 4 Studious, acquiring technique, become specialized and “intellectual”, challenges accepted ways of doing. 5 Detached as they involve with complicated ideas or imaginary worlds. Detached although high-strung and intense. 6 Antagonistic towards what interferes with their vision. Cynical and argumentative. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Description 9 Levels of Health Unhealthy 7 Become reclusive and isolated from reality, eccentric, nihilistic. Unstable and fearful of aggressions. 8 Obsessed yet frightened and horrified by their threatening ideas. 9 Suicidal, psychotic, deranged, schizoid avoidant. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Description Anger Self-containment, withdrawing, and withholding. Tension, arrogance, and/or disapproval. Short burts of temper followed by isolation. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Description Avoidance / Need Uselessness / Need to Perceive Richard Rohr CAC.org Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Description Compassion Healthy Openness Justin E. Tomasino Jr. Ph.D. and Inga W. Tomasino Tomasino Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Description Defense Mechanism Compartmentalization Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Description Emphasis Community Totems, Identifying with "Those who Know" Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Description Emphasis Couple Confidence Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Description Emphasis Personal "Home as Castle" Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Description Growth Tips 1 Notice when your thinking/speculating takes you away from others. 2 You are intense – seek healthy ways to calm down – exercise, meditation, yoga, dancing, rather than drugs or alcohol. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Description Hiddent Complaint I am so smart others can’t understand what I know. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Description Mirror/Reaction Unhealthy Withdrawal Justin E. Tomasino Jr. Ph.D. and Inga W. Tomasino Tomasino Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Description Pride Statement I am KNOWING Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Description Trap I must be self-sufficient, independent, and knowledgeable. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Description Trigger-Anger Being considered not smart or factually incorrect. People not interested in the information that we have to share. Demands placed on us from others, espcially emotional ones or those that infringe on our privated time. An overloading of emotional input. Too much stimulation. Intrusions that might tire us. Needing time alone and that being disrupted. Not being able to restore our energy as needed. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Description Trigger-Reactivity Someone is not interested in the information they are about to share and instead wants to talk about something percieved as useless or too personal. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Description Virtue / Vice Wisdom, Detachment / Greed, Stinginess Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
6 Head (anxiety) Description 9 Levels of Health Healthy 1 Trusting of self and others, independent yet cooperative as an equal. Belief in self leads to courage, positive thinking, leadership, and rich self-expression. 2 Appealing, endearing, lovable, affectionate, bonds with others. 3 Community builders, trustworthy, sacrificing. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Description 9 Levels of Health Average 4 Invests time and energy into what is safe and stable. Look to authority for security, vigilant, anticipating problems. 5 Passive-aggressive to resist demands made on them. Evasive, indecisive, cautious, gives “mixed signals”. Internal confusion. 6 Sarcastic, blaming, you are friend or enemy. Fear-instilling in others so as to quiet their own internal fears. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Description 9 Levels of Health Unhealthy 7 Panicky, volatile, self-disparaging, inferior feelings. Seeks strong authority/belief to resolve all their problems. Berates others. 8 Feels persecuted, Fanatical, violent, hysterical, self-destructive, suicidal. 9 Alcoholism, overdosing, “skid row”, paranoid personality disorder. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Description Anger Wit. Sarcasm. Biting remarks. Getting accusatory and blaming. Defensive lashing out, projections, subverted defiance. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Description Avoidance / Need Deviance / Need to be Certain/Secure Richard Rohr CAC.org Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Description Compassion Healthy Courage Justin E. Tomasino Jr. Ph.D. and Inga W. Tomasino Tomasino Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Description Defense Mechanism Projection Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Description Emphasis Community Duty Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Description Emphasis Couple Strength/Beauty Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Description Emphasis Personal Warmth/Affection Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Description Growth Tips 1 Remember everyone has anxiety, so explore it, be comfortable with it, harness it for good. 2 Identify why you overact. 3 Realize that your fears typically don’t come true. 4 Work on becoming more trusting. 5 Tell people what you feel about them; few people are out to get you. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Description Hiddent Complaint I am dependable and follow orders, although others don’t. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Description Mirror/Reaction Unhealthy Cynicism Justin E. Tomasino Jr. Ph.D. and Inga W. Tomasino Tomasino Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Description Pride Statement I am LOYAL Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Description Trap I must question what can go wrong to gain certainty. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Description Trigger-Anger All failures of trust and untrustworthiness. Betrayal. Being cornered. Being controlled or feeling overpowered. Interactions with others that feel too unreliable or that feel unsafe. Discrepancies in other's speech or behavior and insoncistencies. Being accused of something unfairly and/or wrongfully. Others' lack of responsiveness. Giving others warnings and advice that they do not take seriously. Lack of respect and/or lack of integrity as seen in others. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Description Trigger-Reactivity Someone is untrustworthy, or taking advantage of their kindness and loyalty. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Description Virtue / Vice Courage / Fear Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
7 Head (anxiety) Description 9 Levels of Health Healthy 1 Assimilate experiences in depth. Grateful and appreciative, awed by simple wonders of life, joyous, ecstatic. 2 Everything is invigorating, lively, vivacious, cheerful. 3 Multi-talented, practical, productive, prolific, cross-fertilizing areas of interest. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Description 9 Levels of Health Average 4 Restlessness requires them to have more options. Adventurous, “worldly-wise”, latest trends. 5 Hyperactive, uninhibited doing, storytelling, flamboyant exaggerations, fear of boredom, many ideas without follow-through. 6 Conspicuous consumption, excess, materialistic, greedy, demanding, pushy, addictive, insensitive. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Description 9 Levels of Health Unhealthy 7 Desperate to quell anxieties, impulsive, infantile, don’t know when to stop; debauched, depraved, offensive, abusive. 8 Out of control, erratic mood swings, flight from self. 9 Claustrophobic, panic-stricken, deep depression/despair, overdoes, impulsive suicide, bipolar or histrionic personality disorder. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Description Anger Curt and dismissive. Brief and to the point. Short-lived, but intense. Episodic. Impetuous. Demanding of others - "bitching." David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Description Avoidance / Need Emotional pain / Need to Avoid Pain Richard Rohr CAC.org Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Description Compassion Healthy Patience Justin E. Tomasino Jr. Ph.D. and Inga W. Tomasino Tomasino Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Description Defense Mechanism Rationalization Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Description Emphasis Community Limits and Obligations Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Description Emphasis Couple Being with People of Like-Mind Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Description Emphasis Personal Savoring Life Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Description Growth Tips 1 Recognize your impulsiveness; observe it rather than yielding to it. This allows you to focus on what is really good for you. 2 Learn to listen to people; they may be interesting and have new ideas to benefit you. 3 Choose quality of experiences over quantity. 4 Develop appreciation of silence and solitude. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Description Hiddent Complaint I am happy, but would be happier if I get everything I want. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Description Mirror/Reaction Unhealthy Immaturity Justin E. Tomasino Jr. Ph.D. and Inga W. Tomasino Tomasino Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Description Pride Statement I am NICE Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Description Trap I must keep life upbeat, full of possibility, and stimulating. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Description Trigger-Anger Constraints or limits that privent us from getting or doing what we want. People that get stuck, are unhappy, depressed, or others-blaming. Bebbie-downer attitudes and those who lay trips on us. Feeling trapped. Feeling restricted. Beholden to others when we want to take off and be free. Getting bored. Things that are too tedious or a total hassle. Being told what to do. Being tol, "You can't..." David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Description Trigger-Reactivity They can't go and do what they want to, and they feel trapped. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Description Virtue / Vice Gradititude, Sobriety / Gluttony, Over-Indulgence Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
8 Gut (anger) Description 9 Levels of Health Healthy 1 Amazing self-control, magnanimous, courageous, puts self in serious jeopardy to achieve good for others, heroic, historical greatness. 2 Self-assertive, self-confident, strong, “can do” attitude. 3 Commanding, champion of people, honorable. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Description 9 Levels of Health Average 4 Self-sufficiency, financial independence, enterprising, “rugged individualist”, wheeler-dealer, denies own emotional needs. 5 Swaggering, boastful, “boss” whose word is law. 6 Combative, intimidating to get their way, threatening, bullying. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Description 9 Levels of Health Unhealthy 7 Ruthless, dictatorial, criminal, renegade, violent, con-artist. 8 Delusional about self, invincible, megalomania, reckless, omnipotent. 9 Destroyer of what is in their way, vengeful, sociopathic, murderous. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Description Anger Powerful anger expressed in a driect, confrontational style or an armored withdrawal. "Balancing the books" and getting revenge. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Description Avoidance / Need Weakness / Need to be Against Richard Rohr CAC.org Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Description Compassion Healthy Generosity/Service Justin E. Tomasino Jr. Ph.D. and Inga W. Tomasino Tomasino Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Description Defense Mechanism Denial Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Description Emphasis Community Friendship Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Description Emphasis Couple Possession/Surrender Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Description Emphasis Personal Satisfactory Survival Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Description Growth Tips 1 Find calm ways to express your anger. When bothered and you need to make a statement – wait a couple of days or hours first. 2 EIGHTs like to control, but the highest form of health for an EIGHT is SELF-control. 3 EIGHTs are most powerful when they withhold using power – think of Jesus on the cross – in this moment he appeared to be a failure and weak, but later this act was seen as his supreme act of strength. Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Description Hiddent Complaint Others may take advantage of me if I let them. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Description Mirror/Reaction Unhealthy Revenge Justin E. Tomasino Jr. Ph.D. and Inga W. Tomasino Tomasino Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Description Pride Statement I am POWERFUL Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Description Trap I must be strong and just. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Description Trigger-Anger Deceit. Manipulation. People who won't stand up for themselves. Indirectness or beating around the bush. Liars. People that we perceive as fake. People that don't have our backs. Weakness. Boundaries or rules that are too constraining. People abusing their power and that need to be pu in their place. Injustice and unfairness. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Description Trigger-Reactivity They see someone getting overpowered and bullied who cannot protect themselves. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Description Virtue / Vice Protector, Simplicity / Lust, Arrogance Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
9 Gut (anger) Description 9 Levels of Health Healthy 1 Autonomous and fulfilled, great equanimity and contentment, at one with self, intensely alive to self and others. 2 Receptive, emotionally stable, trusting, innocent, good-natured, unpretentious, nice. 3 Supportive, healing and calming influence on others, mediator. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Description 9 Levels of Health Average 4 Self-effacing, “going along”, says “yes” inauthentically. 5 Active yet disengaged, unreflective, inattentive, does not want to be affected, sweeps problems under the rug, indifference. 6 Minimizes problems to appease others, “peace at any price”, stubborn, wants magical solution, others frustrated due to their procrastination. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Description 9 Levels of Health Unhealthy 7 Highly repressed, undeveloped, incapable of facing problems, neglectful and dangerous to others. 8 Disassociates to becoming numb. 9 Severely disoriented and catatonic, multiple personality disorder possible, schizoid. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Description Anger Passive aggression, including stubbornness and outright but suberted resistance. Complaining. Occasionally "boiling over" and exploding. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Description Avoidance / Need Conflict / Need to be Avoid Richard Rohr CAC.org Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Description Compassion Healthy Acceptance Justin E. Tomasino Jr. Ph.D. and Inga W. Tomasino Tomasino Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Description Defense Mechanism Narcosis, go numb Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Description Emphasis Community Participation Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Description Emphasis Couple Union Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Description Emphasis Personal Appetite Margaret Frings Keyes Working Through Your Shadow Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Description Growth Tips 1 Will acquiescing to others’ needs satisfy you with the relationships you really want? 2 Recognize your aggression, anxieties, and other negative feelings you have put aside. 3 Examine your failed relationships/marriage – how did you contribute to that? This is a painful exercise because you care deeply for those who have hurt you. 4 Express your rage in your imagination until you have released the blockages. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Description Hiddent Complaint I’m content with the way things are, although others pressure me to change. Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Description Mirror/Reaction Unhealthy Inferiority Justin E. Tomasino Jr. Ph.D. and Inga W. Tomasino Tomasino Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Description Pride Statement I am OKAY Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Description Trap I must get along and blend in and not be too much trouble for anyone. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Description Trigger-Anger Being treated as not important or invidible. Feeling controlled or pushed to do something by others. Being "force" to face conflict, state an opinion we don't want to state, and/or feeling pushed into making decisions. Saying "yes" to something we really don't want to say "yes" to. Disharmony. Angry people. Mean and pushy people. Confrontation and disruption. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Description Trigger-Reactivity They are pushed to do something they don't want to do, yet they don't want to, nor can they find a way, to say 'no'. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Description Virtue / Vice Patience, Diligence / Sloth, Laziness Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar female Healthy Ayn Rand, Russian-American philosopher and author of Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead (1905-1982) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar female Average Bree Van De Kamp (Desperate Housewives) Marcia Cross Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar female Healthy Hilary Clinton Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar female Average Lucy van Pelt (Charlie Brown) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar female Average Martha Stewart Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar female Healthy Mary Poppins (Mary Poppins) Julie Andrews Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar female Healthy Michelle Obama Elizabeth Wagele Elizabeth Wagele Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar female Healthy Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Justice Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar female Healthy Sandra Day O’Connor, Justice Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Healthy Atticus Finch (To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee) Gregory Peck Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Average Jack Byrnes (Meet the Parents, 2000) Robert DeNiro Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Average John Paul II (1920-2005) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Unhealthy Mike Pence Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Average Mr. Spock (Star Trek) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Healthy Nelson Mandela (1918-2013) Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Unhealthy Osama bin Laden (1957-2011) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Average Rabbit (Winnie the Pooh) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Unhealthy Rudy Giuliani Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Confucius (c. 500 BCE) Richard Rohr CAC.org Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Ignatius Loyola, founder of Jesuits (1491-1556) Richard Rohr CAC.org Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Joan of Arc (d. 1431) Richard Rohr CAC.org Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Mahatma Gandhi (1883-1944) Richard Rohr CAC.org Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar spiritual Healthy Martin Luther O.S.A (1483-1546) German Augustinian priest and monk, professor of theology, author, composer. Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Exemplar Spiritual Average Paul the Apostle (1st century) Richard Rohr CAC.org Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
2 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Unhealthy Alex Forrest (Fatal Attraction, 1987) Glenn Close Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Healthy Emma Woodhouse (Emma, by Jane Austen) Anya Taylor-Joy Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Average Gabrielle Solis (Desperate Housewives, Netflix) Eva Longoria Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Average Monica Lewinsky Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Healthy Nancy Reagan Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Unhealthy Bill Cosby Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Average Dr. McCoy (Star Trek) DeForest Kelley Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Healthy Joe Biden, President Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Healthy John Denver (1943-1997) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Healthy Journey, Music of Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Average Kanga (Winnie the Pooh) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Healthy Peeta Mellark (The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins) Josh Hutcherson Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Healthy Richard Simmons Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Average Samwise Gamgee (Lord of the Rings) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2w1 Heart (shame) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Desmond Tutu, Bishop Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy John the Apostle (beloved disciple) (1st century) Richard Rohr CAC.org Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Exemplar Spiritual Average Martha (Luke 10:38-42) Richard Rohr CAC.org Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Mary Magdalene (1st century) Richard Rohr CAC.org Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Healthy Madonna Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Healthy Nancy Pelosi Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Healthy Oprah Winfrey Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Average Patsy Walker (Marvel TV show, Jessica Jones' sister) Rachel Taylor Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Healthy Reese Witherspoon Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Average Scarlett O'Hara (Gone with with Wind, 1939) Vivien Leigh Judith Searle JudithSearle.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Healthy Taylor Swift Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Unhealthy Whitney Houston (1963-2012) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Average Arnold Schwarzenegger Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Healthy Bill Clinton, U.S. president 1993-2001 Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Healthy Emmanuel Macron, President of France Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Healthy Justin Bieber Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Healthy Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Average Lance Armstrong Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Average Muhammed Ali (1942-2016) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Unhealthy O.J. Simpson Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Average Roo (Winnie the Pooh) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Average Tom Cruise Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Healthy Trevor Noah Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Dorothy Day (1897-1980) Richard Rohr CAC.org Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar Spiritual Average Jacob (c. 1800-1600 BCE). Jacob, a "civilized man," is the favorite of his mother, Rebekah, while his father, Isaac, prefers the rough hunter Esau. One evening Jacob exploits his brother's fatigue and hunger to buy his right of primogeniture, on which everything depended in the Orient at that time, for a dish of lentils. When his blind father is on his deathbed, with Rebekah's help Jacob gets his father's blessing by cheating. He pretends to be Esau, and by the time his brother comes home, Isaac's blessing has already been given. Jacob has to flee from Esau's wrath to his uncle Laban in Haran. During the flight he has a dream in which he sees the heavens open and God's angels going up and down. The ladder or staircase as a symbol of ascent and descent is a message every THREE can understand. Richard Rohr CAC.org Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar Spiritual Unhealthy Judas Iscariot (1st century), Widespread theory is that Judas betrayed Jesus to compel him to act; forcing him finally to seize power as Messiah. When he realized that his calculation had gone wrong, he saw no way out except suicide. His greed for money (money as a symbol of success) fits into this picture. Richard Rohr CAC.org Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Exemplar Spiritual Average Pilate (1st century). A career politician, Pilate was convinced of Jesus' innocence. But a just judgment might have been harmful to his professional future. In the hearing he posed the THREE's question, "What is truth?" (John 18:38). He sees right through the game, but he plays along wit it, because he never makes the breakthrough from the lie to the truth that meets him in Jesus of Nazareth. Richard Rohr CAC.org Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Healthy Anne Frank (1929-1945) Richard Rohr CAC.org Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Healthy Anne Rice (1941- ) Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Healthy Bay Kennish (Switched at Birth, Netflix) Vanessa Marano Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Healthy Billie Elish Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Average Clementine (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) Kate Winslet Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Healthy Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Unhealthy Judy Garland (1922-1969) Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Healthy Lady Gaga (1986- ) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar female Healthy Virginia Wolf (1882-1941) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Healthy Cat Stevens (Yusuf Islam) (1948- ) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Healthy Chopin, Frédéric (1810-1849) Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Average Edgar Alan Poe (1809-1849) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Average Eeyore (Winnie the Pooh) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4w3 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Average Freddie Mercury (1946-1991) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Healthy Jackson Pollock (1912-1956) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Average Johnny Depp (1963- ) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Average Michael Jackson (1958-2009) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Healthy Salinger, J.D. (Catcher in the Rye, 1951) (1919-2010) Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar male Healthy Tchaikovsky, Pyotr I. (1840-1893) Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Hebrew Prophets (Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, etc.) Richard Rohr CAC.org Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Joseph (c. 1700-1600 BCE) Richard Rohr CAC.org Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Rumi, Sufi mystic and poet (1207-1273) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Song of Songs, author of (c. 1000 BCE) Richard Rohr CAC.org Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Thomas Merton, Trappist monk (1915-1968) Richard Rohr CAC.org Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
5 Head (anxiety) Exemplar female Healthy Agatha Christie (1890-1976) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5w6 Head (anxiety) Exemplar female Healthy Jodie Foster Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5w6 Head (anxiety) Exemplar male Healthy Albert Einstein (1879-1955) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5w6 Head (anxiety) Exemplar male Average Bill Gates Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Exemplar male Average Dexter Morgan (Dexter, Netflix) Michael Hall Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Exemplar male Average Fox Mulder (X Files) David Duchovny Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Exemplar male Unhealthy Hannibal Lecter (Silence of the Lambs) Anthony Hopkins Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Exemplar male Average Mark Zuckerberg Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Exemplar male Average Owl (Winnie the Pooh) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179) Richard Rohr CAC.org Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Mary, Mother of Jesus (Magnificat, Luke 1:26-55) Richard Rohr CAC.org Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Siddhartha Gautama aka Buddha (5th century BCE) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Thomas Aquinas, theologian, Doctor of church (1225-1274) Richard Rohr CAC.org Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Thomas the Apostle (1st century) Richard Rohr CAC.org Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
6 Head (anxiety) Exemplar female Healthy Anne Hathaway Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Exemplar female Healthy Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Exemplar female Healthy Rosa Parks (1913-2005) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Exemplar male Healthy Andy Rooney (1919-2011) writer at 60 Minutes 1978-2011 Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Exemplar male Healthy David Letterman Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Exemplar male Healthy George H.W. Bush (father) 1924-2018, U.S. president 1989-1993 Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Exemplar male Healthy Jay Leno Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Exemplar male Average Piglet (Winnie the Pooh) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Exemplar male Average Richard Nixon (1913-1994) U.S president 1969-1974 Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Oscar Romero (1917-1980) Richard Rohr CAC.org Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Peter the Apostle (counter phobic) Richard Rohr CAC.org Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Timothy the Apostle (1st century) Richard Rohr CAC.org Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
7 Head (anxiety) Exemplar female Average Cameron Diaz Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Exemplar female Average Midge Maisel (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Netflix) Rachel Brosnahan Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Exemplar female Average Miley Cyrus Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Exemplar female Average Mrs. Doubtfire (Robin Williams) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Exemplar male Unhealthy John Belushi (1949-1982). Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Exemplar male Average Robin Williams (1951-2014) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Exemplar male Average The Riddler (Batman TV series) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Exemplar male Average Tigger (Winnie the Pooh) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Exemplar male Average Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Francis of Assisi (d. 1226) Richard Rohr CAC.org Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Exemplar Spiritual Average King Solomon (c. 1000 BCE) Richard Rohr CAC.org Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
8 Gut (anger) Exemplar female Average Jessica Jones (Marvel TV show) Krysten Ritter Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Exemplar female Average Rosie O’Donnell Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Unhealthy Donald Trump (U.S president 2016-2020) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Unhealthy Fidel Castro (1926-2016) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Average James Bond (Sean Connery) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Average John Wayne (1907-1979) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Healthy Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Average Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Unhealthy Saddam Hussein (1937-2006) Iraqi president 1979-2003 Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Healthy Senator John McCain (1936-2018) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Unhealthy Vladimir Putin, President of Russia 2012- Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Deborah, prophet (c. 1200-1000 BCE) Richard Rohr CAC.org Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Hannah, mother of Samuel (c. 1100 BCE) Richard Rohr CAC.org Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Exemplar Spiritual Average King David (reign c. 1010–970 BCE) Richard Rohr CAC.org Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Samson (c. 1200-1000 BCE) Richard Rohr CAC.org Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
9 Gut (anger) Exemplar female Healthy Marge Simpson (The Simpsons) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Exemplar female Healthy Queen Elizabeth II Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Healthy Barack Obama, U.S. president 2009-2017 (1961- ) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Healthy George W. Bush (son), U.S president 2001-2009 Riso-Hudson EnneagramInstitute.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Healthy Mister Rogers (1928-2003) Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Exemplar male Average Winnie the Pooh Paul Paiva CoCreativeIntimacy.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Exemplar Spiritual Average Jonah, prophet (c. 786-746 BCE) Richard Rohr CAC.org Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Exemplar Spiritual Healthy Pope John XXIII (papacy 1958-1963) Richard Rohr CAC.org Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
1 Gut (anger) Gender Core NEUTRAL > Masculine. Pleasure, spontaneity, emotions, and sexual desire are censored, so that DUTY and what is appropriate can prevail. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Gender Female AGAINST societal mandate that women not express anger. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Gender Male COMPLIANT with societal mandate that men are permitted to express anger. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
2 Heart (shame) Gender Core FEMALE. Others before self, responsive, connection-oriented. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Gender Female COMPLIANT with societal mandate to be giving, self-sacrificing, loving, caring, and connection-oriented. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Gender Male AGAINST societal mandate for men. Assertive giving and assertive caring. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
3 Heart (shame) Gender Core MALE. Assertive, feeling-avoidant yet connection-sensitive. Winner, champion, hero. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Gender Female AGAINST societal norms for women, contributing to self-deception tendency. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Gender Male COMPLIANT with relational complications. Slow down and listen to and meet others at their level. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
4 Heart (shame) Gender Core FEMALE. Emotional drama, peacocking, glamourizing, beautifying. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Gender Female COMPLIANT with societal norms, allowing "Drama Queen" and introspection. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Gender Male AGAINST societal norms, becoming "closet 4s" in attempt to hide sensitivity and strong feelings. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
5 Head (anxiety) Gender Core MALE. Left-brained, analytical, rational, knowledge-seeking. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Gender Female AGAINST societal norms, appearing aloof, not enough display of feelings and emotional connection. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Gender Male COMPLIANT with societal norms. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
6 Head (anxiety) Gender Core NEUTRAL. Competitive and cooperative. Defiant and compliant. Based more on INSTINCT rather than gender. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Gender Female COMPLIANT expresses beauty. More for Phobic. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Gender Male COMPLAINT expresses strength. More for Counter-Phobic. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
7 Head (anxiety) Gender Core NEUTRAL > Masculine. Imagination and planning with no limits. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Gender Female AGAINST societal norms, to achieve balance between assertive and receptive energies. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Gender Male COMPLIANT when seeking life, aggression, adventure, their version of success. HARDER to achieve gender balance for males. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
8 Gut (anger) Gender Core MALE. Aggressive, competitive, confrontative, power, action. Healthy 8s will recognize tenderness and vulnerability as power. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Gender Female AGAINST societal norms. Female 8s are expected to access relationships, connection, and feelings, yet this is a struggle. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Gender Male COMPLIANT - it is ok to be a macho man in most cultures. Often emotionally unskillful. School of "hard knocks" and "tough love". David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
9 Gut (anger) Gender Core NEUTRAL > Feminine. Other-awareness, thoughfulness, calmness, approachability. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Gender Female COMPLIANT with societal norms, often mistyped as the quintessentially feminine 2. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Gender Male AGAINST societal norms, often being labeled passive, slow to the punch, indecisive, conciliatory. David Daniels, S. Dion DrDavidDaniels.com Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
1 Gut (anger) Geography Country England - The archetype of the conservative, polite, prim and proper, coolly distanced English society. Also the stingy Scot. Beth Kuper Enneagram Coach Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Geography Country Switzerland - Clocks, banks, cleanliness. Richard Rohr CAC.org Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
2 Heart (shame) Geography Country Italy - Attention, helpfulness. Eat, eat, have another meatball! Richard Rohr CAC.org Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
3 Heart (shame) Geography Country China Richard Rohr CAC.org Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Geography Country United States - Climbing the ladder of success is the sole focus of many. Deceit is rampant in our CEOs, bishops, and presidents. Pragmatic, successful, without much depth. Affluence abounds as so does superficiality. Richard Rohr CAC.org Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
4 Heart (shame) Geography City Santa Fe, New Mexico. It's motto is "The City Different," unique, artistic, special, ancient, cultural. Beth Kuper Enneagram Coach Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Geography Country France - Haute cusine and haute coutre. The French refuse to be like other countries. Everything is "high" or unusual. They are refined, cultivated, and somewhat elitist. Richard Rohr CAC.org Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
5 Head (anxiety) Geography Country Antarctica Richard Rohr CAC.org Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Geography Country Finland Richard Rohr CAC.org Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
6 Head (anxiety) Geography Country Germany - The stereotype is "Achtung!" while clicking your heels together. This is a contraphobic way of reacting, the artificial self-assuredness behind which really lies uncertainty. The acceptance of German orders in WW Two was "just doing their duty" in response to fear. Cardinal Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI) is German. His goal is that no one deviates from the prescribed norms. Richard Rohr CAC.org Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
7 Head (anxiety) Geography Country Brazil Richard Rohr CAC.org Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Geography Country Ireland - Every fourth house in Ireland is a pub. The Irish wake is singing and dancing in the face of death. When the Irish face pain they pat you on your shoulder and fill you with blarney. They serve whiskey at 9am. No effort is spared to make the day merry. Richard Rohr CAC.org Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
8 Gut (anger) Geography Country Ancient Rome Richard Rohr CAC.org Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Geography Country Russia Richard Rohr CAC.org Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Geography Country Spain - Bullfighting, the intense arousal of flamenco dancing, the inquisition. Beth Kuper Enneagram Coach Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
9 Gut (anger) Geography Country Greece Richard Rohr CAC.org Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
9 Gut (anger) Geography Country India Richard Rohr CAC.org Withdrawn (4-5-9) Positive (2-7-9) Attachment (3-6-9)
1 Gut (anger) Metaphor Animal-Compulsive Unhealthy TERRIERs are little dogs that can inflict terror. They bite first and then bark. They are never sure the other is an adversary but they bite first just in case. They are never at rest but are always worrying about whatever is going on around them. They do tend to overestimate themselves in setting things right. Because ONEs impose their own standards of perfection on others they tend to make it their business "to snap at heels" by pointing out what isn't being done right. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Metaphor Animal-Redeemed Healthy ANTS are extremely industrious and well-organized to achieve a purpose. Each has its specific job to do. They are able to life immense loads many times their wight. They communicate only at close range by touching antennae. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Metaphor Color Healthy ONEs are like SILVER; their personalities are like brilliant reflected light; they have a clear, sharp presence. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Metaphor Color Healthy SILVER is a cool, sober, and clear color. It represents moonlight, which gets its brightness from the sun (the higher ideal). Like the mild silvery glow of moonlight, the redeemed ONE stands for change and growth. Richard Rohr CAC.org Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
1 Gut (anger) Metaphor Spirituality Healthy Like ANTs, redeemed ONEs are well-organized: they know what needs to be done and readily cooperate with others to bring things into being. The communicate at close range by inviting people to the ideal rather than shoving or pressuring. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Compliant (1-2-6) Competent (1-3-5) Frustration (1-4-7)
2 Heart (shame) Metaphor Animal-Compulsive Unhealthy CATs come up and rub against a person until they are satisfied and then stroll away. They may turn on the person, however, if he or she gets too close. Cats are sneaky and creep up from behind a corner. They love to stare at a person but don't like to be stared at. Like cats, TWOs are affectionate but carry an air of independence in not letting another serve them. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Metaphor Animal-Redeemed Healthy IRISH SETTERS are warm in color and the gloss on their coat attracts notice. They exude a real warmth and remeber people they like. They are extremely loyal and rarely greet anyone with animosity. They are "emotionally" effusive, overjoyed to see another and they can lick a person to death. They are always ready to follow a friend. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Metaphor Color Healthy RED is the heart color, the color of warmth, feeling, and intensity. On the other hand, there are many places where red cannot be seen; darkness causes it to appear blue and remain quite unnoticeable. In the same way redeemed TWOs are able to pull back from their intensity. Through their healing and conversion they are able to give the warmth of love without strings attached. They respect the freedom of the other. They are open to whatever love another may choose to give them and to respond to it warmly and with gratitude as a gift to them. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Metaphor Color Healthy RED symbolized life, power, and passion, and is traditionally considered a masculine color. In Hebrew the words for blood (dam), earth (adamah), red (adom), and man (adam) derive from the same root. Red is the color of love and martyrdom. "In the pure red of the rose it is -- as in the blood of Christ -- a symbol of unconditional devotion to life and the will of the Father." The martyrs were often represented in red garments. As the color of fire, red represents the Holy Spirit and the Church, which was born out of baptism of the Spirit on Pentecost. The color red also has aggressive features: it is assigned to Mars, the god of war, and to passion. Bullfighters wave a red cloth. A red flag waved in many revolutions. Red also represents the kinship of the "devoted" TWO with the aggressive EIGHT. Richard Rohr CAC.org Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
2 Heart (shame) Metaphor Spirituality Healthy Redeemed TWOs (IRISH SETTERS), are able to pull back from their intensity. Through their healing and conversion they are able to give the warmth of love without strings attached. They respect the freedom of the other. They are open to whatever love another may choose to give them and to respond to it warmly and with gratitude as a gift to them. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Compliant (1-2-6) Positive (2-7-9) Rejection (2-5-8)
3 Heart (shame) Metaphor Animal-Compulsive Unhealthy PEACOCKs are barnyard showoffs and flash their rear feathers at everyone. They pick up little bits and pieces and can make use of anything. Like peacocks, THREEs demand attention by vain strutting; their focus is on whatever will get others to like them. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Metaphor Animal-Redeemed Healthy BALD EAGLEs are larger than life; with a wingspan of six feet their size is simply overwhelming. They are beautiful in appearance; for even though their plummage is not striking, its variations of browns are attractive. Their white head and white tail feathers make their identity unmistabkable. They have an economy of motion, rarely flapping their wings. They maintain life-long relationships, mating for life and building annually on their original nest. They wear the mask of a predator but are often scavengers eathing dead fish. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Metaphor Color Healthy BRIGHT YELLOW, the yellow of a school bus, is a color that cannot be ignored. It can be seen under all conditions, even fog or in the dark. It is not a pretty color but it is certainly very functional. Like bright yellow, THREEs stand out as persons especially when healed and redeemed of their compulsion. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Metaphor Color Healthy Traffic-light YELLOW catches the eye; it strikes us as urgent, dynamic, and accentric. It is radiant. All this describes the redeemed THREE: "As the brightes of the colors it makes the meaning and goal of creation transparent. It makes light shine through and thereby irradiates things. Thus yellow becomes the directional element amont the colors. It ask pressing questions, makes things vilible, and gives answers. It guides and leads us along our way and illimines it with knowledge, meaning, and insight. Yellow is at the same time the most vulnerable of all colors. The slightest dirying or clouidiness makes it appear ugly or poisonouus. "As there is only one trugh, there is only one yellow. Muddied truth is sick trugh, is untruth. Thus the pression of muddied yellow is envy, treachery, falseness, doubt, mistrust, and insanity. In Giotto's painting Christ Taked Prisoner and in Holbein's Last Supper Judas is painted in muddied yellow." Richard Rohr CAC.org Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
3 Heart (shame) Metaphor Spirituality Healthy Like EAGLES, redeemed THREEs are at ease with who they are. Through conversion they focus on God and the diving administration of the world rather than on manipulation of others. They have developed real loyalty to their friends. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Aggressive (3-7-8) Competent (1-3-5) Attachment (3-6-9)
4 Heart (shame) Metaphor Animal-Compulsive Unhealthy BASSET HOUND - their ears and eyes compete for the lowest droop. Water flows from the sides of their faces. A person can pick up the skin and leave the dog behind. They wag their tails like a mop on a wet floor. They are beggars for scraps from the table and accept garbage for the real thing. Like basset hounds, FOURs express sadness as a way to be in connection with others. When another person tries to get a hold of a FOUR, they sit in their sadness because they feel not really understood. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Metaphor Animal-Redeemed Healthy The BLACK STALLION or BLACK BEAUTY. These horses are sleek, dark, and walk tall. Free spirits, they toss their manes in the wind. They may decide to gallop at anytime; they frisk, bolt, and then stop. They have a variety of gaits, each with a special name. They gaze at people and come to meet them with a self-possessed grace. They take sugar but prefer apples which have a special kind of sugar. Like black horses, redeemed FOURs remain special, with a self-possessed grace. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Metaphor Color Healthy MAUVE is in the purple range but cannot be identified exactly. Being subtle and understated, it connotes the special. FOURs typically dress understatedly but always with exquisite taste and often in a solid dark color. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Metaphor Color Healthy The shading of BRIGHT VIOLET or MAUVE is not precisely determined, shimmering and extraordinary, melancholic and mystical-conflicting. Violet is the liturgical color of Passiontide, the time of fasting and penance, of transformation through pain and death. In his theory of color Goethe even connected with it the terror of the end of the world: "Violet is both a symbol of the hightest rapture of the soul...as well as of its darkest and most painful moments.... In its oscillations passion comes into contact with intoxication, liberation with decay, death with resurrection, pain with redemption, disease with purification, mystical vision with madness." Violet is the androgynous color; it mediates between red (masculine) and blue (feminine). The redeemed FOUR embodies synthesis, mediation, and balance. Richard Rohr CAC.org Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
4 Heart (shame) Metaphor Spirituality Healthy Redeemed FOURs, like a BLACK STALLION, know they are the unique creation of a loving God. They have come to understand that how they feel does fit the situation at hand and they know what is good when they see it. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Withdrawn (4-5-9) Intense (4-6-8) Frustration (1-4-7)
5 Head (anxiety) Metaphor Animal-Compulsive Unhealthy FOXes slink around and hole up in dark logs. Their main sorce of livelihood is carrion. They become infested by what they bite and are a prey to diseases found in dark holes. Despite their fairly large size, they choose only small prey. Like foxes, FIVEs have an intense gaze; they slink around on the edge of things and tackle only small things that won't get them into too much of life. They know what is happening around them because they have watched it. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Metaphor Animal-Redeemed Healthy OWLS have two positions: an alert rest while watching with biy eyes, and their silent, deadly swoop to make a kill. They do not move until they have their prey in sight and then they come down right on target. Their eyes and ears are adapted to receive information even when in flight. Everything, even their flight feathers, is adapted for silent motion. They have an amazing ability to tackle huge animals. They eat only what is needed and regurgitate unusable parts. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Metaphor Color Healthy BLUE is the color of introversion, repose, and distance, more receptive than radiant. Blue traditionally embodies the feminine. The blue background of the starry mantle worn by the Mother of God symbolizes human receptiveness to the mystery of the universe. Sky and sea, the deepest of the realms accessible to contemplation, are blue. In its dark shades it symbolizes passivity, silent contemplation, and immobility. According to Kandinsky, blue leads us away from others into our own center: "The deeper it is, the more it calls us into the infinite, awakens in us the longing for purity and finally for the supernatural." Richard Rohr CAC.org Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Metaphor Color Healthy COBALT is an intense blue. Cobalt used to be called the "demon of the mines"; it was deep down in the earth and because people didn't understand its value, they found it too troublesome to mine. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
5 Head (anxiety) Metaphor Spirituality Healthy Redeemed FIVEs no longer go sneaking about like foxes trying to understand everything without getting involved. Like OWLS they can be at rest while remaining alert. By holy abanodonment they are aware they do not have to understand everything and that divine providence has prepared them for involvement. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Withdrawn (4-5-9) Competent (1-3-5) Rejection (2-5-8)
6 Head (anxiety) Metaphor Animal-Compulsive Unhealthy RABBITs are alert but are always twitching. When scared they bolt, running this way and that with such hysteria that they often run into their pursuer. Though they are pugnacious fighters, they fight alone and so often end up in a predator's stomach. They are noted for reproducing more and more of the same. Like rabbits, SIXes often feel extremely vulnerable and live with much apprehensiveness and indecision. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Metaphor Animal-Redeemed Healthy DEER are always on the alert. Their ears can be turned to funnel sound. They hae large sensitive noses which pick up a variety of aromas. They have the ability to flex their skin and shake off biting flies. Their legs are like coiled springs, ready for any danger, and they need take only a few graceful leaps to reach safety. There they stop and inspect their intruder. Deer are uniquely adapted to survive. In winter if no other forage is availablle, they are able to eat bark, A starving doe re-absorbs one of her two fetuses to ensure a live birth. Deer face predators as a herd and rarely is one seen alone. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Metaphor Color Healthy BEIGE BROWN doesn't strike the eye, it doesn't shine on its own, and it fits in with its environment. It's the color of the bark that protects the tree from dangers. Brown is the combination of red and green, in which dynamic red does not reveal itself. It is the color of self-denial. Just like gold and silver, brown does not belong to the classic color spectrum. Still it is one of the most expressive and richly nuanced colors. It conveys closeness to the earth and security. Humus (earth) and humilitas (humility) have the same root in Latin. For this reason the medieval mendicant orders--and the Sufis before them--wore brown habits. Richard Rohr CAC.org Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Metaphor Color Healthy SIXes, like BEIGE, are adaptable anywhere. Although not offensive, they don't blend into the woodwork either. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
6 Head (anxiety) Metaphor Spirituality Healthy Like DEER, redeemed SIXes are always ready and alert to avoid danger. They have great ability to survive amid the difficulties of life because they draw strength from their group. They have learned to live in a relaxed way by discovering that God is loyal and faithful and that their salvation does not depend simply on themsleves. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Compliant (1-2-6) Intense (4-6-8) Attachment (3-6-9)
7 Head (anxiety) Metaphor Animal-Compulsive Unhealthy MONKEYs are noisy and very inquisitive. They make strange noises and like to get into fights. They live literally in the air, leaping from branch to branch. Like monkeys, compulsive SEVENs look all around because they want to be ready for life. They talk much, telling gossipy stories. They do seem to be up in the air because they have so many things going on in their life and can always juggle more. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Metaphor Animal-Redeemed Healthy Though beautiful, BUTTERFLIES are actually monochromatic. Their colors are reflections of the sun's light on the facets of their wings. They are very subtle and touch down lightly. They have specialized toungues and are needed by flowers to further life through the ditribution of pollen. They are born as the result of a long period of dullness and come to life only after a great struggle to emerge. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Metaphor Color Healthy GREEN is the color of vitality and life. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Metaphor Color Healthy GREEN symbolizes vitality and joie de vivre, health and well-being. Hildegard of Bingen speaks of the "green force" or viriditas, from which all life springs. Green stands in colloquial language for naive and childish behavior. We call immature people "greenhorns." Unripe fruit is also green. Green reminds SEVENs that they have to work at maturing. In Christian art green is the color of Paradise and the color of the cross. In the Lady Cathedral in Zurich Marc Chagall painted a green-gold crucified Christ, surrounded by a brilliant green halo, in the middle of a green tree of life. Richard Rohr CAC.org Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
7 Head (anxiety) Metaphor Spirituality Healthy Like BUTTERFLIES, redeemed SEVENs come to recongnize that the beauty they radiate is not their own but a reflection of God's presence refracted by the joys and sorrows of life. They know that God sees and cares even when things are painful, and they can find reason to hope. Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Aggressive (3-7-8) Positive (2-7-9) Frustration (1-4-7)
8 Gut (anger) Metaphor Animal-Compulsive Unhealthy The compulsive EIGHT is like a RHINOCEROS. Despite their fearsome size rhinos are vegetarians. They are nearsighted and thick-skinned. Whatever they don't recognize they gore or topple. Like rhinos, EIGHTs charge first and ask questions later. They stomp on another first to make sure they won't get hurt. EIGHTs will say, "Don't pull that crying stunt on me." Maria Beesing, O.P., Robert J. Nogosek, C.S.C., Patrick H. O'Leary, S.J. A Journey of Self Discovery Aggressive (3-7-8) Intense (4-6-8) Rejection (2-5-8)
8 Gut (anger) Metaphor Animal-Redeemed Healthy