I Want Use Mbti, Jung and Enneagram As Tools For Growth

for those who want to use their understanding of these personality theories for personal growth 70 People

    I Am An Enneagram Type 8/3 "the Challenger/leader" And "achiever/motivator" And Meyers Briggs Entj “field Marshall - Life's Natural Leader”

    On the Meyers Briggs scale, I am ENTJ - Field Marshall "Life's Natural Leader". It's quite interesting to read and learn more about my personality and strengths and to see how close the descriptions can be to my own characteristics. I've always been a leader, mentor, motivator...
    dreamer7222 dreamer7222
    31-35, F
    Jun 1, 2012

    4w5 Growth Ideas

    My enneagram type is 4w5 so/sx instinctual variants. I used to see the enneagram as solely a means of understanding myself and I wasn’t as focused on the growth aspect and levels of health as much. But now I am! As for my level of health, it’s usually around level 3...
    moonlitReveries moonlitReveries
    22-25, F
    9 Responses Jul 7, 2008

    Enneagram Break- the 9 Types Within Us: a Holistic Approach

    I've been reading a book called Wisdom of the Enneagram and I'm basically taking the book for test drive this time around and will explore and apply the concepts after I get a good general feel for everything. But I'm already getting some ideas. I'm going to take a short break...
    moonlitReveries moonlitReveries
    22-25, F
    1 Response Aug 18, 2008

    A Personal Approach

    I think we need to take unique approach to self improvement and goal setting based on our personality type and perhaps other factors. I know this insight is nothing brilliant or new and may seem like common sense, but I’m realizing how profound it is! I’ve been...
    moonlitReveries moonlitReveries
    22-25, F
    4 Responses Jul 7, 2008

    Like Waking Up From a Long Sleep

    I have been looking for my type, and more in reality my deeper core, for a long time. The tests were difficult to fill in for me, because I often didn't really know what to answer, to me, so many things could fit, depended on what angle you watched them. I knew more or less...
    deleted deleted
    1 Response Dec 18, 2008

    Type Check: I'm Actually a 4w3

    I've been away from EP for a very long time and but I'd still like to keep this group active and chat with people here so I think I'm back. Anyway, in my absence from here, I discovered I'm actually a 4w3 rather than a 4w5. I think I have a light wing so it's tricky to tell...
    moonlitReveries moonlitReveries
    22-25, F
    2 Responses Apr 23, 2009


    tumblr.com/post/132847460061/eilamona-debunking-arguments-against-mbti-1 I adore this link- I wish I could say this to the people who dismiss the MBTI stuff as silly useless bullshit.
    aspiringmagicalgirl aspiringmagicalgirl
    18-21, F
    Nov 14, 2015

    Introverted Intuition In Infjs; Thoughts and Ideas For Growth

     Being an INFJ, my dominant/preferred process is introverted intuition (Ni) and I have a lot to say on this. Here's what this post is about. This post is the first of a series where I’ll explore all 8 Jungian functions and their roles in the INFJ pattern, reflect on...
    moonlitReveries moonlitReveries
    22-25, F
    6 Responses Jul 15, 2008

    Type 2 Tip That Has Helped Me

    As a 4, my connection to 2 is quite strong for better and for worse. I'm thinking of doing some of the type 2 prompts from my wisdom of the enneagram book (I think I'm going to eventually do all prompts that are pertinent to me regardless of the type) However for now, I found...
    moonlitReveries moonlitReveries
    22-25, F
    2 Responses Jun 7, 2009

    Er... not MBTI though.

    I see it as just a set of oversimplified dichotomies that you use to merely classify people, then you end up telling them to improve on the opposite letters. I'd rather think in terms of Jungian functions. Enneagram still spins my head around, but I enjoy thinking about it.
    twelves twelves
    Dec 11, 2014

    MBTI Vs Enneagram: Different Lenses

    I like to look at myself through both the lens MBTI and Enneagram (as well as many other lenses) because I think they both offer different aspects of understanding. So it follows that I should look personal growth in this experience  through both lenses. I've recently...
    moonlitReveries moonlitReveries
    22-25, F
    3 Responses Jul 11, 2008
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