Wednesday, July 23, 2014   |  Knowing Yourself & Others  About Enneagram - Ennearoutes
 
 
 
Request More Information from us

Register your e.mail with us to receive information on specific topics or enter your email address to view/modify your registration settings.




Subscribe Me
 
 
 


Contact

Pat Knightley
07860 333197
 
e.mail: pat@ennearoutes.com

The Nine Enneagram Types
  
 arrow_orange.gifEnnearoutes - The Beginning of the New 

Ennearoutes is based around a powerful personality-enabling tool called the Enneagram which describes nine different ways in which we relate in our personal and business lives. Ennearoutes is underpinned by the fundamental belief that each viewpoint is determined by certain mental and emotional concerns. The Enneagram helps us to focus on the basic personality’s motivation that inevitably drives an individual’s behaviour as they respond to three basic, instinctual responses:

• Self-preservation – the need for personal survival such as security, safety, comfort, protection and adequate basic resources.

• Social relationships – the need to be accepted into the community and group such as role, status, social acceptance, belonging, participation and fellowship

• One to One relationships – the need to relate to intimate relationships such as bonding with special others, sexual intimacy, attractiveness, closeness, union and merging.

Whilst people may change in many ways throughout their lives, their basic personality – or ego – remains constant. The Enneagram has the ability to show us that we are in fact all of the 9 types within it - based around the three human physical centers of Body, Heart, Mind - and allows us to identify the one most dominant in our lives and how it helps or hinders achieving our life purpose.

Find out what your personal type is. Take the free Ennearoutes personality test now.

    

 
About Enneagram - Ennearoutes | Free Self Test - Ennearoutes | Learn More About Yourself & Others - Ennearoutes

Copyright 2010 by Ennearoutes :: Terms Of Use :: Privacy Statement
LOG IN :: REGISTER