Discovering your Enneagram Type. Working with the Enneagram for personal development represents a journey. This journey starts with a process of discovery that enables the individual to recognise and witness themselves. This recognition is organised around a central energy represented by the nine points of reference on the Enneagram (Bast & Thomson, 2005). This explains the pattern of motivation, personality and behaviour we recognise as each of the nine types. This article is written from the assumption that a person’s type remains stable over time, although the integration within the type will change as an individual grows or regresses…


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