Discovering The Enneagram: An Ancient Tool a New Spiritual Journey

by Richard Rohr

Paperback, 1992





Takes the reader through the process of identifying and analyzing the personality types and using the Enneagram for personal use.


Crossroad (1992), 255 pages


½ (20 ratings; 4)

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LibraryThing member kencf0618
Cast the pretentious subtitle aside and rid your mind of Sufis; the enneagram uncovers more than a few defense mechanisms. Personally I'm a 4w5, which is largely congruent with the Myers-Briggs' INFJ.
LibraryThing member Arctic-Stranger
The Enneagram is a nine-pointed personality tool, which goes beyond the Myers Brigg personality indicator in telling you WHAT to do with your behavior. Rohr is one of the better interpretors of the Enneagram, and this is fairly in depth introduction. At some point you may want to use some of Riso's
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tools to figure out where you fit on the grid, but this will give a good start one what the grid is all about.
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