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    Up to this day i've been more focused on socionics, but now i want to read more about Enneagram. How can I find my Enneagram type ? What does, for example, "5w4 sx/so" stand for?

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    I've found these articles to be helpful -

    Instinctual stackings explained: http://theenneagram.blogspot.com/200...stackings.html
    Freudian Theory of Enneagram: http://personalitycafe.com/articles/...enneagram.html
    How different types pay attention: http://www.the16types.info/vbulletin...ad.php?t=32188

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    Quote Originally Posted by siuntal View Post
    Thanks for that, I never really understood this and barely found a good explanation. Socionics is more accurate, but I like the Enneagram because the types are easier to identify imho. It's also good to know at least one typology which is not based on C.G. Jung's 16-type-system.
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