Please describe what you think or feel anger is, how it relates to the enneagram, and/or how it relates to us as people.
As a starting diagram, anger in the enneagram is represented by 8, 9, and 1. Their generalized attributes in relativity to each of the anger triad types are:
8: Anger Triad. Reactive Triad (4.6.8) Rejectivist (2,5,8) Assertive Triad (3.7.8)
9: Anger Triad. Positivist Triad (2.7.9) Relating Triad (3.6.9) Withdrawn Triad (4.5.9)
1: Anger Triad. Compentency Triad (1.3.5) Idealist Triad (1.4.7) Compliant Triad (1.2.6)
The entire anger triad, in theory, is characterized by low noradrenaline levels. Noradrenaline is responsible for the alertness and arousal level within the mind and body. It is therefore critically linked to survival, since it is the key component of fight or flight response. The levels of which correspond to a continuum of perception of life or death situations.
8s, in theory, are characterized by low serotonin, or the chemical responsible for general well-being and perception of resources.
9s, in contrast, are characterized by high serotonin, which would, in theory, perceive resources as more than they may or may not be.
1s, in the above regard, would be moderate.
8s, in theory, are characterized by high dopamine, or the chemical responsible for both priming and the receipt of reward, whether sensual or abstract.
9s, in contrast, are characterized by low dopamine, which would, in theory, perceive reward as less worthwhile or more effect than its value.
1s, again, are moderate in the regard of dopamine.
Note that all 3 chemicals interplay one another within the body and mind.