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    Default Enneagram Subtypes and Process/Result dichotomy

    It seems there is a correlation between Process/Result dichotomy and Enneagram Subtypes :

    Intimate subtype is Result, and Social subtype is Process.

    Gulenko said that Process types tend to socialise better in large groups, as Result types prefers small groups or one-one socialising.

    Quote Originally Posted by Victor Gulenko
    Right types have a tendency toward the joining into the large groups. They by their nature are social. They are more loyal to formal status, whereas in the small groups, with the rapprochement of distance their easy disposition is low. Left types, on the contrary, are more good-natured in the small groups, which do not have formal status. Their actions are more natural (they are natural), subjected to frequent mutations and, correspondingly, are less social, less traditional.
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    Damn this article pegs me as the most dynamic of all dynamics of the dynamics ever thought in the universe
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