I'm new to this forum despite making an account for a very long time. I don't see many SLE's on here (or maybe I'm on the wrong thread) but I find that most people typed as SLE's here are super genuine, really friendly people (PoLR Fi amiright?)
So I've decided to claim the birth of this culture as SLE and ILE mastery
Yes, I agree that most people who type SLE here are super-genuine and really friendly.
If that seems surprising, it's just because every "type" is more likely to be assessed (and get a reputation) by people who are not in their quadra and hence don't see the person as having similar values, but rather they see the person as a character.
Most people are really decent and good.
I can't argue with that. People being decent and good. But imo betas have a lot more spice, I almost always get a reaction from them, while the SLE's that are typed as SLE's are Si comfortable or Ne bouncy. Maybe I'm not understanding you?
The typing background I come from has a lot more... Energy to put it nicely. But it died down last year so I came here. I think I have a lot to learn.
No offense, but I don't think it's possible for a SLE to be enneagram 4w5 and be remotely healthy; a "shadowing" IEI would be the likelier possibility. For SLEs, enneagram 7, 8, 3 and 6 provide the healthiest correlations.
SLE's actually don't exist
Iím pretty sure of my type, I would say it took me along time to find a somewhat healthy balance. Unlikely circumstances breeds unlikely types.
No offense taken. I want to know how things work here. Do you ignore the possibility of a type because itís an unhealthy combination? So what happens to people who arenít likely?
You’re right, they don’t exist. Only fitting for a IEI dual amiright @Armalite?
aka Feathers, Penny Dreadful
You may not exist, but you have exquisite avatar taste.
You haven't seen or met all of us yet. I think a 4w5 SLE is sort of someone fetishizing their super-id functions. Welcome, though, anyway! (:
@Baboooshka and so is yours ^^ gotta admire western art.
@sbbds oh yes. For a while my 4w5 persona was an IEI online because I managed to pull off enough Fe but... I learnt to appreciate my type after meet a real IEI
Enneagram 4 is all about the ego fixation of "I am broken" and "I can't be like the others"
Somewhere in early development you were figuratively tossed out of the sand box and when you returned you could no longer relate to the others in some unfathomable way.
Everything then stems from these core beliefs, including the famous "I'm unique" as all e4s have.
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