|The Enneagram is a rich and practical study of
personal growth based on ancient teachings of mysterious origins. Today, this study has a
modern overlay of psychological typing rooted in these ancient teachings.
The Enneagram of personality describes nine distinct types.
Each personality type is defined by a chief mental and emotional concern which underlies
the development of the personality and highly influences the life experiences of the
person who falls under that particular Enneagram type.
This web site is devoted to furthering the growing field of
knowledge about the Enneagram and how we all can benefit from a greater understanding of
our individual personalities and the intricate and fascinating ways in which we interact
with one another. More information about the Enneagram will be found by exploring the
pages of this site through the links shown below.
- A comprehensive bibliography of Enneagram books and tapes.
- A discussion and description of the various benefits to be derived from knowledge of and
an understanding of the Enneagram.
- This page provides a comprehensive list of "frequently asked
questions" about the Enneagram and Enneagram personality types.
- Links to a variety of web sites and pages having to do with the Enneagram
including pages by authors and publishers; miscellaneous pages; pages by organizations;
individuals; teachers; and related teachings, schools and systems.
- The Enneagram traditionally makes a distinction between personality and
what is called "Essence". This page discusses the two terms and the distinctions
made between them.
- EnneaQuotes is a collection of quotes by famous, near famous and not so
famous people whose sayings illustrate the viewpoints of the specific types but may, or
may not, reflect the Enneagram type of the person quoted.
- A detailed description and explanation of the Enneagram symbol and its
- The Nine Enneagram Personality Types
- Descriptions of the nine Enneagram types: The
Perfectionist, The Giver, The
Performer, The Tragic Romantic, The
Observer, The Devil's Advocate, The
Epicure, The Boss, and The
- What's New
- A listing of new additions to the web site.
- What It Is
- A more detailed description of the Enneagram, its teachings and origins.
- Announcements of upcoming Enneagram classes and workshops.