Two Twos: Interview with Elizabeth Dodds and Corrie Wilson

Hello Enneagram Paths friends! Glad to have you this Monday to learn more about what it means to lead with Type Two! Here on Enneagram Paths, I like to ask the same questions of different people within a type; I find it highlights every person’s nuance and complexity. It’s similar to the Narrative Enneagram Tradition, … More Two Twos: Interview with Elizabeth Dodds and Corrie Wilson

Enneagram One Subtypes

Welcome back, Enneagram Paths friends! Today we’re going to start a journey around the Enneagram circle and look at each number’s subtype. If you’re new to the world of subtypes and instinctual drives, I’d encourage you to read my post What are Subtypes? or go check out the amazing Dr. Beatrice Chestnut’s book on subtypes … More Enneagram One Subtypes

Sexual/One-On-One Type Four: Maria Bowler & Melissa Joy Livermore

Happy Monday! Today, we will continue our investigation into subtypes and look at the Sexual or One-On-One Type Four. I’m excited to have Sx Fours Melissa Joy Livermore and Maria Bowler (she, half of the hilarious Enneadog duo on Twitter) on the Enneagram Paths blog, sharing with us about their unique experiences as this subtype. Beatrice Chestnut in her … More Sexual/One-On-One Type Four: Maria Bowler & Melissa Joy Livermore

Self-Preservation Four: Sharalee Roberts, Justin Brown & Kelly Craig

A friend of mine was recently struggling to define her Four subtype, waffling between being a Social (So) Type Four or a Sexual (Sx) Type Four. I found that even though I have a pretty good grasp on what the subtypes are in general, I was no help with the nuances of each and every number. Enter you amazing … More Self-Preservation Four: Sharalee Roberts, Justin Brown & Kelly Craig

How Do I Thrive as a Type 5 Parent?: Kristel Acevedo Talks Gender and Parenting

Parenting is hard. It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done, and thus I’m constantly looking for resources to help me understand healthy ways to do this nebulous thing of raising another human. As an Enneagram student and teacher, I’m fascinated by how each Type approaches parenting, and how this ancient wisdom tool can help us all … More How Do I Thrive as a Type 5 Parent?: Kristel Acevedo Talks Gender and Parenting

Enneagram 4w3 vs. 4w5

Enneagram Type Fours are in the Heart Triad. They are introspective, experience a wide range of emotions, care about the deep meaning in life, have active imaginations, and make ample space for pain. Fours are the people you want to have around when a loved one gets sick or passes—they will empathize in whatever way you best … More Enneagram 4w3 vs. 4w5

Interview with Type Three: Jordin Kelly

“Be—don’t try to become” ― Osho Hello Enneagram lovers! Today on Enneagram Paths I’m continuing the interview series with another Type Three, Jordin Kelly. I’m so excited, you have such great things to share. My partner is a Three, and I was reading your answers to him out loud, asking, “is this true?” It’s good stuff, you … More Interview with Type Three: Jordin Kelly