Question: What is the rarest Enneagram type?

According to an Enneagram Population Distribution study, the rarest Enneagram is Type 8: The Challenger. Next comes the Investigator (Type 5), followed by the Helper (Type 2). The most common is the Peacemaker (Type 9).

What Enneagram type is most common?

Many Enneagram practitioners have noticed, based on anecdotal experience, the six, seven and nines are most common, at least in North America.

Is Enneagram Type 7 rare?

How Rare are Enneagram 7s? In a Truity study of more than 54,000 respondents, Type Sevens were found to make up approximately 9% of the population; 9% of women and 8% of men.

What its like to be a 7 Enneagram?

Sevens are extroverted, optimistic, versatile, and spontaneous. Playful, high-spirited, and practical, they can also misapply their many talents, becoming over-extended, scattered, and undisciplined. They constantly seek new and exciting experiences, but can become distracted and exhausted by staying on the go.

Can you not have an Enneagram wing?

Strictly speaking, everyone has two wings—in the restricted sense that both of the types adjacent to your basic type are operative in your personality since each person possesses the potentials of all nine types.

Can you be more than 1 Enneagram?

Myth: You can have more than one Enneagram number When first learning about the Enneagram, you may find yourself identifying with more than one number. This is entirely normal.

How do you know if you have an Enneagram wing?

Wings. Your (dominant) wing is indicated by the higher score of one of the types on either side of your basic type. For example, if you test as a Two, your wing will be One or Three, whichever has the higher score. The second highest overall score on your Enneagram test is not necessarily that of the wing.

Is it possible to have 2 Enneagram types?

Myth: You can have more than one Enneagram number When first learning about the Enneagram, you may find yourself identifying with more than one number. This is entirely normal.

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