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The Literary Enneagram: Characters from the Inside Out
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They want to explore what is felt without letting me get involved. For instance, all Enneagram books say that a Seven will make boring things less boring, and Sevens have a propensity for multi-tasking. All panels of Sevens say the same and that Sevens don’t finish what they start. Yawn, this Seven, who finishes every single thing I start, says. Not one describes a scene of a garage lit by one light at pre-dawn with me doing the rumba as I trod the treadmill listening to a Gypsy Kings CD as I practice flamenco hand movements. So when I read Bridget Jones’s Diary describing my Seven personality in The Literary Enneagram I discover that perhaps my own relentless pursuit of activity is indeed a way to allay my anxieties. And my fear of missing out on things keeps me from fully enjoying the fun as I have it.
Searle digs deepest to find the accurate Seven, getting me involved with perceptive and contextual introductions. The title of the book did intimidate me. I missed out on having great literature forced into my education, if you can call what I had an education. I have tried to make up for the gaps by trying to tackle Hardy, Shakespeare and D.H. Lawrence on my own so I won’t be such an ....Read more ›
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Great addition to your Enneagram knowledge. Not a substitute for a basic book, but helps to color how each Type operates and relates in the world.Published 12 months ago by denzil meyers
I found this book to be a complete waste of time and effort. It might have made better sense if the author had started by explaining the theory more thouroughly before loading the... Read morePublished on March 21, 2013 by a writer
I love how Judith Searle has expertly defined character development using enneagrams. This book has good information on to write into complex characters.Published on February 19, 2013 by Angelleaping