Are you so over it when friends, family, even therapists compliment you on how "self-aware" you are?

It's like... "Yeah, thanks. It's ruining my life."

And yet, here you are, on a personality website, looking for even more knowledge about yourself.

Why are you here?

What are you hoping to find?

What information would finally make you feel complete?

If you're looking for a standard quiz sorting you into 1 of 9 stereotypes, you're in the wrong place.

This is The Radical Enneagram, after all. Here, the enneagram doesn't tell you who you are, or what to do. It tells you why you're doing it, and how to do something different instead.

The enneagram is not just another personality test.

At least, it doesn't have to be just that.

It can be so much more, if you know how to use it.

Let's start with the basics. If you're ready to learn what the enneagram is (sure, you know there are 9 types, but do you know your wing? how about your subtype? what's your center of intelligence?) check out this completely free 40-page guide:

I love the enneagram specifically because it asks more of me than knowing what I do or why I do it. The enneagram begs the question: "What do you want to do?"

If you're anything like me, that question may have genuinely never occurred to you. Not really. Not in any deep, meaningful kind of way.

You've always been too preoccupied with questions like:

"Why am I always making decisions that don't actually make me happy?"

"Why is being a person so hard for me? It can't be this hard for everyone else, right?"

"Can a silly personality test actually help me?"

I've asked myself those questions too.

I used to feel stuck, trapped, empty, and broken, and the enneagram didn't "fix" me.

Here's what it did:

It gave me a permission slip. To make mistakes. To try on identities without feeling silly or ashamed. To be myself out loud, instead of just in my head.

You have the power to change your life.

I have the knowledge to help you.

Let's do this, together.

You are more than a series of trauma responses and dysfunctional coping skills. You're an endlessly fascinating person.

Get started seeing yourself differently right now. Get the totally FREE enneagram guide here:

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