Enneagram Type 9 Explained

Enneagram Type 9 is sometimes called “The Peacemaker” or “The Mediator.”

This is at the very top of the Enneagram symbol, and it’s the core point of the three body-base types.

Each of the three types in the anger or body-base triad is going to be structured or shaped by their relationship to anger in some way.

Enneagram 9 Types a more easygoing and self-deprecating. These types easy to get along with, friendly, agreeable. Someone who goes with the flow.

Enneagram Type 9Basic Strategy of Type 9

The basic strategy of the Type 9 is to go along with other people’s agendas.

This is someone who wants to create harmony, that pays attention to what’s going on with other people in the environment, and avoids conflict. Someone who doesn’t like conflict, because conflict feels like it creates separation.

In a basic way Enneagram 9 Types are about union, and merger, and connecting with people. Not so much exactly in an emotional way, although it can be emotional, but especially on the level of being, on the level of being connected to people, almost in a physical sense.

Key Challenges of The Type

It can be challenging to be near them or feel connected to them. Type 9 tends to unconsciously or automatically adapt to others. They can over-adapt and lose track of what they want or what their priorities are or what their agenda is.

The key challenges for Type 9 is contacting their own agenda and taking action on their own behalf, not just in service of other people.

Grow Deeper With The Enneagram 9 Owners Manual

What Is In The Owners Manual?

Introduction To Enneagram
— Meet Your Teachers: Dr. Beatrice Chestnut & Uranio Paes
— How To Navigate And Use This Enneagram 9 Personality Owners Manual
— Resource: Your Enneagram 9 Personality Owners Manual Growth Companion Guide

Module 1: Introduction To Enneagram
— Lesson 1: Introduction to the Model
— Lesson 2: Enneagram as a Typology
— Lesson 3: Integrate the Shadows
— Lesson 4: Avenue of Growth

Module 2: Overview of Enneagram Type 9
— Lesson 1: The Concept of Personality – Overview of Enneagram Type 9
— Lesson 2: Center of Intelligence – Center of Intelligence for Enneagram Type 9
— Lesson 3: Passion – The Passion and Virtue for Enneagram Type 9
— Lesson 4: Fixation- The Fixation & Holy Idea for Enneagram Type 9
— Lesson 5: Focus of Attention
— Lesson 6: The Subtypes (Subtypes explained – Subtypes for Enneagram Type 9)

Module 3: Self-Observation & Action Steps
— Lesson 1: Key Tendencies
— Lesson 2: Blind Spots
— Lesson 3: Growth Path
— Lesson 4: From Passion to Virtue
— Lesson 5: Overcoming Patterns/Tendencies

Module 4: Continued Learning & Deepening Growth
— Lesson 1: Wings & Arrows
— Lesson 2: Growth With Wings
— Lesson 3: Growth With Arrows
— Lesson 4: Subtype Growth
— Lesson 5: Vision Casting Module 5: Toolbox & Bonuses
— 1 Hour Q&A Session Around Type