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Understanding the Enneagram

The Practical Guide to Personality Types, Revised Edition
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Publisher: 
Houghton Mifflin
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December, 1999
ISBN:
9780618004157
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$22.50 CAD
Banyen's Description: 

The focus of Understanding the Enneagram is on how to use the psychological framework of the Enneagram in daily life. Includes: Expanded Personality Profiles; Recommendations for Personal Growth; Methods for Assessing Yourself and Others; An Easy Questionnaire to Help Determine Your Type; Guidance for Avoiding Common Misidentifications; Psychiatric Correlations; The Connections Between Personality, Essence, and Spirituality; and more.

Are you The Reformer, The Helper, The Achiever, The Individualist, The Investigator, The Loyalist, The Enthusiast, The Challenger, or The Peacemaker? Riso’s popular book will help you know your type and its patterns, in personal growth and an in relationships.

Among Riso & Hudson’s other books are Enneagram Transformations and Personality Types.

Publisher’s Description: 

PERSONALITY TYPES, the first book by Don Richard Riso, has become the leading guide to the Enneagram, as well as a cherished classic in the literature of personal growth around the world. This is the groundbreaking book that set the standard for insight and accuracy about this ancient symbol of human personality. UNDERSTANDING THE ENNEAGRAM soon followed and has since become another indispensable reseource, teaching readers not only how to understand this psychological framework in daily life but how to use it in many different settings. Don Riso and Russ Hudson have now fully revised and updated this authoritative guide to the Enneagram, based on their continuing work in the field, which is attracting ever-increasing attention. Discover how to use the Enneagram to find fulfillment in your personal develpemnt and in all of your relationships.

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