I have been amazed with the therapeutic effect of the enneagram. In fact, I have never seen a tool so efficient in matters of pinpointing your core issues and what you can do in order to evolve and be a more balanced person. If Myers Briggs saved my sanity a good couple of years ago (I’m an INFP-t), the Enneagram is definitely saving from spending another decade stuck in my own unconscious excuses and pitfalls. Exactly, it’s that powerful! In a previous post, I talked about the Enneagram and its purpose. I didn’t dive deep in the different personalities that it includes though. In total, there are 9 Enneagram personality types and I’m going to offer you a brief description of each one of them below.