Thomas Chou

This originally appeared in the Enneagram Monthly, January 2000 issue 57. This version is revised and updated.

The Enneagram explains much about behavior. But what explains the Enneagram? Why are there 9 types, and not some other number? What are the first principles that define the types? Why do the lines of integration and disintegration point the way they do? How does the Enneagram relate to basic psychological ideas, such as emotions and motivations? Currently, there i...

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