This is the sequel article to The Truth about Fixation and Beyond (Enneagram Monthly: May 2012) That article was written in an experiential style where we explored what it was like not to be fixated; how fixation was really just a belief held in the mind that creates tension in the body. 

The tension is interpreted as identity, and we then put boundaries around what seems to be a separate self. The beliefs held in the mind that create fixation are understood as “mine”, and therefore the ...

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