Enneagram 101
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Enneagram 101

Enneagram Series: Type Seven

Enneagram 101

The Enthusiast or The Need to Avoid Pain

“. . . their search for experience takes them, characteristically, from an insufficient here to a promising there. The insatiability of the glutton is, however, veiled over by an apparent satisfaction . . . frustration is hidden behind enthusiasm.” (Naranjo, 1990, p. 115)

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converting vice to virtue on the path of personal transformation

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