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A Calibrated Table of Correlations for the Enneagram and MBTI systems
18 February 2007

by Mark Anthony Rockliff

Working title: "A table of correlations for the eighteen Enneagram sub-types and sixteen MBTI typology types plus two ambidextrous unrecorded types: the ambidextrous S&N and ambidextrous T&F".

For you, hear are the one to one correlations for your type, and I include the point off Neurosis for those who have read the book "Character and Neurosis".

I have not included what I define as the phantom wing of which I believe has a direct relationship with the unconscious mind. You will find it at the auxiliary wing to the point of disintegration/ Point of stress for each of the eighteen subtypes.

It is important to note: that the Point of stress/disintegration, in a mature person exercising (the Adult fusion of mind) is not an apt or whole or adequate definition in the act off observes an individual who is; what could be traditionally defined as utilizing there Point of stress/disintegration. It would be easy to incorrectly type watch, and observe the functionality of the points influence while observing the in direct cognitions of an individual, the self is observing.

I also would like to point out that it may be easy for an individual to misunderstand the term Point of Neurosis. I suggest to the reader to have in mind while contemplating the meaning of the defining term presented: Point of Neurosis, a conceptual impression of a continuum between mild and excessive.

For the reader who is familiar with the term neurotic lock and is able with ease to identify such an action will most likely distinguish and observe the dynamic I seek to present with moderate ease.

It is all so important to note: the eighteen functions E,I,S,N, Ambidextrous S and N, T,F Ambidextrous T and F, and P,J are most accurately observed when an individual is executing sobriety in the emanation of persona / personality both in vice-free and vice-full ego projection.

The Feeling Triad

The two with one wing.
Core of sub-type: two with one-wing; ENFJ
Auxiliary/wing: one with nine-wing; ExTJ (Ambidextrous S and N)
Point of stress/disintegration: eight with nine-wing; ESFJ
Point of Integration/Neurosis: four with five-wing; ENTP

The two with three wing.
Core of sub-type: two with three-wing; ISFJ
Auxiliary/wing: three with four-wing; ISTP
Point of stress/disintegration: eight with seven-wing; ESTP
Point of Integration/Neurosis: four with three-wing; ENFP

The three with two wing.
Core of sub-type: three with two-wing; ISTJ
Auxiliary/wing: two with one-wing; ENFJ
Subsidiary wing: one with two-wing; ESTJ
Subsidiary wing: five with Six-wing; INxP (Ambidextrous T and F)
Point of stress/disintegration: nine with one-wing; INFP
Point of Integration/Neurosis: six with five-wing; INTJ

The three with four wing.
Core of sub-type: three with four-wing; ISTP
Auxiliary/wing: four with-five; ENTP
Subsidiary wing: five with four-wing; INTP
Subsidiary wing: one with nine-wing; ExTJ (Ambidextrous S and N)
Point of stress/disintegration: nine with eight-wing; INFJ
Point of Integration/Neurosis: six with seven-wing; ISFP

The four with three wing.
Core of sub-type: four with three-wing; ENFP
Auxiliary/wing: three with two-wing; ISTJ
Point of stress/disintegration: two with three-wing; ISFJ
Point of Integration/Neurosis: one with two-wing; ESTJ

The four with five wing.
Core of sub-type: four with five wing; ENTP
Auxiliary/wing: five with six wing; INxP (Ambidextrous T and F)
Point of stress/disintegration: two with one-wing; ENFJ
Point of Integration/Neurosis: one with nine-wing; ExTJ (Ambidextrous S and N)

The Doing Triad/Thinking Triad

The five with four-wing.
Core of sub-type: five with four-wing; INTP
Auxiliary/wing: four with three-wing; ENFP
Point of stress/disintegration: seven with six-wing; ESFP
Point of Integration/Neurosis: eight with nine-wing; ESFJ

The five with six-wing.
Core of sub-type: five with six-wing; INxP (Ambidextrous T and F)
Auxiliary/wing: six with seven-wing; ISFP
Point of stress/disintegration: seven with eight-wing; ENTJ
Point of Integration/Neurosis: eight with seven-wing; ESTP

The six with five-wing.
Core of sub-type: six with five-wing; INTJ
Auxiliary/wing: five with four-wing; INTP
Subsidiary wing: four with three-wing; ENFP
Subsidiary wing: eight with nine-wing; ESFJ
Point of stress/disintegration: three with two-wing; ISTJ
Point of Integration/Neurosis: nine with one-wing; INFP

The six with seven-wing.
Core of sub-type: six with seven-wing; ISFP
Auxiliary/wing: seven with eight-wing; ENTJ
Subsidiary wing: four with five-wing; ENTP
Subsidiary wing: eight with seven-wing; ESTP
Point of stress/disintegration: three with four-wing; ISTP
Point of Integration/Neurosis: nine with eight-wing; INFJ

The seven with six-wing.
Core of sub-type: seven with six-wing; ESFP
Auxiliary/wing: six with five-wing; INTJ
Point of stress/disintegration: one with nine-wing; ExTJ (Ambidextrous S and N)
Point of Integration/Neurosis: five with four-wing; INTP

The seven with eight-wing.
Core of sub-type: seven with eight wing; ENTJ
Auxiliary/wing: eight with nine wing; ESFJ
Point of stress/disintegration: one with two wing; ESTJ
Point of Integration/Neurosis: five with six wing; INxP(Ambidextrous T and F)

The Relating Triad/Instinctive Triad

The eight with seven-wing.
Core of sub-type: eight with seven-wing; ESTP
Auxiliary/wing: seven with six-wing; ESFP
Point of stress/disintegration: five with six-wing; INxP (Ambidextrous T and F)
Point of Integration/Neurosis: two with three-wing; ISFJ

The eight with nine-wing.
Core of sub-type: eight with nine-wing; ESFJ
Auxiliary/wing: nine with-eight; INFJ
Point of stress/disintegration: five with four-wing; INTP
Point of Integration/Neurosis: two with one-wing; ENFJ

The nine with eight-wing.
Core of sub-type: nine with eight-wing; INFJ
Auxiliary/wing: eight with seven-wing; ESTP
Subsidiary wing: seven with eight-wing; ENTJ
Subsidiary wing: two with three-wing; ISFJ
Point of stress/disintegration: six with seven-wing; ISFP
Point of Integration/Neurosis: three with four-wing; ISTP

The nine with one-wing.
Core of sub-type: nine with one-wing; INFP
Auxiliary/wing: one with two-wing; ESTJ
Subsidiary wing: two with one-wing; ENFJ
Subsidiary wing: seven with six-wing; ESFP
Point of stress/disintegration: six with five-wing; INTJ
Point of Integration/Neurosis: three with two-wing; ISTJ

The one with nine-wing.
Core of sub-type: one with nine-wing; ExTJ (Ambidextrous S and N)
Auxiliary/wing: nine with one-wing; INFP
Point of stress/disintegration: four with five-wing; ENTP
Point of Integration/Neurosis: seven with six-wing; ESFP

The one with two-wing.
Core of sub-type: one with two-wing; ESTJ
Auxiliary/wing: two with three-wing; ISFJ
Point of stress/disintegration: four with three-wing; ENFP
Point of Integration/Neurosis: seven with eight-wing; ENTJ

I have more dynamics and principles relating to the workings of the Enneagram/MBTI/Whole Brain Thinking Systems to share, of which I have observed and I am looking forward to sharing them in the near future.

Mark Anthony Rockliff 9w1 INFP 1221
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