RH Enneagram

One The Reformer
Traditional Enneagram By Ichazo [with RisoHudson changes in brackets] Holy Idea
Holy Perfection Serenity Resentment [Judging]

Two The Helper
Holy Will, Holy Freedom Humility Flattery [Ingratiation] Pride Of being unloved To feel love Intimacy “I am a caring, loving person.” “I am always loving— others take me for granted.” Holy Harmony, Holy Law, Holy Hope Truthfulness, Authenticity Vanity [Deceit]


Three The Achiever

Four The Individualist
Holy Origin Equanimity, Emotional Balance Melancholy [Fantasizing] Envy Of having no identity or significance To be themselves Identity

Personality Elements
Five The Investigator
Holy Omniscience, Holy Transparency

Six The Loyalist

Seven The Enthusiast

Eight The Challenger
Holy Truth

The Peacemaker
Holy Love


Holy Strength, Holy Faith Courage Cowardice [Worrying] Fear [Anxiety]

Holy Wisdom, Holy Work, Holy Plan Sobriety Planning [Anticipation] Gluttony Of being trapped in pain and deprivation To be satisfied and content Satisfaction and fulfillment “I am a happy, enthusiastic person.”

Virtue Fixation Passion Basic Fear

Detachment [Nonattachment] Stinginess [Retention] Avarice Of being helpless, incompetent, and incapable To be capable and competent Mastery

Innocence Vengeance [Objectification] Lust [Forcefulness]

Action Indolence [Daydreaming]

Of being bad, imbalanced, defective, corrupt To be good, Basic Desire to have integrity

Anger [Resentment]

Deceit [Vanity] Of being worthless To feel valuable Acceptance and validation

Of being without support and guidance To have support and guidance Security and safety “I am a committed, dependable person.”

In Search of Healthy Sense of Self Hidden Complaint Key Defense Mechanisms Main Temptation Saving Grace Structural Pattern Cognitive Error

Integrity and improvement “I am a reasonable, objective person.”

Core Elements of the Types by Riso and Hudson

Repression, Repression, Identification, reaction form., reaction form., projection, displacement displacement denial Extreme sense of Without needs, To constantly personal moral wellpush themselves obligation intentioned to be “the best” Objective and sensible Objectivity To identify with the superego Genuine empathy Indirection Value based on positive response from others Desire to be accepted Adaptability Value based on “performance,” external image

“I am right most of the time— others should listen to me.”

“I am an out“I am an “I am an intelstanding, intuitive, sensi- ligent, perceptive effective person.” tive person.” person.” “I am a superior person—others are jealous of me.” “I don’t really fit in—I am different from others.”

Of being harmed, controlled, and violated To protect themselves Survival (physical and legacy) “I am a strong, assertive person.”

Of loss, separation, and fragmentation Peace of mind and wholeness Harmony and stability “I am a peaceful, easygoing person.”

Sloth [Disengagement]

Introjection, Displacement, displacement, projection, splitting isolation To overuse To replace direct imagination in experience with search of self concepts Selfawareness Subjectivity Awareness of own distortions Concentration

“I am so “I am happy—if “I am fighting for “I do what I “I am content— smart—others others gave me what my survival—others am supposed to others pressure me can’t understand I wanted, I’d be would take advando—others don’t.” to change.” me.” happier.” tage of me.” Identification, displacement, projection Cycles of indecision—seek others for reassurance Repression, externalization, acting out To think that fulfillment is somewhere else Repression, displacement, denial To think that they are completely selfsufficient Know that confrontations threaten survival Expansiveness Feel that they are constantly working against something Repression, dissociation, denial

To avoid conflicts and self-assertion Value relationships—so receptive to change Self-effacement Peace of mind by disengaging from instincts and reality

Ability to maintain relationships Reactivity

Enthusiasm for things they love Responsiveness Anticipation of the future—loss of immediacy

To identify To think that they To look for guidwith their feelcan understand ance and security ings and emoby “witnessing” outside themselves tional states

Based on Understanding the Enneagram by Don Riso and Russ Hudson. www.EnneagramInstitute.com
2006, The Enneagram Institute, Arica, All Rights Reserved. Concept and Design 2006, Joyce Stenstrom.

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