When we were at vicar school, we did quite a lot of stuff looking at personality types and their possible value/significance. I have been revisiting the enneagram ahead of a service I'm due to take in a couple of week's time. I am enjoying the reading, and decided it was time to do a 'proper' enneagram test to see if what I'd understood myself to be in yesteryear was still the case.
So, I used my 'free time' at the Ministers' Conference to do a paid for Enneagram test here. And, guess what, after all these years I still come out equally a 'Loyal' (6) and 'Reformer' (1), with 'Achiever' (3) only just behind. The blurb says that 6s and 1s can be mis-typed as each other, so maybe it's not so odd to be equal on the two.
The book I'm reading 'The Sacred Enneagram' by Christopher L Heuretz is fascinating, complex, readable and I think quite helpful. How I'm going to distill any of it into 20 minutes is another matter altogether!!