Introduction + Review

In moving to Part 2, Scott shifts the focus from the foundation or roots of the “Enneagram tree” to its trunk, specifically equating the nine types of the Enneagram as akin to the bark or outer layer of the tree that protects what is vital and alive within.

Looking at the nine types will involve tracking a journey into the genuine self that has nine different forms. In addition to examining the Downward Ascent with each of the types, we will also identify some fascinating polarities that are a part of each type.