Why Ones Appreciate

Enneatype One is known for self-critical perfectionism. While we all find failure painful and can be hard on ourselves when we most need kindness, Ones are haunted by the prospect of falling short even in ways other people might dismiss as unimportant, and can get caught up in endless recrimination....Read More »*

"Let it Go" - "Frozen" and the Enneagram Type One - Gary Houchens

Disney’s latest animated blockbuster, Frozen, occupies a major role in my house right now. I took my four-year-old daughter to see this film just before Christmas, and it has become a bit of an obsession for her. We have near-nightly reenactments of the movie, and since purchasing the soundtrack,...Read More »*

"House, M.D.": An Appreciation and Analysis by Mario Sikora

 Spoiler alert: For those of you in the US who may not yet have caught up with the final season, and those of us elsewhere in the world where the final season may not yet have aired, this article contains some plot points that you may not...Read More »*

John Lennon, An Enneagram Profile by Gavan Kearney

John Lennon is one of the great icons of rock music and popular culture. As a member of the Beatles he played a key role in transforming pop music from simple bubblegum entertainment into an increasingly complex medium, and as a campaigner for...Read More »*

David Bowie: An Enneagram Profile by Gavan Kearney

David Bowie (born David Robert Jones, 1947) is amongst the most charismatic, individualistic and influential figures in popular music, with a back catalogue spanning some five decades and comprising a dizzying array of musical genres and changes of image. He embodies many of the key...Read More »*