Kachow *finger guns*

Pronounced ARR-thuh-lin

— simping for OG Husbandos Prince Vegeta, Lord Sesshoumaru, Colonel Mustang and Itachi since day 1💙
— villians & demon men will always nab my heart🥰
— 2434 & 2234 (iykyk😉)
— unfiltered & unhinged who will say some sus bde fuckshit hehe🗿
— anyone wanna be my runescape gf?😳

Arthelyne-Joy, AJ and Joy for short, is an advocate for the Itty Bitty Titty Committee and the Petite Community. Born and raised in Hawai’i, on the island of Oah’u on July 31st. A petite Fil-Am female continuously struggling to accept her body.

Astrology Natal Chart: Planets and Houses

*For entertainment and self-reflection use only.


» ♌︎☉Leo Sun in 8° 51'
» ♏︎☽Scorpio Moon in 17° 36'
» ♌︎☿Leo Mercury in 28° 12' (ʀ)
» ♋︎♀︎Cancer Venus in 15° 17'
» ♋︎♂︎Cancer Mars in 17° 17'
» ♓︎♃Pisces Jupiter in 27° 43' (ʀ)
» ♉︎♄Taurus Saturn in 3° 26'
» ♒︎♅Aquarius Uranus in 10° 50' (ʀ)
» ♒︎♆Aquarius Neptune in 0° 32' (ʀ)
» ♐︎♇Sagittarius Pluto in 5° 21' (ʀ)
» ♍︎☊Virgo True North Node in 1° 42'
» ♍︎☊Virgo Mean North Node in 2° 28'
» ♓︎☋Pisces True South Node in 1° 42'
» ♓︎☋Pisces Mean South Node in 2°28'
» ♓︎↑Pisces Ascendant (AC/ASC/Rising) in 16° 43'
» ♐︎Sagittarius Midheaven (MC/Medium Coeli) in 20° 39'
» ♍︎↓Virgo Descendant (DC/DSC) in 16° 43'
» ♊︎Gemini IC (Imum Coeli) in 20° 39'
» ♎︎Libra Mean Lilith in 25° 30'
» ♏︎Scorpio Chiron in 12° 46'
» ♊︎Gemini Ceres in 1° 04'
» ♋︎Cancer Vesta in 11° 15'
» ♎︎Libra Juno in 5° 29'
» ♈︎Aries Pallas in 1° 49' (ʀ)


» 1st House: Pisces (Contains Jupiter and Pallas)
» 2nd House: Aries (Contains Saturn)
» 3rd House: Taurus (No Planet and Ceres)
» 4th House: Gemini (Venus and Vesta)
» 5th House: Cancer (Contains Sun and Mars)
» 6th House: Leo (Contains Mercury and North Node)
» 7th House: Virgo (Contains No Planet and Juno)
» 8th House: Libra (Contains Moon, Chiron and Lilith)
» 9th House: Scorpio (Contains Pluto)
» 10th House: Sagittarius (No Planet)
» 11th House: Capricorn (Contains Uranus and Neptune)
» 12th House: Aquarius (No Planet and South Node)

Astrology Natal Chart Part Ⅱ: Aspects

*For entertainment and self-reflection use only.

» ☉□☽Sun (Leo) Square Moon (Scorpio) 8°45'
» ☉□♄Sun (Leo) Square Saturn (Taurus) 5°24'
» ☉□Sun (Leo) Square Chiron (Scorpio) 3°55'
» ☉☍♅Sun (Leo) Opposition Uranus (Aquarius) 2°00'
» ☉☍♆Sun (Leo) Opposition Neptune (Aquarius) 8°19'
» ☉△♇Sun (Leo) Trine Pluto (Sagittarius) 3°30'
» ☉△Sun (Leo) Trine Pallas (Aries) 7°01'
» ☉*Sun (Leo) Sextile Juno (Libra) 3°21'
» ☉bQ↑Sun (Leo) Bi-Quintile Ascendant (Pisces) 1°52'

» ☽□♅Moon (Scorpio) Square Uranus (Aquarius) 6°46'
» ☽△♀Moon (Scorpio) Trine Venus (Cancer) 2°19'
» ☽△♂Moon (Scorpio) Trine Mars (Cancer) 0°18'
» ☽△↑Moon (Scorpio) Trine Ascendant (Pisces) 0°53'
» ☽△Moon (Scorpio) Trine Vesta (Cancer) 6°21'
» ☽☌Moon (Scorpio) Conjunction Chiron (Scorpio) 4°50'
» ☽SSQMoon (Scorpio) Sesiquiquadrate Pallas (Aries) 0°47'
» ☽Q♆Moon (Scorpio) Quintile Neptune (Aquarius) 0°56'

» ☿□Mercury (Leo) Square Pluto (Sagittarius) 7°09'
» ☿□Mercury (Leo) Square Ceres (Gemini) 2°53'
» ☿☍☋Mercury (Leo) Opposition True South Node (Pisces) 3°30'
» ☿☍☋Mercury (Leo) Opposition Mean South Node (Pisces) 4°17'
» ☿△♄Mercury (Leo) Trine Saturn (Taurus) 5°14'
» ☿△⦶Mercury (Leo) Trine Midheaven (Sagittarius) 7°33'
» ☿☌☊Mercury (Leo) Conjunction True North Node (Virgo) 3°30'
» ☿☌☊Mercury (Leo) Conjunction Mean North Node (Virgo) 4°17'
» ☿⊼♃Mercury (Leo) Inconjunct Jupiter (Pisces) 0°29'
» ☿⊼♆Mercury (Leo) Inconjunct Neptune (Aquarius) 2°20'
» *Mercury (Leo) Sextile Mean Lilith (Libra) 2°42'
» ☿∠♀︎Mercury (Leo) Semi-Square Venus (Cancer) 2°05'

» ♀︎△↑Venus (Cancer) Trine Ascendant (Pisces) 1°25'
» ♀︎△Venus (Cancer) Trine Chiron (Scorpio) 2°31
» ♀︎☌♂︎Venus (Cancer) Conjunction Mars (Cancer) 2°00'
» ♀︎☌Venus (Cancer) Conjunction Vesta (Cancer) 4°02'
» ♀⊼♅Venus (Cancer) Inconjunct Uranus (Aquarius) 4°27'
» ♀⊼⦶Venus (Cancer) Inconjunct Midheaven (Sagittarius) 5°22'
» ♀︎∠☊Venus (Cancer) Semi-Square True North Node (Virgo) 1°24'
» ♀︎∠Venus (Cancer) Semi-Square Ceres (Gemini) 0°47'
» ♀︎SSQ☋Venus (Cancer) Sesiquiquadrate True South Node (Pisces) 1°24'
» ♀︎Q♄Venus (Cancer) Quintile Saturn (Taurus) 0°09'

» ♂︎△↑Mars (Cancer) Trine Ascendant (Pisces) 0°35'
» ♂︎△Mars (Cancer) Trine Chiron (Scorpio) 4°31'
» ♂︎☌Mars (Cancer) Conjunction Vesta (Cancer) 6°02'
» ♂︎⊼♅Mars (Cancer) Inconjunct Uranus (Aquarius) 6°27'
» ♂︎⊼⦶Mars (Cancer) Inconjunct Midheaven (Sagittarius) 3°22'
» ♂︎∠☊Mars (Cancer) Semi-Square True North Node (Virgo) 0°36'
» ♂︎∠☊Mars (Cancer) Semi-Square Mean North Node (Virgo) 0°11'
» ♂︎∠Mars (Cancer) Semi-Square Ceres (Gemini) 1°13'
» ♂︎SSQ☋Mars (Cancer) Sesiquiquadrate True South Node (Pisces) 0°36'
» ♂︎SSQ☋Mars (Cancer) Sesiquiquadrate Mean South Node (Pisces) 0°11'
» ♂︎Q♄Mars (Cancer) Quintile Saturn (Taurus) 1°51'

» ♃□⦶Jupiter (Pisces) Square Midheaven (Sagittarius) 7°05'
» ♃☍Jupiter (Pisces) Opposition Juno (Libra) 7°45'
» ♃△♇Jupiter (Pisces) Trine Pluto (Sagittarius) 7°38'
» ♃☌Jupiter (Pisces) Conjunction Pallas (Aries) 4°06'
» ♃⊼☊Jupiter (Pisces) Inconjunct True North Node (Virgo) 3°58'
» ♃⊼Jupiter (Pisces) Inconjunct Mean Lilith (Libra) 2°13'
» ♃*♆Jupiter (Pisces) Sextile Neptune (Aquarius) 2°49'
» ♃*Jupiter (Pisces) Sextile Ceres (Gemini) 3°21'
» ♃∠♅Jupiter (Pisces) Semi-Square Uranus (Aquarius) 1°53'
» ♃SSQJupiter (Pisces) Sesiquiquadrate Chiron (Scorpio) 0°03'

» ♄□♅Saturn (Taurus) Square Uranus (Aquarius) 7°24'
» ♄□♆Saturn (Taurus) Square Neptune (Aquarius) 2°54'
» ♄☍Saturn (Taurus) Opposition Chiron (Scorpio) 9°20'
» ♄△☊Saturn (Taurus) Trine True North Node (Virgo) 1°45'
» ♄△☊Saturn (Taurus) Trine Mean North Node (Virgo) 0°58'
» ♄⊼♇Saturn (Taurus) Inconjunct Pluto (Sagittarius) 1°55'
» ♄⊼Saturn (Taurus) Inconjunct Juno (Libra) 2°02'
» ♄*☋Saturn (Taurus) Sextile True South Node (Pisces) 1°45'
» ♄*☋Saturn (Taurus) Sextile Mean South Node (Pisces) 0°58'
» ♄∠↑Saturn (Taurus) Semi-Square Ascendant (Pisces) 1°44'
» ♄SSQSaturn (Taurus) Sesiquiquadrate Midheaven (Sagittarius) 2°12'

» ♅□Uranus (Aquarius) Square Chiron (Scorpio) 1°56'
» ♅△Uranus (Aquarius) Trine Juno (Libra) 5°21'
» ♅☌♆Uranus (Aquarius) Conjunction Neptune (Aquarius) 10°18
» ♅⊼Uranus (Aquarius) Inconjunct Vesta (Cancer) 0°25'
» ♅*♇Uranus (Aquarius) Sextile Pluto (Sagittarius) 5°29'

» ♆△Neptune (Aquarius) Trine Ceres (Gemini) 0°32'
» ♆△Neptune (Aquarius) Trine Juno (Libra) 4°57'
» ♆⊼☊Neptune (Aquarius) Inconjunct True North Node (Virgo) 1°09'
» ♆⊼☊Neptune (Aquarius) Inconjunct Mean North Node (Virgo) 1°56'
» ♆*♇Neptune (Aquarius) Sextile Pluto (Sagittarius) 4°49'
» ♆*Neptune (Aquarius) Sextile Pallas (Aries) 1°17'
» ♆∠↑Neptune (Aquarius) Semi-Square Ascendant (Pisces) 1°10'
» ♆⊻☋Neptune (Aquarius) Semi-Sextile True South Node (Pisces) 1°09'

» ♇□☊Pluto (Sagittarius) Square True North Node (Virgo) 3°39'
» ♇□☊Pluto (Sagittarius) Square Mean North Node (Virgo) 2°52'
» ♇□☋Pluto (Sagittarius) Square True South Node (Pisces) 3°39'
» ♇□☋Pluto (Sagittarius) Square Mean South Node (Pisces) 2°52'
» ♇☍Pluto (Sagittarius) Opposition Ceres (Gemini) 4°17'
» ♇△Pluto (Sagittarius) Trine Pallas (Aries) 3°32'
» ♇*Pluto (Sagittarius) Sextile Juno (Libra) 0°08'
» ♇bQPluto (Sagittarius) Bi-Quintile Vesta (Cancer) 0°06'

» △↑Chiron (Scorpio) Trine Ascendant (Pisces) 3°57'
» △Chiron (Scorpio) Trine Vesta (Cancer) 1°31'
» Q☊Chiron (Scorpio) Quintile North Node (Virgo) 0°56'

» □☊Ceres (Gemini) Square True North Node (Virgo) 0°37'
» □☊Ceres (Gemini) Square Mean North Node (Virgo) 1°24'
» □☋Ceres (Gemini) Square True South Node (Pisces) 0°37'
» □☋Ceres (Gemini) Square Mean South Node (Pisces) 1°24'
» △Ceres (Gemini) Trine Juno (Libra) 4°24'
» *Ceres (Gemini) Sextile Pallas (Aries) 0°45'
» bQCeres (Gemini) Bi-Quintile True Lilith (Libra) 0°52'
» bQCeres (Gemini) Bi-Quintile Mean Lilith (Libra) 0°26'

» ☍Pallas (Aries) Opposition Juno (Libra) 3°39'
» ⊼☊Pallas (Aries) Inconjunct True North Node (Virgo) 0°08'
» ⊼☊Pallas (Aries) Inconjunct Mean North Node (Virgo) 0°39'
» ⊻☋Pallas (Aries) Semi-Sextile True South Node (Pisces) 0°08'
» ⊻☋Pallas (Aries) Semi-Sextile Mean South Node (Pisces) 0°39'

» □Juno (Libra) Square Vesta (Cancer) 5°46'

» △↑Vesta (Cancer) Trine Ascendant (Pisces) 5°28'

Enneagram: Type 4w5

*For entertainment and self-reflection use only.

Aliases of this type include The Aesthete, The Giver, The Artist, The Cheerleader, The Drama Queen/King, The Individualist, The Romantic


The Enneagram (Ennea=9, Gram=Diagram) is simply a map for self-discovery and personal growth. The diagram describes the 9 basic personality types based upon their unique ways of relating to the world. The Enneagram accurately and clearly describes why you think, feel and behave in particular ways based upon your core fears and core desires. No one is a pure personality type: everyone is a unique mixture of his or her basic type and usually one has characteristics of one of the types that lie adjacent to one's own that are more prominent. This is called the wing. So someone who is a type 5, might have a 4 wing or a 6 wing. This may be abbreviated to "5w4" and "5w6". If one doesn't have a dominant wing, it is said that the wings are balanced.

1. The Reformer (1w2, 1w9)
2. The Helper (2w1, 2w3)
3. The Achiever (3w2, 3w4)
4. The Individualist (4w3, 4w5)
5. The Investigator (5w4, 5w6)
6. The Loyalist (6w5, 6w7)
7. The Enthusiast (7w6, 7w8)
8. The Challenger (8w7, 8w9)
9. The Peacemaker (9w1, 9w8)


Self-hatred and envy is a common problem in unhealthy Fours. When they are out of balance, Fours feel that everything positive, everything they want to have exists outside themselves. Many Fours are incredibly romantic yet demanding. They dream of a perfect relationship, of someone who will come and rescue them from their boring life. Another thing Fours dream about is being discovered. They fantasize that one day someone will recognize their true talents. These people are complex people and are very interested in self- improvement and self-help.

They are willing to listen to others’ problems and support them when needed. Unhealthy Fours can be very self-absorbed and insensitive, however. Some Fours are even proud of their emotional suffering. Fours are generally more pessimistic than other types. More than other types, they are more likely to enjoy sad songs and movies because it helps them feel their emotions even deeper. Fours are often able to transform their negative experiences into something valuable. They may not know who they are, but they certainly know who they are not. “I would never do such a thing!” is something they often say.

The Four with a Five-Wing (4w5) is more introverted than the other subtype. They are more analytical and reflective, longing to be discovered for their unique qualities. The Four with a Three-Wing (4w3) is a more success-oriented subtype. They focus more on their appearance and are more extroverted than 4w5. 4w5s are deep and intense people. They are less active and practical than their 4w3 counterparts, but on the other hand, they are more analytical and more academically inclined. 4w5s possess both the creativity and intuition of Fours and the savviness of Fives. Thanks to this unique combination, 4w5s can produce original work that evokes emotions and stimulates the mind. Fours are extremely sensitive to criticism, but those with a Five-Wing are more independent in this regard.

They see the value of their work regardless of other people’s opinions. If they produce something, they do it for themselves first and foremost. Other people’s acknowledgment and appreciation are secondary to them. Similarly, they are less concerned with impressing others than their 4w3 counterparts. Although the core type 4 is very image-conscious, Fours with a Five-Wing choose a more modest lifestyle. Their frugality can vary depending on the strength of their Five-Wing. 4w5s may reject other people’s help to avoid being indebted to someone, they don’t want to be vulnerable and they don’t want to feel inferior or inadequate. After all, who can guarantee that they can trust the benefactor and that the unearned benefit won’t be used as an instrument of manipulation in the future?

Enneagram: Instinctual Subtype

*For entertainment and self-reflection use only.

Instinctual Stacking is SP/SO/SX-Blindness


In addition to the Enneagram type, people are also considered to be one of three instinctual variants. The three instincts (often erroneously called “the subtypes”) are a third set of distinctions that are extremely important for understanding personality.

1. Self-Preservation (SP): dealing with oneself
2. Sexual (SX): dealing with another person
3. Social (SO): dealing with a group



The Self-Preservation Instinct, above all, craves stability. Both on a physical level (lifestyle, comfort, resources, etc.), and to a lesser extent, on a mental and emotional level as well. Striving for independence and autonomy, it aims to be resourceful in order to deal with life's challenges. Aware of itself and others' limitations, it is careful to not overexert itself. Unlike the other two instincts, which both deal with other people, SP focuses on the self: how comfortable it is, how safe and secure it is. SP gears its actions towards this ideal, for example, getting a job to provide steady income, and staying away from potentially harmful situations. A common defense tactic of SP to keep away from draining situations/people is to build up "walls", remaining distant and impersonal until it can fully trust the other person. The self can be rigid or fragile, but it must not be harmed at all costs. A common metaphor for SP is earth; quite literally grounded, providing fresh fruit for all those who seek to reap it. All things come from Gaia, and all things will return to her.


The Sexual Instinct, above all, seeks stimulation, whether it be physical, mental emotional, etc. This, most of the time, manifests as a want; a need for someone, to be intimate with and to fulfill their inner desires, or "make them whole". When SX finds someone, it knows it wants them, without hesitating to consider the consequences or background of the person. It wants unlimited connection and intimacy with that person, usually, but not necessarily in a sexual or romantic sense, and caters all their actions toward this person, e.g. making the first move in a relationship. Some authors have sought to tame this Instinct with new names, such as Intimate or One-to-One, but any attempt at reworking the Instinct into something wholesome/spiritual/romantic misses the mark: the Sexual Instinct is an unbridled narcotic of wanting, untethered by ethics/morality. The most common metaphor for SX is a burning flame; a raging fire that keeps itself alive by seeking fuel to feed it. On the other hand, SX can also be represented as rushing water; a river that seeks nothing more than to find its ocean, someone to lose itself into.


The Social Instinct, above all, is the desire to belong to a greater whole. This often manifests as a desire for fame, recognition, attention, connections and the valdiation/esteem gained from them, or to make an impact on the world. SO fears rejection and shunning, varying its approach and actions to blend in with the group, whether it be climbing the social ladder or helping others and doing good. SO feels a strong sense of loyalty to the group or community it's in, especially if it feels appreciated and loved. SO connects with others through mutual bonding activities, and getting to know one another at a chosen pace. It seeks stable connections with others, whether for the sake of connecting with others or for their own sake. The interpersonal dance between people from all walks of life. A common metaphor for SO is fresh air; it is expansive, and travels far and wide, searching for others of its kind. It also brings forth sunlight; it shines on the Earth, bringing a gleam to all it touches.



Has a sense for being appropriate in social situations. Protects themselves through following and insisting upon civility, general politeness, or professional norms. Doesn't modulate their personal energy widely. Keeps even, consistent, and sturdy. Has a tracking instinct for the underbellies ('shadowside') of society and governments with respect to finance and resource mismanagement. What they take in through their senses gets filtered through cynicism. Savers, collectors, people who find ways to make contributions to (or oppose) their community without being conspicuous or to have genuinely transgressed. Has a more refined sense of implementing reverse crowd psychology than SP/SX.

Understanding the need for both solidarity and solitude, SP/SO strikes a balance between self-sufficiency and social connection. Their level-headed quality attracts people to them; they're wanted for their stability and ability to pull people back to earth. Equipped with a "if you want something done, do it yourself" attitiude, they prefer to take care of their own issues, but may appease others in order to get ahead. Approachable yet self-assertive, SP/SO can be relied on to be a rock in the storm.

SX-blinds have a far gentler approach to interpersonal relationships, and are sometimes unsure and cautious in approaching someone they are attracted to. When in a close relationship, they may have trouble or insecurity in showing enough intimacy, and tend to compensate for this through acts of service(SO) or advice and stability(SP) for their loved ones and/or partners. SX-blinds also have the tendency to "compartmentalize" their relationships, seperating them and putting them into "boxes" (e.g. work acquaintences, online friends, real life friends, etc. are seperated).

Enneagram: TriType 459

*For entertainment and self-reflection use only.

Enneagram Tritype is 4-5-9
Enneagram Tritype with wings is 4w5-5w6-9w1

Type preference is:
⒈ Type 4 with Type 5 wing (Heart Center)
⒉ Type 5 with Type 6 wing (Head Center)
⒊ Type 9 with Type 1 wing (Gut Center)


Katherine Chernick Fauvre and David W. Fauvre created and trademarked the term Tritype®. The Tritype concept evolved from Oscar Ichazo's trifix concept. Tritype basically looks at an individual in terms of three types. An individual identifies the dominant type from each center or triad.

» Heart Center (Feeling): 234 - Shame and Image
» Head Center (Thinking): 567 - Anxiety and Fear
» Gut Center (Instinctual): 891 - Anger and Self-Forgetting



People in this group are chiefly guided by the emotional qualities that sustain relationships with others — things like recognition, social inclusion and emotional support. Whereas gut types focus on their inner sense of control, heart types direct the focus outwards. How am I perceived by others? Do people like me? What can I do to develop these relationships? Above all, heart types want others to pay attention to them. They want to be noticed. Yes, they are emotionally intelligent and can both access their own feelings and adapt well to the moods and feelings of others. But the driver is less about supporting others in a truly altruistic way, and more about deriving a sense of self-worth from the appreciation they receive for their efforts. If their needs for recognition are not met, then a heart-type will react with panic, longing, sadness and, above all, shame. They feel flawed and undeserving if others are not actively appreciating their contributions. When heart types feel their self-esteem plummeting, then it’s a sure sign that their center of intelligence is out of balance.


This does not mean that these types are smarter than the others. Rather, their head center is the place where the desire for safety, competence and predictability are the primary instincts. The focus of the head types is analysis. For this group, the world is primarily perceived through a series of factual concepts. The goal is to gain security through the mental processes of planning, thinking and foresight. Head types trust these processes as the best way to help them gain control over potentially painful or dangerous situations. What you’ll notice with head types is they navigate a new situation by first distancing themselves from it. Unlike gut types who act immediately, head types will not leap until they have looked and planned the situation very, very carefully. When safety, reliability and predictability are in short supply, head types will react with fear, caution, mistrust and doubt. They can often be paralyzed by fear, risking inaction and complete detachment from their heart and gut if their safety is compromised. This is why, for head types, connection to the Instinctual and Feeling triads is essential for their well-being. Analyzing your experiences from a distance is not bad, but analysis in and of itself, without action, will not get you anywhere.


These types are driven by the need for independence, both from other people and from the restrictive conditions of their environment. For these types, responses are extremely visceral. A strong gut feeling or intuition informs their decision-making, and they react almost immediately to their surroundings without ever really pausing to think about whether their impulses are meaningful, or how their reactions might affect others. More than anything, these types want to live with autonomy and self-determination in a clear-cut world of good and bad, right and wrong, where they can defend their territory and be grounded in the world. If they feel bad, they usually blame themselves. When their freedoms are restricted, they get angry, or sometimes they'll act with resentment or impatience at their own powerlessness. When gut types start to get angry or impatient for no obvious reason, it’s a sure sign they’re out of balance. The gut has much to say when it feels under threat, but it needs support from the head and heart centers to even things out.


The 459 are intuitive, knowledgeable and accepting. They want to be original, wise and peaceful. Highly self-aware and reflective, they are very shy, reserved and self-conscious. 459s need regular quiet time to reflect on their thoughts and emotions. Easily flooded with emotion, it is difficult for these people to voice their ideas and feelings. Their life mission is to delve deeply into the mysteries of life and share their insight with others. A true philosopher (also, contemplative), they are happiest when they can write about their discoveries and discuss them with others. Making sense of their world is a never ending quest. 459s can be so focused on their inner world that they can become inhibited and appear to be indifferent to others. Insecure, they become moody and expect others to initiate and come towards them. Their growing edge is to recognize that their need to pull away into the private world of their making to ponder their thoughts and feelings keeps them from engaging with others. True contemplation leads to higher knowing that we are all connected in the universal unconscious.

459s wait to be included. They are approachable but hope that others will come towards them. They are quiet in their demeanor. They project a sense of stillness. Their energy is soft and yielding. The 459 is the most reclusive type on the Enneagram. They are humble, modest and discreet. They can be ethereal and dreamy. They are passive and unassertive. They are shy but usually display a pleasant countenance. They have complex inner worlds. The objective with the subjective. They are gentle, sensitive and avoidant. Since they are so reserved, they express their anger in a passive-aggressive manner. 459 is a triple withdrawn, more removed and cut off as a way of addressing any inner anxiety. Their withdrawal and withholding feels harsh or very uninvolved. That's the type most likely to not realize their anger until much later, or not express it at all because they get stuck in not expressing themselves and experiencing everything more internally.


𝐓𝐘𝐏𝐄 𝟒 - 𝟒𝐖𝟓

The 4 feels that they have lost contact with their value and with their identity. They adopt a false belief that they are worthless, leading to an underlying feeling of shame. To compensate, the 4 tends to project a self-image of a mysterious, authentic, and unique individual. 4s over-express their feelings, preferring indirect methods to share and communicate what they feel. 4s spend a great deal of energy directing their self-image inward. 4s are seeking their true identity and are trying to make sure that it is based on their inner feelings and imagination. 4s reject many of their positive qualities and common characteristics that they share with others (it's hard to be unique if you are like others). 4s seek attention through withdrawal (which may at first seem like a contradiction) and withdraw to pull others in (especially into their inner world). They want others to notice their depth of character and to obtain sympathy for what they feel is their unjust suffering. 4s believe that Life has dealt them a bad hand and their underlying feeling of shame may lead to hostility against Life (despair). In addition, they may feel hostility at their parents (or others in their past), themselves (for being defective), and at others (for not recognizing how special they are).

The Enneagram Type 4 with the 5 Wing, desires to be avant-garde. They see themselves as original, sincere, mysterious, subtle, artistic and independent. The traits of 4s and of 5s tend to reinforce each other. Both are withdrawn types: 4s withdraw to protect their feelings, 5s to protect their security. 4w5s will be markedly more observant of the environment, particularly of other people. There is an intellectual depth and intensity here which is not found in the other subtype, but also a corresponding social insecurity. 4w5s are given not merely to self-absorption, but to philosophical and religious speculation. Their emotional world is the dominant reality, but with a strong intellectual cast. 4w5s tend to be extreme loners, more lacking in social connectedness than the other subtype. Thus, their artistic expressions more completely substituted for the person than in 4w3s. These people also frequently have an otherworldly, ethereal quality about them; they are extremely independent and unconventional to the point of eccentricity. They also tend to be secretive, intensely preoccupied with their thoughts, and purposely enigmatic in their self-expressions. Their creative ideas may also be somewhat unusual, possibly even surreal. Members of this subtype care little for communicating with those who cannot understand them. Rather, they are interested in expressing their inner vision, whether sublime or terrifying, bleak or lyrical.


𝐓𝐘𝐏𝐄 𝟓 - 𝟓𝐖𝟔

The 5 believes that they don't have enough to cope with life and that they lack the inner guidance to know what to do, leading to underlying feelings of fear and anxiety. To compensate, the 5 becomes motivated to find sources of security and confidence. They try to anticipate and prepare for the future, and spend their time trying to find and maintain a sense of inner guidance and support, pursuing mental strategies to create a (false) sense of security against anxiety.

The Enneagram Type 5 with the 6 Wing, desires to appear intellectual. They see themselves as changeable, receptive, careful, whimsical and trustworthy. This subtype is the one that has been most often associated with 5s – the intellectual who is interested in science, technology, acquiring facts and details. 5w6s are the analysts and catalogers of their environments; they are problem solvers and excel at dissecting the components of a problem or thing to discover how it works. The traits of the 5 and those of the 6 combine to produce one of the most “difficult” of the personality types to contact intimately or to sustain a relationship with. Both components, the 5 and the 6, are in the Thinking Triad, and 5w6s are perhaps the most intellectual of all the subtypes. They also tend to be more disengaged from their feelings than 5w4s. Persons of this subtype have problems trusting others, both because they are essentially 5s and because the 6 wing reinforces anxiety, making any kind of risk-taking in relationships difficult. However the comping mechanisms of the 5 and the 6 are somewhat at odds, creating an inner tension between the two components. 5s find security by withdrawing from others while 6s find security by working cooperatively with others. Hence, their interpersonal relations are erratic and in general are not an important part of their lives.


𝐓𝐘𝐏𝐄 𝟗 - 𝟗𝐖𝟏

The 9 believes that they have no sense of self and that they cannot assert their wants. Being unable to express themselves leads to an underlying feeling of rage. 9s are out of touch with their instinctual drives. They believe that expressing their views or asserting their needs will cause conflict or lack of harmony. 9s shut down most of their instincts by repressing and denying their own wants and needs. 9s try to maintain their autonomy by resisting change (both external pressures and passionate feelings). 9s often accommodate and go with the flow (in a sense giving up their independence), but they do so with the agreement to give the 9 their own space to do their own thing. If they don't get that space, their underlying rage may come out in passive-aggressive forms.

The Enneagram Type 9 with the 1 Wing, desires to appear elusive. They see themselves as pragmatic, clear, collected, funny, calm and harmonious. The traits of the 9 and those of the 1-wing tend to reinforce each other. 9s repress their emotions to maintain their peace, while 1s repress their emotions to maintain self-control. They are less adventurous and more reserved than people of the other subtype. In this subtype we see people who are more emotionally controlled and cooler than those in the other subtype, although they may well express anger with restraint and smolder indignation. The 1-wing adds a thinking component to this subtype, balancing the 9's unselfconscious, receptive orientation. Complacent and disengaged, they want to avoid all personal conflicts and antagonisms, but may be easily moved to anger since there is a testiness and edginess in this subtype. They are also concerned with respectability and often feel morally superior to different classes, cultures, and lifestyles. There may be a puritanical streak to them, as well as a prim and proper, perfectionistic quality to their personal style.

16 Personalities INFJ

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Aliases for this type include Insightful Visionary, Counselor, Author, Visionary, Foreseer Developer, Creative Wordsmith, Advisor, Protector, Advocate, Confidant, Idealist and Prophet. The INFJ is similar to a Melancholic-Phlegmatic temperament.


Each of the four letters of a personality code signifies a key personality trait of the type. The term INFJ comes from the Myers Briggs Type Indicator personality test. It is based on their theory that everyone in the world falls into one of 16 personality types. INFJ stands for Introversion (I), Intuitive (N), Feeling (F) and Judging (J). Those personality types are made up of 4 categories.

1. Introversion/Extroversion
2. Intuition/Sensing
3. Feeling/Thinking
4. Judging/Perceiving

Each personality type prefers to use four of the eight functions first described by Jung. These four functions comprise a type’s “functional stack” or cognitive functions. INFJ’s four functions are Introverted Intuition (Ni), Extraverted Feeling (Fe), Introverted Thinking (Ti) and Extraverted Sensing (Se). The relative strength of preference for these four functions is expressed in the following manner: dominant, auxiliary, tertiary, and inferior.

1. Introverted Sensing (Si)
2. Extraverted Sensing (Se)
3. Introverted Intuition (Ni)
4. Extraverted Intuition (Ne)
5. Introverted Thinking (Ti)
6. Extraverted Thinking (Te)
7. Introverted Feeling (Fi)
8. Extraverted Feeling (Fe)

The four temperaments were conceptualised many years ago in one of the oldest known systems of personality types. Modern psychology is not much kinder to the four temperaments concept and, in general, dismisses most personality theories altogether. Despite that, usage of its terms — Sanguine, Phlegmatic, Choleric, and Melancholic — persists in both scientific and everyday language. Dr. Helen Fisher’s personality types — The Explorer, The Negotiator, The Director, and The Builder — bear a striking resemblance to Sanguine, Phlegmatic, Choleric, and Melancholic types, respectively. Having said that, this doesn’t minimize the value of her original research. The sixteen Myers-Briggs types are based on Jung’s theory. However, four of their sixteen types are almost identical to the four basic personality types from the four temperaments model. The remaining twelve could as well describe all variations of mixed temperaments. The INFJ who shares the same idealism and dreams as the ENFP, yet lacks their energy and enthusiasm for it. The INFJ can actually appear extremely cold and rational while working towards the dreams they believe in.

1. Sanguine: ESFP
2. Phlegmatic: INFP
3. Choleric: ENTJ
4. Melancholic: ISTJ
5. Sanguine-Phlegmatic: ENFP
6. Sanguine-Choleric: ENTP
7. Sanguine-Melancholic: ESFJ
8. Phlegmatic-Sanguine: ISFP
9. Phlegmatic-Choleric: INTP
10. Phlegmatic-Melancholic: ISFJ
11. Choleric-Sanguine: ESTP
12. Choleric-Phlegmatic: ENFJ
13. Choleric-Melancholic: ESTJ
14. Melancholic-Sanguine: ISTP
15. Melancholic-Phlegmatic: INFJ
16. Melancholic-Choleric: INTJ

About a couple of thousand years ago Hippocrates saw that people behaved in roughly four basic patterns that are known as temperaments. In more modern times David Keirsey began investigating temperaments again. The letters represent the preferences based on the work of Jung and Myers: S-Sensing, N-iNtuiting, T-Thinking, F-Feeling, J-Judging and P-Perceiving. He called the four temperaments: Artisan (SP), Guardian (SJ), Idealist (NF), and Rational (NT).

1. Artisan: ESFP, ISFP, ESTP, ISTP
2. Guardian: ESFJ, ISFJ, ESTJ, ISTJ
3. Idealist: ENFP, INFP, ENFJ, INFJ
4. Rational: ENTP, INTP, ENTJ, INTJ


INFJ people usually appear quiet but friendly and caring. Although they are very private people, it quickly becomes apparent that they have rich and complex internal lives. Because they are so complicated themselves, they can effortlessly understand others, including very troubled individuals whom everyone avoids. Although people with the INFJ personality type appear calm, they aren’t weak and don’t want to be told what to do. They will politely listen to your suggestions, then do what they intended to do. They spend a lot of energy making others feel happy and comfortable only to find themselves stressed and drained at the end.

INFJs are very observant; they can see things other people don’t even notice. INFJs see two people in everyone. They see the public persona, the outer shell, which everyone else sees. But more important, their Ni provides a deeper sense or impression of people, penetrating appearances and revealing hidden motives and intentions. Men and women of this type are prone to overthinking and often feel mentally exhausted. Because INFJ is the rarest personality type, people who belong to this type often feel like outsiders — they don’t fit in anywhere. It is not uncommon for them to question their own sanity.

The INFJ forgives easily, even when treated poorly. Even though these people can’t take criticism, they are their own harshest critics. This type can see our weaknesses, yet they don’t typically use that to their advantage. Unless the INFJ is comfortable with you, he or she may appear boring. Although INFJs understand other people’s feelings very well, they don’t spend much time sorting out their own emotions and still need our support.