Friends, you will notice that there are no links to "Enneagram tests" and that is very much on purpose. In our current culture, we are so used to quick results and "assessments" that the concept of a journey is often unappealing. But the Enneagram is a journey, as self-growth is a journey. If you are interested in learning more about the Enneagram and your own "type," we urge you to read, pray, meditate and wrestle, rather than take an assessment. There are Enneagram tests but these are not worth your time upfront (unless you want to shell some dough and take THE BIG test, which, you can). What is worth your time is just that; time. Take the time to learn, discover and self-reflect. Richard Rohr (his books are listed below) suggests reading each type in entirety before landing on any specifics. May we all "move further up, and further in."
Below are three different diagrams, all showing a visualization of the Enneagram. Each one reflects a different facet of the Enneagram. The first names each type. The second names each type's "core sin." The third shows how the 9 individual types, can be grouped into 3 sectors.
“Self-knowledge is tied with inner work, which is both demanding and painful. Change occurs amid birth pangs. It takes courage to walk such a path. Many avoid the path of self-knowledge because they are afraid of being swallowed up in their own abysses. But Christians have confidence that Christ has lived through all the abysses of human life and that he goes with us when we dare to engage in such confrontation with ourselves.”
"Without knowledge of self, there is no knowledge of God. Without knowledge of God, there is no knowledge of self."