Enneagram 7 Enthusiast core desire to be satisfied and free, child jumping for joy at beach

 Overview

General Archetypal Names: Enthusiast, Entertainer, Epicure, Visionary, Explorer, 

Core Motivational Theme: Choice/Freedom, Satisfaction/Contentment

Core Fear: being deprived, in pain, constrained, bored/boring, committed/trapped; FOMO (fear of missing out)

Core Desire: having options/choice; being happy, satisfied, content, excited, joyful; being free to explore and experience 

Center of Intelligence: head/thinking

Connecting Points: 1 (gut), 5 (head)

Archetypal Journey (Levels of Consciousness)

Eternal Child Jungian archetype holding porn magazine, indulging in sensual, hedonistic pleasure. Enneagram type 7 tarot.

The world exists for my happiness. It revolves around me and my desires. Whatever I want is right. 

Disorganized Jack of all trades multitasking and procrastinating. Suffering from Paradox of Choice. Enneagram 7 archetype

Never a dull moment, I am constantly engaged and never bored, nor am I boring. I’m basically a best-selling author; I just kind of have to finish my book; but first, I need to finish my painting; but first…

Blissful Renaissance Woman sitting in meditation, choiceless awareness amidst finished projects and commitments. Awakened 7

“Follow your bliss. If you do follow your bliss, you put yourself on a kind of track that has been there all the while waiting for you, and the life you ought to be living is the one you are living. I say, follow your bliss and don’t be afraid, and doors will open where you didn’t know they were going to be…If your bliss is just your fun and your excitement, you’re on the wrong track. I mean, you need instruction. Know where your bliss is. And that involves coming down to a deep place in yourself.” – Joseph Campbell

Integration and Disintegration / Connecting Points

7 integration 5: scattered to focus, depth, expertise, self-observation commitment, paradox of choice. Rationalizing behavior
7 disintegration 1: imagination to aggrandized self-image to critical, impatient; self-avoidance, pseudo-moralism. Restraint