One method that I am excited to share with you for mental support and self care is journaling, Visual Journaling to be exact. From my years in practices, journaling has been one consistent method for self introspection.
Journaling is very intimate, very personal, and helps you retreating from your thoughts. So without further ado, for those interested, join our Visual Journaling Expanding Your Emotional Intelligence community
Does knowing one predict the other?
As you may already know, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI®) and the Enneagram of Personality are two of the most widely used personality tests today.
While each of these tools is based on its own theory of how personality traits align in combination to form a fixed number of psychological types, people often wonder how much their Myers-Briggs type reveals about their Enneagram type, and vice versa.
The short answer is:
Separately, they are rich. Together, they are powerful.
When it comes to understanding yourself and the way your inherent personality traits affect all aspects of your life and your relationships with others, gaining deeper insight into two of the most highly regarded theories and instruments for assessing personality types — the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and the Enneagram system of personality— can help you learn far more about the core of who you are and how you operate in the world, both when you are centered and when you are under stress.
Kate is an INFJ-3 on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and Enneagram.