Transpersonal Tidbits: Enneagram of ‘Kitchen Process’ & the Personality Fixations – by ‘colinblundell’ |

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March 5 by The Running Son


How J. G. Bennett’s Kitchen Process mapping overlaps the Personality Fixations

by ‘colinblundell’

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Originally posted on Dec 19, 2012

If the Enneagram, as a model, describes all human [and inhuman] processes, does the temporal order of events in a process have anything to do with the way the (enneagram) Fixations are ordered?

This is a purely rhetorical question since some part of me (colinblundell) has already answered it to its own satisfaction thus:-

9. The peaceful autonomous self-fulfillment of Nine-ishness in Life enables it to have a detached view of the whole process 1 – 9…

1. To have a proper  conception of the kitchen ready for work requires the ordered, all-encompassing Big Picture, visionary approach typical of One-ishness…

2. When the kitchen is at work it requires the sensitive guidance of a person who cares about other people—Two-ishness might be handy here…

3. Selection of raw food requires purpose and persistent focus and direction—Three-ishness has these characteristics…

4. Preparing the food demands creativity which is broadly the province of Four-ishness…

5. Cooking the food is applied creativity— taking into account all that’s known about methods, constantly reviewing the variables involved—Five-ishness is good at checking and observing…

6. No use doing any catering unless you consider the needs of other people—Six-ishness is good at doing this…

7. Serving a meal requires enthusiasm and a practical zest for style—Seven-ishness has both these characteristics…

8. A good way of eating a meal is to be in control of how you eat. Eights have self-leading qualities which well fits them for making calm decisive assessments of the success of a meal…

9. The peaceful autonomous self-fulfillment of Nine-ishness in Life enables it to have a detached view of the whole process 1 – 9 again… round and round…




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