Enneagram Notes - SPLIT Nov 14, 2015 5:42:47 GMT -5 by Heron
Post by Heron on Nov 14, 2015 5:42:47 GMT -5
Mr. Erifrail, welcome back. We missed you.
I wanted to tell you: the book is written very very well! Everything seems to be explained in a clear manner, with the right amount of vocabulary without seeming excessively wordy or incomprehensible. I haven't read it completely though, I read mainly some personally interesting parts and others I wanted to have clearer in my mind. I noticed some typos, but I didn't write them down, I will do that as I go on while reading more carefully from the start (and if there is, some criticism for tough cookies if it seems to me that would benefit the book)!
About the NDA, I will send it to you as soon as possible, probably today.
About suggesting users... I personally don't know who could I suggest, I might have some ideas but they are out of superficial impressions, I would like to be more sure before making any name.
There is a little thing I wanted to point out anyway, I don't know if you would find it relevant: in the Si chapter I noticed that there are many people that would probably be typed as 6 in the enneagram, and I think that for knowledgeable enneagram readers would probably find it confusing, or making correlations such as Si lead = 6, while it isn't necessarily the case (there are many 6s that are actually Beta types for example). I am pointing this out because there are some visual cues that can be used to recognize the enneagram types, and some of these visual cues of the 6 crossed with Si signals can make a very caricatural combination. So it would be good to add a little variety in the examples of Si types to not let it be overcharged with examples of 6s as well.