The Enneagram Personality Color Test: How it works

Enneagram Colors

The personality color test is derived from the Enneagram personality types. It combines two factors commonly used with the Enneagram types to uniquely define the nine personality types.

The two factors have to do with the three centers of intelligence and Karen Horney's three types. These two groups of three (two sets of triads) can be combined to form a foundation for the types that makes clear both their differences and similarities.

The three primary colors are associated with the centers of intelligence and the three secondary colors are associated with Karen Horney's three types. Color pairs can then be used to represent the types.

The color pairs not only make it easier to understand and differentiate between the Enneagram types but also avoid the complexity of the symbol by referring to a simple 3 x 3 matrix instead.

Click on a topic below to learn more about the Enneagram personality color test.

You can take a test to determine your likely type and have its colors explained by clicking here.

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