Posted by savvy (188.8.131.52) on August 01, 2003 at 18:54:47:
In Reply to: Welcome Savia :) posted by Randy (184.108.40.206) on August 01, 2003 at 04:37:54:
> Yes, I am very much like that myself.
> I can't imagine how much it might have
> helped me if I would have come across
> the Enneagram when I was 19. Of course,
> maybe I wasn't ready for it either.
> I'm 32 now, and as far as I can tell, I
> will be spending as little time at a regular
> job as possible in order to work on my music
> for the rest of my life. I can't imagine
> ever going to a "normal" existence. I loathe
> having a 9 to 5 existence. It doesn't fit me.
> If I'm still a starving artist when I'm 90 years
> old, so be it. I don't want to get to the end
> of my life and have to say "I wonder what
> it would have been like If I had tried to
> pursue my dreams?" No way. It's all or nothing,
> because all I know is the way I am. I must
> express what tore me up inside for so many years.
> All of this emotion inside NEEDS to come out,
> and I hope to God that by sharing it, someone
> else out there will be helped by it.
Thanks for sharing that Randy, Yeah a 9-5 routine would kill me too. I came across Enneagram beacuse I was on a desperate search to find myself I've tried astrology,tarot cards,psychologists,counselling, self-help books, personality tests,psychology books, medication(doctors always diagnose me wrong)I just had to find something to connect too and now I seem to have found just the thing.
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