The 972 Tritype in the Enneagram system, often referred to as “The Peacemaker,” “The Good Samaritan,” or “The Mediator,” is marked by characteristics from three primary types: Type 9 (The Peacemaker), Type 7 (The Enthusiast), and Type 2 (The Helper). The influence of these types comes from the Gut, Head, and Heart triads, respectively.

Individuals with the 972 Tritype are characterized by their serenity and wish for harmony (Type 9), pursuit of joy and optimism (Type 7), and the desire to be useful and loved (Type 2).

The Type 9 influence results in these individuals being peace-loving, agreeable, and accommodating. They tend to be inherently tranquil, preferring to avoid conflict and maintain a calm and harmonious environment. Type 9’s influence encourages the 972 individual to seek common ground, to be easy-going and patient.

The inclusion of Type 7 brings a joyful and enthusiastic aspect. This contributes to the optimistic demeanor, high energy, and versatility often observed in these individuals. They have a genuine zest for life, are curious, adventurous, and enjoy varied experiences. The Type 7’s influence encourages the 972 individual to look at the brighter side of life and to seek joy and pleasure, often bringing an enthusiastic spirit.

Lastly, the Type 2 aspect emphasizes their helpful and loving nature. Individuals with this Tritype tend to be warm-hearted, generous, and relationship-focused. They have a desire to be liked and appreciated, often doing things for others to garner affection. The Type 2’s influence encourages the 972 individual to have an intrinsic focus on others’ needs and to offer help when it’s needed.

As a whole, the 972 Tritype individuals can be loving, positive, and peace-centric folks who wish to create harmonious relationships and maintain a joyful disposition. They are great dispensers of kindness and often go above and beyond to help those they care for.

Of course, they also have their challenges, such as the tendency to avoid conflict or discomfort (Type 9), the propensity for escapism or distraction-seeking behaviour (Type 7), and disregarding their own needs because they are so focused on supporting others (Type 2).

In their personal growth journey, recognizing these challenges and working through them would lead these individuals to be more effective in their pursuit of peace, joy, and service, truly making them the “Peacemakers” or “Good Samaritans” of the Enneagram system.


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