The Enneagram

and why your blind type matters

Meaning, Purpose
And More Capacity

Meaning, Purpose
And More Capacity

The Enneagram and why your blind type matters will strengthen your capacities to create the sense of freedom you are looking for, and the sense of meaning and purpose you are longing for.

Buy your copy
of the book here

Buy your copy of the book here

This book will bring you following insight…

  • New book from bestselling author
  • More precise understanding of your type
  • New keys to open up your human potential
  • New tools for coaching, teaching and leadership
  • Discover all elements of your personal skills
  • Understand why part of your personality is ‘blind’ to you
  • Combine the original teachings with modern psychology
  • Manage your life theme by integrating your ‘blind’ type

What are people saying
about the book

Often, when people consider the Enneagram, they only think about finding out which of the nine types best fits them, but actually, the original meaning and sense of the Enneagram was much more versatile and nuanced. A skilled practitioner of the system could use it in many powerful and helpful ways, Flemming Christensen has been a serious student and teacher of the Enneagram for many years, and I have seen him grow tremendously in his capacity to embody the teachings and to be a help to his students. In “The Enneagram and why your blind type matters” , he presents a bold new way of looking at the nine points of the Enneagram in a way that brings more helpful knowledge to the surface – knowledge useful for clients as well as for one’s own self development. He has been researching this material and working with clients for years to test the usefulness of this approach, and it shows. For those seeking ways to get out of the box of thinking in simplistic terms about type, this book might just be a way to open up your horizons!


– Russ Hudson,

Author of The Enneagram: Nine Gateways to Presence and co-author of The Wisdom of the Enneagram


“A concise summary of a fresh and useful approach to Enneagram Studies. Fleming brings a practitioner ’s experience and a scholar’s depth to show us a path toward peace and meaning.”


– James Flaherty

 MCC, Founder, New Ventures West & Integral Coaching(tm)


“By adding a whole new dimension to the classical Enneagram types, the so-called “blind type”, Flemming Christensen’s new book presents us to an intellectual apparatus which it is fully justified to name the strongest and richest typology for identity-location available among the frameworks for understanding personality to day.”

– Ole Fogh Kirkeby

 mag. art, Dr.phil., professor, Director


Going in a little deeper

The Enneagram and why your blind type matters serve you a new vocabulary for your personal growth and development using the Enneagram… 
Click here to get a closer look at the models used and structure of the book.

About Flemming Christensen

Flemming Christensen (1963) is the founder and owner of his companies THINK ABOUT IT and The Enneagram Institute of Denmark. He is the author of 19 books and teaches professional and personal leadership skills in Denmark and internationally.

Since 1986, Flemming has been self-employed, a role that has given him experience and mastery of building
your own life based on what makes your heart sing. He is also one of the founders of “The initiative to
support the meaningful life”. The initiative is an organization supporting young adults between 15 and 30 years with training and a community to build new life skills.

For two decades, Flemming has been practicing zen-Buddhism and is currently taking a MA in Buddhist Studies. His teachings often blend psychology, philosophy, leadership, and relationships.