part 1

“Harrison Wells on this Earth betrayed all of you?” Earth-Two Harrison Wells, or Harry, as Cisco dubbed him, asked.

“In different ways yes,” Barry replied, a little hesitant to let a Harrison Wells into their lives, no matter what Earth they’re from. “But it was never really Harrison Wells. It was a person from the future who took over Harrison Wells’s body.”

“Okay.” Harry said, “So what’d I do to that girl?” He was referring to (y/n). When (y/n) had taken a look at Harry, she had shrieked and ran. No one blamed her for acting that way. Harrison Wells was her father. If the person you knew as your father happened to be a supervillian from the future, wouldn’t you be scared too?

“Harrison Wells was (y/n)’s father. Eobard Thawne, he had taken over her father’s body and pretended to be her fayher for over a decade and she only found out when we had a DNA test done on the real Harrison Wells’s body.“

“Oh.” Harry spoke, softly. He was suddenly reminded of Jesse. “Where did she go?”

“Probably to the Pipeline,” Barry said, almost immediately, knowing (y/n) very well. “Since all the metas we catch go to Iron Heights now, it’s empty. She goes down there to think.”

“I’ll be back,” Harry stated, leaving the room. Cisco and Barry stood in confusion as Harry went off. Harry did not seem like the kind of person to console someone, but they didn’t question it. 

You sat on the ramp that goes to the cells in the pipeline. You were crying, trying to get over the fact that your father, or someone that looked like your father, was back. You were grieving your father’s death and you had just come to the point to accept it and this happens.

“I’m sorry if I had scared you.” A voice said behind you, your father’s voice, but you knew it was Harry, not your dad.

“I didn’t mean to scream,” you said quietly, “It’s not everyday you see someone who looks like your father in every conceivable way.”

“I have a daughter on my Earth.”

“Another me?” You asked, wondering where he was going with this. Harry had made sure to stand far away from you, as to not make you any more uncomfortable than you already were. You took it as a kind gesture.

“No, no, my daughter is in her teens still. Her name is Jesse.”

“Jesse? That’s my middle name.”

“Really?” Harry took a few steps toward you and sat down next to you. You had no idea what he was trying to do, whether it be console you or just have a conversation. You didn’t mind it though. It was weird, sitting with your father from a parallel universe. Maybe this Harrison Wells will be more like a father to you than Eobard ever tried to be.

I have no idea where I was going with that sort of ending, but here it is. I hope this is what you wanted.

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Enneagram Centres

The three centers (gut, heart & head) are sometimes referred to in terms of a dominant emotional response.

ANGER TYPES (Behavioral Domain) – 8, 9, 1

Anger can be thought of as an energy of will that pushes against obstacles.

  • For type 8, this energy arises in service of making things happen in the world.
  • For type 9, this energy arises as resistance when pushed into unwanted activities.
  • For type 1, this energy arises when correcting behavior and actions.

SHAME TYPES (Affective Domain) – 2, 3, 4

Shame can be thought of as a sense of self-deficiency in the eyes of others.

  • For type 2, there can be a feeling of not being lovable unless they are attending to the needs of others.
  • For type 3, there can be a feeling of not being worthwhile unless they are successful in the eyes of others.
  • For type 4, there can be a feeling of not being significant unless they cultivate their own unique qualities.

FEAR TYPES (Cognitive Domain) – 5, 6, 7 

Fear can be thought of as an anticipation of future negative uncertainties.

  • For type 5, negative uncertainties are prepared for by attaining knowledge.
  • For type 6, negative uncertainties are prepared for through doubting and questioning.
  • For type 7, negative uncertainties are prepared for by generating pleasant alternatives.

Since it can sometimes be difficult to see how types 9 and 3 fit their centers, another pair of labels are sometimes used to describe their centers.

  • Types 8, 9, and 1 are sometimes called the self-forgetting types.
    Type 9 is often described as the least self-aware type.
  • Types 2, 3, and 4 are sometimes called the image types.
    Type 3 is often described as the type most aware of image.
I need help from the MBTI/Enneagram community

could you explain to me the differences between ESFJ type 2 and ESFJ type 6?

also, if you could explain de differences between ESFJ type 6 and ISFJ type 6 i would be very happy

i have a hard time seen ESFJs as type 6. Type 6 screams “ISFJ” to me. and ESFJ screams type 2. i want to understand how a ESFJ type 6 works.

Thank you!

"Your Thoughts Inform your Reality"
Every human has an energy field, and every thought you think controls your energy field. Positive thoughts produce positive, light energy. Negative thoughts produce negative, dark energy.  Have you ever been walking down the street and seen someone coming towards you who really creeps you out, and you don’t know why? That “creepy” feeling you feel is your body’s natural reaction to that person’s negative, dark energy. Have you ever walked into a room of strangers and immediately and inexplicably were drawn to a certain person? That’s because their positive, light energy magnetically drew you to them. Think of it like this. Put a bunch of flies in a dark room then, after a few minutes, turn on the light. Where do the flies go? They all fly to the light. This is the exact same thing that happens with humans. We a drawn to the light. The lightworkers. Positive people whose positive thoughts light them up.  Think about something you love. Feel that thought. Feel the warm, positive energy flowing through your veins. Feel the warmth in your face from your smile. Your body is literally expanding from your joy. Good stuff, right? Now think about something that makes you angry. Feel that thought. Feel the pit in your stomach. Feel your muscles tense. Feel your head tighten. Shitty stuff, right? Hurry! Go back to the positive thought! Otters! Think of baby otters!  When you thought the positive thought, your body expanded, and you felt lighter. When you thought the negative thought, your body contracted, and you felt heavier. This expansion/lightness and contraction/heaviness is YOUR energy field, and YOUR thoughts created it!  Think positive thoughts, and you automatically become a magnet for more positive thoughts, more positive people, and more positive things. With one, simple, positive thought, you literally become like a hippie magician (I consider myself one) and you can make anything you want happen. I’m reading the bestselling book E-Squared, by Pam Grout, and in it are a bunch of experiments on energy and how your thoughts inform your reality. Here are some of my results from the experiments I’ve done so far.

Experiment #1: You tell God/the Universe/Whomever you believe in that you want someone in your life to send you a gift within the next 48 hours. On hour thirty-six, my co-worker walked over to my desk and gave me a fake red rose. MAGIC! Experiment #2: You tell God/the Universe/Whomever you believe in that you want to see “sunset beige” cars that day. I saw 84 sunset beige cars within 24 hours. MAGIC! Experiment #3: You choose something you want and tell God/the Universe/Whomever you believe in that you want it within 48 hours. I wrote in my book this morning that I wanted to win some money. Today I had two matching numbers in the Lucky Day Lotto and won $1. MAGIC!

During all these experiments, I walked around with the thought that something great was just about to happen, and it did. This thought literally informed my reality, and a bunch of awesome, magical stuff happened to me because of it.  So, you guys, try it out. Become a hippie magician. Ask God/the Universe/Whomever you believe in for something you want (be very specific), and tell him/her/whomever that they have 48 hours to give it to you. Then just sit back, relax, and walk around fully knowing with absolutely no doubt that a miracle is coming to you very, very soon. Also, read E-Squared because it is amazing.
Externalizing Shame, Ennea 2

A good example of externalizing shame in the 2, is when someone becomes jealous or hurt, etc. There are two parts to this process. 

The first part is backlash from denying their image for so long, that they will externalize it by kind of making a big scene.  They will feel hurt, and they feel the need to reach out even more in order to satisfy their need to be needed. 

The second part happens when their need to be needed is not satisfied or met with desirable secure results. This is the point when they make their extravagant shameful exit.