Neurogram® 9, the Mediator

Psychological Inertia

Mediators tend to postpone things. Not only in real life but also psychologically. They know they’ll have to change, but, oh boy, changing is a lot of hard work and I am already getting tired at the thought of it.


Mediators see the value of every proposition. This value-awareness tends to drive Mediators to over-adaptation. Rather than checking whether a certain opinion or plan fits into their own broader vision, they’ll see the value of it and immediately feel the need to adapt.


There is nothing you can do about it (without working up a sweat), so let’s just leave it as it is.


Mediators are always ready to help out. They are the true helpers of the Enneagram, rather than type II, the Helpers (who use it as a cry for attention and love).


Mediators are prone to feel stress. What they want is peace of mind. Ordinary things bring peace of mind: a good job, a nice car, a relationship, a home etc. etc.

Robotic Habit-Boundedness

Life is easy if you don’t have to think about it. Robot behaviour is the laziest way to live your life.


Ehhh, what was I doing? By seeing the value of every proposition, each proposition in itself is a distraction from the previous one.

© 2009 The Institute of Unconventional Wisdom

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