Ones with a Two Wing
Unlike Ones with a Nine wing, who can be emotionally bland, Nines with a Two wing have to cope with pesky warm and fuzzy feelings toward people that butt right up against their usual cool rationale.
Self-actualized Ones with a Two wing extend their moral codes to embrace love of their fellow man and actually stop to consider the very human emotional impact their behavior may have on others. They can be rational and objective as well as warm and empathetic at the same time. In contrast to Ones with a Nine wing, who embrace and fight for ideals, Ones with a Two wing embrace and fight for people. Most Ones with a Two wing meld their ideas about what is right and wrong with a desire to help their fellow humans.
Examples of fiery, action-oriented Ones with a Two wing who take on contentious social values and wage political campaigns — because they are as passionate about people as they are about the ideals or principles involved — include Jane Fonda, Mario Cuomo, Bill Moyers, Vanessa Redgrave, Jerry Brown, and Joan Baez.
This new interest in people leads many ego-driven Ones with a Nine wing to flip from a desire to control themselves to a desire to control those around them. Unlike Ones with a Nine wing, who focus on ideals, dysfunctional Ones with a Two wing focus on how they can force people to adhere to their moral codes. As such, they often appear smug, overconfident, and narrowly defined. If someone questions their moral or behavioral authority, they may fly off the handle. Judge Judy would be a lively example of this.
When Ones with a Two wing are pathological, they can be condescending and intolerant, wielding anger and guilt like a sword. They become intractable in the face of criticism and eventually become increasingly self-righteous and hypocritical, yet are blind to their own faults.