The Allegiant is the sixth path of the Ennealogy archetypes. It was given its name because of its steadfast devotion to beliefs, causes, and people. Sharing many characteristics with Venus—who rules over love, beauty, nature, justice and equality—The Allegiant is radiant, feminine, magnetic, and committed. Security is very important to this path, as they have a strong desire to be supported and a strong fear of being abandoned. How individuals on this path deal with their fears will determine if they are outwardly compliant and cooperative or rebellious and defiant. The most loyal of Ennealogy paths, The Allegiant is committed to the people, ideas, and beliefs they love and value.
To have stability, to have a support system, to form strong bonds with people they can trust, committed to family, friends and community, to avoid being controlled, to champion justice and equality, to fight against insecurity, to love deeply and to please the people they love, to look for common ground and discover characteristics about people that they can relate to.
Courageous, self-affirming and self-reliant, reliable, responsible, trustworthy, lively, open minded, sensitive, stable, loving, engaging, committed to family and friends and all they love, source of guidance and strength for others, self-expressed
Over-suspicion, struggles with insecurity and self-doubt, unsteadiness and fear, defensiveness, difficulty saying no to people they love, extensive worry, over-extension, reactive behavior, nutritional imbalances due to rigidity in diet, excessive working, unpredictability in behavior, paranoia, susceptibility to alcoholism
“I'm at my greatest when I can trust myself and others.”