The Enneagram virtues are: 1-Serenity, 2-Humility, 3-Truthfulness, 4-Equanimity, 5-Detachment, 6-Courage, 7-Sobriety, 8-Innocence, and 9-Action.
The Enneagram type 1 virtue of Serenity appears when you become more accepting of things as they are instead of demanding that they meet your standards for how things should be.
The Enneagram type 2 virtue of Humility appears when instead of seeking favored treatment and regard you accept that you are no more or less important than anyone else.
The Enneagram type 3 virtue of Truthfulness appears when you find a sense of self that is true to who you are instead of playing to the expectations of an intended audience.
The Enneagram type 4 virtue of Equanimity appears when you also see the positives you have to offer instead of just the negatives when comparing yourself to others.
The Enneagram type 5 virtue of Detachment (Non-Attachment) appears when you allow yourself to more freely participate in the world instead of observing it from the sidelines.
The Enneagram type 6 virtue of Courage appears when you step into action as circumstances dictate in spite of any lingering doubts or fears that you may have about doing so.
The Enneagram type 7 virtue of Sobriety appears when you see endeavors through to the end instead of moving on to something easier and more interesting than what's at hand.
The Enneagram type 8 virtue of Innocence appears when you allow yourself to experience tenderness and vulnerability instead of habitually pushing out against the world.
The Enneagram type 9 virtue of Action appears when you pursue what's meaningful to you instead of simply going along to get along or falling into habitual routines and comfort.