Saturday, August 22, 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (Central)
Sunday, August 23, 1 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Central)
The Enneagram (“ennea” is Greek for nine) offers us a map of nine distinct ego structures, their focus of attention, motivations beneath behaviors, core fears and inherent strengths. Rather than focusing on external behaviors as other systems do, the Enneagram brings to consciousness “why we do what we do” and indicates how we go on automatic. As we deepen our self-awareness, we become less reactive, more curious and compassionate. Understanding the nine different filters and motivations allows us to be more patient with differing points of view and lessen our judging.
In this workshop, participants will learn
• each type’s first placement of attention and the associated blind spots
• the world view and ego ideal of each of the nine types
• inherent strengths of the types that include drawing from the resource points
• the three centers of intelligence
Through dyad exercises, self-reflection, didactic, and panels of types, participants will learn more of the inner dynamics of each type and how these dynamics shape and influence behaviors.
This workshop is an introduction to this system, therefore participants need not know their Enneagram type.
This workshop will be recorded. All those who register will receive access to the entire Course so that they can engage with the material at a later time.
11140 Greenbay St.Houston, TX 77024