Posts Categorized: Teaching the Enneagram

Enneagram Studies in the Narrative Tradition - Christopher T. Copeland
The Enneagram and Spirituality
Christopher Copeland |Aug 16, 2017

My first exposure to the Enneagram came in 1994 when I was invited by a classmate at the Candler School of Theology to attend a workshop about personality types offered by a professor in the Master of Divinity program. Enthusiastic about this tool called the Enneagram, my friend encouraged me and a few others to immerse ourselves in this new wisdom. Little did I know that this chance encounter with the Enneagram would change my personal and vocational trajectory.

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Enneagram Studies in the Narrative Tradition - Monirah Womack
Inside The Enneagram for Therapists, Counselors and Coaches: Always More to Learn
Monirah Womack |Aug 5, 2014

Menlo Park, CA, July 2014. As our 12-member group assembled for the introductory session of Enneagram Studies in the Narrative Tradition’s first professional training for coaches, therapists and spiritual directors, another participant remarked that the more she learned about the Enneagram, the less she seemed to know.

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Enneagram Studies in the Narrative Tradition - Terry Saracino
Introducing our new Enneagram Narrative Curriculum
Terry Saracino |Mar 1, 2014

We are thrilled to announce the next generation of Enneagram programs in the Narrative Tradition. This is the first stage of a living, growing and changing body of work that will continue to evolve as we gain newer insights and enhance our teaching methods.

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Enneagram Studies in the Narrative Tradition - Renée Rosario
Reminded of Excellence
Renée Rosario |Nov 21, 2013

Thirteen years later, I’m on my way to assist Peter O’Hanrahan with the Typing Process. The class was a faint memory and I was inspired again by what an excellent class it is!  Skilled teachers and well thought out classes build from the foundation up.  This is true of the Typing Process class where content …

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Enneagram Studies in the Narrative Tradition - David Daniels
So, Why the Enneagram?
David Daniels |Jul 12, 2010

The Enneagram is all about understanding ourselves and others; all about appreciating differences; all about reclaiming a separate self from which we can truly join in union with others; all about opening our hearts to ourselves and others in nonjudgment; and all about reclaiming and integrating in our higher qualities – all representing the work of transformation.

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