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Enneagram Intensive 2.0 Part 1, Menlo Park, CA
Feb 9 - 11
Sat check in 8:30 am, session 9 am - 6 pm; Sun - Mon 9 am - 6 pm
Part 2 - Feb 12-14

Registration for this event is now closed. If you wish to be added to a waiting list, please contact our Registrar at 866-241-6162, ext. 1 (toll-free) or +1 303-305-4362 outside the U.S.

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Enneagram Intensive 2.0 is part of our Enneagram Narrative Core Program. This foundational course in the Narrative Tradition immerses participants in the most effective and dynamic map of personality available. Through the learning methods of lectures, type panels, dyads, body centering, breathing and self-awareness practices, you will experience: 

  • The integration of psychology, spirituality and somatics
  • The reduction of reactivity through awareness of your type structure, specific defenses and automatic response patterns
  • The connection to your inner self, feelings and actions
  • The gift of compassion toward self and others, as you break out of the box of your personality type and experience different points of view
The first three days include refinements to the basic proposition (psychology), the basics of self-reflection (spirituality), and body awareness (somatics). The final three days are devoted to your path of self-development. You will learn the defense systems for each Enneagram type and how to work with your own patterns of reactivity. You also will be encouraged to find the aspects of your own type that offer opportunities for growth and transformation. We will explore the following questions:
  • How do I experience the cognitive-emotional pattern of my type? Why is seeing that pattern important in my life?
  • Why is being receptive important? Why does that help me access my spirituality?
  • Why is feeling my body important? How does that help me live with more consciousness?

Enneagram Intensive 2.0 includes two rounds of type panels in the Narrative Tradition, an introduction to the Universal Growth Process, guided interactions related to current relationship issues, pre-recorded meditations by Helen Palmer, short didactics, self-observation and movement practices, and small-group exercises.

   
Location
Vallombrosa Center, 250 Oak Grove Avenue, Menlo Park, CA 94025, 650-325-5614

Schedule
Sat, 2/9: registration 8:30 am; session 9 am – 6 pm
Sun, 2/10: : 9 am – 6 pm
Mon, 2/11: 9 am – 6 pm

CCEs
This course (including both Parts 1 and 2) has been pre-approved for 26.5 Continuing Coach Education (CCE) hours for Core Competencies and 14.5 hours for Resource Development (RD) by the International Coach Federation