Co-sponsored by Enneagram Studies in the Narrative Tradition and the Mill Valley Community Center
Are you seeking a deeper understanding of yourself and others? Do you want more fulfilling relationships? Do you feel stuck in old patterns that no longer serve you? The Enneagram can provide new insights and open a path to a more integrated, rewarding life.
The Enneagram system of personality types was developed in the Bay Area by psychologists in the 1970s, based on an ancient wisdom nine-point system. Since then it has spread around the world with applications for psychotherapy, spiritual and somatic practice, families and parenting, effective leadership and teams in organizations.
This evening program will provide an overview of the Enneagram in the Narrative Tradition, combining a presentation with self-awareness exercises, and a panel of experienced Enneagram students in conversation with Helen Palmer and Peter O’Hanrahan.
Having been used for many centuries to organize human knowledge, the Enneagram now combines traditional wisdom with modern psychology. It describes nine ways of seeing the world and the emotional habits that support these different points of view. Understanding the different type patterns opens the door to better relationships. We can communicate more clearly about our own needs and feelings while empathizing with the people in our lives.
Increasing self-awareness through our inner observer allows us to pause, shift our unconscious habits of thinking, feeling and acting, and reclaim our essential self. It opens the door to intuition and provides more access to spiritual experience. And it helps us bring our best self to the areas of love and work.
Location: Mill Valley Community Center (MVCC), 180 Camino Alto, Mill Valley, CA 94941
Cost: $10 through September 20; $20 at the door.
Register: Use the form below or contact Barb Allgaier at firstname.lastname@example.org or 866-241-6162, ext. 1.
No refunds available.