The Enneagram is a powerful system for learning about ourselves and the people in our lives. It describes nine personality types and offers effective methods for our personal growth and our relationships. The system is used in many countries around the world in the fields of psychology, spirituality, business and education.
The study of instinctual subtypes provides further insight into the way we live our lives, the choices we make, and how we invest ourselves in our important projects and relationships. According to the Enneagram, each personality type has three variations (subtypes) depending on which of three instincts is more central to us:
There are 27 subtypes, three variations of each personality type. These 27 profiles hold the key to understanding our path in life and our role in the community:
In our relationships with friends, colleagues, and intimate partners, subtype can be as important as personality type! In this workshop we will explore:
This workshop will include panel interviews as well as presentations, guided inner practices and small group discussion. Although this is considered a more advanced topic, beginners to the Enneagram are welcome. If you don’t know your subtype, you will likely discover it during the workshop.
Contact: Judy Tan