Used by therapists, clergy, and business consultants around the globe, the Enneagram teaches that there are nine different personality styles, one of which we naturally gravitate toward and adopt in childhood to cope and feel safe. Each type has a distinct worldview and an underlying motivation that powerfully influences how that type thinks, feels and behaves. Unlike other personality typing systems, the Enneagram shows us who we are at both our best and worst and suggests ways we can relax our grip on the self-defeating behaviors that prevent us from becoming our best, most authentic selves.
The Enneagram: The Know Your Number workshop, led by Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile, is the basis for all other Enneagram work. It is the foundational course and is the first step in working with the Enneagram. In this workshop, the attendee is introduced to the nine enneagram types: perfectionist,giver / helper, performer / achiever, romantic / individualist, observer / investigator, Devil's Advocate / questioner, epicure / enthusiast, boss / challenger, mediator / peacemaker.
Friday, November 11, 2016
6:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Saturday, November 12, 2016
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Ian Morgan Cron is a bestselling author (Chasing Francis and Jesus, My Father, The CIA and Me), student and teacher of the Enneagram, speaker, counselor, and Episcopal priest. He draws on an array of disciplines - from psychology and the arts to contemplative practices and theology - to help people enter more deeply into conversation with God and the mystery of their own lives.
Suzanne Stabile has served as an Enneagram master and is currently one of the most sought after instructors of this ancient spiritual tool in the United States. The work she does is designed to enhance self-knowledge, encourage spiritual growth and create new and better ways of participating in community.