Knowing Self and Deepening Spiritual Awareness: The Enneagram
Thursday, May 16, 2013 at 7:00 PM (EDT)
The Enneagram is an ancient diagram of nine distinct and interactive personality types. The main purpose of the Enneagram is developing the spiritual witness that can observe the personality in operation. Observing one’s personality enables greatly increased self-control, and opens the way to deeper love and enjoyment of oneself, as well as conscious giving of oneself in relationship.
The Enneagram is not focused on any one religion and is a tool for any path of spiritual formation.
This seminar is designed to facilitate each participant to further identify and become aware of her or his Enneagram type and how this awareness can enrich their life and relationships.
The seminar consists of three two-hour sessions, each session focused on getting to know a triad of types (the heart types – 2, 3, & 4; the head - 5, 6 & 7; and the body types – 8, 9 & 1). Participants identifying in each type will be invited to share their awareness of their type structure.
Dates May 16, 23, and 30 - Thursdays at 7 – 9PM
Location Thrive Integrated Medicine at 2080 Prince Avenue
Identifying Your Enneagram Type
This seminar will be far more meaningful if participants have experienced an individual Enneagram typing interview. Typing interviews are offered at a separate time from the seminar, at $105 for a one hour interview. We have scholarships to help if household annual income is below $65,000 so that fee can be arranged. Many people do not discover their exact type in the interview but are able to focus their type awareness to two or three possibilities and then observe these in daily experience.
To schedule a typing interview, please call the SamaritanCenterfor Counseling and Wellness at 706-369-7911, or write email@example.com.
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Samaritan Center for Counseling and Wellness
The Samaritan Center offers Counseling and Wellness Services in an effort to integrate body, mind and spirit in the pursuit of emotional and mental health. The center is supported by area faith communities, foundation grants, and individual donations and provided services without regard to ability to pay.