Russ Hudson ja Catherine Bell esittelevät webinaarisarjassaan eri enneagrammityyppejä marras-joulukuussa 2020 ja tammikuussa 2021.
Lue lisää ja ilmoittaudu allaolevista linkeistä. Yseistä ja Ykkösistä puhutaan marraskuussa. Kakkoset, Kolmoset ja Neloset esitellään joulukuussa ja Viitoset, Kuutoset ja Seiskat ovat vuorossa tammikuussa 2021.
Webinaarit järjestetään maanantai-iltaisin klo 19 Suomen aikaa. Englanninkielisten webinaarien kesto on 60+30 min. ja hinta on 35 dollaria/webinaari.
23 November – Enneagram Point 9, The Peacemaker:
“At the top of the Enneagram symbol sits point Nine, and it is there for a reason. In so many ways, the lessons of point Nine are universal and help us understand what authentic Enneagram work is really about. We will look at some of the traditional concepts connected with point Nine, bust some stereotypes that have crept into the teachings, and explore the ways in which the gifts and challenges of this type live in us, whether or not this is our dominant type. As with all our sessions, we will learn how the gifts of the type are qualities of presence accessible to all, and how Nine is also a lesson in being grounded in the midst of the changes of life.”
30 November – Enneagram Point 1, The Reformer
”As with all the nine points, Type One has very important teachings to convey to all of us. For example, how can I remain relaxed within while addressing the very real problems and challenges of this world? How can I honour what is good, true, and ethical without making myself or others bad? What is the difference between conscience and our inner critic? We will look at how this plays out for people who have One as their dominant type, but also how each of us “dances with” this part of the human psyche. We will explore the gifts of the type as well as some of the potential pitfalls as they manifest in all of us.”
7 December – Enneagram Point 2, The Helper
”At this point in our journey, we “turn the corner” from the belly-based types to the heart types and explore the inner world of point Two. We will look at some of the traditional concepts connected with point Two, see through the stereotypes to a more compassionate view of this type, and explore the ways in which the gifts and challenges of the Two live in us, whether or not this is our dominant type. We will examine the gifts of the type as well as some of the potential pitfalls. Two is also an exploration of what it means to truly be in relation with another.”
14 December – Enneagram Point 3, The Achiever
”Like point Nine, point Three sits on the triangle in the center of the Enneagram symbol and therefore holds key lessons for us all. In this session we will look at Three as an exploration of vocation and look at what truly brings a sense of meaning to our lives. We will also look at how we all constantly strive to feel valuable through our work and activities and how this especially plays out for people who have Three as their dominant type. We will explore the gifts of the type as well as some of the potential pitfalls as they manifest in all of us.”
28 December – Enneagram Point 4, The Individualist
”Point Four always generates a lot of discussion and is one of the points easy to relate to even if it is not our dominant type. There is a lot of conflicting information around this point, and Russ will present his findings on some of the features which truly distinguish the Four from other points that can look like Four in certain ways. We will also explore Four as an invitation to experience the depth and mystery of our true identity which is beyond type—a journey that all of us are invited to take. We will explore the gifts of the type as well as some of the potential pitfalls as they manifest in all of us, and look at practices that can help us work with some of the challenging aspects of the type.”
4 January – Enneagram Point 5, The Investigator
”Here we shift from the Heart Center types to the Head Center types, and explore the inner world of point Five. Like point Four, Five is a “popular type” to be, but we will learn some of the elements that distinguish Five from other points. Russ finds the traditional concepts are easy to misunderstand, but we will clarify them and see through some of the stereotypes. And, as always, we will explore the ways the gifts and challenges of this type appear in our own psyche. We will also come to a better understanding of the role of the Head Center in our inner work and liberation.”
11 January – Enneagram Point 6, The Troubleshooter
”In this session we visit the third and final type on the triangle in the center of the Enneagram symbol, seeing how point Six anchors the issues of the Head Center and therefore holds key lessons for us all. We will examine how Six is a study of finding our deeper mind—the source of guidance about what to do in life and how to make intelligent decisions. We will also look at how losing touch with the gift of Six creates anxiety for every type, but of course, especially people for whom this is the dominant type. We will also explore some practices for working with anxiety.”
18 January – Enneagram Point 7, The Enthusiast
”In this, the final session of this series, we will explore the inner world of point Seven. While in some ways, Seven is an easier type to recognize, many of the popular ideas about Seven perpetuate unhelpful stereotypes and do not really get to the depth of what is going on in this very important part of the soul. We will also look at point Seven as an invitation to experience the expanse and openness of our true mind—an experience of real inner freedom which is available to all. We will explore the gifts of the type as well as some of the potential pitfalls as they manifest in all of us, and look at practices that can help us work with our impatience and restlessness.”