A workshop to help you translate the Enneagram’s theories into fruitful, effective practice. Tom Condon will offer two unique, solution-focused approaches to applying the Enneagram’s insights. The techniques will benefit anyone using the Enneagram for personal or professional growth as well as those who use the Enneagram to promote change in others. We will begin with a group demonstration of the NLP technique of Reframing, newly applied to the Enneagram, with feedback about the experience from group members. Reframing reveals the unconscious motives — called secondary gains — that drive the compulsive, unhealthy expressions of Enneagram styles.
Next Tom will explain and demonstrate the powerful Emmanation Technique, combined with the Enneagram for the first time. This approach uses guided imagery to identify the hidden, subtle images that anchor and drive each Enneagram style. The method then converts and transforms these images to spontaneously release their healthy, high-side potentials. The results are usually pleasant, powerful and surprising.
Thomas Condon has taught over 700 workshops in the United States, Europe and Asia. The Director of the Changeworks in Bend, Oregon, he has been an adjunct faculty member of Antioch University and the University of California at Berkeley. He is the author of over 50 audiotapes, videotapes and books.
2007 IEA Global Conference
Redwood City, California, USA