So now that I know my type, what’s next? As we all know, the Enneagram is an exquisite map of the psychological and spiritual dimensions of the nine personality types. However, the map is merely descriptive without methods or practices. To achieve greater wholeness, balance, and freedom using the Enneagram requires conscious intention and practice. This workshop will focus on how to use this powerful tool to continue our development toward achieving the full potential we have as human beings.

Terry will share key insights and practices that have emerged as important in her twenty-year journey with the Enneagram. Explorations into such topics as the relevance of the inner triangle for all types, the importance of somatic intelligence, and supports to deepening presence such as the Universal Growth Process will give participants tools that are immediately applicable to their own journeys. This interactive session will include brief didactics, exercises, and mini-panel interviews. At the end of the workshop, each participant will have a personalized “next step” in continuing his or her path of living the Enneagram.

Terry Saracino, M.A.-Counseling, MBA, has taught the Enneagram in the U.S. and abroad since 1989. She founded The Enneagram Center in Denver, one of the first centers in the country to offer a variety of Enneagram courses, type groups, study groups, workshops for therapists, and Enneagram-based counseling. She is a Teaching Associate of the internationally recognized PalmerDaniels Enneagram Professional Training Program and Director of Enneagram Studies in the Narrative Tradition. She has for many years pursued her own spiritual journey through her Enneagram work and as a student of the Ridhwan School (Diamond Approach(R)) founded by Hameed Ali.

Terry Saracino


2010 IEA Global Conference

San Francisco, California, USA

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