Learning about your Enneagram style brings you up against a broad life-challenge: How do you move more often and more quickly from the low side of your style to the high side and beyond?

To assist this, NLP (Neurolinguistic Programming) offers a powerful method called Anchoring, a process of associating an internal experience with an external trigger, so that the experience can be retrieved by activating the trigger. Anchoring has many uses in relation to the Enneagram and we will explore several in this workshop.

One basic use is to anchor your typical experience of the low side of your Enneagram style, then anchor the high side and then bring the two together. The typical result is that your high side modifies the experience of the low side. The best in you helps and heals the “worst” in you.

There is also Changing Personal History, a process that involves creating an anchor for the high side of your style and then traveling back into the past with this powerful new resource. The usual result is that specific memories are changed as is your early experience of your Enneagram style.Your present teaches and alters your past in a meaningful new way that also frees you up now. Join us for some surprisingly powerful and enjoyable experiences.

Thomas Condon has taught over 800 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 CDs, DVDs and books. His website: www.thechangeworks.com.

Tom Condon

2010

2010 IEA Global Conference

San Francisco, California, USA

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