When we were children, our creative side was open and flowing. Then the judging mind, the doubt, shame, image issues, and more got in the way and the creative process was dampened.

We will start the workshop by singing together simple songs and playing rhythm games, as well as some simple movement with music. I will share some video clips of interviews with students on the topic of creativity and imagination. Next, I will lead a short meditation, taking participants back to their early years. Lastly, we will have a panel of Types 1, 4, and 7, representing the three centers as well as exhibiting contrasting approaches.

Vicky Rybka, MA, was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she earned Master’s Degrees in Bible Studies and Music Education. She moved to the United States in 1975 and discovered the Enneagram in 1991. She is a certified teacher and typing coach with the Palmer/Daniels Enneagram Professional Training Program. Fluent in Spanish and Hebrew, Vicky teaches the Enneagram in several countries, including the United States, Argentina, and Israel. As a piano teacher, specializing in early childhood education, Vicky has used the Enneagram as a tool for understanding the creative process and how it applies to learning styles.

Vicky Rybka


2012 IEA Global Conference

Long Beach, California, USA

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