While a map is not the territory it is nevertheless very useful for finding our way. In this panel four “mapmakers” with very different perspectives will share their models of the three fundamental instincts and how they impact expression of traits and tendencies within the nine Enneagram types. We will ask them to share the intellectual sources and personal preferences that influenced the development of their models and will listen as each describes one of the 27 sub-types or instinctual variations. Questions and participation by the audience is welcome.

Belinda Gore
Beatrice Chestnut
Tom Condon
Russ Hudson
Mario Sikora


2016 IEA Global Conference

Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

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