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Enneagram and Race – Rebuilding The Bridge That Bias Broke

July 21, 2017   2017 IEA Global Conference, Audio   

Is it possible not see what is happening in the world around us? Is it logical to engage in doing “the work” of the Enneagram and not put this work into practice for the good of all humanity? Bias has existed from the beginning of time and will not be solved in a day. This workshop is designed to move the work through all three of our centers. We will engage our head, heart and gut centers to begin to rebuild the bridge that bias broke. In this session we will explore:

Ways that each type breaks the connection between self and “other people;”

Acknowledge our feelings about differences;

Explore how our individual Enneagram types might perpetuate our unexplored stereotypes;

Create a community of cultural allies by looking at the contribution of the strength of each Enneagram type;

Give voice to “what gets in the way” of allowing our true self to show up when we need to be cultural allies;

Learn how to engage with people of color to educate about the Enneagram as a mechanism for healing and rebuilding trust and relationships across differences.

Deborah Threadgill Egerton

2017

2017 IEA Global Conference

San Antonio, Texas, USA

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