The 3 triangles of the Enneagram — 9-3-6, 1-4-7 and 2-5-8 — are potent and profound. The 9-3-6 triangle is visible on the Enneagram symbol, while the other two triangles are not. However, an invisible line connects point 4 and 7 and another invisible line connects points 2 and 5. One way of understanding the significance of these 3 triangles is that the 9-3-6 triangle, for all of us no matter what our type, is about Being Awake, or the movement to awakened consciousness. The 1-4-7 triangle is about Being Whole, or the movement toward wholeness. The 2-5-8 triangle is about Being Alive, or the movement toward complete aliveness through full potency of the head, heart and body.

In this interactive and engaging session, you’ll learn the significance of these 3 triangles in organizational applications and engage in 9 different activities where you will experience their power. Through beautiful visuals, Rumi poems, evocative music, Enneagram map work, and a variety of stimulating interactions, you’ll understand the Enneagram symbol in a whole new way.

Although this program is designed for use in organizations, the concepts and activities can be used for both your own growth and in a variety of other settings.

Ginger Lapid-Bogda

2019

2019 IEA Global Conference

Oakland, California, USA

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Recording of IEA Live webinar held October 15, 2020

 

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