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Instincts as Celtic Knot – A Moving System

By |2018-12-05T16:48:02+00:00December 5th, 2018|Categories: General Enneagram|

One Moving Symbol meets another – the Celtic Knot  When considering the Instinctual Subtypes, there seems to be widespread belief amidst teachers that our stacking or sequencing order is relatively fixed. Whether the word is “stacking” or “sequencing”, both imply an ordering or hierarchy. Whether [...]

Whole Parent, Whole Child: Parenting From Our True Nature

By |2019-07-04T03:30:55+00:00July 24th, 2014|Categories: 2014 IEA Global Conference, Audio|

Conscious parenting means getting our judging mind out of the way by becoming curious about ourselves as parents, and curious about our children. Our type influences our ability to see others clearly, including our children. We cannot connect with our children until we connect with [...]

Listening from a Type Perspective

By |2019-07-04T03:33:04+00:00October 26th, 2010|Categories: 2010 IEA Enneagram Journal|

"The first duty of love is to listen." -- Paul Tillich Intrapersonal listening is about listening to ourselves. When we learn to listen to ourselves from a non-judgmental, compassionate, empathic stance, we begin to see more clearly the habits of thinking and feeling that influence [...]

Seeing Your Child

By |2019-07-04T03:33:04+00:00October 26th, 2010|Categories: 2010 IEA Enneagram Journal|

"Love the child in front of you, not the one in your mind." I don't remember where or when I first saw this quote, but I have never forgotten it. Who among us, even as adults, doesn't want to be seen and loved as we [...]

Seeing Ourselves and Our Family Clearly: A Roadmap toward Healthier Family Dynamics

By |2019-05-07T11:12:34+00:00July 29th, 2010|Categories: 2010 IEA Global Conference, Audio|

Family is a great Petri dish for exploring Enneagram Type dynamics. Here, in this crucible of intimate relatedness, we often experience our best and our worst selves. Patterns can be difficult to break when we are caught in a negative feedback loop. When triggered, we [...]