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Irony of Ironies: Relational Repetitive Dynamics

By |2019-08-05T05:06:36+00:00July 25th, 2019|Categories: 2019 IEA Global Conference, General Enneagram|

One of the reasons we concoct our defensive strategies is to protect us from the hurts, embarrassments, diminishments, sensitivities, et.al. that we experienced sometime in our life. The irony of this approach is that it brings about the very thing we are trying to avoid. [...]

Psychology and the Enneagram: A Two-Way Bridge

By |2019-05-07T11:11:21+00:00July 20th, 2018|Categories: 2018 IEA Global Conference, Audio|

The great psychological traditions of psychoanalysis, behaviorism, and humanism have much to offer to clarify and elaborate Enneagram styles and dynamics. And vice versa the Enneagram shows how these psychological theories show up in nine manifestations. This workshop will sample the contributions of major psychological [...]

Making Friends With and Integrating Our Shadow Using the 4 R’s

By |2019-05-07T11:11:23+00:00July 21st, 2017|Categories: 2017 IEA Global Conference, Audio|

Whenever we identify with idealized aspects of our persona (me), we tend to disidentify with our opposite shadow attributes (notme). For example, if we think of ourselves as being loving and kind, then we don't want to be thought of as being selfish and cruel. [...]

Conversations with Ourselves: Methods to Effectively Transform Enneagram Critical Voices

By |2019-07-06T00:13:15+00:00July 22nd, 2016|Categories: 2016 IEA Global Conference, Audio|

We carry on conversations with ourselves all the time. Sometimes the exchanges are encouraging; sometimes they're discouraging; sometimes they are downright nasty. Critical voices have a different form and function within each Enneagram style. Each type has particular issues to be critical about based on [...]

Enneagram Personality Styles as Protective Defenses Against our Early Hurts and Vulnerabilities

By |2019-05-07T11:11:40+00:00July 31st, 2015|Categories: 2015 IEA Global Conference, Audio|

We developed our personality styles as strategies to protect us from getting hurt and wounded the way we were when we were young. This workshop will attempt to uncover some of those early sensitivities and the feelings that went along with them. We will explore [...]

The Enneagram and the Psychological Tradition

By |2019-07-04T03:30:54+00:00July 24th, 2014|Categories: 2014 IEA Global Conference, Audio|

What can the Enneagram teach us about psychology? And what can psychology tell us about the Enneagram? Jerry Wagner will trace some connections between the Enneagram and Alfred Adler, Carl Jung, and Karen Horney in the psychoanalytic tradition; Harry Stack Sullivan in the interpersonal tradition; [...]

Conversation and Q&A with Richard Rohr & Jerry Wagner

By |2019-07-06T00:24:02+00:00July 24th, 2014|Categories: 2014 IEA Global Conference, Audio|

Conference registrants have submitted questions for a facilitated question and answer session. If time allows and Richard and Jerry are willing, we will take questions from the floor. Richard Rohr Jerry Wagner 2014 2014 IEA Global Conference San Francisco Bay Area, California, USA [memberonly] [/memberonly]

De l’idolâtrie à la realite ou comment cesser d’adorer les idoles de notre personnalite pour poursuivre les ideaux de notre moi veritable. Deuxième partie –

By |2019-07-04T03:27:45+00:00December 20th, 2013|Categories: From Nine Points Magazine, General Enneagram|

Les Un cherchent à être au mieux. Ils tiennent à réaliser tous leurs potentiels, à devenir ce qu’ils sont et à aider les autres à faire de même. Ils ont une passion pour l’excellence et désirent bien faire. Leur but est d’améliorer le monde. Quand [...]

From Idolatry to Reality: From Worshipping the Idols of Our Personality to Following the Ideals of Our Real Self, Part Three

By |2019-07-04T03:27:59+00:00March 30th, 2013|Categories: From Nine Points Magazine, General Enneagram|

If we determine that the cost: benefit ratio of following the idol of our personality is not worth it, we’re giving up a lot more than we’re gaining, what other options do we have available?  When all else fails, as it inevitably must, we can [...]

From Idolatry to Reality: From Worshipping the Idols of Our Personality to Following the Ideals of Our Real Self, Part One

By |2019-07-04T03:28:00+00:00March 13th, 2013|Categories: From Nine Points Magazine, General Enneagram|

  I’m intrigued by the parallels among the Bible story of the Israelites turning away from the true God and fashioning a false idol in the form of a golden calf; George Gurdjieff’s statements about the personality compensating for our essence; Karen Horney’s description of [...]

A Comparison of the Nine Enneagram Personality Styles and Theodore Millons’ Eight Personality Patterns

By |2019-07-04T03:34:52+00:00September 12th, 2012|Categories: 2012 IEA Enneagram Journal|

There are several congenial correlations between the nine styles of the Enneagram and the eight personality patterns proposed by Theodore Millon, Ph.D. (1969) who is an influential personality theorist, personality and clinical test developer, and a member of the task force that formulated one of [...]

Psychology: The Enneagram for Change and Inner Development: What Works and What Doesn’t

By |2019-07-06T00:40:20+00:00July 28th, 2011|Categories: 2011 IEA Global Conference, Audio|

Over the years a number of practitioners have successfully combined the Enneagram with other existing disciplines. Many have developed new techniques for working with students and clients to address the dilemmas of each Enneagram style. In this panel we will explore the most effective approaches [...]

Spirituality: The Enneagram for Deepening Practices

By |2019-07-06T00:41:25+00:00July 28th, 2011|Categories: 2011 IEA Global Conference, Audio|

Historically we have understood the Enneagram to be part of an ancient spiritual system. Many of the ideas considered elemental in Enneagram work, such as the sacred geometry and meaning of the diagram itself, the three centers, self-observation, presence and self-remembering, were part of a [...]

Narcissism and Enneagram Styles

By |2019-07-04T03:28:41+00:00January 1st, 2011|Categories: From Nine Points Magazine, General Enneagram|

This article originally appeared on The Enneagram in Business blog ( http://blog.theenneagraminbusiness.com/ ) There is some debate about which Enneagram styles display narcissistic tendencies.  Some put Sevens in the narcissistic category; some put Threes in that basket; some say any Enneagram type can manifest narcissistic leanings.   I propose to [...]

The Rosetta Stone

By |2019-05-07T11:12:21+00:00July 29th, 2010|Categories: 2010 IEA Global Conference, Audio|

The Rosetta Stone provides a way of deciphering some languages that otherwise would not have been understood. The Enneagram presents a system for understanding physical, psychological, and spiritual realities whose relationships might otherwise not have been perceived. While the Rosetta Stone is straightforward in its [...]

Teaching the Enneagram: Making Your Style Work for You Rather Than Against You

By |2019-07-06T00:51:07+00:00July 29th, 2010|Categories: 2010 IEA Global Conference, Audio|

This highly interactive (and fun) session will begin with a model for effective facilitation and the skills required to make the model sing. By overlaying the Enneagram we'll identify the inherent strengths and weaknesses of each style. Specific suggestions for addressing weaknesses will be offered. [...]

The Enneagram and the Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler

By |2019-05-07T11:15:06+00:00July 31st, 2009|Categories: 2009 IEA Global Conference, Audio|

Are you crazy? Adler didn't even like typologies. He argued for the uniqueness of each person -- that's why he called his approach: Individual Psychology. Yes, but he had a rudimentary typology which included three of the Enneagram styles. Also, his notion of style of [...]

Enneagram Insights for Managing Conflict and High-Risk Conversations

By |2019-07-06T02:40:45+00:00July 31st, 2009|Categories: 2009 IEA Global Conference, No Media|

[NO RECORDING] Approaching conflict and difficult conversations can represent a significant challenge in the best of circumstances. In this session, each of the four expert panelists will offer a short presentation related to using the Enneagram to manage conflictual or high-risk conversations. This will be [...]

Using Schema Therapy with the Enneagram Psychology

By |2019-05-07T11:30:20+00:00July 31st, 2008|Categories: 2008 IEA Global Conference, No Media|

[NO RECORDING] Schema therapy is an integrative extension of cognitive therapy fusing elements of cognitivebehavioral, psychodynamic, and gestalt approaches. (So, okay, it's also in your heart and body as well as in your head.) Schemas are patterns we impose on reality to help us explain [...]

From Idols to Ideals: How to Stop Worshipping the Idols of our Personality and Embrace the Ideals of our Essence

By |2019-05-07T11:15:38+00:00August 2nd, 2007|Categories: 2007 IEA Global Conference, Audio|

The idols of our personality beckon us to security and happiness. But to reach their promised land, we must pledge our unwavering devotion and fealty to them.And should we disobey them and take another route, our most alarming fears will surely be realized. On the [...]

Spiraling Out Into Greater Global Consciousness: Where Are We Now And Where Are We Going? Psychology and Psychotherapy

By |2019-07-06T03:01:39+00:00August 3rd, 2006|Categories: 2006 IEA Global Conference, Audio|

A Series of Expert Panels Examining the "State of the Art" of Enneagram-related Work in the World Today The theme of this year's IEA conference is "Spiraling out into Greater Consciousness." Spiral Dynamics offers a model through which we can understand the spiraling levels of [...]

Nine Lenses on the World: Using Cognitive Therapy to Check Our Enneagram Prescriptions

By |2019-05-07T11:30:33+00:00August 3rd, 2006|Categories: 2006 IEA Global Conference, No Media|

[NO RECORDING] Schemas are stable and enduring patterns of thinking that develop during childhood and are elaborated throughout our life. We view the world through our schemas or lenses, which are important beliefs and constructs about the world and ourselves. Since we accept these schemas [...]

Know When to Hold `Em and Know When to Fold `Em: Holding on to Adaptive Schemas and Letting Go of Maladaptive Schemas

By |2019-05-07T11:16:20+00:00August 12th, 2005|Categories: 2005 IEA Global Conference, Audio|

We view the world through our schemas, which are important beliefs about the world and ourselves. Schemas are stable and enduring patterns of thinking that develop during childhood and are elaborated throughout our life. Since we accept these schemas without question, they become self-perpetuating and [...]

Adjusting Our Self Boundaries to Optimize Working Relationships

By |2019-07-06T03:16:10+00:00August 12th, 2005|Categories: 2005 IEA Global Conference, No Media|

[NO RECORDING] The world of work is comprised of interpersonal relationships operating on many different levels of complexity and meaning. These relationships occur in different arenas as well, from intra-organizational to inter-organizational communities and networks. Through leadership development and coaching, these relationships are harnessed to [...]

Psychology: Values, Visions, and Vulnerabilities: Working With Our Inner Child

By |2019-05-07T11:33:51+00:00August 1st, 2003|Categories: 2003 IEA Global Conference, No Media|

[NO RECORDING] Each of us has an inner child with early acquired sensitivities that we seek to protect from being injured again. While we all share these primary vulnerabilities (fears of criticism, rejection, failure, abandonment, ridicule, betrayal, restriction, abuse, neglect), some of us are particularly [...]

ER! Enneagram Research

By |2019-05-07T11:34:08+00:00August 4th, 2000|Categories: 2000 IEA Global Conference, No Media|

[NO RECORDING] In contrast to the Jerry Maguire client who demanded "Show me the money", Enneagram clients are likely to state "SHOW ME THE DATA." To be accepted into the business academic and therapeutic mainstream, the Enneagram needs empirical support. Is there any? This panel [...]