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Breaking Down Barriers to Collaboration – Our Inner Critic as One of Those Barriers

Judging ourselves and judging others is a powerful and destructive [...]

By |2019-07-06T00:03:58+00:00July 20, 2018|2018 IEA Global Conference, Audio|Comments Off on Breaking Down Barriers to Collaboration – Our Inner Critic as One of Those Barriers

Type 9 in Recovery, Part 3: The Core Suffering and Dilemma of the Nine in Recovery

The Core Suffering and Dilemma of the Nine in Recovery [...]

By |2018-06-17T05:26:42+00:00March 12, 2018|General Enneagram|Comments Off on Type 9 in Recovery, Part 3: The Core Suffering and Dilemma of the Nine in Recovery

Speaking of Addiction and Recovery: Compelling Conversations with a Panel of Experts in the Enneagram, Addiction and Recovery

The world of addiction and recovery is fraught with beliefs [...]

By |2019-07-06T00:14:10+00:00July 22, 2016|2016 IEA Global Conference, Video|Comments Off on Speaking of Addiction and Recovery: Compelling Conversations with a Panel of Experts in the Enneagram, Addiction and Recovery

Transforming Self-Sabotaging Habits in Addiction Recovery – Understanding the Nature and Hypnotic Power of the Inner Critic in Each Type

Understanding the dynamics of the Inner Critic, and the way [...]

By |2019-07-04T03:31:06+00:00July 24, 2014|2014 IEA Global Conference, Audio|Comments Off on Transforming Self-Sabotaging Habits in Addiction Recovery – Understanding the Nature and Hypnotic Power of the Inner Critic in Each Type

The Journey Up the Levels of Development in Addiction Recovery: Addiction Recovery, the Enneagram and the important role of the Three Instincts

This workshop addresses the primary issues each Type must navigate [...]

By |2019-05-07T11:11:57+00:00August 1, 2013|2013 IEA Global Conference, Audio|Comments Off on The Journey Up the Levels of Development in Addiction Recovery: Addiction Recovery, the Enneagram and the important role of the Three Instincts
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