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Positive Psychology Research and the Enneagram

Although the Enneagram is often taught by focusing on types as personality fixations, scientific research in the emerging field of positive psychology points out the advantages of emphasizing human potential (rather than human deficiency). In this talk, I will present the pioneering research done by positive psychology innovators--e.g., Martin Seligman, Mihaly Csikszentmiyalhi, and C. Robert Cloninger--and the many applications [...]

By |2019-07-04T03:31:04+00:00July 24, 2014|2014 IEA Global Conference, Audio|Comments Off on Positive Psychology Research and the Enneagram

Integral Cafe: “What is an Integral Enneagram?”

The enneagram and Ken Wilber's Integral Operating System both offer powerful tools for transformational change. As part of the research for my new book, The Integral Enneagram, I noticed that most people tend to work with one system or the other, not both. Those who do work with both systems tend to focus more on one than the other. [...]

By |2019-05-07T11:11:57+00:00August 1, 2013|2013 IEA Global Conference, Audio|Comments Off on Integral Cafe: “What is an Integral Enneagram?”

The Delights of Typing: A Response to Tom Condon’s “The Trouble with Typing”

"The Enneagram is easy to learn but difficult to master." -- Tom Condon Last year's Enneagram Journal featured a particularly interesting and provocative essay by Tom Condon entitled "The Trouble with Typing," in which the author discusses several troubling trends he has observed about the way people work with the Enneagram, particularly when typing themselves or other people. In [...]

By |2019-07-04T03:34:54+00:00October 4, 2011|2011 IEA Enneagram Journal|Comments Off on The Delights of Typing: A Response to Tom Condon’s “The Trouble with Typing”
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