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20th Anniversary
San Francisco Bay Area, California, USA
July 24 – 27, 2014
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A Conveyor Belt for Consciousness

Since Richard Rohr learned the Enneagram in the very early 1970s, he has watched it move many people rather quickly to an ever more integral way of knowing, experiencing, and loving the world. Why and how is this true? Fr. Richard Rohr is a globally recognized ecumenical teacher bearing witness to the universal awakening within Christian mysticism and the [...]

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Working With The Subtypes, A Practical Approach to the Subtypes at Work and Home

The instincts at the root of the 27 subtypes are biological phenomena, yet most approaches to them treat them as purely psychological phenomena or rely on out-dated understandings of biology. Mario's approach to the subtypes is rooted in modern evolutionary psychology and extends beyond the limited perspective that views the subtypes as rooted in three (and only three) instincts [...]

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EnneaMotion: A Taste of Type–Bringing the Enneagram to LIFE!

The experience of stepping into someone else's shoes is often the closest we get to finding out what it's like to be them. EnneaMotion is an experiential approach to learning the Enneagram. By experiencing the energy of the different types, we gain insight and increased compassion. And it's more than that. We actually can change the brain by creating [...]

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The QUEST for Enneagram TRUTH: Monty Python AND Sigmund Freud

[NO RECORDING] Forget what you think you know about the origin of the Enneagram theory of personality! The author of the very first Enneagram textbook will share his extensive research, experiences and relationships with almost all of the original thinkers who evolved the theory. Drawn from nearly half-a-century of studying and teaching the Enneagram, O'Leary will present a step-by-step [...]

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The Levels of Capacity(TM)

The Levels of Capacity(TM) are a new way of working with the Levels of Development by Don Richard Riso and Russ Hudson. The Levels of CapacityTM describe per Enneagram type the very human capacity and skill-set you will need to master before moving up to the next level. A competency-model, which will invite you to grow and develop type-specific [...]

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An Introduction to the Enneagram’s 27 Subtype Personalities Through Panels of Experienced Self-Observers

A clear picture of the Enneagram's instinct-based subtypes is vital to a deep understanding of the Enneagram system and our ability to type ourselves and others accurately. Based on the most up-to-date subtype descriptions from seminal Enneagram author Claudio Naranjo, this session will present the specific nuances of the three instinctual subtype versions of each of the nine Enneagram [...]

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Integration and Spiritual Bypass – Session 3

The Enneagram Narrative Curriculum provides a framework that integrates three crucial aspects of personal development: psychological, spiritual and somatic. These elements can be investigated as independent streams that share a common purpose, and there is much value in doing so. That said, using the wisdom of the Enneagram map to align these different elements creates a synergy that greatly [...]

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How Can the Enneagram Stay True to Its Roots AND Embrace Science?

[NO RECORDING] Why has the mainstream of contemporary psychological science and mental health practice not embraced the Enneagram? In a recent Enneagram Journal essay we explored the Enneagram's credibility gap in those communities, and suggested steps the Enneagram community should take to bridge that gap, based on lessons learned in bridging similar gaps between mainstream science and alternative medicine. [...]

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How the Enneagram Types Do Drama

Who wants more energy, presence and time? What if we could have that back from the frustrating recurring situations that drain our energy? Most people can easily see how others are engaging in drama, while they are trying to stay out of it. In this session we'll help participants spot their "personas" of the Victim (life is happening "to" [...]

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Fears, Phobias and Enneagram Styles

In this workshop Tom will cycle around the Enneagram revealing the role fear plays within each style, before landing in the Fear Triad for an in-depth discussion. The purpose of the workshop is two-fold: to understand in greater detail the role of fear - minor in some styles, major in others--and explore how people internally create fear--its purpose, benefits [...]

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Parenting From the Inside Out – Using the Enneagram to Bring Out the Best of Your Parenting Personality

Today's parents face a multitude of challenges unlike previous generations. In this world of increased on-line connectivity we are becoming even more disconnected from those relationships that are important to us. Knowing your Enneagram Type will help you understand how your personality influences your parenting style; why you react the way you do, understand where others are coming from [...]

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Stable Innovation, Sustainable Presence, and Authentic Relationship: Keys to High-Performance Leadership

An intriguing look at the Enneagram for managers, executives, and the coaches and consultants who work with them. Join this exploration into leadership that is based on the awakening and alignment of Belly Center, the Heart Center, and the Head Center, creating gifts and tools that drive everything from strategic planning to performance management. Discover how strength and will [...]

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Integrating The Soul Child And The Demons – A Christian Approach

Sandra Maitri unfolded the concept of the Enneagram points of integration representing our "Soulchild". Unfortunately we can not jump there because our inner child has never been allowed to develop Tsultrim Allione unfolded the concept of "Feeding The Demons" based on Buddhist psychology. Those "demons" seem to represent our point of desintegration. Anne-Maria Gallen and I have worked with [...]

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Who is Talking Now? – Develop a Dialog Between the Ego and the Self

This session introduces a Transformational Model which presents a structured process to help you get free of your Type's fixation and get in touch with your authentic self. We will practice how to distinguish "Who is taking now" --the Ego or the Authentic self? And learn how to conduct a direct dialog between the two. Our Ego will always [...]

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Invitation to Experience Reality

In its original form, the Enneagram symbol was more than a typology--it was an invitation to experience reality in new ways. The symbol itself has at its center a triangle in a circle, representing what Georges Gurdjieff called the Law of Three--a way of looking at the paradoxes and polarities of life, and understanding them as the engine of [...]

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The Holy Ideas: Consciousness, Compassion and Practice

The Holy Ideas of the Enneagram are in service to the lessening of suffering and the recovery of our true nature through remembering our Essence qualities. The Holy Ideas remind us of who we truly are beyond our attachments and identification with the construct of the egoic mind. As we observe our attachments and defense of the ego we [...]

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No More Lectures! Using Creative Activities to Teach the Enneagram

When you teach the Enneagram, you have to share a lot of information with your students. But that doesn't mean it has to be a long, dull lecture! Adults learn best when they are actively engaged in the learning process. And they learn even better when they are having fun doing it. So come explore (or share!) some creative, [...]

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All Stressed Out and Nowhere To Go

The Inner Critic is one of the biggest stressors in our day-to-day lives. Come and explore ways to soften your Inner Critic and make more room for your Inner Authority. Having an inner critic is not a choice we get to make. It's part of every personality structure. It exists and it takes up a good portion of our [...]

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Embodied Relationships: Actualizing our Deepest Evolutionary Potential

Embodied Relationships: Type Based Practices for Shifting from Conflict to Connection. What fuels conflict in relationships? How can we become more understanding and accepting in moments of discord? What ignites our Enneagram type based triggers? With the help of attachment theory, trauma research, and neuroscience these resources are now available. This workshop will teach how relational conflict occurs within [...]

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Conversations for Action: Nine Paths to Excellence

Making and keeping commitments with each other is crucial. It is the lifeblood of relationships and the primary way we get things done in organizations. Yet, many of us travel through life without knowing how to effectively communicate with others to make and keep commitments. We don't converse skillfully about expected results, who is responsible for what, and how [...]

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Going Beyond Your Core Enneagram Type: What Happens When You Leave Home Base?

Each Enneagram point represents an archetypal territory with a distinct worldview and adaptive strategy. Those of us who study the Enneagram have identified our core type and know it well. But sometimes we leave "home base" and move into other Enneagram positions on the diagram. An event can trigger a shift into the psychological territory of our wing, stress [...]

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Visual Squash: How NLP Can Help Enneagrammers to Resolve Their Internal Conflicts

Each Enneagram space has it own internal conflict that, if resolved, would lead to transformation. In this session participants will have the opportunity to discover and explore their own internal conflict. Once found, they will learn a simple yet profound NLP technique to work with and bring together the different parts of the conflict. What emerges is something that [...]

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The Enneagram of Aging: A 9 Points Panel of Spiritual Elders

This workshop will present an overview of the emerging field of Transpersonal Gerontology--a recent and powerful integration of transpersonal psychology and social gerontology--and then discuss its relevance to Enneagram studies and practices. Gerontology, until recently, has taken little account of developments in humanistic and transpersonal psychology. From our side, Enneagram teachers have rarely taken into account important and universal [...]

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Enneagram Archetypes and Stereotypes: Exploring the 7 Archetypes Within Each Type

A first impression is made in 20 seconds or less according to the way one looks, speaks, walks and gestures. Human nature innately groups these qualities into Archetypes. An Archetype is a prototype, unconscious idea or image universally present in the human psyche. Eighteen years of research with micro-expressions and the internal experience of type, suggest that archetypes can [...]

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Reading the Enneagram of Harmony – Session 1

This session is focused on the ancient Diagram of Harmony, a 9-pointed star composed of 3 equilateral triangles. Unlike the more familiar cognitive/emotional model of vice and virtue, the Harmony Triads assign Head, Heart and Body-based intelligence to each personality type. This configuration offers guidance for developing Three-centered Intelligence rather than advising types to move to their point of [...]

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Exploring Your Type on the Labyrinth

The labyrinth is an ancient circular pattern, a symbol of wholeness, in which one follows a single path as it spirals to the center and then follows the same path out. This experiential learning session of walking a canvas Labyrinth design offers the possibility of gaining insights into the patterns of one's Enneagram type. As circular patterns, both the [...]

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The Social Impact of Prison

The Social Impact of Prison--The United States incarcerates 25% of the world's population, but represents less than 5% of the global populace. As we imprison more people than any other nation, there are massive ramifications on families that send cultural ripples throughout society. Like it or not, we are all touched by prison. The Enneagram Prison Project (EPP) brings [...]

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Congruent Connections: Closing Sales Conversations with Ease

Many people squirm when talking about money with prospective clients or "asking for the order." Would you like to feel as comfortable bringing your offer to the world as you do delivering it? This interactive session will take the edge off the fear of those conversations. The focus will be on developing embodied presence and a congruent personal brand. [...]

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Why is it so Difficult to Change? Understanding the Obstacles for Each Type

We have all tried to change some of our habitual patterns, but have not always been successful. There is a part of us that wants to change, and another part that resists that change. Why is that? In this session we will explore a process for creating change, which involves (i) becoming aware of our habitual patterns and setting [...]

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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 [...]

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The Enneagram and Ayurveda as Complementary Practices

If your Enneagram studies have you seeking a daily spiritual practice, our session will assist you in developing one. Learn about the powerful connections between Enneagram and Ayurveda, a holistic, bodily-focused spiritual tradition with roots in ancient India. See how this profound system can help you work with your Enneagram type and become more present in everyday life! Our [...]

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Asking Powerful Questions: Helping to Leverage Change in Ourselves and Others

Questions can be interventions in their own right, allowing us to consider our experiences in new ways. As Enneagram enthusiasts, learning to see outside of our usual lenses can be both a difficult and a joyful discipline. Provocative and reflective questions can help us out of our usual modes of viewing, creating the conditions for change. This session will [...]

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The Enneagram and Nonviolent Communication (NVC)

This session will explore the dynamic blend of the Enneagram and NVC, including: 1) how these two approaches amplify understanding and compassion for self and others, 2) the utility of NVC skills for meeting our goals and living our essence, 3) how the NVC "mind model" can bring clarity for any Enneagram Type, and 4) the influence of core [...]

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Somatic Awareness Practice – Session 2

In this session Marion will focus on recent developments in Somatic Awareness Practice which demonstrate how body-based intelligence establishes a physical foundation for both psychological and spiritual development. Used in conjunction with a practice of interior silence, somatic awareness permits us to internally observe and relax largely unrecognized patterns of attraction and avoidance that obscure objective reality. Topics include [...]

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Using the Enneagram to Change the World

A burgeoning leader in the field of Social Entrepreneurship, Susan Olesek speaks--with compelling authenticity--to the messy business of stepping into our "higher selves." We gather in order to meet the challenge of taking the Enneagram out of the theoretical and into the present, everyday-ness of our lives. As we do so, we cannot help but to deepen our awareness [...]

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Putting the Enneagram into Practice in a Community

This presentation will provide a descriptive and visual journey focusing on using three of the basic Enneagram principles in the development and conscious growth of a localized Enneagram Community. The three principles - Circle, Hexad and Triangle--have been the compass and backbone for this lively group of Enneagram enthusiasts. Penny will take us through the unpredictable path that led [...]

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Social Intelligence Hiring: Hire Faster, Better, and at Lower Costs

Although Enneagram type cannot and should not be used for hiring because type has no correlation to skills or aptitude, the Enneagram itself can be used to help companies hire large numbers of best-in-class candidates who are immediately up and running. And all this can be done at a lower cost-per-hire and in half the time as traditional hiring. [...]

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The Use of the Enneagram in Higher Education: Powerful Insights for Young Adult Learning, Career Crafting, and Community Engagement

[NO RECORDING] The Use of the Enneagram in Higher Education. All too often manipulated by the media and pervasive popular culture of entertainers and advertisers, the latest generation of students enter into the hallways of higher education with a distorted picture of who they really are as individuals, and lacking a nuanced understanding of healthy relationships. The Enneagram and [...]

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Why the Enneagram is such a magnificent spiritual tool

An examination of the breakthroughs that the Enneagram encourages and empowers at the spiritual, psychological, and cultural levels... "...one reason I have valued and taught the Enneagram for almost forty years. Like few other spiritual tools, it illustrates this transformational truth. Once you see that your "sin" and your gift are two sides of the same coin, you can [...]

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Visions in the Night: Kabalah, The Enneagram and Dreams

Sefer Hasidim (The Book of the Pious) a twelfth century mystical text, speaks of entering the Dream World as one would a foreign land. Just as the inhabitants there might try to converse with us through sign language, so our dreams communicate through images and signs. Ours is the task to try to understand the language and the messages [...]

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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 in which it affects the Three Centers of Intelligence, is critical work for transforming the type-specific defense patterns of each Enneagram type in addiction recovery. More importantly, understanding the intrusion of the Inner Critic in its predictable times of interruption & attack is a primary practice for staying clean [...]

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How to Serve 9 Elephants in Digestible, Enjoyable Bite-Sizes – 10 Tips to Making Our Audiences Laugh, Cry and Want to Start the Enneagram Journey

[NO RECORDING] We know the Enneagram is amazing, awesome, life-changing, etc. Our audiences don't necessarily share our deep-felt passion for the subject. Surprising, but unfortunately true. What have I learned as a teacher/trainer during my 15 years of full time involvement with this love of our lives? How have Irish nuns, English housewives, Finnish executives and other Enneagram virgins [...]

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The Enneagram and the Psychological Tradition

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; Carl Rogers in the humanist tradition; George Kelly, Albert Ellis, Aaron Beck, and Jeffrey [...]

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Making Sense of COMPLEXITY with the Enneagram

We live in a VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) world today. The world is becoming increasingly complex to navigate and the Enneagram provides a compass to individuals on the journey through this complexity. From a theoretical perspective, the shift from systems thinking to complexity theory represents a paradigm shift of great significance to the fields of organisational and [...]

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Whole Parent, Whole Child: Parenting From Our True Nature

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 our essential self. This means looking with humility at the positive aspects we identify [...]

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True Integration as the Magical Path to a Fulfilling Life, Love, Spirit, and Relationships

[NO RECORDING] How can the Enneagram be a path to genuine love, to healthy relationships and hence to a fulfilling life? What does this require of us? We will explore how the Enneagram's understandings through the true process of integration which is characterized by full presence in the moment, by an indelible imprint in memory in all the senses, [...]

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“You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” Using The Harmonic Groups to “Get What You Need”

What happens when things fall apart? How do you cope? Deal effectively with setbacks? And resolve conflicts gracefully? In this session, Riso and Hudson's three Harmonic Groups offer some compelling answers. Punctuated with music clips, sound bites, and descriptive visuals, this workshop reveals how each Harmonic Group--and all nine types--handle loss. It uncovers the advantages and pitfalls of staunchly [...]

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Educating Children Through the Enneagram

Childhood is the key period for the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual development of a human being. If a child learns to manifest the potential aspects of their being, he or she will have a better capacity to deal with the challenges in life and will be a happy, complete human being. When we look into the Enneagram`s symbology, [...]

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Enneagram Styles and the Five Love Languages

[NO RECORDING] Do you prefer to give and receive love through spending Quality Time with your loved ones, or giving and receiving Words of Affirmation; or Gifts; or Acts of Service; or Physical Touch? This workshop will explore these five love languages made popular by Gary Chapman and discover which languages the nine Enneagram styles and their subtypes favor. [...]

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