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2011 IEA Enneagram Journal

Hidden in Plain Sight: Observations on the Origins of the Enneagram

Erratum: The article "Hidden in Plain Sight: Observations on the Origin of the Enneagram" by Virginia Wiltse and Helen Palmer was first published in the 2009 edition of the Enneagram Journal. At the time of publication, we were already aware of a problem with the article, so the Journal was issued with an erratum page that contained Fig. 1 [...]

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Power, Personality, and Leadership

Power is a topic that many people find uncomfortable to discuss, yet the appropriate use of power affects all relationships, especially those between leaders and followers in the workplace. By understanding power we can learn to use it more effectively and justly; otherwise we risk relegating it to the shadows where it is prone to abuse and misuse. This [...]

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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 [...]

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Money: From Fear to Love Using the Enneagram to Create Wealth, Prosperity and Love

Dr. Margaret Smith has written an engaging and ambitious book that goes far beyond the subject of money management to look at how people with different personality types and different instinctual priorities relate to money, scarcity, prosperity, and abundance. Along the way, we learn much that is new and thought-provoking, not only about how the nine Enneagram types relate [...]

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Nine Lenses on the World: The Enneagram Perspective

Nine Lenses on the World is an excellent compilation and arrangement of a master teacher's work, clearly written from the high side of Lens Five, the Perspective of Wisdom. The book applies a variety of psychological, spiritual and practical personal growth models and demonstrates how each may enhance our understanding of the Enneagram. It is loaded with rich content [...]

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