AEA Event-Recap: Marion Gilbert and Terry Saracino

0 The Enneagram and Dynamic Relationships: A Three-Centered View Special Guests: Marion Gilbert and Terry Saracino Have you ever imagined life without relationship? Relating to ourselves, others and the world we live in is how we orient in our lives. How much of our relationships are driven by our unconscious patterns and the need to survive? Clarity and compassion become obscured when difficulties arise in our relationships. In each...

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AEA SPECIAL TOPIC: 9 Paths to Recovery with Renee Siegel on January 21, 2017

9 Paths to Recovery Special Guest: Renee Siegel   Recovering from any addiction requires not just abstaining from the substance use or addictive behavior, but making lifestyle changes that support the recovery process. Recovery is about having a better quality of life and not just accumulating days of abstinence. Each Enneatype in the process of recovery has a pattern that developed as a strategy to cope with the types...

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AEA SPECIAL TOPIC: Moving Beyond the Triggers & Blind Spots of your Personality Presented by Jaye Andres on February 25, 2017

Moving Beyond the Triggers & Blind Spots of your Personality Presented by Jaye Andres Do certain people or situations push your buttons? Do you get feedback from others about your behavior that you just don’t understand? Do you keep running into the same issues over and over again in you relationships? Triggers and blind spots could be the cause. Triggers are those things that “set us off” into reactivity. They prevent us from...

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AEA SPECIAL TOPIC: Exploring the Harmony Triads with Carole Whittaker on March 25, 2017

Exploring the Harmony Triads       Special Guest: Carole Whittaker Many Enneagram teachers and experienced students have observed a strong relationship between Types Two and Five and between Types Four and Seven, lines that would appear to be “hidden” on the Enneagram diagram of personality types.  When represented as an Enneagram diagram  the relationship of Types One-Seven-Four and Types Eight-Five-Two as well as Types...

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AEA Series: The Virtues

Explore the Virtues of Your Heart… How do serenity, humility, truth and balance operate in your life? What about nonattachment, courage, sobriety, innocence and right action? How does hope, faith, and love show up in your life? Discover practical ways to work through the barriers to spiritual freedom, thus, opening the path to maturity, individuation, and higher consciousness. The Virtues described by the Enneagram are qualities of...

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AEA SPECIAL TOPIC: Take Off…Soar…Land: You are Going to Need Wings for That! with Kathryn Grant on April 22, 2017

Take Off…Soar…Land: You are Going to Need Wings for That! Special Guest: Kathryn Grant The Enneagram is about movement. It challenges us to ask ourselves questions and hints at possible answers. Wings, the style on either side of our home style, exemplify one of these inherent movements. Some Enneagram teachers teach that we have one wing, some teach that we have two, others dismiss the theory completely. With one wing, we...

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AEA SPECIAL TOPIC: Managing Conflict by Type with Renee Siegel on June 10, 2017

Managing Conflict by Type Special Guest: Renee Siegel We all have encounters with others where we do not agree with that other person, even if we care for them a great deal. We can be guaranteed that at some point in our lives, we will have this experience. Oftentimes, conflict arises as a result of this disagreement or not “seeing eye to eye”, and it does not seem like we will be able to see it through. Some of us are more...

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Remembering David Daniels | Join us on June 25th

Remembering David Daniels David holds a special place in our hearts in Arizona and with the Arizona Enneagram Association. A life so beautifully lived deserves to be beautifully remembered. Please join the Arizona Enneagram Association as we celebrate the life of David Daniels, MD. When: Sunday, June 25, 2017 Where: Paradise Valley United Methodist Church in Room H-7 Time: 1:00 p.m.- 2:30...

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AEA SERIES: Type as False Identification | September 20- October 25, 2017 | Wednesday afternoons

Type as False Identification Personality is “who I think I am.” It is a self-concept that builds in childhood and, once formed, is so much “who we are” that we do not recognize it as a highly sophisticated construct built from imagination, imitation, and a need to be appreciated. Our identifications protect us from feelings of anxiety, discomfort and uncertainty about facing the unknown, yet limit our freedom to experience and act...

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