The Development and Structure of the Enneagram of Personality Types (formerly known as Foundations of the Enneagram of Personality Types)
This class provides a thorough groundwork for understanding and utilizing the Enneagram of Personality model. Following the path of human development from early childhood, we describe the formation of personality type as habits of attention and emotion and the strategies that hold them in place in order to form an individual self-reflective consciousness.
We also examine the relationship between the personality self and the inner/core self with its permanent essential qualities of the life force (the Virtues) and of Being itself (the Holy Ideas.) This class also provides an overview of the paths and practices that lead toward personal integration.
Understanding ourselves as well as others from this perspective greatly enhances our acceptance and appreciation of ourselves and others and provides clear direction for continued growth and development.
Methods include teaching, exercises and brief panel interviews with class participants. The Essential Enneagram by Dr. David Daniels MD is used to assist participants in identifying their own Enneagram personality Type. This basic course is highly recommended as preparation for all of the continuing Enneagram classes. It is suitable for beginners as well as those who already have some familiarity with the Enneagram. This class is taught in a one day format.
February 3, 2018
9:00am – 5:00pm
Paradise Valley United Methodist Church | 4455 E. Lincoln Drive | Paradise Valley Arizona 85253
$90 per person which includes the Essential Enneagram book, class workbook, and lunch.
$45 per person if you have attended this class before, and are not bringing a friend(bring your class materials and lunch is included)
$10 per person if you have attended this class before, and are bringing a friend(bring your class materials and lunch is included)
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Contact Sheila at 602-888-1381 | or by email
Registration in advance is extremely helpful in order to provide class notes, adequate seating, and name badges, as well as, administrative staff and volunteers needed for this event.