WHAT DO YOU AVOID?
Facilitated by JAYE ANDRES on May 15
What do you avoid taking on and why? What behaviors do you justify or make excuses for? How is what you avoid related to how you want to be seen by others? Identifying what we avoid helps us have a discussion with ourselves about why we do this and how we might change our habits. It also gives us insight into our triggers.
EXPLORING THE STANCES
Facilitated by MYSTI RAINWATER on June 19
Have you ever wondered why some people seem to move quickly, toward others, in an almost aggressive way? Why others seem to move slowly, away from others, in a more withdrawn way? And others yet, move toward, but with others, in a more compliant manner? Join us for a meet-up to explore the “stances” of the Enneagram! Sometimes referred to as Hornevian Group, our stance represents the basic attitude/approach we take toward the world and people, expressed in the way we move with them. Join us for a lively conversation about the origin and application of stance based on Enneagram type!
THE ENNEAGRAM AND INTIMACY
Facilitated by SANDY HOGAN on September 18th
All levels of intimacy definitely play a part in the complicated mind-body connection that helps people cope better and improve their quality of life. It is now well-accepted that people who have close, supportive relationships with others are generally healthier, both physically and emotionally, and cope better with stress. People who have low levels of intimacy are prone to higher levels of emotional disturbance, especially when they experience many negative life-changing events or few positive ones. It has been proven that life-affirming relationships and interactions undeniably have a positive effect on our overall health and happiness.
3rd Wednesday of the month from 7:00 p.m.- 8:45 p.m.
Registration: Click HERE to register.
3rd Wednesday of the month
7:00 p.m.- 8:45 p.m.
CrossRoads United Methodist Church, 7901 N. Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85020
Park by the large tower and enter through the main sanctuary doors. We will be in the Patio Room.
$10.00/per person or $5.00/per person who is a current AEA Member will be collected at the door
Registration in advance at the Meetup website 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.