Moving Beyond Your Habits of Emotion and Defenses
Date: July 24, 2021
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. AZ/PDT
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Format: Online via Zoom
Cost: $125 – AEA Membership and Young Adult discounts available. Scholarships Available
Personality Type is a highly sophisticated set of beliefs, behaviors and reactions that have been tried out and reinforced over time creating automatic, unconscious patterns and habits. Some of these patterns serve us well, others do not.
The good news is, it’s possible to experience increased emotional freedom and less defensiveness! The first step is to become aware of your patterns in order to be in choice about how you respond to life – instead of reacting from habit.
Through teachings, exercises, practices and dialogues you will learn:
- The habitual emotional pattern (Passion) of your Type
- The relationship between your Passion and your behavior
- How your defense mechanism both serves and hinders you
- How to loosen the hold these automatic patterns have on you
The benefits of increased awareness and loosening of your defensive barriers and emotional habits are:
- Greater spiritual, psychological and emotional freedom
- More ease in your life and your relationships
- The ability to access the Virtue of Type such as Innocence, Balance, Courage and Serenity
This workshop is part of the AEA Core Curriculum. Recommended preparation: Students should be familiar with the Enneagram model and know their core Enneagram Type.
Renée Siegel has been an integrative wellness provider for over 40 years. She holds licenses and certifications in various disciplines. She was introduced to the Enneagram over 15 years ago and it was “love at first sight”. Since that time, she has been an avid student of the Enneagram. She specializes in three areas: relationships, addiction and wellness. Renée describes the Enneagram as the “blueprint for health one can utilize when understanding the underlying energetic patterns that distract us from our journey in returning to wholeness.”