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Enneagram & Spiritual Discernment Webinar #1 Week 4 Materials

Our next webinar is coming up soon on Tuesday, November 17th! We will once again join together at 10:00 am Pacific Time, but we have extended the webinar to include an optional half-an-hour at the end for questions and answers. This means it will end at noon Pacific Time, rather than 11:30 am. Come with your questions!

Also, be sure to check out our forums! We have some terrific conversations going and a few lonely Enneatypes looking for friends! Be a part of this wonderful community!

 
Week Four Materials

Questions to Ponder:

What does the word “harmony” mean to you? What in your life is in harmony? What feels out of harmony? Sit with each area, the one that is in harmony and the one that isn’t in harmony, and take them through your three centers of intelligence, starting with your home space, and go clockwise. For example, a six would start with the head space, then go to the gut space, the heart space, and then return to the head space. What does each center of intelligence tell you about being in harmony? Share your thought around the topic of “harmony” with the forum.

Enneagram Forum

Handout: Triads of Harmony Handout

Helpful Resources:

Article:

Working with the Enneagram Harmony Triads: A Key to Development and Integration by Dr. David Daniels

Book:

Spiritual Rhythms for the Enneagram: A Handbook for Harmony and Transformation 

by Adele Ahlberg Calhoun, Doug Calhoun, Clare Loughrige, Scott Loughrige

The Enneagram opens a remarkable window into the truth about us, enabling us to see how image, wounds, lies, triggers, and default responses shape us every bit as much as our faith. But simply diagnosing our number doesn’t do justice to who we are. Nor does it necessarily change us or our relationships. Transformation happens as we grow in awareness and learn how to engage and reflect God’s image. And relational repair then results as we apply Enneagram insights to the rhythms and grooves of our ordinary daily lives. For those who have learned about the Enneagram and wonder “What’s next?”―this handbook is the answer. Filled with exercises to engage, challenge, encourage, and sustain, Spiritual Rhythms for the Enneagram will help us grow in greater awareness and lead us to spiritual and relational transformation. Including new insight on the Enneagram and the Harmony Triads, and offering helpful “Soul Resources” in the appendix, this handbook can be used by individuals or groups.