After students of the Enneagram identify their personality type, many want to know what do about what they’ve learned. Because of the inevitable wounding we all experience in childhood, we lose our ability to balance the three centers of intelligence: thinking, feeling and doing. Learning to balance these three stances frees up enormous amounts of physical, emotional, and spiritual energy.
Enneagram Stances are determined by naming the weakest of these centers and understanding the Stances begins a lifelong process that seeks to use each of the centers for its intended purpose. The three stances are named according to our initial response to others. People in the Dependent Stance move toward others, those in the Withdrawing Stance move away and those in the Aggressive Stance move independently.
During this multi-day retreat you will explore intermediate and advanced concepts of the Enneagram using lecture, small group, panels, dyad and triad discussion formats. Attendance is limited to 40 people. Attendees should understand their Enneagram number and possess a solid level of Enneagram knowledge either through completion of the introductory workshop, Know Your Number, or a thorough understanding of the Enneagram primer, The Road Back to You.