Sometimes we forget the beautiful simplicity of knowing and celebrating who we are. The Enneagram is a map to this compassionate self-awareness. When we become students of the Enneagram, one of the temptations is to allow the complexity of the system (and the complexity of our own ego structures) to overwhelm us. We begin to tell ourselves, "I need to know more to find healing." That's not true. In this session we will explore together the loveable simplicity built into every heart and life by focusing on the four primary building blocks that make up the story of each Enneagram Type: the Essential Quality, the Passion, the Fixation, and the Virtue.
This presentation will be great for those well versed in the Enneagram and for “newbies.” Invite friends and family who want a high quality introduction to the Enneagram!
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Phil Gebbengreen is big: in body, in heart, and in imagination. He dreams of a day when fear and loneliness are overcome by love and connection. To live into this dream, he works as a husband and father, as a Co-Pastor at Edgcumbe Presbyterian Church, and as a Guide and Faculty at the Enneagram Prison Project. The Enneagram regularly gives him the opportunity to remember that he is really just a little boy yearning to be loved and free.
Enneagram Minnesota is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.