The Enneagram types are below. Who are you?
This is an overview of the 9 Enneagram Types – So you recognize yourself in a few of these? Read More
Note: This article is an excerpt from the August 1997 issue of the Enneagram Monthly. Long before the Enneagram was an established personality typology system, it was common knowledge that there was a connection between the body and the mind. Thousands of years ago, the Chinese developed Chi Kung, a movement meditation practice that energized Read More
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had this experience. Someone asks what I do, and if my answer includes something about teaching emotional intelligence, they respond by crossing their arms and saying, “Are you telling me I’m emotionally stupid?” The answer of course, is “Of course not!” (Besides, that’s not for me to Read More
Performed at the International Enneagram Association (IEA) conference San Francisco, CA, August 2000 Directed and choreographed by Andrea Isaacs Review by Courney Behm Many of us who study the Enneagram do so in order to identify the barriers our personality puts in the path of our ultimate success and satisfaction. Once identified, these barriers can Read More
Get this quick start on the 9 Enneagram types. Learn about each type at a glance and how they are useful at different times. Find out if you have the range, ability and flexibility to move between the types…that’s Emotional Intelligence!
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