These classes are presented in the Narrative Tradition, which brings the Enneagram to life through interview and inquiry of the nine Enneagram types. The panel method quickly builds community and supports learning through the mind, heart and body.
In 2019, our Enneagram Panel Series is focusing on stress – the stress that comes with change and uncertainty, from external demands and events, and also the stress that comes from feeling inertia or being unfulfilled in some aspect of our life. We will explore how each Enneagram type shows up under stress and also the impact chronic stressors have on our capacity to connect with our essential self.
Through these monthly panels, we are reminded that we are more alike than different and stronger together than we are alone. When we are grounded in our bodies, we have access to deep, meaningful receptivity and vulnerability. This is our real work and it takes practice. Margot Burns and co-leader Mary Ellen Arthur are both certified teachers of the Enneagram in the Narrative Tradition.
We meet at St. Thomas Episcopal Church at 22nd and Dexter in Denver from 6:30 to 8:00 pm and ask for a $20 donation. PLEASE JUST SHOW UP OR CALL MARGOT TO REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT. IT IS NOT CLOSED BUT WE ARE NOT ACCEPTING ONLINE REGISTRATIONS.
TWO PANEL February 27th THREE PANEL March 27th
FOUR PANEL April 24th FIVE PANEL May 22nd
SIX PANEL June 26th SEVEN PANEL July 24th
EIGHT PANEL August 28th NINE PANEL September 25th
Contact Margot to learn more about the Denver monthly panel group: 303-489-9590 or [email protected].
The Enneagram provides specific ways to have more successful and meaningful relationships with different kinds of people. This workshop will focus on what we need to know and what we need to do to open our hearts and respond with more insight and empathy. In this workshop we will explore:
The nine Enneagram viewpoints communication styles – not only what we say but how we say it with our body language and emotional tone
How to respond to the underlying concerns and issues of each viewpoint
How to manage our internal state and reduce reactivity
How love is expressed in three centers: body, heart and mind
How to accept and engage through vulnerability and how our personality defenses get in the way of it
The format will include presentations, panel interviews with participants, small group work and guided exercises.