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Transcript of Enneagram Prezi
& Self Love
2 - The Helper
"I am helpful/needed."
3 - The Achiever
"I am successful."
To be loved; to express positive feelings
4- The Individualist
"I am authentic."
5 - The Investigator
"I am knowledgeable."
6 - The Loyalist
"I am responsible."
7 - The Enthusiast
"I am happy."
8 - The Leader
"I am strong."
9 - The Peacemaker
"I am harmonious."
1 - The Reformer
"I am right."
To feel valuable
Having no identity or significance
To be uniquely myself
Being without support or guidance
To have security
Being trapped in pain/deprivation
To be satisfied/content
Being harmed or controlled
"Where do you see fear in your life?
The Four A's
"The Map is not the Territory"
"where the chief imbalance lies"
The Enneagram is about liberation
from our personality,
experiencing the profound goodness
of our essence.
Out of Touch with Feeling
Out of Touch with Thinking
Out of Touch with Instinct
The Enneagram does not discriminate based on gender, religion, race, sexual orientation, age, or culture.
But, the expression of our motivations
by these things.
Awareness of feeling a sense of personal obligation to fix everything themselves—so that they can rise to a profound acceptance of and genuine tolerance for reality.
Awareness of believing that they must go out to others to win them over—so that they can rise to unconditional love of self and others, irrespective of others' reactions to them.
Awareness of always driving themselves to be the best and to get validation—so that they can rise to genuine embodiment of real values and an authentic expression of who they really are.
Awareness of holding on to and intensifying feelings through the imagination—so that they can rise to a self-regenerating connection with reality and endless creativity.
Awareness of withdrawing from reality into concepts and mental worlds—so that they can rise to a profound and objective understanding of how reality really is.
Awareness of becoming dependent on something outside the self for guidance—so that they can rise to become grounded in their own inner guidance and feeling of endless support.
Awareness of feeling that "something better" is available somewhere else—so that they can rise to a true resting in the moment and a joyous celebration of life.
Awareness of feeling that they must push and struggle to make things happen—so that they can rise to a true self-surrender to something greater and more lasting than themselves.
Awareness of the tendency to accommodate themselves outwardly to others—so that they can rise to a genuine remembering of themselves and their own strength, value, and dignity.
"Wake Up Calls"
"Why do we learn about the Enneagram?"
"How can it be helpful in our work?"
Self- Awareness/Knowledge leads to better Self-Care
Greater compassion for self and others:
"... the Enneagram allows us to look deeply within our own character and to clarify relationships with clients, co-workers, family, and friends. That insight quickly turns to compassion when you compare your own bias with those of people who are unlike you. It stirs compassion to see through the eyes of other and to feel the pressure of their emotional life, because when you take on others' outlook, their perspective is right."- Helen Palmer, The Enneagram in Love and Work, pg. 9
Many of the Enneagram’s central ideas can be found in the work of Christian, Sufi and Jewish monastics. The first published Enneagram appears in the writings of Ramon Llull, a Franciscan monk who in 1305 CE used the diagram to describe the nine “Dignities of God,” which we know today as the nine “passions and virtues.” - http://www.enneagramworldwide.com/common-enneagram-questions/#question_9
Since the 1970s, the Enneagram has been developed as a modern psychological system. The Enneagram continues to develop through the efforts of many people worldwide who are creating new insights and new applications for personal, spiritual and professional development. -http://www.enneagramworldwide.com/common-enneagram-questions/#question_9
Resources for further exploration of the Enneagram:
- Books galore(!)
- Conversations with those who know about the Enneagram (Instituters, raise those hands please!)
(a way of understanding yourself, a tool for greater exploration of who you are. seeing the boxes that we experience the world from, not putting ourselves in a box)