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Enneagram

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Transcript of Enneagram

The
Enneagram

Enneagram Charts
Myers Briggs
Gift to Orgainzation
Videos
What crossroads/life stage do you find yourself at that brings you to enneagram work?
Opening Question
"In our time, the Enneagram has appeared as illusory medicine to cure an illusory disease. The disease is the egoic idea of separation. The cure is to look in the wisdom mirror of the Enneagram to see past all false identification to the truth of being."
- Eli Jaxon-Bear
The Truth of Being
"The personal entity,
which identifies its existence with life in the
physical body
and calls itself "I," is the ego.

The physical body,
which is inherently inert, has no ego sense.
The Self, which is pure consciousness, has not ego sense.

Between these two, there mysteriously arises
the ego sense,
which is the "I" thought.

This ego, or separate personal identity,
is at the root of all suffering in life.
Therefore, it is to be destroyed by any means possible.

This is liberation or Enlightenment or Self-realization. "

-Ramana Maharshi
Non-Dual Awareness
The Invitation


It doesn’t interest me
what you do for a living.
I want to know
what you ache for
and if you dare to dream
of meeting your heart’s longing.

It doesn’t interest me
how old you are.
I want to know
if you will risk
looking like a fool
for love
for your dream
for the adventure of being alive.

It doesn’t interest me
what planets are
squaring your moon...
I want to know
if you have touched
the centre of your own sorrow
if you have been opened
by life’s betrayals
or have become shrivelled and closed
from fear of further pain.

I want to know
if you can sit with pain
mine or your own
without moving to hide it
or fade it
or fix it.
by Oriah
I want to know
if you can be with joy
mine or your own
if you can dance with wildness
and let the ecstasy fill you
to the tips of your fingers and toes
without cautioning us
to be careful
to be realistic
to remember the limitations
of being human.

It doesn’t interest me
if the story you are telling me
is true.
I want to know if you can
disappoint another
to be true to yourself.
If you can bear
the accusation of betrayal
and not betray your own soul.
If you can be faithless
and therefore trustworthy.

I want to know if you can see Beauty
even when it is not pretty
every day.
And if you can source your own life
from its presence.

I want to know
if you can live with failure
yours and mine
and still stand at the edge of the lake
and shout to the silver of the full moon,
“Yes.”
It doesn’t interest me
to know where you live
or how much money you have.
I want to know if you can get up
after the night of grief and despair
weary and bruised to the bone
and do what needs to be done
to feed the children.

It doesn’t interest me
who you know
or how you came to be here.
I want to know if you will stand
in the centre of the fire
with me
and not shrink back.

It doesn’t interest me
where or what or with whom
you have studied.
I want to know
what sustains you
from the inside
when all else falls away.

I want to know
if you can be alone
with yourself
and if you truly like
the company you keep
in the empty moments.

By Oriah © Mountain Dreaming,
"The Enneagram appears as a wisdom mirror for consciousness to recognize how it has become falsely identified with particular forms. In its subtle depth, the Enneagram reveals patterns of subconscious physical, mental and emotional identification. The core identification is the thought, "I am somebody." Once this thought arises, the ego becomes crystallized in the mind, and consciousness experiences itself as limited."
"I am somebody"
Upper World
Three Realms
of Consciouness
transpersonal states of consciousness
unity and non-duality, pure awareness
consciousness without an object
grace, bliss, transcendence
emptiness, Buddha mind, nirvana
light, golden
celestial realm

Expereince were conscoius self is transceneded and merges/communes with Spirit, in this way disidentifing with personal and cultural beliefes, goals, desires and attachements.
Practices
meditation,
prayer,
contemplation,
some forms of yoga
The Middle World
everyday waking consciousness, "dayworld"
personal and interpersonal world of ego
family, community, work, health, education
realm of ego growth, differentiation, and intimacy
Upper World
Middle World
Lower World
Lower World
therapies, coaching,
enneagram work,
traditional education,
art, skill development
Practices
Practices
transpersonal states of Soul
charactized by depth, darkness, inward looking,
subconscious, personal unconscious & collective unconscious
real of shadow, demons and daemons
"nightworld"
where ego relates to True Self and deepens self awareness
dreamwork, active imagintion
shamanic journies,
wondering in nature,
vision quests,
trance dance, drumming
symbolic artwork,
shadow work, archytpes
Structure of Ego (Radical Non-dualism)
Great Chain of Being
Personality
Character
Soul
Essence
is made up of patterns of either conditioned or genetic predispositions, which encounter environmental and social circumstances. The personality involves three main bodies of manifestation - physical, emotional, mental. My story, in which I identify myself is made up of my behaviors, my feelings and my thoughts.
Personality
True Character
Character Fixation
"Character is a level deeper than personality. This is where the knot of ego resides. All thoughts, feelings, and behaviors of the personality arise from this core identification. It is at this level that the false sense of "me," which is the root of all unhappiness, can be recognized and transcended."
True character resides at the level of the soul. It is the developed qualities of the soul's essence. True character is developed when one is willing to sacrifice personal pleasure of safety for something more important, to stand for what is known to be true in the face of fears and rationalizations of the character fixation.
True Character
Soul/Essence
"Soul is consciousness crystallized into a more subtle form. It is the arising of "I" consciousness as an ephemeral body. It is the soul that reincarnates lifetimes after lifetime, searching for fulfillment, happiness and God.
When the soul is not enlightened and is burdened with an egoic identity, it is the storehouse of latent tendencies and unfulfilled desires that take birth in a new body. The soul's identification with the body creates the eqoic knot of character fixation."
True Self
"If souls are like sparks flying out into the infinite night, then true Self is not only the sparks, but also the night, the universe, and the field that the universe arises in. (Pure awareness) The cosmic joke is that the soul is made of that which the soul is searching for: "immortal consciousness." Enlightenment is to realize that who you are essentially is the same immortal consciousness. God, soul and universe are realized as One.
http://www.enneagraminstitute.com
online test
Resources
From Fixation To Freedom,
Eli Jaxon-Bear
History of Enneagram
Helen Palmer
Riso and Hudson
Eli Jaxon Bear
OUR PRIMARY TEACHERS AND SOURCES
Susan Rhodes
Perceptions Conflict & Anger
Enneagram and Organizations
Perception of Leadership
Perceptions of Leadership
Perception of Interactions
Perception of Communication
Perception of Sales and Selling
Freedom - Openness - Expansion
Constriction - Reaction - Obsession
The Enneagram According to Pooh

Enneagram Style One: Rabbit

Enneagram Style Two: Kanga (mother of Roo)

Enneagram Style Three: Gopher

Enneagram Style Four: Eeyore

Enneagram Style Five: Owl

Enneagram Style Six: Piglet (phobic rather than counter-phobic Six)

Enneagram Style Seven: Tigger

Enneagram Style Eight: Gorilla (although a minor character, he is central to certain stories)

Enneagram Nine: Pooh
Parenting
The caring, interpersonal type, Twos are empathetic, sincere, and warm‐hearted. They are friendly, generous, and self‐sacrificing, but they can also be sentimental, flattering and people‐pleasing. They are driven to be close to others, and they often do things for others in order to be needed.

As Parents: Twos usually enjoy their children, like being parents, and encourage their children’s interests. Because they’re so involved, sometimes they do too much for their children instead of allowing the children to make mistakes and learn for themselves. May demand generosity, thoughtfulness, helpfulness, and attention to others – that their child be a Little Helper.

Unhealthy: They typically have problems taking care of themselves and acknowledging their own needs.

Healthy: Twos are unselfish and altruistic and have unconditional love for themselves and others.

Unconscious childhood messages: “It’s not okay to have your own needs”.

Wake Up Call: Believing that they must go out to others to win them over.
The principled, idealistic type. Ones are ethical and conscientious, with a strong sense of right and wrong. They are teachers and crusaders, always striving to improve things but afraid of making a mistake. Well‐organised, orderly, and fastidious, they try to maintain high standards but can slip into being critical and perfectionistic.

As Parents: Though firmness and structure can help children feel secure, some Type One parents could use more flexibility. A Perfectionist parent may demand self‐ control, reasonableness, regularity, and the ability to delay rewards – that their child be a Little Adult.

Unhealthy: They typically have problems with repressed anger and impatience.

Healthy: Ones are wise, discerning, realistic and noble, as well as morally heroic.

Unconscious childhood messages: “It’s not okay to make mistakes”.

Wake Up Call: Feeling a sense of personal obligation to fix everything themselves.



The adaptable, success‐oriented type. Three are self‐assured, attractive, and charming. Ambitious, competent and energetic, they can also be status‐conscious and highly driven for personal advancement. Threes are often concerned about their image and what others think of them.

As Parents: A lot of parents, especially Threes, want their children to have Three‐ like qualities: energy, confidence, drive, and optimism. They think that if the children are cheerleaders, presidents of the class, and professionals theyʹll be successful and happy. But children come with their own personalities and can be successful in many different ways. May demand being outstanding at tasks, fulfilling family hopes, physical perfection, and popularity – that their child be a Little Star.

Unhealthy: They typically have problems with workacholism and competitiveness. Healthy: Threes are self‐accepting, authentic, and everything they seem to be – role models who inspire others.

Unconscious childhood messages: “It’s not okay to have your own feelings and identity”.

Wake-Up Call: Beginning to drive themselves for status and attention.
Type One: The Perfectionist
Type Two: The Helper/Carer
Type Three: The Achiever/Motivator
The romantic, introspective type. Fours are self‐aware, sensitive, reserved and quiet. They are self‐revealing, emotionally honest and personal, but they can also be moody and self‐conscious. Withholding themselves from others due to feeling vulnerable and defective, they can also feel disdainful and exempt from ordinary ways of living.

As Parents: While Fours have a lot to give in terms of insight, creativity, and warmth, they also need to support their childrenʹs interests, whatever they are. Fours can emotionally overwhelm children who are not at home in their world of feelings. Most kids wonʹt be as sensitive as they are. May demand sensitivity, artistic creativity, emotional depth, and understanding – that their child be a Little Therapist.

Unhealthy: They typically have problems with self‐indulgence and self‐pity.

Healthy: Fours are inspired and highly creative, able to renew themselves and transform their experiences.

Unconscious childhood messages: “It’s not okay to be too functional or too happy”.

Wake-up Call: Holding on to and intensifying feelings through the imagination.
Type Four: The Individualist/Creative
The intense, cerebral type. Fives are alert, insightful and curious. They are able to concentrate and focus on developing complex ideas and skills. Independent and innovative, they can become preoccupied with their thoughts and imaginary constructs. They become detached, yet high‐strung and intense.

As Parents: It’s sometimes difficult for Fives to disengage from their own projects or thoughts and join in on the child’s frequency. Five Observer parents need to be careful, if their minds are on something else, not to become irritable or too authoritarian with their kids. May demand independence, studiousness, intellectual gifts, and curiosity – that their child be a Little Genius.

Unhealthy: They typically have problems with isolation, eccentricity and nihilism.

Healthy: Fives are visionary pioneers, often ahead of their time and able to see the world in an entirely new way.

Unconscious Child Messages: “It’s not okay to be comfortable in the world”.

Wake-up Call: Withdrawing from reality in concepts and mental worlds
Type Five: The Thinker/Observer

The committed, security‐oriented type. Sixes are reliable, hardworking and responsible, but they can also be defensive, evasive and highly anxious – running on stress while complaining about it. They are often cautious and indecisive but can also be reactive, defiant and rebellious.

As Parents: Six parents are very loyal, but they may be overprotective. It takes a lot of courage for Six‐parents to let their children out in the world where the dangers are, but kids are safer when they learn to solve their own problems. Six parents need to monitor their tendency to take the devilʹs advocate position, for this can erode childrenʹs confidence. May demand dependability, obedience, perseverance, and trustworthiness – that their child be a Little Trouper.

Unhealthy: They typically have problems with self‐doubt and suspicion.

Healthy: Sixes are internally stable, self-confidence and self-reliant, courageously supporting the weak and powerless.

Unconscious Childhood Messages: “It’s not okay to trust yourself”.

Wake-up Call: Becoming dependent on something outside the self for guidance.
Type Six: The Loyalist/Questioner
The busy productive type. Sevens are versatile, optimistic and spontaneous. Playful, high‐spirited and practical, they can also be overextended, scattered and undisciplined. They constantly seek new and exciting experiences, but they can become distracted and exhausted by staying on the go.

As Parents: Sevens like having playful children. But if the children are very serious, worried, or aggressive, Seven‐parents have to make big adjustments. May demand vitality, good humour, resilience, and spontaneity – that their child be a Little Entertainer.

Unhealthy: They typically have problems with superficiality and impulsiveness.

Healthy: Sevens focus their talents on worthwhile goals, becoming joyous, highly accomplished and full of gratitude.

Unconscious Childhood Messages” “It’s not okay to depend on anyone for anything”.

Wake-up Call: Feeling that something better is available somewhere else.
Type Seven: The Adventurer
The powerful dominating type. Eights are self-confident, strong and assertive. Protective, resourceful and decisive, they can also be proud and domineering. Eights feel that they must control their environment, often becoming confrontational and intimidating.

As Parents: Eight parents are protective and can be good role models for taking action and having confidence. They need to be aware that anger can devastate children, and they need to try not to impose their will on them. Eights can have a difficult time adjusting to their children and perceiving how they are different from themselves. It is helpful to look for qualities in their children they may not be used to thinking of as strengths, such as the ability to back down or to show vulnerability. May demand toughness, self‐sufficiency, courage, and willpower – that their child be a Little Entrepreneur.

Unhealthy: They typically have problems with allowing themselves to be close to others.

Healthy: Eights are self‐mastering – they use their strength to improve others’ lives, becoming heroic, magnanimous, and sometimes historically great.

Unconscious Childhood Message: “It’s not okay to be vulnerable or to trust anyone”.

Wake-up Call: Feeling that they must push and struggle for make things happen.
Type Eight: The Asserter
The easygoing, self‐effacing type. Nines are accepting, trusting and stable. They are good‐natured, kind‐hearted, easygoing and supportive but can also be too willing to go along with others to keep the peace. They want everything to be without conflict but can tend to be complacent and minimize anything upsetting.

As Parents: Many Nines have a knack for being able to perceive and enter the world of a child. They can provide enormous warmth and understanding. Nine‐parents may need to work on following through with their children and being able to say no. Rather than always negotiating, they need to take a definite stand and uphold a position of authority. May demand quietness, lack of demands, gentleness, and non-neediness – that their child be a Little Angel.

Unhealthy: They typically have problems with passivity and stubbornness.

Healthy: Nines are indomitable and all-embracing; they are able to bring people together and heal conflicts.

Unconscious Childhood Messages: “It’s not okay to assert yourself”.

Wake-up Call: Outwardly accommodating themselves to others.
Type Nine: The Peacemaker
Enneagram &
Archetypes


True character is developed when one is willing to sacrifice personal pleasure or safety for something more important, to stand for what is known to be true in the face of fears and rationalizations of the character fixation.
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