The Enneagram-Module 5: The Enneagram and the Three Centre Growth
Knowing the Enneagram, even knowing it well, doesn't necessarily mean that we change. Changing is a process and we need more than knowlege to engage in it. Three Centred Growth is one key. Our ego, our personality, forms most strongly around our lead centre of intelligence (heart, head, body). When our "type" is running us, our lead centre is not able to flow freely, and our other centres are suppressed by its dominance. To grow, we need to be able to acces the intelligences of other centres. This may be a pre-requisite to any growth at all.
* To become aware of how our lead intelligence gets locked in when we sare stressed, and our other 2 intelligences are suppressed
* To grow in the awarenss of opening to other non-dominant intelligences
* To experience the Narrative Enneagram "panel" work
Sue Guttenstein Ph.D, is a student of the Narrative Tradition, has co-taught the Enneagram with Cynthia for several years and has used the Enneagram professionally as a psychotherapist. Her focus has been helping survivors of severe childhood trauma heal and regain their lives.
Cynthia Stevens M.DIV; CSDS, is a graduate of Tyndale Seminary and is certified as a spiritual director and supervisor. She was trained and certified in the Enneagram through the Narrative Tradition and has taught spiritual formation in various settings in Canada and overseas.
A minimum of 5 modules are required to graduate from the program, however, all six are recommended. Upon completion participants will receive a certificate of completion.