Holistic Enneagram Series: A Spirituality of Head, Heart, and Body
August 1 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 7:00 pm on Thursday, repeating until August 1, 2019
What would you say if I told you that you have more than one brain—that your heart and your gut both have their own intrinsic nervous systems? They have neurons that can take on information, store it, change, and adapt. Your head, heart, and gut are the components of your human mind, and the Enneagram can help you better listen to all of them. Join other women and nonbinary folks under 40 for this four-week class (July 11, 18, 25, Aug 1, Thursdays, 7-9pm) that will cover:
Triads and Resource Points
Become aware of the multiple triads and resource points in the Enneagram system that distinguish and nuance each personality type.
Ego Defense Mechanisms and Body-based Character Structure
Learn more about the defense mechanisms of each type, that acts as the “glue” that supports the personality structure. Recognize how the defense mechanisms are all based in the lead center of intelligence for that type.
Instinctual Subtypes: Self-Preservation, Sexual, Social
At first glance, there are 9 Enneagram Types, but an awareness of subtypes indicates there are three unique expressions of each of the 9 types, totaling 27 ways of moving through the world. This class can assist those who are having a hard time claiming their own type.
Deepening Spiritual Awareness
This final session is an experiential course that offers spiritual practices to transform your own type structure and help you build an inner capacity to recognize and relax your emotional passions as they arise – thus “converting vice to virtue.”
Leader: The Rev. Adrienne Koch is the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina’s Young Adult Missioner and Campus Minister for the Raleigh Area and a spiritual formation leader at Duke Divinity School. She has studied under teachers in the Narrative Tradition of the Enneagram for the last 7 years to become a spiritual director where she uses the Enneagram as a guide for spiritual transformation and renewal.
Adrienne received her B.A. in Liberal Arts from Malone University in Ohio in 2004, with concentrations in Theology, Psychology, and Communications, and completed her M.Div. with a certificate of Gender, Theology, and Ministry from Duke Divinity School. She completed a two-year non-degree Anglican program for Theological Studies at Sewanee in TN, and a chaplain residency at the VA Health Care System in Durham where she was part of a fellowship program that provided emotional intelligence simulations for medical professionals. Adrienne and her wife, Jennifer, reside in Raleigh with their son and yellow lab.
Cost: $75. Some scholarships available. Includes tuition and snacks. The workshop location at TAPC is wheelchair accessible. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any accessibility questions or needs. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.